Skipworth earns four TD's for state-ranked Bees
September ends with the Baldwinsville football team sporting a perfect 4-0 mark, a strong ground attack and a stronger defense - which put together, means it can make a legitimate championship push. The state Class AA no. 20-ranked Bees made it four in a row Friday night as part of Homecoming festivities at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium, steadily pulling away from Fayetteville-Manlius in a 39-6 decision that featured another star turn from senior Cameron Skipworth.
Bees beats Syracuse, falls short against West Genny
By splitting two meets in a 48-hour span, the Baldwinsville girls swim team would stay at the .500 mark, taking a 3-3 record into October.
Bees claim two points in both singles, doubles matches
All season long, the Baldwinsville girls tennis team had looked for a signature win, nearly getting it twice in one-point defeats to long-time powerhouse Fayetteville-Manlius.
Bees record high finishes, sweep league foes
This year marked the 63rd time that cross country runners made it to Baldwinsville for its annual late-September meet, which featured 44 boys and 34 girls sides.
Wins over West Genny, C. Square help cushion loss to Warriors
Injuries and inconsistency have caught up to the Baldwinsville boys soccer team – though it’s still something the reigning Section III Class AA champions can recover from with more than half the regular-season schedule remaining.
Bees cannot match West Genesee victory over Hornets
By 12 days, the Baldwinsville girls tennis team missed its chance at the history books. Many different times, the Bees had come close to stopping the Fayetteville-Manlius win streak that, ultimately, stretched out to 21 seasons and 329 consecutive matches.
Girls sweep F-M, C-NS; boys roll through Syracuse, J-D
Each fall, the question around the Baldwinsville girls volleyball team is not about the victories, which accumulate with clockwork regularity, but whether anyone will pick a set off them in a particular best-of-five match.
36-point first half helps B'ville stay undefeated
Both its 2-0 start, and the way it got to that point, helped the Baldwinsville football team gain a spot in the first state Class AA rankings of the season, and it might stay there for a while. The Bees improved to 3-0 on the season Friday night, when it breezed past Fowler 49-6 on the turf at Corcoran High School, mostly on the strength of a first half where it scored 36 unanswered points.
Johnson, Staso each win two races for Bees
Improving to 2-2 on the season, the Baldwinsville girls swim team made the trip to Mexico Wednesday night and, with Noelle Staso and Amanda Johnson each winning a pair of races, roared to a 103-71 victory over the Tigers.
Nov. 21 game part of Crunch's Dome Classic weekend
Baldwinsville and Cicero-North Syracuse will have the high honor and distinct privilege of playing the first-ever high school ice hockey game in the Carrier Dome. It was announced Tuesday that the Northstars and Bees will face each other Nov. 21 at 6 p.m. as the kickoff event of the Toyota Frozen Dome Classic that culminates with the Syracuse Crunch's showdown with the Utica Comets the following evening.
Bees suffer first blemish after blazing to 3-0 start
It took a few games before the Baldwinsville field hockey team tested itself on a turf field, but by that point it had gained all sorts of confidence and momentum from its fast start.
Staso wins 200, 500 free against Maroons, J-D
As the competition gets tougher, the Baldwinsville girls swim team is meeting it head-on, even if it isn’t always reflected in the win column.
Bees's wins follow defeats to Liverpool, F-M
It proved an interesting week for the Baldwinsville cross country teams, who learned plenty from facing up against the top teams in the state and then taking a turn on the course that will host the Section III championships later this fall.
Second-quarter surge delivers B'ville past Wildcats
Though it wasn't like the Baldwinsville football team had disappeared from the short list of serious Section III Class AA title contenders, some had wondered if it had what it took to climb back to the top of the ladder. They may have stopped wondering after Friday night's game at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium, where the Bees, making all the crucial plays on both sides of the ball, put West Genesee away with 30 first-half points, eventually earning a 36-7 victory over the Wildcats.
Goal late in first half difference in 1-0 defeat
Action among the top teams in Section III Class AA girls soccer figures to be close and tense all season, something that Baldwinsville already knows.