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Phil Blackwell

Sports Editor
315-434-8889 Ext: 348

Phil Blackwell has been sports editor of Eagle Newspapers since 1998 and is the co-host of the Inside High School Sports show, Saturday mornings from 10 to 11 a.m. on ESPN Radio 97.7 and 100.1.

He can be reached at pblackwell@eaglenewsonline.com.

Recent Stories

B’ville swimmers go 1-0-1, tie CBA

Johnson, Atkinson lead Bees to win over Skaneateles

It’s rare to see any high school girls swim meet end in a tie, but that’s what Baldwinsville went through during its recent meet against Christian Brothers Academy.

B’ville girls soccer improves to 13-3

Late surge gets Bees no. 2 AA playoff seed

Evidence from the last week of the regular season seemed to confirm that Baldwinsville’s girls soccer team had picked up confidence from pushing defending Cicero-North Syracuse to the wire in their 3-2 thriller on Oct. 9.

Boys soccer Bees drop last-minute decision to F-M

B'ville still has no. 3 seed for AA title defense

While the Baldwnisville boys soccer team could yet spoil the championship dreams of Fayetteville-Manlius again, it could not keep them from closing out an undefeated regular season in the most dramatic way possible.

B’ville volleyball teams stay in first place

Girls Bees earn sweeps; boys fight off C-NS

Back from a weekend full of work (in a tournament at John Glenn High School on Long Island) and fun (time spent in New York City), the Baldwinsville girls volleyball team resumed the usual business of romping past its CNY Counties League opposition.

B’ville field hockey gains pair of lopsided wins

Bees, as no. 2 seed, meets Liverpool in Class A semis

Knowing that it would appear in the Section III Class A playoffs, the Baldwinsville field hockey team could use its last week of the regular season as a chance to work on all kinds of things in game action against a trio of foes.

Cross country Bees sweep at Chittenango Invitational

Ludden, Kellner are leading runners for B'ville

With two weeks to go before the Section III Class A championship meet at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill, each of Baldwinsville’s cross country teams wanted to build up some momentum.

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Bees survive C-NS rally, move to 6-1

B'ville to host CBA in sectional playoff opener

No one on the Baldwinsville football team wanted Friday night's regular-season finale against Cicero-North Syracuse to be the last appearance at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium this fall. Yet the Bees were in danger of seeing that opportunity slip away in the fourth quarter, and required a pair of clutch defensive stops to hang on and beat the Northstars 21-20.

B’ville tennis drops sectional final to F-M

Bees fall, 4-3, after Reisinger wins Division I singles title

Just one more game claimed here, or there, and the Baldwinsville girls tennis team would have ended the 21-year reign of Fayetteville-Manlius as Section III Class A champions.

Lathrop, Kellner lead Bees runners at Manhattan meet

B'ville performs well after sweeping past C-NS

Having already swept Cicero-North Syracue in CNY Counties League competition during last week’s action, both of Baldwinsville’s cross country teams made their way to Saturday’s Manhattan Invitational to take on more elite competition.

B’ville volleyball sides roll to league wins

Boys Bees roll until defeat to Rochester McQuaid

Even with the occasional blemishes, the Baldwinsville girls volleyball team still is the favorite in Section III Class AA play because its quality of play rarely wavers, regardless of an opponents’ caliber.

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