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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

Bees roll to sectional AA wrestling title

Lewis, Pond, Sutphen, Bowen, Spicer each finish first

One of the Baldwinsville wrestling team’s primary motivating factor this winter was the memory of dropping last season’s Section III Class AA tournament on its home mats to Liverpool by the margin of a single point.

Girls Bees topple F-M in overtime

B'ville builds momentum before sectional playoffs

At least the Baldwinsville girls basketball team knows that, whatever else happens now and in the upcoming Section III Class AA playoffs, it will have put together another winning season and shown that it can improve enough to reverse earlier poor results.

B’ville boys puts scare into Corcoran

Bees unable to get past Cougars, F-M

With the conclusion of its season at hand, the Baldwinsville boys basketball team wanted to spring at least one surprise to give itself momentum for the future.

Boys Bees take third at league meet

Girls see Couchman, Straughter win field events

With first-place finishes on both sides, the Baldwinsville indoor track and field teams found some measure of success when they went to SRC Arena for Wednesday night’s CNY Counties League National division championships.

Hockey Bees rally, tie West Genesee

Third-period comeback erases two-goal deficit

When the Baldwinsville ice hockey team skated off at the conclusion of the second period of Tuesday night's showdown with West Genesee at Lysander Arena, it was starting at a second consecutive shutout defeat to the rival it dethroned as Section III Division I champions one year earlier.

Boys Bees roar to Arcaro meet title

Delola, Donhauser, Keegan each win races for B'ville

Though it had to wait nearly two weeks, the Baldwinsville boys indoor track and field team proudly accepted top honors in a CNY Indoor Track Association meet named for a Bees legend.

B’ville girls go 1-1, beat Nottingham

Boys Bees also split pair of games

When the Baldwinsville girls basketball team took its second shot at the reigning power of Cicero-North Syracuse last Monday night, it ended just as the first meeting did at home earlier this season.

Wrestling Bees defeat Canastota

B'ville looks ahead to sectional AA meet at Liverpool

With a CNY Counties League regular-season championship already secure, the Baldwinsville wrestling team will make the short trip to Liverpool this Saturday to try and sweep its way to the Section III Class AA title.

B’ville hockey win streak ended by Ithaca

Bees drop game ahead of West Genny showdown

It all seemed to be falling into place for the Baldwinsville ice hockey team, riding a nine-game win streak and poised to extend that string to double digits before state no. 2-ranked West Genesee makes its highly-anticipated visit to Lysander Arena Tuesday night.

Boys swimming Bees handle Syracuse

B'ville improves to 7-1 as regular season winds down

With one more chance to perform in front of a home crowd at the Baker High School pool, the Baldwinsville boys swim team handled it well, dominating all of the early races and piling up points to beat Syracuse 51-36 last Wednesday night.

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