Phil Blackwell

Sports Editor
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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

Baseball Bees fall to C-NS, then win twice

Close decisions over C.Square, McQuaid moves B'ville to 6-2

Baldwinsville’s baseball team knows that, in right-hander Cody Kaestle, it has a proven pitcher that could measure up to the vaunted aces (Pat Merryweather, Scott Blewett) of recent vintage that helped produce a state Class AA championship two seasons ago.

B’ville boys lacrosse handles Canton

Bees to make up West Genesee clash this Wednesday

Given its recent strong play, the Baldwinsville boys lacrosse team was quite eager to take another shot at unbeaten West Genesee early last week and try to avenge a 14-8 defeat to those Wildcats back on March 31 at Nottingham High School.

Softball Bees fall to Liverpool, Auburn

Run-scoring difficult against pair of top league foes

Whatever the Baldwinsville softball team may achieve against other Class AA opponents, it’s increasingly clear that, in order to grab an elusive championship, it must find a way past Liverpool.

B’ville girls lax goes 1-1, sweeps F-M

Bees see late chance slip away in loss to C-NS

In a tough 48-hour stretch, the Baldwinsville girls lacrosse team would go on the road and try to back up its no. 6 state Class A ranking in a pair of league tests, but only pass one of them.

B’ville boys track routs West Genesee

Donhauser, Kellner each win twice; girls side struggles

Each of Baldwinsville’s track and field team was at home Wednesday afternoon, dealing with the wind, cold temperatures and precipitation, as well as West Genesee, with vastly different results.

B’ville track teams sweep Tully Invitational

Wins follow season-opening league loss to C-NS

Each of Baldwinsville’s track and field teams got off to a rough start during last Wednesday’s pair of meets against Cicero-North Syracuse, but recovered in a big way three days later.

Baseball Bees start 2-1 in league play

B'ville tops Auburn, Syracuse, falls to F-M

From the experiences to the results on the field, the Baldwinsville baseball team’s trip to the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex in Florida during the school break could not have gone better. Not only did the Bees get a chance to meet up with its most famous alum, Jason Grilli, before he took over as closer of the Atlanta Braves, it also won all five games it played against foes from across the nation.

B’ville girls lax survives F-M in overtime

Bees handle Penfield, go above .500 mark

Before it could really take aim at the Class A favorites (Cicero-North Syracuse and West Genesee) that it lost to earlier this season, the Baldwinsville girls lacrosse team first had to make sure it could beat the other main large-school rivals.

B’ville boys lax outscores Syracuse, Liverpool

Bees improve to 5-3, get West Genesee on Tuesday

Though it’s gone through plenty of early-season setbacks, the Baldwinsville boys lacrosse team has also found out that, at it best, it can really give the top Class AA contenders some problems – including West Genesee, whom it hosts this Tuesday at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium.

B’ville softball gets pair of signature wins

Bees outlast West Genny in 11, shut down C-NS

Though it was a small sample size – two games – a closer examination showed that the Baldwinsville softball team just might be ready to make a championship push in both the CNY Counties League and the Section III Class AA ranks.

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