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

B’ville announces winter sports schedule

Hockey team looks for another run to state final

The winter sports schedule for Baldwinsville includes an ice hockey team that made it all the way to last March’s state Division I championship game. It opens against Liverpool at the Lysander Ice Arena facility the two programs share on Dec. 1. Here is the full varsity 2015-16 winter sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

Girls soccer Bees stopped in state final

Massapequa tops B'ville after semifinal win over Monroe-Woodbury

In order for the Baldwinsville girls soccer team to add a second state title to the one it earned 13 years ago, it merely had to take down the reigning two-time state champions from Massapequa.

B’ville boys volleyball drops sectional final

C-NS outlasts Bees in four sets, claims Division I championship

With their red-clad partisans growing in volume and belief, the Baldwinsville boys volleyball team moved in front of Cicero-North Syracuse early in the third set of Tuesday night’s Section III Division I final, played on the Northstars’ home court.

Staso leads B’ville swimmers at sectional meet

Baldwinsville girls swimmer Noelle Staso had second and third-place finishes in two different races to lead the Baldwinsville girls swim team during last Friday’s Section III Class A championship meet at Nottingham High School.

B’ville freshman runs to state meet

Holden-Betts reaches top 10; boys Bees finish third at sectionals

A season full of accomplishments for Baldwinsville cross country freshman Justus Holden-Betts will culminate with an appearance at this Saturday’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association championship meet at Monroe-Woodbury.

Volleyball Bees head to sectional finals

Girls sweep West Genny; boys roll past F-M

When they decide the Section III Class AA volleyball championships Tuesday night at the Cicero-North Syracuse High School gymnasium, Baldwinsville is once again, aiming for a sweep to match what it pulled off in 2014.

Bees blast Niskayuna, reach state final four

Second-half surge avenges earlier loss to Silver Warriors

Baldwinsville's girls soccer team did not require any extra motivation with a berth in the state Class AA final four on the line - but Niskayuna provided it just by serving as the opposition for Saturday's regional championship game at Stillwater High School.

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Boys Bees stopped in final by C-NS

Northstars top B'ville 2-0 for first sectional AA title since '06

Had the Baldwinsville boys soccer team risen up and beaten Cicero-North Syracuse in Monday night’s Section III Class AA final at Fulton, it would have meant a seventh sectional title in nine years – and the most unlikely championship of that entire run.

Field hockey Bees share sectional title

B'ville falls in shootout to F-M after 2-2 battle

For the first time in five years, the Baldwinsville field hockey team holds a Section III Class A title. Yet the Bees wanted to take it further, engaging top seed Fayetteville-Manlius in a spirited battle on the Hornets' home turf in Sunday's sectional final that ended, 2-2, before a shoot-out victory allowed the Hornets to advance to the state tournament.

Reisinger goes 4-1 at state tournament

B'ville tennis star wins in consolation bracket after first-round defeat

An extraordinary high school tennis career put together by Baldwinsville’s Kahlei Reisinger would culminate last weekend in her fourth and final quest to bring home the New York State Public High School Athletic Association singles championship.

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