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BALDWIN, WI – The Hawks were challenged by the Prescott Cardinals and the Ellsworth Panthers last week. The Hawks split with the Cardinals in back to back games last Thursday 0 – 1 and Friday 6 - 4. The Hawks lost a heart breaker of a close game 1 -3 against the Panthers at Mill Pond Park on Monday, May 22, 2017

This is the report for those three games. As of press time the Hawks, a #1 seed in the WIAA tournament, will host the winner of Amery/Black River Falls on Wednesday, May 24 at Millpond Park. We have our fingers and toes crossed for the Hawks to go on to the WIAA tournament on Friday, May 26. GO HAWKS!

  • BALDWIN, WI – The Hawks were challenged by the Prescott Cardinals and the Ellsworth Panthers last week. The Hawks split with the Cardinals in back to back games last Thursday 0 – 1 and Friday 6 - 4. The Hawks lost a heart breaker of a close game 1 -3 against the Panthers at Mill Pond Park on Monday, May 22, 2017

    This is the report for those three games. As of press time the Hawks, a #1 seed in the WIAA tournament, will host the winner of Amery/Black River Falls on Wednesday, May 24 at Millpond Park. We have our fingers and toes crossed for the Hawks to go on to the WIAA tournament on Friday, May 26. GO HAWKS!

  • Leah Helgeson selected as one of 383 ‘exemplary soloists’

    WAUNAKEE, WI – Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) proudly announces the 383 middle school and high school musicians identified by adjudicators as “exemplary soloists” in their State Solo & Ensemble performance at one of 10 university locations on either April 29, May 5 or May 6.

  • Greenfield second grade tours Western Wisconsin Health

    BALDWIN, WI -- Western Wisconsin Health hosted tours for the second grade classes at Greenfield Elementary School on Wednesday, May 3.

  • BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville softball team dominated the competition in their last four games with good pitching, fielding and powerful batting.

    On Tuesday, May 9, 2017, the Hawks traveled to New Richmond where Kayla Furrer pitched the full game for the win, Hawks 7, Tigers 1. Last Thursday, May 11 the Hawks got revenge over the Osceola Chieftains with a 12 – 2 victory at home where Furrer pitched a full five innings to notch another win. Then on Friday, May 12 in a double-header match-up at Mill Pond Park in Baldwin with the St. Croix Central (SCC) the Hawks bats exploded for two blowouts. It was 25 – 0 in game one and 15 – 0 in the second to send the Panthers away without a scratch against the mighty Hawks!

  • Greenfield 2nd graders hold ‘We Are Hatching Poetry’ Poetry Read

    BALDWIN, WI -- Mrs. Rasmussen’s 2nd graders held a Poetry Read titled “We Are Hatching Poetry” on Tuesday, April 25, 2017.  April is National Poetry Month so the second graders were busy creating five poems this month: concrete, sensory, cinquain, acrostic and a haiku. 

  • Earth/Arbor Day Scavenger Tree Hunt prizes awarded

    WOODVILLE-BALDWIN, WI -- In celebration of Earth Day (Apr. 22) and Arbor Day (Apr. 28), the Botany Belles and Beaus Garden Club offered you the opportunity to take a walk and explore your neighborhood with a scavenger tree hunt.   The goal was to find 10 tree related items, document them, and possibly win a prize, which have now been awarded. 

  • BALDWIN, WI – The Hawks softball team has been competing hard over the last week and a half with big wins on the road at Somerset and Amery. In last Saturday’s Bloomer Tourney it was stiffer competition with two tough back-to-back games with a loss in each, first to the Rice Lake Warriors and in the second match against Stratford the Hawks forced the game into extra innings then losing a close one. Here are the recaps of the four games:

  • Six VMS 8th grade history students compete at State NHD

    WOODVILLE, WI -- Viking Middle School (VMS) had 42 8th grade history students compete in the Regional National History Day competition at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire on Thursday March 16, 2017. Of those forty-two, six VMS students qualified for State competition with their projects.

  • Hawks softball earns two big wins with smokin’ bats

    BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville softball team continues their winning ways earning two more big wins in their dominating 2017 season.

  • B-W Hawks softball team wins three of the last four games

    BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville softball team continues to win and win decisively in their 2017 season, but they did face their first conference loss of the season to Osceola 6-7 at Osceola. The girls have won three of their last four games in a row now over the last week at home.

  • BALDWIN, WI – Baldwin-Woodville’s gym is decorated with rustic wooden gates, gleaming butterflies, and more flowers than you can count.

    It is a peaceful garden with hints of romance and sparkle. Junior Prom is April 29 at 7:00 p.m. This year’s theme is “Enchanted Garden”. Prom is sure to be a blast for anyone who is a part of it. We welcome the community to come and watch the grand march at 10:00 p.m.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - Home cooking at it’s best. The Spring Valley golf team took first place behind the top finisher in junior Tyler Leach.

    Leach finished the 9-hole event with a score of 36 to lead the Cardinals and senior Zach Boisen was just a few strokes back in a tie for second place with TJ Tulip of Durand with a score of 40.

  • BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville softball Hawks had home three games over the last week or so. The Hawks had their first taste of defeat fed to them by Hudson on Tuesday, April 11, 2017, but they came back stronger than ever over Somerset on Thursday, April 13 and continued their winning ways against Amery at home on Tuesday, April 18.

    Hudson at home
    The Hudson Raiders jumped out to an early lead against the Hawks in the 1st inning with two singles and a three run homer by their clean-up hitter. 
  • Greenfield's Destination Imagination team, takes First at State

    STEVENS POINT, WI - On April 8, 2017 over 250 teams from around the state gathered in Stevens Point to compete in the Wisconsin State Destination Imagination tournament.

  • On April 23 (Sunday) at 1 p.m. the SOS (Students Offering Support) group at Baldwin-Woodville High School is hosting a COLOR DASH. The event is a 5K course where participants can walk or run and colors will be thrown at them. The event costs $30, which included a shirt and color kit.

    There will be music, food, and fun throughout the event. The proceeds will help the SOS group as well as the St Croix County Suicide Prevention Task Force.

  • Hawks softball team continues to win, win, win!

    BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville softball Hawks continue to win against all comers this season by wide margins both home and away.

  • Five B-W DI Teams Advance to State Tournament

    On March 18th, Baldwin-Woodville hosted the 2017 Regional Destination Imagination tournament at BWHS. 77 teams from the St. Croix Valley Region presented their solutions to Challenges they had been working on for the past 2-4 months.

  • Baldwin-Woodville High School Band Beats

    BALDWIN, WI -- It has been a while since we have written a Band Beats article. It isn’t that it has been a slow winter! It has been a very busy one. In mid-November, Winter Drumline began practicing for this year’s show Allegiant. Practice is most Saturday’s from 10am-6pm and Monday’s from 6-9pm. In December, the concert band and choir performed their annual Holiday Concert. There have been many students also involved in Honors Band, Solo & Ensemble, Pep Band, and Jazz Band.

  • BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville High School softball team crushed the visitors from Menomonie with some hot bats and good pitching last Friday to close out the month of March at Millpond Park for their second win of the 2017 season. They shut out the visiting Mustangs from the east 10 – 0.

    B-W pitcher Kayla Furrer picked up the big win for the Hawks after 5 innings.

  • Hawks softball team wins close opener at Elk Mound

    BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville High School softball team picked up a close 3-2 win for the season opener away against Elk Mound on Tuesday night, March 28, 2017.

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