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Blackhawks named to MBC All-Conference teams (from left to right) are: Sophomore Sam Crowley - 2nd Team Outfielder, Senior Zach Bishop - 2nd Team Infielder, Senior Alex Bishop - 1st Team Outfielder, Senior Andrew Klopp 2nd Team Outfielder. Senior Robert Crowley - Honorable Mention Infielder, Sophomore Blaine Guthrie - 1st Team Catcher. Submitted photo
Blackhawks named to MBC All-Conference teams (from left to right) are: Sophomore Sam Crowley - 2nd Team Outfielder, Senior Zach Bishop - 2nd Team Infielder, Senior Alex Bishop - 1st Team Outfielder, Senior Andrew Klopp 2nd Team Outfielder. Senior Robert Crowley - Honorable Mention Infielder, Sophomore Blaine Guthrie - 1st Team Catcher. Submitted photo
Thursday, June 6, 2019 12:05 AM

BALDWIN, WI – The Middle Border Conference (MBC) has named six Baldwin-Woodville High School Blackhawk Baseball players to All-Conference honors this season.

  • MBC names six Baseball Blackhawks for 2019 All-Conference honors

    BALDWIN, WI – The Middle Border Conference (MBC) has named six Baldwin-Woodville High School Blackhawk Baseball players to All-Conference honors this season.

  • B-W Spring Athletic Program held
    BALDWIN, WI – The B-W Athletic Department held their annual Spring Sports Athletic Program for 2019.
  • Blackhawks Baseball report: Season ends in Menomonie

    BALDWIN, WI – Last Monday we played a great game in Prescott and won 1-0 in a conference battle. Collin Bensen started and earned the win by pitching 5 innings, allowing only 1 hit and no runs. Bailey Skeleton earned the save by pitching the last 2 innings and allowing no hits or runs.

  • B-WHS Girls' Soccer team finishes the regular season

    BALDWIN, WI – On Monday, May 20, the B-WHS Girls' Soccer team travelled to Amery to play the Warriors for the second time this season.   Having seen the Warriors before, we knew what to expect and felt confident we could control the game and walk away with a win.  

    The girls played excellent soccer, making connecting passes and controlling play in the midfield.
  • B-W Girls' Soccer report – New Richmond, Osceola

    BALDWIN, WI – New Richmond - The Blackhawks on Tuesday, May 14, travelled to New Richmond to play the Tigers for the second time in a week.  In the first meeting the Blackhawks held the score heavy Tigers to 4 goals.  This match would be a little more difficult as the Blackhawks tried to open up and get some offense going. 

  • B-W Girls Softball – Osceola, Hudson

    BALDWIN, WI – Osceola - The Hawks travelled to Osceola for their last conference game of the year.  B-W jumped out to an early 2-0 lead after Morgan Smetana led the game off with a double and later scored on a throwing error. 

  • Blackhawks Baseball report: SCC, Somerset, Webster, Osceola and Ellsworth

    BALDWIN, WI – On Tuesday, May 7, the Blackhawks baseball team fell to SCC 5-2 in a conference matchup. 

  • B-W Community Foundation partners with Red Cedar Special Olympics

    BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin Woodville Area Community Foundation has stepped up to partner with Red Cedar Special Olympics in promoting the Annual Special Olympics Basketball tournament. 

  • B-W Girls' Soccer report – Somerset, New Richmond and Amery at home

    BALDWIN, WI – The BWHS Blackhawks Girls' soccer team had a rough week.  The week started with a match against Somerset at home on Monday, May 6.  This would be the third match in a row without a training session in between.  This would be the second meeting between the two teams and I was hopeful for a different result.  

  • B-W Girls Softball – Somerset, Amery and New Richmond games

    BALDWIN, WI – The Hawks travelled to Somerset on Monday to take on the Spartans.  In the last meeting, the Hawks won by a score of 3-2.  This game was no different as there were multiple lead changes. 

  • B-W Girls' Soccer report – Hayward away and Ashland at Millpond

    BALDWIN, WI – On Thursday, May 2 the B-W Girls' Soccer team traveled to Hayward for their second conference match.  Hayward is always a difficult game for us and this time it was no different.  The team struggled to find a foothold on attack and found themselves putting up only one shot on goal.  

    Freshman goal keeper Olivia Chouinard had a good match holding Hayward to only 3 goals on the night.
  • Blackhawks Baseball – six games played

    BALDWIN, WI – The Blackhawks had 6 games this week and went 4-2.  The week started with a high scoring affair with a 15-14 win vs. Grantsburg.  They jumped out to a 13-2 lead early in the game and things weren’t looking good.

  • Spring Valley Education Foundation Gala was a huge success!

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The Spring Valley Education Foundation Gala was held last Saturday, May 4 at the “areas most scenic” Spring Valley Golf Course on a lovely spring afternoon. In addition to a new location the format for the Gala was also different this year.

  • B-W Girls Softball – five games in this report

    BALDWIN, WI – It was a busy week for the Baldwin-Woodville softball team.  The Hawks played five games, two conference and three non-conference.  Two of those games were at the Bloomer Tourney on Saturday.

  • Wheels, clay, and glaze, oh my!

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Becky Leland, art instructor at Spring Valley High School reported that this quarter, the Spring Valley ceramics students spent five intense weeks learning to use a pottery wheel. This is just one section of the three-section class where students start with skill building, progress to hand building, and then move on to the pottery wheel.

  • Hawks Girls Softball report – Chieftains, Panthers, Panthers

    BALDWIN, WI – The Hawks hosted the Chieftains from Osceola and it was a struggle for both teams at the plate until the 6th inning when the host Hawks took the lead.  Prior, Hawks pitcher Morgan Smetana kept the Chieftains at bay not allowing a run. 

  • B-W Girls' Soccer report – three matches

    BALDWIN, WI – The Blackhawks Girls' Soccer Team lost 2 and won 1 of the last three non-conference matches making their overall record 2-4-0.  On Good Friday, April 19, the Blackhawks hosted Menomonie on a wet and muddy Mill Pond field.  Overall the two teams matched up well sharing possession and opportunities. 

  • B-W girls softball report for games vs. Somerset, Amery and New Richmond

    BALDWIN, WI – Here is the Baldwin-Woodville girls softball team report for the three games played recently.

  • Hawks Baseball report – Team wins two, loses one

    BALDWIN, WI – The Hawks rebounded nicely this week and went 2-1.  On Tuesday, April 16, Ben Schmoker pitched a gem at Somerset to give us an 11-0 win.  He was very efficient as it only took him 64 pitches to complete the 5 innings.  He allowed just 3 hits, no walks, and struck out 3.  He also helped with his bat by going 2-2 with an RBI.  Preston Jones had a great day at the plate as well, going 2-3 with 4 RBI’s and Blaine Guthrie was 3-4. 

  • B-W Girls' Soccer report – only one game last week due to weather

    BALDWIN, WI – On Monday April 8, the Blackhawks Girls' Soccer Team hosted the Spooner Rails for the home opener at Millpond Varsity Field.  It was a beautiful day for soccer. The sun was shining, the field was in good shape and the temps were in the 60's.  The wind was howling out of the North, which would prove to be a challenge as the Blackhawks started the match defending into the wind. 

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