The Baldwin-Woodville boys soccer team had two players on the Middle Border Conference teams.
The Baldwin-Woodville girls tennis team had one single and two doubles teams advance to the Sectionals on Oct. 7 with the hope of advancing at least one of them to the State Tournament this week.
It all came together for the 14U Baldwin-Woodville Hawks fastpitch softball team on Sunday, September 27th. They participated in the 14U Tier 4 Minnesota State Softball Tournament in Shakopee, MN. The team defeated Crow River (8-1), East Ridge Gold (7-2), and STMA (6-3) to make it to the cha…
The BW Hawks 12U Fastpitch team took second place in the MN Softball Tier 4 Fall State Tournament held September 27th at Millpond Park. The team held on to the victory in the first round against the Faribault Fury 13-11. The bats came alive in the second round when they defeated Oakdale 21-0…
Last week was a good one for the Baldwin-Woodville volleyball team. The Blackhawks picked up two Middle Border Conference wins over Ellsworth and St. Croix Central.
Bekah Luckwaldt’s sixth place finish led the Baldwin-Woodville girls cross country team to a fifth place finish at the Somerset Invitational Sept. 10.
Senior Night for the Baldwin-Woodville girls tennis team was a successful one as the Blackhawks routed Mondovi 6-1 on Sept. 10 for its second conference win.
The 14U Hawks Fastpitch team is finally back in action! The weekend of June 27-28, they traveled to Mondovi, WI for the Mondovi Stars and Strikes tournament. They were undefeated for the weekend, including an exciting extra-innings win in the championship game. To-date, their record is 7-1. …
Wisconsin artists have until July 15 to submit artwork for the 2021 Wild Turkey, Pheasant and Waterfowl Stamp design contests. Entries must be received or postmarked by July 15, 2020, and judging will take place in a closed session on July 30.
The application period for the 2021 bear hunting season will open July 1 after the successful completion of legislative review. The application deadline remains Dec. 10, 2020.
Following a three-month application period, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources randomly drew four lucky Wisconsin residents who will have the opportunity to participate in the 2020 elk hunting season.
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