For the first year, the Baldwin-Woodville Football Program hosted a youth football camp for 1st through 8th graders in the beginning of August. Overall, 152 kids registered to join the camp and made for a fun community building experience.
The Striker’s Lanes Fastpitch team took the top spot out of 11 teams in the Minnesota Class A Men’s State Fastpitch Tournament August 3 & 4 held in Mankato, MN.
Three Baldwin-Woodville 12U baseball players were selected by their coaches to play in the 12AA August Classic All-Star Games, played July 31 – August 4 at King Park in Lakeville, MN. Their team was comprised of 13 players from Menomonie, New Richmond, Hudson, and Baldwin-Woodville, coached …
The Baldwin-Woodville 6th grade traveling volleyball team participated in a 32 team League Championship Tournament on May 18th. They ended up placing 2nd with a record of 5-1, with their only loss being to Hudson in the Championship game. Pictured front row: Sara Groskreutz, Hailey Schaitel…
The Baldwin-Woodville Hawks were recently selected to host Minnesota Softball’s Tier 3 State Softball tournament for both 10U and 12U at Millpond Park the weekend of July 13th and 14th. The Hawks youth softball program participates in the TriCounty Fastpitch league, which is based out of Mi…
It was a busy weekend at Millpond Park with the BWYBA playing host to twenty four 14U and 16U softball teams in the Millpond Madness Tournament on June 15th and 16th.
The 12U Baldwin-Woodville Hawks traveling softball team went undefeated the weekend of June 7th and 8th, winning the 24-team Shamrock Showdown tournament at Erickson Park in Rosemount, MN. Winning the tournament also secured them berths to the Monsta Tournament and USA Softball Northern Nationals.
The BW 10U Hawks traveling softball team took second place in the Silver division during their home tournament June 1st and 2nd and earned berths to the USA Nationals and NAFA National tournaments in the process. Congratulations girls!
The Blackhawks girls’ soccer program wrapped up the 2019 regular season on May 23 with a 1-0 road win over Barron-Cumberland to improve its record to 3-12.
The Baldwin-Woodville girls soccer squad produced three all-Middle Border Conference players in the 2019 season. Senior Jordan Drilling was a first team selection while junior Montana Peterson earned second team honors. Junior Megan Hietala received honorable mention.
Baldwin-Woodville’s Dane Adams earned a 12th-place finish in the boys 100-meter dash over the weekend at the WIAA Division 2 State Track and Field Championships in La Crosse.
Last Monday The Baldwin-Woodville baseball team 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 Skelton earned the save by pitching the last 2 innings and allowing no h…
The Baldwin-Woodville boys’ golf team earned a spot a sectionals with a third-place team finish at the WIAA Division 2 regional held at Somerset’s par 72 Bristol Ridge Course.
Baldwin-Woodville’s No. 1 doubles tennis team of Zach Nilssen and Sam Brock had to work hard for it, but they earned a trip to the May 22 sectional tournament with a 7-5, 6-4 victory over Amery’s Ethan Mork and Kenny Lepak at the May 20 Subsectional tournament in Baldwin.
Monday, the Hawks hosted La Crosse Logan in the WIAA Division 2 Regional Semi-Final. The Rangers jumped out to an early two run lead before the Hawks cut into the lead with one run of their own in the bottom of the 1st. Morgan Smetana led off with a single to left and Lexie Klatt moved her o…
Baldwin-Woodville’s boys’ and girls’ track and field teams both placed seventh at the 2019 Middle Border Conference Championships on May 4 at St. Croix Central.
Tuesday, May 7 the Blackhawks baseball team fell to SCC 5-2 in a conference matchup. Alex Bishop battled on the mound giving up only three runs on nine hits, one walk, and struck out three, but got the loss. Collin Bensen also pitched well in relief allowing two runs on two hits, three wal…
May 7 was another tough day for the Baldwin Woodville girls soccer team despite playing well. Hosting New Richmond, who entered the contest outscoring its opponents, 46-1, the Blackhawks utilized a defensive strategy to hold the Tigers to just one first half goal and three second half goals …
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. The Hawks took an early 1-0 lead when Morgan Smetana scored on a base hit by Kate Groskreutz. The score was…
The Blackhawks had six 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. Blaine Guthrie then came in for his Varsity pitching debut and settled things…
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 at the Bloomer Tourney on Saturday.
On Friday, June 22 the Baldwin-Woodville Blackhawks 12U AAA baseball team headed to Marshfield to play in the Wisconsin Small Town State Tournament. The boys were excited to play ball against teams they haven't played before.
The Lakeville Fastpitch Softball Association in partnership with Youth 1st, Federated Insurance, Jostens, Pearson, Cashwise, Bennerotte & Associates, Jaguar Communications, The Retrofit Companies, US Bank, Plaza Morena, Great River Energy and the Minnesota Twins Community Fund have selec…
The Baldwin-Woodville Buzz Legion baseball team won both games of a double header against Chippewa Falls on Tuesday, June 12. The Buzz won the first game 10-9 and the second 9-4.
Five teams from the B-W Bassers and one youth team from Baldwin fished the Wisconsin High School State and JR B.A.S.S Tournaments the past weekend in Chetek.
MADISON - Following a 30-day application period and a great deal of anticipation, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources staff conducted the random drawing for four lucky residents who will participate in the first managed elk hunting season in state history.
Seven years ago Baldwin-Woodville alumni Paige Weiske sent her team to state with a walk-off homerun against Rice Lake. Now, she’s experiencing heading back, in a new perspective. The Thorp Cardinals earned their ticket Thursday evening, May 31 by defeating the Grantsburg Pirates 13-6. Weisk…
The Baldwin-Woodville baseball team faced Ellsworth in their first WIAA Division 2 tournament game but after a good start the Hawks had a rough sixth inning and Ellsworth went on to win 9-3.
The Baldwin-Woodville softball team beat MBC nemisis Ellsworth 12-2 in a sectional semi-final game on Tuesday, May 29 before losing in the sectional final on Thursday to Mosinee by the narrow margin of 2-1.
The St. Croix Central baseball team ended the regular season with an 11-0 win over Amery on Tuesday. On Thursday they were knocked out of the WIAA playoffs by Ellsworth 15-5.
In two matches in their final week of regular season play the Baldwin-Woodville soccer team fell to Somerset 8-2 on Monday, May 21 and then tied Amery 3-3 on Thursday.
The Baldwin-Woodville baseball team tied for second place in the Middle Border Conference with a 4-3 record. The Hawks were tied with Prescott and Ellsworth and the top team in the MBC was New Richmond.
After winning their final regular season softball game 8-3 over Middle Border Conference champion Prescott on Monday, May 21, the Baldwin-Woodville softball team faced Osceola in the second round of WIAA tournament play on Wednesday, May 23 and won by a 7-1 margin.
- Root Beer Float Day supports community and veterans
- Plantation Trail Benefits from Eagle Scout Project
- ‘Stuff the Bus’ event helps students and teachers breathe easier
- Baldwin Police Department participating in ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’
- St. Croix County 4-H softball tournament
- Baldwin’s first Youth Football Camp is a hit
- Nilssen’s annual golf outing a success
- Back to school already? kindergartners get a ‘Jump-Start’ on the school year