In the first year the WIAA State Boys Hockey Tournament expanded to two classes, the Baldwin-Woodville boys hockey team has earned a number one seed in one of the four Division 2 sectionals.
At a time when most teams are participating in a conference tournament, finishing off their regular season or anticipating their playoff opponent, eight teams competed this past weekend in the fourth Annual JV tournament in Baldwin - hosted by the St. Croix Valley Fusion.
With another wild turkey season complete, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources reports hunters registered 3,792 birds during the fall 2019 wild turkey season.
The Baldwin-Woodville wrestling team finished January by competing in three duals at the Jan. 31 Whitetail Shootout where it defeated Eau Claire North and Menomonie and lost to Tomah.
The Baldwin-Woodville Blackhawks suffered a tough 3-1 defeat in Amery on Jan. 30 as the Amery Warriors clinched the 2019-20 Middle Border Conference boys hockey title by defeating the defending champions.
Bazl Cook scored one goal in each period Feb. 1 to lead the Baldwin-Woodville boys' hockey team to a 9-3 home victory over Menomonie. He also tallied a third-period assist.
Baldwin-Woodville's wrestling team found itself in a tough battle Jan. 23 when it took on the red-hot Amery Warriors. In a dual that featured 10 pins, Amery came out on top, 42-32.
The St. Croix Valley Fusion matched their highest single game goal production of the season Jan. 30 in Red Wing as they defeated Red Wing, 8-1, and extended their winning streak to six games.
Wisconsin’s winter is in full swing on the snowmobile trails, making it prime time to introduce a friend or two to this family-friendly outdoor activity.
The Blackhawks boys ice hockey team recorded its second largest margin of victory this season Jan. 23 when it traveled to Siren and defeated the Webster-Siren-Frederic-Luck-Grantsburg Blizzard, 9-1.
With a 6-5 home victory over Tomah/Sparta, the Baldwin-Woodville boys ice hockey team pushed itself back over .500 heading into the final six games of the 2019-20 regular season.
The Baldwin-Woodville boys basketball team started off the second half of the Middle Border Conference season with a hard-fought 54-48 loss to St. Croix Central.
Jaden Woiwode and Amber DeLong each collected three points on Jan. 23 as the St. Croix Fusion girls ice hockey team dominated the Western Wisconsin Stars, 6-1, in River Falls.
Sydney Seeley earned her third shutout of the year as the St. Croix Valley Fusion girls hockey team blanked Chippewa Falls/Menomonie 3-0 Jan. 28 in River Falls.
Abbie DeLong’s goal at the 4 minute, 43 second mark of overtime extended the St. Croix Valley Fusion winning streak to four as it defeated North St. Paul/Tartan 4-3 Jan. 27 in River Falls.
Baldwin-Woodville's boys ice hockey team scored more goals Jan. 16 that it did in its first eight games combined as the Blackhawks scored on 40 percent of their shots and annihilated Regis/Altoona/McDonell, 19-4, in Baldwin.
A long bus trip left the Baldwin-Woodville boys basketball team flat in the early going of its Jan. 16 showdown with Spooner, but the Blackhawks bounced back to outscore the Rails 36-23 in the second half to claim a 56-42 victory.
The Baldwin-Woodville boys basketball team is now over .500 for the first time this year thanks to a 59-46 victory over Osceola Jan. 21.
Anna Jordt uncorked a 16-point, 13-rebound performance on Jan. 16 to lead the Baldwin-Woodville girls basketball team to a 46-38 upset victory over Somerset. She also contributed three steals, two assists and one-blocked shot.
Despite being outshot 36-25, the St. Croix Valley Fusion cruised to the 4-1 victory over Hudson Jan. 21 at the United Civic Center Ice Arena in Baldwin.
The St. Croix County Transit Commission met Jan. 14 and for the first time gained the perspective of what college students think of the region.
Northwest Wisconsin does not just provide recreation in the summer and if you drive past any of the area’s surrounding waters, you just might find more bodies utilizing them than during warmer months.
The New Richmond boys basketball team remained in first place in Middle Border Conference play after defeating Baldwin-Woodville 80-66 Jan. 14 in Baldwin.
While the St. Croix Valley Fusion girls ice hockey team has grown accustomed to winning, shutouts have been hard to come by. On Jan. 10, the Fusion recorded just their second shutout victory of the season when they blanked Woodbury, 3-0, extending their winning streak to three games.
Trenton Veenendaal’s goal at the 6 minute, 37 second mark in the first overtime gave the Baldwin-Woodville boys hockey team a 5-4 win over River Falls Jan. 14.
Prescott was no match for the Baldwin-Woodville wrestling team when they met Jan. 9 as the Blackhawks defeated the Cardinals by a score of 65-12 and benefited from five consecutive forfeits.
The Baldwin-Woodville wrestling team traveled to Ellsworth Jan. 11 for a Wisconsin Challenge Series tournament where it placed third of 13 teams and claimed one individual title.
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