BW Baseball had a busy start to the season by playing 6 games in six days. On Thursday, 4/29 the Blackhawks opened the season in Altoona. Coach Haney said, “because of not playing last year and the lack of a scrimmage this year, we played it like one, and used 7 pitchers. Each one threw for …
Claire Stein and Rollie Rieck threw out the ceremonial first pitches on the new Baldwin-Woodville Baseball Turf Field. Baldwin-Woodville Director of Athletics, Jason Sell, delivered the following words,
MADISON, Wis. – Youth hunters can experience the excitement of Wisconsin turkey hunting with family before the regular season begins. The 2021 youth turkey hunt runs April 17-18, before the statewide turkey opener for period A on April 21.
It has been said life is like a bowling alley, once you take a risk and release the ball, you never know what you are going to strike. Goals are not always meant to be reached, they simply serves as something to aim at. Life lessons, giggles and learning about the actual sport of bowling are…
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reminds hunters that the application period for the 2021 elk hunt is open through May 31 for the chance to draw a hunt of a lifetime.
The Somerset girls basketball team defeated the Baldwin-Woodville girls basketball team 56-48 Feb. 12 in the second round of the WIAA Division 2 regionals, ending the Blackhawks’ season.
The Baldwin-Woodville wrestling team claimed four first place championships at a Division 2 regional and advanced nine to the sectional meet this weekend in Neillsville.
Last week the Middle Border Conference announced the names of wrestlers who have been selected as All Conference. The Amery Warriors have taken the title of team conference champions. The Most Valuable Wrestler will be determined at the State Wrestling Tournament.
Destinee Rose-Haas is just a small town girl who is rocking the college track and field world. The 2017 Baldwin-Woodville High School graduate is competing as part of the University of North Dakota track and field team. Once a Hawk, always a Hawk. This former Blackhawk is now a Fighting Hawk…
The first time Baldwin-Woodville and St. Croix Central boys basketball teams played this season, the conference leading Panthers only defeated B-W by four points, giving the Blackhawks some momentum heading into the rematch Jan. 22.
Dylan Karau was the only Baldwin-Woodville boys basketball player in double figures as the Blackhawks fell 58-45 to Turtle Lake Dec. 22 in non conference action.
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