The St. Croix Fusion girls' ice hockey team found itself in its toughest battle to date Nov. 30 in Baldwin as they edged the Bay Area Ice Bears, 3-2.
The third time was the charm for the St. Croix Valley Fusion girls' ice hockey team. After giving up one goal in each of their first two games, the Fusion (3-0) finally picked up their first shutout Nov. 29 when they defeated Black River Falls, 4-0, at home.
Fueled by a season opening road win over Princeton, the St. Croix Valley Fusion girls ice hockey team returned home to the United Civic Center Ice Arena in Baldwin Nov. 27 to take out the Western Wisconsin Stars, 4-1.
The St. Croix Central FFA Trapshooting team won their conference title for the 2019 Fall season of the Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League. This is the fourth time the SCC FFA Trap Team has captured the conference title since the team started in 2014.
Preliminary data from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources shows hunters harvested 3,648 bears during the 2019 Wisconsin black bear season, nearly equal to the 3,680 reported in 2018.
The 2019 Wisconsin deer hunting season is underway, and the Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters who harvest adult deer to test them for chronic wasting disease.
The Baldwin-Woodville boys soccer team saw its season end Oct. 24 as they fell 2-1 in overtime to the No. 3 seeded Unity/St. Croix Falls in Division 3 playoff action.
Baldwin-Woodville sophomore Bekah Luckwaldt earned a Middle Border Conference all-conference selection in cross country by finishing 12th at the conference meet Oct. 17 in Somerset. Luckwaldt posted a time of 21 minutes, 12.2 seconds. B-W coach Zack Ambrose explained after a strong track sea…
The Baldwin-Woodville football team had a memorable 2019 Middle Border Conference season as it claimed a share of the championship for the first time since 2010.
Baldwin-Woodville sophomore Angela Nilssen was named to the second team Middle Border All-Conference in volleyball. Nilssen was one of five sophomores named to the three teams and the only Blackhawk selected. “She is very deserving of the recognition,” said coach Shannon Kamm. Nilssen finish…
The Baldwin-Woodville football team finished the 2018 season with a 5-4 record and earned one win in the WIAA playoffs despite being decimated with injuries.
Baldwin-Woodville sophomore Bekah Luckwaldt paced the Blackhawks’ girls cross country team Oct. 17 at the Middle Border Conference meet in Somerset, earning 12th place individually with a time of 21:12.2. Overall, the Blackhawks were seventh in the team standings.
Dale Jensen ‘69, was inducted into the Luther College Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, Oct. 5, as part of the Luther College Homecoming weekend.
Baldwin-Woodville’s No. 1 doubles team of senior captains Libby Whirry and Jessica Jarvis competed at the WIAA Division 2 State Tennis Championships in Madison Thursday and Friday and made it to the second round with a come-from behind victory over Greta Corcoran and Grace Henes of McFarland…
The Middle Border Conference Champion Baldwin-Woodville Blackhawks football team earned a No. 2 seed in the WIAA Division 4 playoffs and will host seventh seeded Black River Falls Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. in Level 1 play.
The puzzle pieces to the Middle Border Conference championship just fell a little closer to being in place for the Baldwin-Woodville football team Friday night as the Blackhawks picked up a 30-0 road victory over Prescott. Meanwhile, Osceola upset the only conference team to have beaten B-W …
A lot is riding on Baldwin-Woodville's final regular season football game this Friday at home. The Blackhawks (6-2) take on the Somerset Spartans (3-5) in a game in which a win will clinch at least a share of the Middle Border Conference title and have a significant impact on seeding for the…
Five Blackhawk tennis players made the trip to Eau Claire on Thursday to participate in the WIAA Division 2 Regis Sectional at The Menards Tennis Center. All five faced stiff competition and three saw their seasons come to a close.
Prescott and St. Croix Central’s girls golf teams earned the right to compete at the 2019 WIAA State Championships as the No. 1 and 2 sectional finishers Oct. 8 at Pheasant Hills. The meet, hosted by Baldwin-Woodville featured just one Blackhawk golfer in Lezlie Weyer.
The Baldwin-Woodville cross country teams traveled to Amery on Oct. 8 to participate in the 13-team Amery Invite. The girls’ squad placed seventh while the boys were 12th.
The 2019 Middle Border Conference tennis tournament was an unusual one. Beginning on Tuesday, the tournament was rained out midway through and ended up taking three days to complete.
Baldwin-Woodville’s girls golf team participated in the Middle Border Conference Tournament in Ellsworth on Sept. 25 and placed sixth with a score of 444. It also left the Blackhawks in sixth place in the final season standings.
The Baldwin-Woodville Hawks 14U Fall Softball Team had a very successful season. They carried a 5-3 record into the Tier 2 State Tournament, where they went 4-0 to win the championship on a very cold and wet day!
The Baldwin-Woodville football team made a triumphant return to King Field after a month away, much to the delight of its homecoming spectators Friday night. The Blackhawks (4-1, 3-0 MBC) defeated Middle Border Conference rival Osceola, 35-7, in a dominant come-from-behind win to remain the …
The Baldwin-Woodville cross country teams endured slick, muddy conditions Saturday morning Osceola and came home with a fifth-place girls team finish and ninth-place boys team finish in the 11 team field. This was their second race in less than four days.
The Blackhawk Volleyball Varsity team has had a good start to the season. We started off the season with our Onalaska tournament taking first in the bronze bracket. The first day was full of competition against Richland Center, Onalaska, Iowa Grant, Westby, and Cumberland. Even though we did…
A fast start was all Baldwin-Woodville’s football team needed to gain control and put away the Amery Warriors on Friday night. The Blackhawks (2-1) fired on all cylinders, scoring five first quarter touchdowns and building a 51-0 lead by 7 and a half minutes into the second quarter, which pr…
Labor Day weekend meant a trip to Marshfield for the Baldwin-Woodville cross country teams as they competed in the Catholic-Columbus Invite. The girls claimed seventh place among 13 teams while the boys were 14th of 16 teams.
Fueled by a big double overtime win over Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau on Friday, Baldwin-Woodville’s football team now switches gears to Middle Border Conference play. On Sept. 6, the Blackhawks travel to Amery to face the Warriors, who have struggled in their first two non-conference games agai…
In its second tournament of the week, Baldwin-Woodville's girls tennis team traveled to the Altoona Invitational on Thursday and Friday, Aug. 22-23, to take on Altoona, East Troy, West Salem, Ashland and Chippewa Falls and came away with one win and four losses.
The St. Croix Central FFA Trapshooting Team placed 14th and was the top scoring team-representing Wisconsin at the USA High School Clay Target League National Tournament held in Michigan this summer.
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.
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