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Saturday, November 22, 2014
Sports
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Despite running the table in the regular season and advancing to the Nassau Conference I football semifinals, Baldwin, the preseason No. 8 seed, still had a lot to prove against a Massapequa team coming off a first-round upset of defending county champion Farmingdale. more
This fall, the fields at Lenox Elementary School have been packed with kids from pre-K to fifth grade who are learning the sport of soccer on the weekends. The Baldwin Eagles Soccer Club had its largest turnout in more than 20 years for its fall intramural season and Eagles’ officials say it’s been a great season so far. more
Baldwin rode into the Nassau Class AA girls’ volleyball championship round for the third time in four seasons Nov. 4 brimming with confidence after a semifinal sweep three days earlier. more
Second-seeded East Meadow and No. 3 Baldwin failed to decide a winner in an hour’s worth of regulation in a Nassau Class A field hockey semifinal game Oct. 29, but overtime lasted less than a minute. more
Baldwin’s varsity football team has played eight regular-season games this school year and has won eight times, earning the top seed in the Conference I playoffs, which begin Friday. more
Baldwin hit more than a few speed bumps on the soccer field this fall, as the Lady Bruins finished fifth in Conference AA-III (4-8-3 overall) with the top four teams advancing to the Class AA playoffs. more
Baldwin High School hosted its annual Homecoming festivities over the weekend and capped off the celebration with a huge 41-13 victory over Freeport High School on the football field last Saturday. more
While Baldwin High School football players work hard to represent their school and community well on the field, so too do dozens of other students who are there in support. Yes, band members and … more
Only three Nassau County football teams stand unbeaten with six games in the books. Two of them, defending Long Island champions Carey and Lawrence, are no big surprise, but not even Baldwin head coach Steve Carroll could’ve predicted the other. more
The sting seemed innocuous. A bee nipped Jenn Sommermann in the leg as she entered the water at the River Cities Triathlon, contested around the Cypress Black Bayou, near Shreveport, La., in August 2011. more
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