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Baker University Sports
September 20, 2000
Rough times hopefully over for Baldwin High volleyball
September 20, 2000
Baldwin High School volleyball has had a rough start, only winning four games so far this season. The team has played in eight games and a tournament. The tournament, which was the last game the Bulldogs have had for almost 10 days, was two weeks ago, on Sept. 9. The Bulldogs had a rough day but worked hard and came out with one win.
BHS tennis takes second once again
September 20, 2000
For the third consecutive week, the Baldwin High School girls tennis team came away from a tournament as runners-up. The squad competed in the Topeka Hayden Invitational Saturday. The squad also placed second at their own Baldwin Invitational last Wednesday. In both competitions, the Bulldogs fell short to Class 4A foe Topeka Hayden.
Ruff day at Rim Rock as BHS’s runners take on the ‘big dogs’
September 20, 2000
As the horizon was defined by the sun on Saturday morning just north of Lawrence, the Baldwin High School boys cross country team met the sight of rolling hills. They took in deep breaths as they started toward the course, ready to face the challenge.
Bulldogs saddle Trailblazers
September 20, 2000
There was a collective sigh of relief Friday night at Liston Stadium after the Baldwin High Bulldogs put the finishing touches to a thrilling 32-29 victory over the Gardner Trailblazers. But bigger than calmed nerves was what the win meant in bringing respect to the program.
Yard of the Week’ to take needed timeout
September 20, 2000
Danny and I have been in Colorado for almost a month. When we returned to Kansas, having missed the hot wind, high temperatures and no rain, we couldn’t believe the way the yards looked in Baldwin City. After driving around town, we decided it might be a good time to discontinue the “Yard of the Week” until we get some fall rains and cooler temperatures.
Debate team places
September 20, 2000
BHS students learn about government
September 20, 2000
On Friday, the newly established seminar period at Baldwin High School was used for the benefit of all students taking government classes. State Rep. Ralph Tanner (R-Baldwin) presented to the students, which primarily consisted of juniors. He talked about how bills were passed and how we use politics in our everyday lives, even here at BHS.
Harris to discuss sportswriting at conference
September 20, 2000
Baldwin High School journalism teacher Kit Harris recently received the honor of being asked to speak at the Kansas Scholastic Press Association Conference on Friday. The conference is held on the campus of the University of Kansas in Lawrence.
Leo B. Serrato
September 20, 2000
City in Brief
September 20, 2000
A key to life
Former ambassador gives moral lesson
September 20, 2000
If Alan Keyes were a cowboy in a John Wayne movie, he’d be wearing a white hat. He might even be wearing a shiny badge, designating him as a protector of what is good and moral and lawful. And he’d be finding himself fighting quite a battle.
Local pilot is flying ace
September 20, 2000
James Barrett isn’t much different than the athletes at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. Like them, the rural Baldwin resident has to be in shape for his event. However, his event isn’t among the hundreds in Sydney. Barrett is an aerobatic pilot. And he’s one of the best. He recently placed second at the U.S. National Aerobatic Championships in Denison, Texas.
Baker wins air battle with Lindenwood
September 20, 2000
A huge family day crowd for Baker University’s home opener didn’t go away disappointed Saturday night as the Wildcats posted a 38-21 win over the Lindenwood Lions in a game that featured plenty of airways excitement.
Donald French
September 20, 2000
Late-night Olympic viewing
September 20, 2000
Community given chance to clean up
September 20, 2000
It’s never too late to do a little spring cleaning, even in the fall. The Baldwin City Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a city-wide clean-up from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30.