Archive for Thursday, June 10, 2004

Signal sports line

June 10, 2004

Four BHS players

make J-W all-area teams

From Signal Staff Reports

Two players off both the Baldwin High School softball and baseball teams were named to the Lawrence Journal-World's all-area teams.

On the softball team, BHS's Kalie Harris and Kari Garrison were selected. For Bulldog baseball, Andrew Hannon and Brian Turk were chosen. All four were seniors this year.

Harris, a shortstop, hit .444 with three home runs, had 20 runs batted in, stole seven bases and had an .892 fielding percentage. Garrison, a centerfielder, hit .342 with a pair of homers, had 14 RBI and scored 14 runs.

Hannon, a shortstop and pitcher, was 36-for-72 for an even .500 batting average. He had six home runs, 30 RBI, 10 stolen bases, scored 25 runs and had a 17-game hitting streak. Turk, a second baseman, hit .448 with seven round trippers, 29 RBI and scored 26 runs.

Another BHS senior, Grant Meisenheimer, was the lone Bulldog chosen for the honorable mention team.

Signal, Knoll seeking

baseball, softball reports

From Signal Staff Reports

As with every summer, the Baldwin City Signal will be publishing information received about summer sports.

This year, there will be a "coordinator" of that information, Baldwin High School senior-to-be Ben Knoll. As Knoll's senior class project, he will be doing his mentoring program through Signal editor/publisher Jeff Myrick.

Knoll will be doing various stories throughout the summer. It is hoped that arrangements with the Baldwin City Recreation Commission will be able to provide most of the details. But, coaches are encouraged to contact Knoll as well.

Knoll can be reached on his cell phone at 785-331-9418 and his home phone is 594-3609.

As in the past, coaches can send information to the Signal by FAX at 785-594-7084 or by e-mail to

BHS 7-on-7 team
wins first two games

Baldwin High School's entry in the 7-on-7 football league won its first games Monday.

Coach Mike Berg said the team beat Gardner 24-16 and Wellsville 28-16. The victories moved the Bulldog's winning streak, held over from last year, to 12 straight. BHS won the 7-on-7 title a year ago for the first time.

Games are played every Monday at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. in Gardner. There are 14 BHS players on this year's team.

Wrestling camp scheduled

for June 27-July 2

Special to the Signal

The Quest 4 Gold Wrestling Camp is set for June 27 through July 2 at Baker University.

The wrestling camp will feature Olympic gold medalist Kendall Cross, Olympian Bogdan Ciufulescu, National Champion Teague Moore, NCAA All-American Jared Frayer and three Kansas four-time state champions.

The camp is for youth and high school wrestlers and also features a Girl's Division. Cost is $295 for resident campers and $195 for commuters.

Contact Kit Harris, Baldwin High School wrestling coach, at (785) 594-3481 for additional information.

Baker's Weaver offers

basketball camp

From Signal Staff Reports

Baker University mens basketball coach Rick Weaver will be conducting a summer basketball camp July 12-15 for boys and girls in grades four through eight.

The camp will be from 9:30 a.m. to noon each day. Cost is $50. For entry form, contact Weaver at 594-8422.

Baldwin youth volleyball

camp is set for July 19-22

From Signal Staff Reports

The Bulldog Volleyball Camp will be July 19-22 in the Baldwin High School gym.

Girls who wil be in the fourth through sixth grade this fall will have camp from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. those days. Cost is $25. Girls who will be in the seventh and eighth grade this fall will have camp from 10:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Cost is $30.

For more information, contact Brenda Shawley at (785) 842-1281.

Commenting has been disabled for this item.