Archive for Thursday, October 8, 2009

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KVA rankings: Week five
October 8, 2009
Kansas Volleyball Association week five rankings.
Baldwin High soccer postponed
October 8, 2009
Today’s Baldwin High School soccer games against Paola has been postponed because of the heavy rainfall, according to BHS Activities Director Gary Stevanus this afternoon.
Maple Leaf questions and answers
October 8, 2009
This year’s Maple Leaf Festival will be here fast — Oct. 17-18. Maple Leaf Committee Chairman Annie France answers some questions.
BHS volleyball team battles sickness before tournament
October 8, 2009
Baldwin High School’s volleyball squad began and ended the Wellsville Tournament with victorious games Saturday. Unfortunately, the middle was filled with many losses as the Bulldogs tried to recover from a week of illness and change. The Bulldogs finished the tournament with a 1-3 record, as they didn’t advance past pool play.
Bulldogs suffer homecoming loss to Ottawa
October 8, 2009
Two losing streaks were on the line Friday night at Baker University’s Liston Stadium. Baldwin High School’s football team was riding a five-game winless streak, which dated back to last year. The Bulldogs’ opponent, Ottawa, had a much longer streak on file. The Cyclones had lost 33 consecutive games, dating back to the 2005 season.
There’s no place like home for Bulldogs
October 8, 2009
There must be something magical about the Baldwin City Municipal Golf Course. Each time the Baldwin High School girls’ cross country team runs there, great things happen. Not only do many of the Bulldogs run their personal-best times, the team is undefeated on its home course this fall.
Neighbors: Ira DeSpain
October 8, 2009
Name: The Rev. Ira DeSpain Occupation: United Methodist Clergyman
Blues, barbecue brings a crowd
October 8, 2009
Yet another crowd took advantage of good food and music Saturday night in downtown Baldwin City at the sixth annual Blues and Barbecue event.
Baker defense shuts down Culver-Stockton
October 8, 2009
After an early bye week, the Baker University football team played an efficient, yet dominating homecoming game Saturday. Efficient as in 324 yards of offense, four incomplete passes and zero turnovers. Dominating as in allowing 72 yards of offense, one forced fumble recovery and zero points allowed.
Letters to the Editor
October 8, 2009
To the editor: The BESIC classes of Erik Bailey and Kathleen Dorsey wish to publicly thank Dave Hill and Ivan Huntoon for taking time out of their busy schedules to talk with our classes.
Foye, Twombly ‘surprised’ to win homecoming crowns
October 8, 2009
Baldwin High School’s annual homecoming week ended with a couple of “surprising” announcements — at least according to the newly-crowned king and queen. At halftime of the football game Friday night, BHS celebrated its homecoming ceremony. Seniors Connor Twombly and Sam Foye were crowned 2009 homecoming queen and king.
City council balks at sales-tax pitch from committee
October 8, 2009
A committee charged with making recommendations on how to spend money from a proposed new quarter-cent sales tax did that Monday. But the Baldwin City Council wasn’t buying.
Early flurry of goals dooms BHS soccer
October 8, 2009
LOUISBURG — For nearly 60 minutes here Tuesday, the Baldwin High School soccer squad played equal with its opponent, which is among the top teams in the state. However, those first 20 minutes doomed the Bulldogs.