Jimmy Gillispie

Jimmy Gillispie covers news and sports for the Signal

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LAC “Un-Juried” exhibit opened Friday evening
January 12, 2012
Dozens of local and area artists attended the opening of an exhibit Friday night at the Lumberyard Arts Center.
Baldwin Education Foundation helps classrooms stay up with technology
January 12, 2012
Teachers everywhere have the tough task of trying hard to keep up with ever-changing technology that they use in the classrooms and use it for educational purposes.
BHS girls drop to .500 after home loss to Ottawa
January 12, 2012
Baldwin High School’s girls’ basketball team dug itself a deep hole early in Tuesday’s contest and never recovered as it fell to undefeated Ottawa.
Ojeleye ends Bulldogs undefeated start to season
January 12, 2012
Baldwin High School became the latest victim of Semi Ojeleye. The Ottawa junior, who is being recruited by NCAA Div. I schools, scored slightly above his average as he led the Cyclones (8-0) to a road win Tuesday night.
BHS wrestlers finished second at Bonner Springs
January 12, 2012
Baldwin High School’s wrestling squad began 2012 with its best tournament of the season. The Bulldogs finished second in the 12-team Dick Burns Mat Classic at Bonner Springs High School.
Zuzzio honored with national coaches award
January 12, 2012
It was more than a year ago when Ted Zuzzio received the honor of Kansas Track and Field Coaches Association Class 4A girls track and field coach of the year, so he wasn’t expecting what came Monday.
BHS boys, girls fall to Cyclones
January 10, 2012
Semi Ojeleye showed why he is being recruited by NCAA Div. I schools around the county Tuesday night.
Bulldogs defeat Wildcats, stay unbeaten
January 7, 2012
A strong first quarter helped the Baldwin High School’s boys’ basketball team remain unbeaten this season with a road win Friday. The Bulldogs outscored Louisburg 14-3 in the first quarter en route to a 49-26 victory.
BHS girls begin 2012 with league win
January 7, 2012
While its baskets weren’t falling in the first quarter, Baldwin High School’s girls’ basketball team relied on its defense as it built a lead before winnings a Frontier League road contest Friday.
Bulldogs working to improve before season rolls ahead
January 5, 2012
Baldwin High School’s varsity basketball teams began the first portion of their seasons in different manners, but coaches Dustin Leochner and Bob Martin are excited about the progress their teams made during the break.

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The Baldwin school district will continue to own and operate its bus fleet after the board Monday passed on a proposal from a private company to provide contractual services.

Baldwin High School sophomore Tucker Clark wrestles a match Saturday at the Bonner Springs tournament. Clark won the 120 weight class. Clark was one of three individual champions for BHS, who placed second as a team.

Ted Zuzzio, longtime Baldwin High School girls track and field coach was honored Monday when he was named the 2011 National Federation of State High School Associations’ Coaches Association National Coach of the Year for Girls Outdoor Track and Field.

The Lumberyard Art Center’s "Un-Juried" art show was a big hit Friday night. The work of local and area artists will run through Jan. 28.

Jessie Katzer, Baldwin High School junior, dribbles around her defender Tuesday night. BHS lost the game to Ottawa, 38-19.

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