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Baldwin softball team continues to roll despite injured ace

By Brian Knavish
It’s the type of news that would make many high school teams buckle. Not the Baldwin softball team. The Lady Highlanders recently learned their ace ...
Baldwin freshman Stahl has sensational track debut at Butler Invitational
By Ray Fisher
Alina Stahl made a grand appearance in her debut on the Baldwin girls’ track and field team. Stahl, a freshman speedster who also is an elite ...
Baldwin’s Karabinos advances to Eastern Region gymnastics meet
By Jennifer Goga
Last year, Josie Karabinos of Whitehall suffered a severe concussion when her hand slipped off the uneven bars during warmups at the USA Gymnastics regional ...
Meyer offensive catalyst for Baldwin girls’ lacrosse team
By Ray Fisher
The Baldwin girls’ lacrosse team remains committed to making it to the postseason. The Lady Highlanders kicked off this week with a 3-2 record in section play, good for third place and in contention for a possible WPIAL playoff berth. “In order to achieve our goal of making ...
Baldwin brothers relish new ‘coach-pupil’ relationship with Niagara baseball
By Brian Knavish
They grew up avid baseball players living in the same Baldwin household, but Ronnie and Nicholas Bernick were never on the same team at the ...
Baldwin’s Loeffler enamored with pole vault event
By Ed Phillipps
Baldwin’s Gabriella Loeffler competes in the pole vault as well as the 400 meters. Getting to each event has become a race of its own when ...
Kelley leading young Baldwin boys tennis team
By Jennifer Goga
The Baldwin boys’ tennis team is rebuilding, as head coach Dave Hayden has just one senior player on the 2015 squad. The Highlanders lost a ...
Stofanak, Keiser leading Baldwin boys volleyball
By Ray Fisher
To say the Baldwin boys’ volleyball team is senior dominated is a vast understatement. There are 14 players listed on the varsity roster this season, with ...
O’Brien, Knezevich spur Baldwin sofball team’s early offensive surge
By Ray Fisher
The Baldwin softball team has been near-unstoppable. On the field, the Lady Highlanders opened the week with 4-0 overall record, including a 3-0 mark in Section ...
Tampa Catholic track squad experiences ‘weather shock’ at South Hills Classic
By Ed Phillipps
Cecil Township resident Steve Belfiore knows all about his grandson Ryan’s exploits on the track for Tampa Catholic in Tampa Bay, Fla. The two chat on ...
Hinish heats up Baldwin track
By Ray Fisher
Kadin Hinish exploded into the 2015 outdoor track and field season. Hinish, a junior, led Baldwin with two individual wins along with one relay victory in ...
Baldwin baseball team looking to build off last 2014 success
By Jennifer Goga
The 2014 season was historic for the Baldwin baseball team. The Highlanders won Section 3-AAAA with a 8-2 record and finished 16-4 overall. They were the WPIAL runners-up and competed in the PIAA tournament. No less than 10 players garnered all-section honors, and five went on to play in college. “We ...
Baldwin girls lacrosse goal is a WPIAL playoff berth
By Ray Fisher
The Baldwin girls’ lacrosse team is focused one thing this season. “We have one goal: to make the playoffs,” Rich Deemer, Baldwin’s head coach, said. “Every ...
Baldwin winter baseball skills camp a big hit
By Jennifer Goga
This winter season has prompted a heavy dose of cabin fever, with the long stretches of cold, snow and ice. For parents of young children, those ...
Lady Highlanders looking to compete for WPIAL title
By Ray Fisher
The Baldwin softball team, which has qualified for the WPIAL playoffs for five consecutive years, has high aspirations for the 2015 season. “We intend to compete ...
Baldwin graduate Roth quickly swims into Penn State Behrend record book
By Brian Knavish
Swimmer Nick Roth begrudgingly admits his favorite event is the 200-yard butterfly. “I hate to admit it, but I think I’ve fallen in love ...
Baldwin wrestling team displays progress during rebuilding year
By Brian Knavish
Entering the season, those around the Baldwin wrestling program knew success would not be measured in dual-meet victories. Instead, it would be measured by the number of athletes in the program, the progress they made on the mat and the overall enthusiasm surrounding the team. Given those measures, the 2014-15 season indeed ...
McCarthy brothers teammates in Seton Hill baseball program
By Ray Fisher
Baldwin graduates, and brothers, Pat and Tom McCarthy are teammates on the Seton Hill University baseball team. Pat is a red-shirt senior second baseman; Tom is ...
Larkin, Gazzam develop close bond while at Baldwin
By Ed Phillipps
For the past four years, Baldwin’s Amanda Larkin and Natalie Gazzam have been inseparable. They go to school together, played on the same basketball team and ...
Baldwin athletic director Sortino humbled by regional honor
By Ray Fisher
Vince Sortino has been selected as the 2015 Region IV athletic administrator of the year. Sortino has been employed by the Baldwin-Whitehall School District for 25 ...
Baldwin relayers place second at indoor championships
By Ray Fisher
The Baldwin boys’ distance medley relay unit turned in its top performance of the winter Saturday at the Tri-State Track Coaches Association finals. The Highlanders’ relayers, ...
Baldwin’s Karabinos places second all-around at Pennsylvania Classic
By Ray Fisher
Baldwin senior Josie Karabinos ended her brilliant high school gymnastics career with a second-place state finish. Karabinos placed second in the diamond division all-around scoring at ...
Baldwin’s Karabinos places 2nd at WPIAL gymnastics championships
By Ray Fisher
Baldwin’s Josie Karabinos climbed a few more rungs up the WPIAL gymanstics ladder this year. Karabinos, a senior advanced gymnast, placed second all-around at the WPIAL ...
Pritchard, Watterson lead Baldwin swimmers into WPIAL Class AAA finals
By Jennifer Goga
The Baldwin swimming and diving teams exceeded first-year head coach Ryan Johnson’s expectations this season, and he is confident the future is bright. “I was hopeful ...
Hampton wins 1st WPIAL gymnastics title
By Bill Hartlep
Rachel Hornung had quite the debut at the WPIAL gymnastics championships Saturday. The freshman won the advanced division all-around title to lead Hampton to its first WPIAL championship. Hornung won the beam event with a score of 9.5 and scored 38.25 overall to edge Baldwin’s Josie Karabinos (37.85) and defending champion Danijela ...

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