B'ville schools' athletic teams' achievements

The following is a list of the achievements of eight of the Baldwinsville Central School District's varsity winter athletic teams, as well as of athletes on these teams.

Boys' Basketball:

    CNYCL Third Team All League -- Kevin Roy

Girls' Basketball

    CNYCL First Team All League -- Claire Monnat

CNYCL Second Team All League -- Maggie Monnat

CNYCL Honorable Mention All League -- Lauren McVey, Megan Collins

Girls' Bowling

    Winners of First Martin Luther King Baker Tournament in Oswego

CNYCL Second Team All League -- Annie Peterson


    Third Place -- Section III Cheerleading Championships

Ice Hockey

    CNYCL Division I Coach of the Year - Mark Lloyd

CNYCL First Team All League -- Connor Bertrand, Mark Miller

CNYCL Second Team All League -- Brett Earle, John Waldon

CNYCL Honorable Mention -- Brad Burlingame

Exceptional Senior Game Participants -- Connor Bertrand, Brett Earle, Mark Miller and Brad Burlingame.

Boys' Indoor Track

    CNYCL National League Champions

CNYCL First Team All League -- Nathan McCabe, Andrew Hoover, Brian Kane

CNYCL Second Team All League

4x400-Meter Relay Team -- Brian Wisely, Andrew Hoover, Jon Hingre and Joe Morra

3200-Meter Run -- Shaun Thompson

55-Meter Dash -- Rudy Sapp

1000-Meter Run -- Josh Perez

600-Meter Run -- Charles Parker

4x200-Meter Relay -- Rudy Sapp, Todd Mitchell, Andrew Hoover, Alex Nagy

Section III AA Championships -- Team took Second place

55-Meter High Hurdles Champion -- Andrew Hoover

High Jump Champion -- Brian Kane

Section III Boys Sportsmanship Award -- Brian Kane

State Track Championships -- Rudy Sapp competed in 55 meter dash, placing 22nd in preliminary round

Brian Kane placed second in NYSPHSAA State Finals in the high jump at 6'4" and third place in the NYS Federations

New School Record -- Brian Kane -- High Jump: 6'6"

Girls Indoor Track

    CNYCL Girls Indoor Track Championships (Top Scorers)

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