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Alumni Update - Taylor Duchon (Thiel)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

WASHINGTON, Pa. – The Thiel College women's basketball team was defeated 77-55 by the WashingtonDuchon Thiel & Jefferson Presidents in a Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) contest Sunday.

Taylor Duchon, a Baldwin graduate, scored a team-high 13 points for the Tomcats. Duchon also pulled down four rebounds, had three steals and three assists.

 

(photo courtesy of Thiel College)

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Alumni Update - Arnes Bajgora (La Roche)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

BUFFALO, NY -- The La Roche men's basketball team fought for a full sixty minutes and took D'Youville College to the wireBajgora LaRoche before falling 69-68.

Arnes Bajgora, a Baldwin graduate, had a game-high 21 points (7 of 10 shots) and added 8 rebounds and 4 steals.

 

(photo courtesy of La Roche College)

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Hockey: South Feature Athlete – Baldwin’s Max Milan

Written by Ryan Riordan on .

Name: Max Milan
School: Baldwin
Grade: 11
Sport: Hockey

Background: After scoring 41 points in helping Baldwin win the Open Division and set a record for most goals per game by a team, Milan is excelling in Class AA this season. The Highlanders’ junior has 10 goals and 12 assists in nine games and his 22 points are tied for the third-highest mark in the classification. He has two hat tricks and seven multi-point games this season. 

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Alumni Update - Charlie Wallander (Westminster)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

ALTOONA, Pa. - The Westminster College men's basketball team lost, 72-70, at Penn. State-Wallander WestminsterAltoona after the Lions scored a layup with no time remaining.

The Lions out-shot the Titans 50.0% (26-52) to 41.3% (26-63). Westminster held a 35-32 rebound edge.

Four Titans scored in double-digits, led by junior Charlie Wallander, a Baldwingraduate, with 17 points.

 

(photo courtesy of Westminster College)

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Girls Volleyball: Baldwin completes a satisfying season

Written by Ken Wunderley on .

Ken Wunderley profiles the Baldwin girls volleyball team. Read his story below.

The Baldwin High School girls volleyball team saw its season come to an end in the PIAA Class AAA semifinals on Nov. 11, but the Fighting Highlanders turned in the program's best performance since 1995.

"The girls did way more than I ever expected," said first-year coach Chris Kelly, who served as an assistant coach the previous three years. "I knew we had a pretty good team, but never expected to make it this far. Our main goal was to make the [WPIAL] playoffs, since we hadn't qualified in a couple years.

"I never dreamed that we would win a WPIAL title and advance to the PIAA semifinals. It's certainly a season to remember."

Baldwin earned its postseason berth by winning the Class AAA Section 5 title, then recorded four victories in the WPIAL tournament, including a pair of exciting 3-2 victories against Seneca Valley in the semifinals and North Allegheny in the title match. It was Baldwin's first WPIAL title since 2003.