Athletic Director Mr. Paravella would like to take a moment to reflect this week on the first home Track and Field meets at BCSD.
The number of individuals who are involved with these events speaks for itself. We have had volunteers from the Booster Club decorating the site and offering free treats at the first meet. The Junior class has run a concession stand. A number of school personnel have been involved with volunteering in some way. And at the heart of it all, our Athletes and Coaches doing what they do best and bringing a real sense of pride to our school community.
These were the first of a number of meets Berlin will be hosting, culminating with Sectionals for Field events on June 7.- Athletic Director Mr. Paravella
BNL Track and Field Results vs Tamarac-Hoosick Falls 5/22
The Berlin-New Lebanon Varsity Track and Field team extended its record to 4-1 on both sides Saturday, after defeating Tamarac-Hoosick Falls. The boys edged out a narrow 72-67 victory in a close matchup that ultimately came down to the 4 x 400 Relay to decide the whole meet.
The girls had several impressive performances, with many earning big points in the field and picking up important second and third places to an impressive 102-16 win.
BNL welcomes Hoosic Valley and Emma Willard on Tuesday to the last home regular season meet of the season in an important league matchup.
– Coach Kanofsky and Coach Burhans
BNL Varsity Softball vs Cambridge 5/21 & Hoosick Falls 5/24
The Berlin-New Lebanon varsity softball team played Cambridge on Friday. The girls played well but lost 2-1. The score was kept close due to great fielding and pitching. Mikayla Corsey pitched against Cambridge with 13 strikeouts! Great job!
The team also played a game on Monday against Hoosick Falls. The girls came back from a loss when we played them last and won with a final score of 6-1. Bailey Catlin pitched this game with 13 strikeouts and finished with a no hit game! Great job girls!
-Coach Pangburn and Coach Slaver
BNL Modified Baseball vs Hoosick Valley 5/21
BNL Modified Baseball loses a tough season opener to Hoosick Valley. BNL’s offense was led by Nick Mosher, going 1-2 with a single up the middle.
“BNL looks to rebound against Hoosick Falls on Tuesday,” said Coach Moseley.
BNL Modified Softball vs Hoosick Valley 5/20
The BNL Modified Softball girls had their first home game last Thursday. They played a tough game under the heat but couldn’t shake Hoosic Valley. The girls have their first away game tonight at Hoosick Falls.
-Coach Curtis and Coach Di Palma
BNL Varsity Baseball 5/17, 5/19, 5/20
Berlin-New Lebanon lost their last 3 games against Hoosick Valley, Maple Hill, and Tamarac. Although the wins are not there, the team is showing improvements in their offense by scoring more runs and getting more hits in each game.
The pitching of Kasey Billert, Wyatt Powers, Ben Rueble, Tyler Shuhart, Konnor McMilian, and Matt Corsey continue to get better every game along with Kevin Chittenden calling nice games behind the plate.
Our next game is Friday, May 21 at HOME vs. Cambridge at 5:00pm. GO B-NL