BNL Athletic Varsity Awards Ceremony 6/14

The BNL athletic program is excited to have the opportunity to provide all of our Varsity athletes with a Varsity Awards Ceremony on Monday June 14, at 3:15PM. This will take place in the Berlin Middle/High School auditorium. New Lebanon students will be able to take the after school shuttle to Berlin. This event will involve Varsity players from both Berlin and New Lebanon. Athletes will be socially distanced throughout the auditorium and follow all COVID regulations. There will be no spectators. We are hoping to live stream this for families. Stay tuned for more information. 

This will be a fun way to honor and celebrate our students as we begin to close out the 2020-2021 school year.

BNL Varsity Softball vs Stillwater 6/2

The girls played Stillwater on Wednesday for their senior night. While the girls had a 9-4 loss, they held their own in the pouring rain. Teigan Catlin, Mikayla Corsey and Kaylee Pratt, three of the seniors, scored runs in the bottom of the first inning to bring the score to 3-1.The score remained in Berlin’s favor until the fifth inning, when the rain really started. Even in the rain, our senior pitcher, Mikayla Corsey had 10 strikeouts. Keep up the good work girls for our game today against Hoosic Valley.

Congratulations to this year’s BNL Senior Softball Athletes who were honored after the game.

Kiley Danforth (NL)
Kaylee Pratt (NL)
Mikayla Corsey (NL)
Teigan Catlin (B)


BNL Varsity Baseball vs Stillwater 6/2

Berlin-New Lebanon lost its final home game to Stillwater on Wednesday. The team played well as they battled the rain. This was our Senior Night and we want to thank Kasey Billert, Dylan Lambert, Ben Rueble, and Joey Zwack for their leadership and strong character throughout the season. As a team, we have made some strong, positive steps forward because of you seniors. The team moves onto their crossover game on Friday. GO B-NL

Congratulations to this year’s BNL Senior Baseball Athletes who were honored after the game.

Kasey Billert (B)
Dylan Lambert (NL)
Ben Ruebel (B)
Joey Zwack (B)

BNL Modified Baseball Doubles Scoring Output Versus Spa Catholic 6/1

Nick Mosher (B) led BNL on offense, going 1 for 2 with a single and two RBIs.  Layne Chaykowski-Jewett (B) also contributed a single for BNL.  Scoring runs for BNL were Kaleb Sweener (B) and Jordan Harmon (B).  Additional BNL players were also able to find ways to get on base consistently throughout the game with Taygen Berry (B), Alex Maxon (B), Hayden Chittenden (B), and Joshua Albee (B) each drawing walks or being hit-by-pitch.

Multiple good plays by the defense kept BNL in the game including outstanding catches by catcher Landon Jaquish (NL) and Center Fielder Aiden Vandyk (B).

Looking forward to continued improvement and team growth.  -Coach Moseley.

BNL Modified Baseball Continues to Show Improvement on the Mound in Loss to Mechanicville 5/27

Kaleb Sweener (B) started for BNL and was on the mound for two innings with Landen Jaquish (NL) and Nick Davis (NL) each coming on in relief for one inning a piece.  

BNL couldn’t get the offense going until late in the contest when Leviathan Rouse (NL) drew a walk to get BNL on the bases.  Nick Mosher (B) later singled to advance runners Aidan VanDyk (B) and Taygen Berry (B) into scoring position, but solid pitching by Mechanicville ended BNL’s rally, and the game.

Our pitchers are working hard in practice to improve and it’s starting to show during games.  We also have a growing bullpen of new pitchers ready to step onto the mound and learn.  It’s great to see these student athletes persevere through the adversity they’ve faced early in the season and to see them putting in the necessary effort between games to improve. – Coach Moseley

BNL Track and Field Results vs Greenwich  5/25

The track and field teams traveled to Greenwich looking to add to the win column. The girls started with a win in the 4×800 relay and followed up sweeping the 1500 and the 3000 and winning the long jump, triple jump, and disc. The boys had wins in the shot and disc and swept the 3200 and 1600. The girls came up just short losing 67 to 68.  The boys lost 54 to 80.  The team has the championships on Thursday and wraps up next week with a Monday home sectional meet and a last sectional meet away. -Coach Kanofsky and Coach Burhans