BALDWIN\u00a0\u2014 Some high schools have been cutting sports in past years. At Baldwin, the number of sports is increasing.\u00a0 Athletic director Shawn Williams announced last week Baldwin is adding skiing and junior high bowling in the winter. On skiing, \u201cwe had a parent whose daughter is real good,\u201d Williams said. \u201cShe was asking about the possibilities.\u201d Williams said he contacted Cadillac, which has the sport, about being a co-op. The Michigan State High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) allows schools that don\u2019t offer a sport to join other schools that have that sport under a co-op arrangement. One school remains the host. \u201cWe\u2019re going through the process right now of having a co-op,\u201d Williams said. Cadillac is the host school, but Williams estimated about four athletes, right now, from Baldwin could be a part of the co-op. Caberfae is the host site for Cadillac and is 45 minutes from Baldwin. It will be a sport for boys and girls. Junior high bowling, like high school, would be during the winter, Williams said. The Baldwin Bowing Center is the home site for boys and girls high school bowling. Baldwin has been competing in a league with Crossroads, Mason County Eastern and Mason County Central.