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BHS BOYS GOLF: Bulldogs win two tournaments

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Kathy Orr/ Baker City Herald Bakerís Rylee Gassin teed off during tournament action Monday at Quail Ridge Golf Course in Baker City.

Baker placed first in the Baker Boys Golf Invitationnal tournament Monday at Quail Ridge Golf Course.

The Bulldogs shot an overall team score of 360.

Cayn Osborn was third in the individual standings with a score of 83.


BHS BASEBALL: Bulldogs' offense ignites against Ontario

By Jayson Jacoby

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The offensive famine that had plagued Baker’s baseball team recently turned into a feast of hits Friday at Ontario.

Unfortunately for the Bulldogs they shared the bounty with the host Tigers.

The result of all the gluttony was the teams splitting a Greater Oregon League doubleheader that featured 50 runs.

Ontario won the opener 10-7. Baker exploded in the nightcap, winning 21-12.


BHS SOFTBALL: Baker splits with Ontario, earns first league victory

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Kathy Orr/ Baker City Herald file photo Bakerís Hannah Lien takes a swing during a game against Nyssa earlier this season.

ONTARIO — The Baker softball team amassed 13 hits, including a home run, to claim its first Greater Oregon League win Friday in the opening game of a doubleheader at Ontario.

But the Bulldogs were unable to even their GOL record, losing the nightcap 12-4 to fall to 1-3 in league play (9-4 overall).

Baker had its best hitting game of the GOL season in the opener, winning 14-12.


BHS GOLF: Baker boys win La Grande Invite

Baker's Rylee Gassin earns medalist honors 

LA GRANDE — Baker’s Rylee Gassin earned medalist honors with a round of 81 in leading the Bulldogs to the team title at the La Grande Invitational golf tournament Friday.

Shaun Lepley tied for second in the individual standings with an 85, and Cayn Osborn tied for third with an 86.


BHS TRACK: Baker boys win home meet; girls take second

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Kathy Orr/ Baker City Herald Bakerís Kalani Heiser won the discus event with a throw of 128 feet, 8 inches.

Baker’s boys track and field team edged Ontario for the team title at the Baker Triangular meet Friday at Baker High School.

The Bulldogs totaled 218 points to Ontario’s 209.

The Baker girls finished second to Ontario.


BHS SOFTBALL: Baker drops pair at La Grande to open GOL season

LA GRANDE — The Baker softball team had its six-game winning streak snapped Monday as the Bulldogs opened Greater Oregon League play by losing both games of a doubleheader at La Grande.

Baker nearly rallied in the first game, losing 5-4.

La Grande dominated the second game, winning 14-3.


BHS BASEBALL: Slow-hitting Bulldogs split with La Grande

Baker manages just eight hits in two games — all singles

Baker’s offense didn’t do the Bulldog pitchers any favors Monday as Baker opened the Greater Oregon League baseball season by splitting a doubleheader at La Grande.

Fortunately Baker’s ace, Trevor Bennett, doesn’t need much help.

Bennett scattered seven hits in the opening game and struck out 11 La Grande batters as Baker took a 2-1 win.


BHS BASEBALL: Nearly perfect, but not quite good enough

By Jayson Jacoby

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Trevor Bennett pitched an almost perfect game Wednesday.

But it still wasn’t quite good enough.

Bennett allowed only one hit at Homedale, Idaho, but that batter ended up scoring the game’s only run, in the bottom of the seventh inning, in Homedale’s 1-0 win.


BHS SOFTBALL: Mosser homers twice in romp over Nyssa

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Kathy Orr/Baker City Herald Bakerís Kaylan Mosser hit a pair of home runs Tuesday in the Bulldogsí 18-5 win over Nyssa.

Baker’s softball team continued its torrid early season hitting with an 18-5 rout of Nyssa Tuesday afternoon at the Sports Complex.

The game ended after five innings.

Kaylan Mosser hit two solo home runs, the first of which gave Baker (7-1) a 1-0 lead in the second inning.


BHS BASEBALL: Bulldogs start, finish strong in rout of Nyssa

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Kathy Orr/Baker City Herald Baker second baseman Trevor Custer had a Nyssa runner in a rundown Tuesday at the Sports Complex.

The Baker baseball team gave Nyssa a glimmer of hope Tuesday that the visiting Bulldogs might pull an upset at the Sports Complex.

The optimism lasted about as long as a stray spring shower.

Baker scored four runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to break a 6-6 tie.


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