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BAKER BOYS GOLF: Bulldogs place second

Baker just can’t seem to get past Pendleton in boys golf.

For the third consecutive tournament Monday, the Bulldogs finished second to Pendleton in the team standings.

This time the Bulldogs shot a score of 332 to take second at the Baker Invitational at Quail Ridge Golf Course. Pendleton won the team title with a score of 324.

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