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Baker girls can’t catch Ontario late

By Gerry Steele

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A valiant Baker effort came up short Tuesday in a Greater Oregon League girls basketball game against Ontario at BHS.

The Bulldogs trailed by double digits throughout the first half only to rally to pull into a 37-37 tie with 7:37 left in the game. Baker then went cold again, dropping a 53-39 decision.

“It was a good comeback,” said Baker coach Jenny Mowe-Joseph.

“We put together a good second half. Then I lost my point guard."

Point guard Brie Sand earned a bloody nose when she was hit by a pair of Ontario players with about 6:30 left in the game.

Baker trailed 41-37 at that point but was outscored 12-2 the rest of the way.

The Bulldogs trailed 12-3 after one quarter. Baker’s only points came on a three-point basket from Allie Brown.

Sand then scored six points, and Michelle Freese three, to help the Bulldogs pull within 26-14 at halftime.

Freese and Brown each tallied seven points in the third quarter to pull Baker within 35-34 entering the final eight minutes.

Sand then hit a three-pointer with 7:37 left to tie the game at 37-37.

But a basket by Emily Tatlock with about three minutes left was the only other points scored by the Bulldogs the rest of the game.

Baker drops to 1-3 in the GOL. The Bulldogs travel to La Grande Friday.


   Murray, Anderson 1 3-4 5, Helmick 5 2-2 15, Yano 1 1-2 3, Martin 2 0-0 4, Higinbothen, Schaffeld 1 1-6 3, Alvarado 3 5-7 11, Salutregi 5 0-2 10, Eastwood. Totals 19 12-23 53.

BAKER (39) - 

   Brown 4 0-2 10, Phillips, Huggins, Sand 5 2-5 13, Lemmon, Lehman, Tatlock 2 0-1 4, Freese 4 2-6 10, Bachman 1 0-2 2, Severson. Totals 16 4-16 39.

Ontario           -12 14   9 18 — 53

Baker              -  3 11  20   5 — 39

     Three-point baskets — Helmick 3, Brown 2, Sand. Fouled out — Anderson. Total fouls — Ontario 14, Baker 19. Technicals — none.

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