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Home arrow Sports arrow Baker plays Siuslaw Saturday, Nov. 20, in round two of the state 3A football championships

Baker plays Siuslaw Saturday, Nov. 20, in round two of the state 3A football championships

THE GAME: Siuslaw (9-1) beat Tillamook (4-6) last weekend to advance to Round Two of the 3A football playoffs. Baker (8-1) earned a bye for the first round after marching undefeated through the Greater Oregon League.

WHAT'S NEXT: Siuslaw travels to Baker City for a second round game this Saturday.

WHAT TIME: Gates open at 11 a.m.; kickoff is at 1 p.m.

HOW MUCH: Tickets are $6 adults, $4 students.

NO PASSES: Because this is a playoff game, no season passes or student body passes will be accepted.

PREVIEW: Look for sports editor Gerry Steele's report this Thursday.

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