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Baker sports briefs April 29

ELGIN — Powder Valley garnered four first-place awards Thursday at the annual ICUE track and field meet at Elgin High School.

Colton Eubanks had a hand in three of the firsts. Eubanks won the boys 100 (11.47 seconds), boys 200 (23.15) and anchored the Powder Valley 4x400 relay (3:41.67). Sean Stanford, Brock Jones and Shae Wendt were the other relay members.

Ali Abrego had Powder’s lone girls first, winning the high jump with a leap of 5 feet.

ICUE Track and Field Meet

(Powder Valley results)

Boys events

   Team scores — Not available. 

   100 — 1. Eubanks, 11.47. 2. Stanford, 12.08. 19. Grende, 14.77. 200 — 1. Eubanks, 23.15. 4x400 relay — 1. Powder Valley, 3:41.67. Discus — 2. Jones, 118-10. 11. McElligott, 74-1. 20. Grende, 56-9. Javelin — 4. Moe, 124-7. 5. McElligott, 122-9. 7. Jones, 117-10. Long jump — 5. Wendt, 17-5. 6. Sieckman, 16-9. Triple jump — 6. Wendt, 36-2.25.

Girls events

   Team scores — Not available. 

   100 hurdles — 4. Eubanks, 19.96. 300 hurdles — 5. Eubanks, 1:01.59. Javelin — 4. Abrego, 79-6. 18. Merdassi, 38-0. Shot put — 17. Merdassi, 17-6.5. High jump — 1. Abrego, 5-0.

Baker boys golf second at Vale

VALE — Baker’s boys golf team placed second at a tournament at Vale Friday.

The Bulldogs shot a score of 346. Baker’s junior varsity team was fourth with a 373.

Brandon Ellwanger led Baker’s varsity with a 79. Charlie Clarke shot 81, Riley Carter 90, Dru Simonski-Davis 96, and Jake Brown 104.

Micah Grammon led the Baker JV with an 86. Rylee Gassin shot 87, Shawn Lepley 94, Collin Hessel 106, and Logan Sand 108.

Baker City Dive and Dash this weekend

The Baker Swim Team will host the annual Baker City Dive and Dash swim meet Saturday and Sunday at Sam-O Swim Center.

Competition begins each day at 10 a.m. A total of 91 swimmers from Oregon, Washington and Idaho are expected to compete.

Baker 11U baseball plays at Pendleton

PENDLETON — Baker’s 11U baseball team played at a tournament at Pendleton April 20-21.

On April 20, Baker lost 14-1 to Eagle, Idaho. Brandon Curry was the losing pitcher. Spencer Smith drove in Baker’s run with a single.

Baker defeated Pendleton 11-6 in its second game April 20. Sam McCauley was the winning pitcher.

On April 21, Baker lost 14-3 to Pendlton. Brendon Golar was the losing pitcher. Offensively, Golar had a double.

In its final game, Baker lost 19-3 to Eagle. McCauley was the losing pitcher.

Local Chapman planned at Quail Ridge

The annual Local Chapman golf tournament is planned May 5 at Quail Ridge Golf Course.

Registration begins at 9:30 a.m., followed by a shotgun start at 10 a.m. Cost is $25 per couple.

Sign-up sheets are available at the course. Mmore information is available from Barry Nichols, 541-523-9416.

Burnt River competes at Vale meet

VALE — Burnt River track and field teams competed at the Viking Invitational/Malheur County Championships April 23 at Vale High School.

Burnt River’s top placer was Kelsie Kezerle, seventh in the girls javelin.

Viking Invitational

(Burnt River results)

Boys events

   Team scores — Nyssa 161.5, Vale 97.5, Adrian 93, Burns 76.5, Jordan Valley 62, Grant Union 52, Liberty Charter 38.5, Harper 22, Wilder 12, Canyon Springs 9, Horseshoe Bend 6, Burnt River 1. 

   100 — 23. Reinhardt, 13.86. 25. Kezerle, 13.91. 26. Thingsatitporn, 14.41. 27. Clausen, 14.85. 200 — 24. Kezerle, 29.11. 25. Thingsatitporn, 30.16. 800 — 8. Reinhardt, 2:29.68. 11. Clausen, 2:42.77. Javelin — 16. Lane, 91-7. 26. Thingsatitporn, 64-9. Long jump — 28. Reinhardt, 13-5. 31. Kezerle, 13-1. Triple jump — 16. Reinhardt, 29-0.

Girls events

   Team scores — Vale 214, Burns 101, Liberty Charter 97.5, Nyssa 90, Grant Union 52, Adrian 31, Harper 20, Emmett 15.5, Wilder 5, Burnt River 2. 

   200 — 18. Hossbach, 34.97. 100 hurdles — 10. Hossbach, 21.68. Discus — 19. Kezerle, 55-4. 21. Wente, 55-1. 23. St. Amand, 49-10. Javelin — 7. Kezerle, 86-5. 15. Wasawat, 51-5. 17. St. Amand, 45-6. 19. Wente, 44-2. 21. Shim, 36-1. Shot put — 20. St. Amand, 22-0. Long jump — 11. Wasawat, 12-0.5. 13. Hossbach, 11-6.5. Triple jump — 9. Wente, 24-9.

Baker Middle School track at Hines meet

BURNS — Baker’s middle school track and field teams competed in a five-team meet Thursday at Burns High School.

Jacob Gentili was Baker’s lone first-place winner, taking the boys 200 in a time of 29.05.

Hines Middle School Track Meet

(Baker results)

Boys events

   Team scores — None available. 

   100 — 3. Gentili, 13.44. 7. Dexter, 14.55. 8. Sorensen, 14.72. 14. Beck, 15.59. 200 — 1. Gentili, 29.05. 4. Dexter, 30.77. 9. Beck, 34.37. 400 — 5. Tomac, 1:01.50. 800 — 4. Tomac, 3:03.10. 1,500 — 4. Tomac, 5:49.58. 100 hurdles — 3. Story, 20.62. 5. Barnes, 21.35. Discus — 10. Dexter, 61-6. 11. Gentili, 60-3. 13. Barnes, 56-8. Shot put — 9. Story, 25-2. 11. Barnes, 23-2. High jump —6. Sorensen, 4-6. 7. Gentili, 4-4. 9. (tie) Barnes, Dexter, Story, 4-0. Long jump — 14. Story, 12-1. 18. Sorensen, 10-11. 22. Beck, 10-2.

Girls events

   Team scores — None available. 

   100 — 2. Gerber, 14.63. 5. Carter, 15.19. 10. Sorenson, 15.43. 15. Rushton, 15.68. 17. McCart, 15.72. 19. Maldonado, 15.86. 24. Conklin, 16.08. 26. Pearce, 16.16. 29. Burchard, 16.49. 31. Mellen, 16.93. 32. Davis, 16.96. 35. Hickman, 18.28. 36. Brown, 18.78. 200 — 4. Gerber, 30.96. 6. Carter, 31.31. 9. Sorenson, 33.46. 11. McCart, 34.15. 17. Pearce, 36.56. 21. K. Rea, 38.34. 400 — 4. Sorenson, 1:19.12. 5. Carter, 1:18.57. 7. Rushton, 1:22.20. 8. K. Rea, 1:23.0. 100 hurdles — 3. Sorenson, 21.83. 7. Maldonado, 23.25. 9. E. Rea, 23.48. 10. Villastrigo, 23.59. 4x100 relay — 4. Baker, 1:02.45. 6. Baker, 1:05.49. Discus — 2. Madonado, 60-1. 5. Brown, 57-11. 7. Hickman, 50-11. 10. Conklin, 47-10. 11. Villastrigo, 46-10. 12. E. Rea, 44-0. 16. Mellen, 24-7. Shot put — 3. Titus, 25-3. 4. Brown, 25-1.5. 6. Hickman, 24-10.75. 7. Burchard, 24-10. 10. Conklin, 24-2.5. 11. Maldnado, 24-0. 13. Villastrigo, 23-1.5. 15. Mellen, 22-3. 20. E. Rea, 20-3.5. High jump — 4. Rushton, 4-0. 9. Titus, 3-6. Long jump — 6. Gerber, 12-0. 8. Burchard, 11-6. 10. Pearce, 10-9. 19. K. Rea, 10-6. 21. E. Rea, 10-3. 25. Davis, 9-11. 28. McCart, 9-6. 32. Villastrigo, 8-7.

Lansford picks up first win of season

LONG ISLAND, N.Y. — Josh Lansford picked up his first win of the season Friday when Long Island defeated Sugar Land 10-5 in an ABPL minor league baseball game.

Lansford pitched 1.1 inning in relief, allowing three hits, two runs and striking out one. His brother, Jared, added a inning of relief, walking one and striking out one.

Jared also struck out one batter in an ining of relief in Long Island’s 6-0 win over Lancaster on Thursday.

Both also threw in Long Island’s 5-4 loss to Sugar Land April 20. Josh threw two innings, allowing two hits, walking one and striking out two. Jared allowed one hit and walked one in one-third of an inning.

 

HALFWAY — The 37th-annual Pine-Eagle girls basketball camp is planned June 10-14 at Pine-Eagle High School.

The camp is for girls in Grades 6-12.

Campers will be divided into three leagues based on skill level. Each girl is guaranteed 10 to 14 games. Instructors will emphasize shooting, passing, dribbling, offensive and defensive skills.

Sessions will be from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., or later depending on camp turnout. The gym also will be open from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. for individual instruction during the camp.

Cost is $90 for those providing their own lodging, or $130 if room and board are required. Lodging will be provided by players and patrons of Pine-Eagle School District at Halfway. Registration will be Sunday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Monday from 7:45 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

Send registrations to Tim and Molly Smith, 3200 Birch St., Baker City, OR 97814. More information is available by calling the Smiths at 541-524-9866 (home), 541-519-5461 (Molly cell), 541-524-2629 (Tim school), or 541-898-2244 (Molly school).

 

 

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