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BHS TENNIS: Baker sweeps Ontario


By Gerry Steele

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Baker’s tennis teams swept Ontario Friday at Ontario.

The Baker boys won 4-1 and the Bulldog girls 3-2.


BHS TRACK: Bulldog boys 4th, girls 11th


By Gerry Steele

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Baker track and field teams finished fourth and 11th at the annual Oregon Trail Invitational meet Friday at Vale High School.

The Baker boys placed fourth in their half of the meet with 81.5 points. The Baker girls finished 11th with 20 points.

The boys earned three firsts.


BHS SOFTBALL: Baker bats too much for Ontario


By Gerry Steele

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Baker opened defense of its Greater Oregon League softball championship Friday by sweeping Ontario 9-2 and 11-5 at the Baker Sports Complex.

The sweep leaves Baker 2-0 in the GOL and 4-7 overall, ending a seven-game losing streak.

“We talked about it before the games, that it was a start to a new season,” said Baker coach Al McCauley.

“We talked about that there are no nonleague playoffs, and that we needed to start fresh from here."


Bulldogs hammer Burns

By Gerry Steele

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Baker tuned up for today’s Greater Oregon League baseball doubleheader against Ontario by dismantling Burns 16-2 in a nonleague game at Burns Wednesday.


BHS GOLF: Baker girls 4th, boys 7th at Wildhorse


MISSION — Baker’s boys and girls golf teams competed at a tournament at Wildhorse Monday.

The Baker boys placed seventh, and the girls fourth.

Charlie Clarke was low scorer for the boys with a score of 79. Brandon Ellwanger had an 80, Riley Carter 90, Jake Brown 93 and Evan Simonski-Davis 94.

Madi Elms led the Baker girls with a score of 100. Kelsie Geddes shot 111, Kylie Skidgel 115, and Mckenzie Rosenboragh 135.

Both teams travel to Mac-Hi Friday.


BHS SOFTBALL: Pendleton shuts out Baker


PENDLETON — Pendleton extended Baker’s losing streak to seven games Monday with a 10-0 nonleague softball win at Pendleton.

Baker managed just one hit, a first-inning single by Abi Smith.

The Bulldogs had just one other baserunner during the afternoon, when Taylor Ellis walked in the fourth inning.

Baker opens Greater Oregon League play Friday by hosting Ontario in a doubleheader at the Baker Sports Complex. The first game begins at 3 p.m.

Baker                            0   0   0   0   0 —   0

Pendleton                    3   0   5   1   1 — 10

     Howerton, Shankle (5) and Ellis. LP — Howerton.

      Baker hits — Smith. Baker RBI — none.


BHS BASEBALL: Bucks top Bulldogs


PENDLETON — Pendleton jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning then held Baker off for a 7-3 nonleague baseball win Monday at Bob White Field.

The Bucks scored all four runs with two outs.

“It was kind of like we weren’t really ready to play,” said Baker coach Dan Blankenship.

“But, the kids battled back. Take away that first inning and it was a good game.”

Baker cut the deficit to 4-1 in the third inning. Dan Stinson doubled and scored on a double by Mason Cline.

Then, down 7-1, the Bulldogs tallied twice in the sixth.

Dillon Blankenship walked and advanced on Kody Younger’s single. Both scored on a double by Chace Dixon.

Younger was Baker’s starting pitcher, taking the loss.

The Bulldogs travel to Burns for a single game this afternoon.

Baker                             0   0   1   0   0   2   0 — 3

Pendleton                     4   0   0   3   0   0   x — 7

     Younger, Custer (3), Cline (5) and Mespelt. LP — Younger.

      Baker hits — Cline, Blankenship, Younger, Custer, Dixon 2, Stinson. Baker RBI — Cline, Dixon 2.

      2B — Cline, Dixon, Stinson.


Bulldogs bury Weiser

By Gerry Steele

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Four Baker pitchers combined to throw a 0ne-hit shutout against Weiser Saturday.


BHS SOFTBALL: Caldwell sweeps Bulldogs


By Gerry Steele

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Caldwell used a pair of big innings to sweep Baker in a nonleague softball doubleheader Tuesday at the Baker Sports Complex.

The Cougars scored six runs in the top of the seventh inning of opener to rally for a 9-5 win, then used a 5-run fourth inning in Game 2 to hand Baker an 8-5 loss.

In Game 1, Caldwell built a 2-0 lead after two innings before Baker rallied with four runs in the third inning.

Taylor McAdams had a bases-loaded RBI single to drive home one run. The other runs scored on errors.

Then, after Caldwell cut Baker’s lead to 4-3, the Bulldogs added a single run in the sixth.

Juliana Delatorre opened the inning with a double and later scored on Sierra Howerton’s sacrifice fly.

Caldwell then used five hits, two Baker errors and three walks to score six times in the top of the seventh.

In Game 2, Baker took a 3-0 lead in the third inning when Howerton hit a solo home run and Darion Grove added a two-run blast.

Caldwell answered with five runs in the top of the fourth on three hits, two walks, a hit batter and an error.

Courtney Raley’s RBI single in the fifth inning pulled Baker to within 5-4.

But, again Caldwell answered, scoring three runs on three hits in the sixth.

McAdams had an RBI single in the bottom of the seventh.

First game

Caldwell           1   1   0   0   1   0   6 — 9

Baker                 0   0   4   0   0   1   0 — 5

     Howerton and Ellis. LP — Howerton.

      Baker hits — Howerton 2, Smith, Grove, McAdams 2, Davis 2, Delatorre. Baker RBI — Howerton, McAdams.

      2B — Howerton, McAdams, Delatorre.

Second game

Caldwell            0   0   0   5   0   3   0 — 8

Baker                 0   0   3   0   1   0   1 — 5

     Shankle, Howerton (4) and Ellis. LP — Shankle.

      Baker hits — Raley 3, Averett 2, Howerton 2, Grove, Davis, Delatorre, Smith, McAdams. Baker RBI — Raley, Howerton, Grove 2, McAdams.

      2B — Raley, Howerton. HR — Howerton, Grove.


BHS BASEBALL: Bulldogs sweep Scappoose


By Gerry Steele

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Baker evened its nonleague baseball record at 1-1 Monday with a 10-1 thumping of Scappoose at the Baker Sports Complex.

Scappoose (4-6) arrived in Baker City after losing two games at Ontario and sweeping two games from La Grande.

Baker, which lost earlier to Weiser, played much better, according to coach Dan Blankenship.

“We swung the bats well, and ran the bases much better,” Blankenship said.

“The kids have put a lot of time into getting better after the Weiser game."


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