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Day 1 at the boys Class 1A basketball tournament at Baker High School


• Horizon Christian (Hood RIver) 59, Crosshill Christian 44

• Nixyaawii 51, Hosanna Christian 46

• Siletz Valley 45, Yoncalla 43

• Country Christian 50, Sherman 40



• Hosanna Christian 45, Crosshill Christian 39

• Yoncalla 58, Sherman 53



• Nixyaawii vs. Horizon Christian, 3:15 p.m.

• Siletz Valley vs. Country Christian, 8:15 p.m. 



• Hosanna Christian vs. Yoncalla, 10:45 a.m.

Tickets are $7 per two-game session for adults, or $4 per students.

Tickets for the semifinals and finals sessions are $8 for adults and $5 for students.

Doors open one hour before each session begins. 

A pass for the entire tournament costs $60 for adults, or $30 for students.


Baker City sisters compete at state Elks Hoop Shoot contest

Jozie Ramos, middle, and her sister, Jayme, with Doug Riggs of the Baker Elks Lodge at the state Elks Hoop Shoot contest in Milwaukie on Feb. 14.

Two Baker City sisters competed in the state Elks Hoop Shoot Contest Feb. 14 in Milwaukie.

Jayme Raymos finished third in the 12-13-year-old age group.

Her younger sister, Jozie, placed fourth in the 8-9-year-old age group.

BHS GIRLS BASKETBALL: Baker plays 'balanced' game to advance in Class 4A playoffs

By Gerry Steele

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Baker picked a great time to play its best all-around game of the season Saturday against Stayton.

The Bulldogs (11-14) were balanced in almost every aspect of the game on the way to a 54-45 win in the Class 4A girls basketball play-in game at BHS.

Baker travels to top-ranked Sutherlin (24-0) Saturday in the opening round of the Class 4A state playoffs. Game time was not set in time for this story.

BHS BOYS BASKETBALL: North Marion ends Bulldogs' season

By Gerry Steele

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It’s obvious that to win in any sport you have to have more points than your opponent.

That not only applies at the end of the game, but during the action as well.

Baker (14-12) found that out the hard way Friday, losing a Class 4A state boys basketball play-in game to North Marion 65-59 at BHS.

BHS WRESTLING: Three Bulldogs advance at state tournament

PORTLAND —Three Baker wrestlers advanced on the championship side of the bracket in their weight divisions today at the Class 4A state tournament at Memorial Coliseum.

BHS BASKETBALL: Baker boys, girls win playoff games, travel to La Grande Saturday

Both Baker teams have qualified for state playoffs; a win at La Grande would give Bulldogs GOL's top seed

BOYS: Baker 60, Mac-Hi 43 

By Gerry Steele

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It’s tough to defeat the same team three times in a season. But that’s exactly what Baker did Thursday.

The Bulldogs handed Mac-Hi a 60-43 loss in a Greater Oregon League district boys basketball game at BHS.

The win clinches a Class 4A state berth for the Bulldogs and sends Baker to La Grande Saturday for a 7:30 p.m. tipoff with the GOL’s top state seed on the line.

District hoops tournaments start Thursday at BHS

By Gerry Steele

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The District 7-1A boys and girls basketball tournaments begin Thursday at Baker High School.

Gates will open at 11 a.m.

Thursday’s girls action begins at noon with Powder Valley playing Griswold.

Thursday’s other girls game begins at 6:30 p.m. with Wallowa playing Joseph.

Thursday’s boys play begins at 1:45 p.m. with Pine-Eagle playing Powder Valley.

The other boys game begins at 8:15 p.m. with Wallowa meeting Echo.

Admission prices are $6 adults or $25 for a pass good for all games, and $4 for students between age 3 and high school or a $15 pass for all games. No other passes will be accepted.

In between sessions, Baker’s boys and girls teams will host Greater Oregon League district games.

Baker will meet Ontario at 3:15 p.m. in the girls game, and Mac-Hi at 4:45 p.m. in the boys game.

Ticket prices for the Baker games are $6 adults and $4 students. No passes will be accepted.

Friday and Saturday, district action returns to the normal schedule, beginning each day at 1 p.m. Gates will open at noon.

For team photos and rosters, see the special tournament section included with Wednesday's issue of the Baker City Herald. 

BHS SWIMMING: Baker sending 10 to swim meet

By Gerry Steele

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Ten Baker High School swimmers advanced to the Class 4A/3A/2A/1A state meet after qualifying at the Special District 2 meet last weekend at Madras.

Four boys and six girls will make the trip to Mount Hood Community College in Gresham Friday and Saturday.

BHS WRESTLING: Bulldogs send record 10 matmen to state

By Gerry Steele

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Baker set a team record for wrestlers qualifying for the Class 4A state tournament Saturday.

The Bulldogs will send 10 grapplers to state, breaking the old record of eight.

The old record was set in 2003. The Bulldogs also sent eight to state in 2010, Brandon Young’s first year as head coach.

BHS WRESTLING: Bulldogs do well at Heppner tournament

HEPPNER — Baker took about half of its team to compete at the Bank of Eastern Oregon Tournament in Heppner on Saturday.

Baker coach Brandon Young said the wrestlers who made the trip wrestled well.

“We bumped Jace Hays to 120 to get him some much needed competition and he delivered by pinning his first opponent and then defeating Mac-Hi’s Riley Chester 5-1 to reach the finals against AJ Rockwell from Riverside,” Young said.

“The first round was close but after that Rockwell was on the attack and was able to defeat Hays."

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