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Baker girls stop Council

By Gerry Steele

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The Baker girls just seem to have Council’s number.

The Bulldogs traveled to Idaho Saturday and came away with a 60-54 nonleague win over the Lumberjacks. It was the second time in a week that Baker had defeated Council.


Homedale stops Baker boys

By Gerry Steele

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The results of playing three games in four days finally caught up to Baker Friday at Homedale.

The Bulldogs (6-8 overall) couldn’t maintain their momentum in the second half against the Trojans, falling 60-49 in the nonleague boys basketball game.


BHS BOYS BASKETBALL: Bulldogs clamp down on Emmett, Idaho

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Kathy Orr/ Baker City Herald Logan Sand drives for two of his 21 points against Emmett.

It’s not often that a team at the Class 3A or 4A level will go scoreless in a quarter.

But that’s exactly what happened to the Emmett boys against Baker Thursday.

Baker held the Huskies scoreless for 9:30, including the entire second period, on the way to a 61-40 nonleague win in the BHS gym.


Soda Springs tops Baker girls

By Gerry Steele

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Baker was its own worst enemy Wednesday against Soda Springs.

Soda Springs used Baker turnovers to post a 54-28 win over the Bulldogs in the championship game at the Parma girls basketball tournament.


Baker boys place seventh

By Gerry Steele

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Baker pulled out a 59-58 win over Madras Wednesday in the seventh-place game at the Sisters boys basketball tournament.


Baker boys lose pair

By Gerry Steele

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Baker will play for seventh place today at the Sisters boys basketball tournament.

The Bulldogs (4-6 overall) will play the loser of Tuesday’s Mazama-Madras game at 10 a.m.


Baker girls reach title game

By Gerry Steele

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The championship at the Parma Girls Holiday Basketball Tournament will be on the line this afternoon when Baker tangles with Soda Springs, Idaho, at Parma High School.


BHS GIRLS BASKETBALL: Bulldogs run away from Stanfield

By Jayson Jacoby

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Mat Sand was pleased with how well his Baker girls basketball team played at full speed.

And he was pretty happy with how they did standing still.

The combination of a potent fast-break offense and solid free throw shooting led the Bulldogs to a 44-23 romp over Stanfield Tuesday evening at the Baker gym.

The win ended Baker’s four-game losing streak and improved the Bulldogs’ record to 3-4.


BHS BOYS BASKETBALL: Bulldogs win 2 of 3 at North Marion tourney

By Jayson Jacoby

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Baker rebounded from an opening-round loss Thursday to host team North Marion to win two straight games at the Huskies’ holiday boys basketball tournament.

On Friday the Bulldogs broke open a relatively close game in the first half to rout Seton Catholic of Vancouver, Washington, 65-41.


BHS BOYS BASKETBALL: Bulldogs open N. Marion tourney with loss

AURORA — Baker boys basketball coach Brent Gyllenberg didn’t know what to expect from his team when the Bulldogs tipped off at 8 p.m. Thursday against No. 3-ranked and undefeated North Marion.

He was pleasantly surprised.

Baker lost 72-62 to the Huskies in their invitational holiday tournament.

But Gyllenberg was impressed by his players’ resolve after they had barely escaped Baker before a blizzard closed Interstate 84 Thursday morning, then endured a 325-mile bus ride leading to a later-than-usual game.


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