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BAKER FOOTBALL: Cline leads Baker past Payette

Bulldogs Even Record At 1-1

 


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Kathy Orr/ Baker City Herald Porter Cline, seen here earlier this season, had a solid game against Payette Friday.

By Gerry Steele

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Junior Porter Cline helped lead Baker to a 34-14 nonleague football win over Payette Friday in the Idaho city.

Cline ran for 161 yards and two touchdowns, and intercepted a pass on defense to help the Bulldogs even their record at 1-1.

“We had a lot of bright spots on both sides of the ball in each half,” said Baker coach Dave Johnson.

 


BAKER VOLLEYBALL: Bulldogs rally to defeat Emmett in tough nonconference match


By Gerry Steele

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Baker and Emmett slugged away at each other like a pair of heavyweight fighters Tuesday in a nonleague volleyball match in the Baker gym.

With the match knotted at a game apiece, Baker earned a 30-28 decision in Game 3 to turn the tide in its favor.

When all was said and done Baker came away with a 25-15, 17-25, 30-28, 25-18 victory.

“I thought we played scrappy on defense late in that third game,” said Baker coach Michele McCauley.

“I’m glad we won it. We never gave up and kept plugging away."


Rice leads Spartans romp

By Gerry Steele

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Pine-Eagle’s Jeff Rice had a career day Friday against Jordan Valley.

The Spartan junior scored eight touchdowns to lead Pine-Eagle to a 70-36 nonleague football win over the Mustangs at Halfway.


Baker girls soccer stays perfect

By Gerry Steele

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Baker’s girls soccer team already has more wins this season than all of last season.

The Bulldogs earned their second win in two starts Saturday by defeating Payette 3-1 in a nonleague match at the Baker Sports Complex.


Ravens rally past Bulldogs

By Gerry Steele

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Defending Class 4A state champion Ridgeview rallied in the second half Friday to hand Baker a 35-18 nonleague football loss at Bulldog Memorial Stadium.


Baker boys soccer tops Payette

By Gerry Steele

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Logan Valentine led a 5-goal Baker barrage Saturday as the Bulldogs handed Payette a 5-1 defeat in a nonleague boys soccer match at the Baker Sports Complex.


BAKER VOLLEYBALL: Bulldogs fall to Weiser


By Gerry Steele

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Consistency remains a problem for the Baker volleyball team.

The Bulldogs played up and down against Weiser Tuesday, falling 15-25, 25-22, 25-15, 26-24 to the Wolverines in the Baker gym.

“We played well and had good ball control in the first game,” said Baker coach Michele McCauley.


An electric atmosphere

The West team tops the East 15-6 in a Shrine All-Star Football Game delayed twice by lightning, including one bolt that hit near the football stadium


Josh Benham/WesCom News Service Baker’s Lukas Huggins, No. 8, made a major contribution to the East team during Saturday’s East-West Shrine All-Star Football Game. Huggins had a 36-yard reception that set up the East’s lone touchdown.

By Eric Avissar

WesCom News Service

During halftime of the East-West Shrine All-Star football game Saturday at Baker Bulldog Memorial Stadium, players, coaches and officials wondered if the game would even be finished.

After a lightning delay that lasted more than 2 hours — one bolt struck near the stadium — and a second lightning delay that lasted more than an hour, the West eventually persevered for a 15-6 victory.

“We were just sitting there, hanging out and waiting for the lightning to pass,” Cole Campbell of the East team said. “We were really hoping they wouldn’t call it off. We really wanted to play our last game.”

When the final lightning delay was over with 6 minutes, 55 seconds left in the third quarter, it was Boomer Fleming of Ridgeview in Redmond who took the scoreless game over with two rushing touchdowns to seal the West’s victory.

See more in Monday's issue of the Baker City Herald. 


Baker 5th in American Legion wooden bat tourney


By Gerry Steele

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Baker finished fifth Sunday at the annual Baker Wood Bats baseball tournament at the Baker Sports Complex.

Baker defeated Winnemucca No. 2, 9-5 in the fifth-place game.

Saturday, Baker lost 12-5 to Australia before tying Winnemucca No. 1 2-2 in nine innings. That game ended by time limit.

Friday, Baker split games with Winnemucca No. 2 and Milton-Freewater. Baker defeated Winnemucca No. 2, 5-2 but lost 6-3 to Milton-Freewater.

La Grande defeated Milton-Freewater 8-3 for third place.

Winnemucca No. 1 topped Australlia 5-1 for the title.

See more in Monday's Baker City Herald. 


Baker quarterback transfers to Oregon City


When Baker opens training camp for the 2014 Greater Oregon League football season it will be without senior quarterback Thomas Hamilton.

The 6-foot-3 Hamilton has transferred to Class 6A Oregon City.

A story in The Oregonian and on www.oregonlive.com said Hamilton will move to Oregon City this week and jump into the mix for the Pioneers’ starting quarterback position.

The story said Hamilton began thinking of transferring during the spring, then visited Oregon City in June.

He notified Baker coach Dave Johnson of his decision last Tuesday.

Hamilton completed 146 of 241 passes for 1,470 yards and a dozen touchdowns last season.


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