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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.

BHS BASEBALL: Bulldogs squander lead in last inning

By Gerry Steele

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Baker has had a bad habit of not playing complete baseball games this season.

Such was the case against Columbia, Idaho, Tuesday at Nampa.

Baker played well for six innings, but fell apart in the seventh to drop a 6-5 nonleague decision.

BHS TRACK: Bulldogs collect 22 firsts at Baker Relays

Baker ran away with 22 first-place awards at the Baker Relays track and field meet Friday at BHS.

The Bulldogs hosted La Grande and Imbler in Baker’s first home meet of the season.

Dane Bachman and Michelle Lehman were double winners for the Bulldogs.

Bachman placed first in the boys high jump and long jump. Lehman was first in the girls 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles.

Other boys winners were Keith Kramer in the 110 hurdles, Jorden Osborn in the shot put, Tyson Walton in the discus, Tyler Talbot in the javelin, Teancum Taylor in the pole vault, the 4x100 relay team, 4x200 relay team, 4x400 relay team, 4x800 relay team and distance medley relay team.

Other girls winners were Allie Ferdig in the shot, Katherine Oglesbee in the discus, Monica Voboril in the javelin, Jezika Wells in the high jump, Sami Searles in the pole vault, Liz Wulk in the triple jump, the 4x100 relay team and 4x400 relay team.

Baker Relays

(Baker results)

Boys events

   110 hurdles — 1. Kramer, 20.50. 300 hurdles — 2. Kramer, 53-28. 4x100 relay — 1. Baker, 47.88. 2. Baker, 48.79. 5. Baker, 52.65. 6. Baker, 54.64. 4x200 relay — 1. Baker, 52.12. 3. Baker, 1:02.34. 4x400 relay — 1. Baker, 3:55.94. 2. Baker, 4:13.94. 3. Baker, 4:28.88. 4x800 relay — 1. Baker, 12:17.64. Sprint medley — 2. Baker, 1;50.69. 3. Baker, 1:54.07. Distance medley — 1. Baker, 13:40.0. 2. Baker, 14:14.09. 3. Baker, 14:29.92.

   Discus — 1. Walton, 138-11. 2. Talbot, 108-8. 8. Freeman, 86-7. Javelin — 1. Talbot, 156-7. 2. Osborn, 147-5. Shot put — 1. Osborn, 44-9.5. 2. Walton, 42-6.5.3. Heiser, 37-7.5. 4. Bachman, 37-5.5. High jump —1. Bachman, 6-0. 3. Taylor, 5-0. Long jump — 1. Bachman, 20-4. 5. Thamert, 16-8. 7. Jones, 16-2.75. Triple jump — 4. Thamert, 33-11.5. 5. Walton, 32-1. 6. Wong, 31-6.5. Pole vault — 1. Taylor, 9-0. 2. Jones, 8-6.

Girls events

   100 hurdles — 1. Lehman, 18.60. 2. Thayer, 202.4. 3. M. Bachman, 20.82. 5. Freeman, 22.97. 300 hurdles — 1. Lehman, 53.72. 2. Freeman, 1:05.62. 4x100 relay — 1. Baker, 55.16. 3. Baker, 57.86. 4. Baker, 1:03.0. 4x400 relay — 1. Baker, 4:39.92. Sprint medley — 2. Baker, 2:12.19. 4. Baker, 2:13.96. Discus — 1. Oglesbee, 76-4. 2. Fisher, 70-4. 3. E. Bachman, 67-0. 5. Chaves, 64-6. 6. Ferdig, 64-3. 7. Thayer, 58-10. 9. Dexter, 49-9. Javelin — 1. Voboril, 113-9. 2. Birkmaier, 91-6. 5. E. Bachman, 75-0. 8. Freeman, 62-9. 9. M. Bachman, 61-1. Shot put — 1. Ferdig, 35-3.5. 2. Chaves, 33-6.5. 3. Oglesbee, 30-0. 4. Fisher, 25-6.25. 5. Dexter, 25-3. 6. Scott, 24-5.5. 7. Freeman, 23-8.5. 8. Thayer, 22-3.5. High jump — 1. Wells, 4-6. 3. O’Neal, 4-2. Long jump — 2. McConniel, 13-9. 3. Galbraith, 13-8. 4. Richards, 13-7. 6. Hibbard, 11-8. Triple jump — 1. Wulk, 31-4. 2. Phillips, 29-10. 3. Richards, 29-6.5. Pole vault — 1. Searles, 6-6.

BHS SOFTBALL: Baker downs Weiser, 13-5

WEISER — Baker scored in all but one inning Monday on the way to a 13-5 nonleague softball win at Weiser.

Sierra Howerton led the Bulldogs with three hits, including a pair of doubles, and two RBIs. Abi Smith and Kayla Davis each added two hits and two RBIs.

Baker returns to Greater Oregon League action Saturday when the Bulldogs host Mac-Hi in a doubleheader at the Baker Sports Complex beginning at noon.

BHS BASEBALL: Hermiston blows past Bulldogs

HERMISTON — Hermiston defeated Baker 17-4 in a wind-blown nonleague baseball game at Hermiston Wednesday.

“We played in a wind storm; winds of 55 to 60 miles per hour at times,” said Baker coach Dan Blankenship.

“It was one of the more miserable games in my 30 years of coaching.”

Hermiston hammered a trio of Baker pitchers in the five-inning game.

“We were trying to save our pitchers for Saturday’s GOL games with Mac-Hi,” Blankenship said.

“They’re a good ball club, and the wind aided them a lot. We didn’t seem to get those benefits.”

Darren Dolby and Mason Cline each had two hits for Baker. Dan Stinson had a hit and two RBIs.

Baker hosts Mac-Hi in a doubleheader Saturday at noon at the Baker Sports Complex.

BHS BASEBALL: First-inning mistake costly for Bulldogs

Baker made its only big mistake early, but by then it was already too late.

An error with two outs in the top of the first gave Fruitland another chance, and the Grizzlies took advantage with a grand slam that gave them a 6-0 lead they would not relinquish.

Fruitland held on for an 8-4 win in a non-league baseball game Tuesday afternoon at the blustery Baker Sports Complex.

BHS BASEBALL: Defending state champion Ontario sweeps Bulldogs

By Gerry Steele

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Defending Class 4A state champion Ontario served notice to Baker Friday that the state title and Greater Oregon League baseball title still comes through Ontario.

The Tigers opened GOL play by sweeping Baker 8-3 and 10-1 at the Baker Sports Complex.

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."

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