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Baker dominates all-state football picks


The state champion Baker Bulldogs dominated the Class 4A all-state football teams much as they did with North Bend in the state title game on Dec. 1.

Baker swept the top categories.

Linebacker Trent Taylor was named defensive player of the year, quarterback Braden Phillips offensive player of the year, and Dave Johnson as coach of the year.

Other Baker players selected to the offensive first team are:

• Trent Taylor, running back

• Dane Bachman, wide receiver

• Danny O’Neal, offensive line

• Jorden Osborn, offensive line

• Grayson Swiger, offensive line

Other Bulldogs named to the defensive first team:

• Danny O’Neal, defensive line

• Jorden Osborn, defensive line

• Braden Phillips, defensive back

• Dane Bachman, defensive back

Baker also had players selected to the second team and honorable mention lists.

• Darren Dolby, second team, defensive back

• Jake Grammon, honorable mention, defensive line

• Tyler Talbot, honorable mention, linebacker

All-state teams were selected by a vote of coaches, and tallied by Andrew DeYoe of The Oregonian.


Baker wrestlers third at Elgin

By Gerry Steele

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Baker wrestlers placed third out of a dozen teams Saturday at the John Rysdam Memorial high school wrestling tournament at Elgin High School.


Fruitland nips Baker girls

By Gerry Steele

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Baker played better, but still not well enough to notch its first win of the season Friday.


Bulldogs win in OT

By Gerry Steele

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Baker boys basketball fans got their money’s worth Friday when the Bulldogs needed overtime to defeat Weiser 69-57 in the nonleague home opener at BHS.


Baker swimmers open season

By Gerry Steele

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What was scheduled as a four-way swim meet Saturday, turned into a dual between Baker and La Grande at Sam-O Swim Center.


Baker boys win opener

By Gerry Steele

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Three Baker players scored in double figures Saturday as the Bulldogs handed Payette a 50-41 nonleague boys basketball defeat at Payette.


Baker claims 4A crown

By Mike Weber

For the Baker City Herald

HILLSBORO — After Baker High School won the Class 4A Football State Championship with a 52-22 win Saturday over North Bend, there’s no doubt the Bulldog Dynasty is alive and well. 


Baker has chance for second state title in three years


By Mike Weber

For the Baker City Herald

HILLSBORO — In an amazing Class 4A state semifinal football playoff game Saturday night, the Baker Bulldogs pulled out a thrilling 35-29 triple overtime win over the Cascade Cougars on a five-yard game-winning Braden Phillips touchdown run.

Cascade (10-2) overcame a 29-13 deficit in the knockdown, drag-out battle to force overtime. The Oregon West Conference champion Cougars scored two touchdowns in 25 seconds early in the fourth quarter for the deadlock. 

Following Baker’s remarkable victory, one thing is certain: A group of Bulldogs will win the state championship Dec. 1. That’s because Baker and its championship foe, North Bend, share a mascot.

Baker (10-1), guided by coach David Johnson, will face the North Bend Bulldogs (11-1) in the OSAA/U.S. Bank/Les Schwab Tires championship game Dec. 1 at 1 p.m., again at Hillsboro Stadium.

North Bend advanced to the finals after a 29-8 semifinal win over Ontario (9-3) Saturday.


Baker heads to semis

By Mike Weber

For the Baker City Herald

SCAPPOOSE — Traveling to Scappoose to face the No. 1-ranked Indians with home field advantage and in inclement weather (rain), it certainly wasn’t ideal conditions for the ninth-ranked Baker Bulldogs (9-1) football team to pull off an upset.


Bulldogs head to semifinals

SCAPPOOSE — Baker quarterback Braden Phillips scored two touchdowns and had almost 300 all-purpose yards Saturday to lead the Bulldogs to a 22-0 victory over Scappoose in the Clas 4A state football quarterfinals.

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