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Baker spikers win consolation

HERMISTON — Baker came away with the consolation title at the Hermiston Labor Day volleyball tournament Saturday.


Powder volleyball splits

DUFUR — Powder Valley opened its volleyball season by dividing a pair of non-league matches with Dufur and Weston-McEwen.


King's Way tops Badgers

DUFUR — King’s Way Christian of Vancouver, Wash., doubled up Powder Valley 72-36 in the opening round of the Dufur Classic football series Friday afternoon.


Baker walkers place

PENDLETON — Two Baker City women placed in the 5K walk at the Highway to Well event Aug. 25 at Pendleton.


Area riders at pro rodeos

Several Baker City-area cowboys and cowgirls placed in their events at professional rodeos Aug. 25-26.


George Fox spikers split

NEWBERG — George Fox University split its first two college volleyball matches of the season Friday and Saturday.


Beaver punter has Baker ties

CORVALLIS — Oregon State’s sophomore punter, Keith Kostol, has ties to Baker City.


Vaughan helps Linfield win

MCMINNVILLE — Linfield rallied from a 1-0 halftime deficit to defeat Cal Lutheran 2-1 in a women’s collegiate soccer match Friday.


Baker loses volleyball opener

FRUITLAND — Baker lost its non-league volleyball opener Thursday at Fruitland, Idaho, 25-11, 25-13, 25-15.


Baker boys soccer preview

By Gerry Steele

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Baker boys soccer coach Victor Benites is hoping for continued improvement from his charges.


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