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BHS BASEBALL: Bulldogs spending spring break in Arizona

By Gerry Steele

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The Baker High School varsity baseball team will spend spring break with the professional teams of the Cactus League in the Phoenix, Arizona, area.


BHS TENNIS: Bulldogs open season at Bucks

By Gerry Steele

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Baker’s boys and girls tennis teams opened their season Tuesday in a nonleague match at Pendleton.

The boys team dropped a 4-1 decision while the girls tied Pendleton 4-4.


BHS SOFTBALL: Baker bats stay silent too long in loss to Emmett

By Gerry Steele

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Baker’s bats took too long to heat up Monday in an 8-4 season-opening nonleague softball loss to Emmett at the Baker Sports Complex.


Baker High School looking for coaches for several sports

Baker High School is looking for four new varsity coaches for the 2015-16 school year.

Boys basketball coach Joel Richardson, girls soccer coach  Kris Pepera, volleyball coach Michele McCauley and cross country coach Mike Knutson will not return for another year.

The Baker 5J district has begun the process of advertising for the positions.


Girls Class 1A state basketball tournament begins today at Baker High School

THURSDAY'S GAMES

• Damascus Christian 49, Adrian 35

• Condon/Wheeler 54, Chiloquin 38

• Country Christian 61, Elkton 38

• North Douglas 56, McKenzie 28

 

FRIDAY'S GAMES

CONSOLATION SEMIFINALS 

• Adrian vs. Chiloquin, 9 a.m.

• Elkton vs. McKenzie, 10:45 a.m. 

CHAMPIONSHIP SEMIFINALS 

• Condon/Wheeler vs. Damascus Christian, 1:30 p.m.

• Country Christian vs. North Douglas, 6:30 p.m. 

Tickets are $7 per two-game session for adults, or $4 per students.

Tickets for the semifinals and finals sessions are $8 for adults and $5 for students.

Doors open one hour before each session begins. 

A pass for the entire tournament costs $60 for adults, or $30 for students.

 


Day 1 at the boys Class 1A basketball tournament at Baker High School

WEDNESDAY'S GAMES 

• Horizon Christian (Hood RIver) 59, Crosshill Christian 44

• Nixyaawii 51, Hosanna Christian 46

• Siletz Valley 45, Yoncalla 43

• Country Christian 50, Sherman 40

THURSDAY'S GAMES

CONSOLATION SEMIFINALS

• Hosanna Christian 45, Crosshill Christian 39

• Yoncalla 58, Sherman 53

FRIDAY'S GAMES

CHAMPIONSHIP SEMIFINALS 

• Nixyaawii vs. Horizon Christian, 3:15 p.m.

• Siletz Valley vs. Country Christian, 8:15 p.m. 

SATURDAYS GAMES

CONSOLATION FINAL— 4th/6th PLACE

• Hosanna Christian vs. Yoncalla, 10:45 a.m.

Tickets are $7 per two-game session for adults, or $4 per students.

Tickets for the semifinals and finals sessions are $8 for adults and $5 for students.

Doors open one hour before each session begins. 

A pass for the entire tournament costs $60 for adults, or $30 for students.

  


Baker City sisters compete at state Elks Hoop Shoot contest

Jozie Ramos, middle, and her sister, Jayme, with Doug Riggs of the Baker Elks Lodge at the state Elks Hoop Shoot contest in Milwaukie on Feb. 14.

Two Baker City sisters competed in the state Elks Hoop Shoot Contest Feb. 14 in Milwaukie.

Jayme Raymos finished third in the 12-13-year-old age group.

Her younger sister, Jozie, placed fourth in the 8-9-year-old age group.


BHS GIRLS BASKETBALL: Baker plays 'balanced' game to advance in Class 4A playoffs

By Gerry Steele

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Baker picked a great time to play its best all-around game of the season Saturday against Stayton.

The Bulldogs (11-14) were balanced in almost every aspect of the game on the way to a 54-45 win in the Class 4A girls basketball play-in game at BHS.

Baker travels to top-ranked Sutherlin (24-0) Saturday in the opening round of the Class 4A state playoffs. Game time was not set in time for this story.


BHS BOYS BASKETBALL: North Marion ends Bulldogs' season

By Gerry Steele

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It’s obvious that to win in any sport you have to have more points than your opponent.

That not only applies at the end of the game, but during the action as well.

Baker (14-12) found that out the hard way Friday, losing a Class 4A state boys basketball play-in game to North Marion 65-59 at BHS.


BHS WRESTLING: Three Bulldogs advance at state tournament

PORTLAND —Three Baker wrestlers advanced on the championship side of the bracket in their weight divisions today at the Class 4A state tournament at Memorial Coliseum.


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