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Baker softball is young

By Gerry Steele

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Young and untested.

That’s how Baker softball coach Al McCauley described this year’s version of his ball club.

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Baker golf shoots for return to state

By Gerry Steele

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If Baker golf coach Mike Long is any kind of psychic his Baker boys team could be lookng at a Class 4A state championship this spring.

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Baker baseball has new coach

By Gerry Steele

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Earlier this school year Dan Blankenship stepped down as Bulldogs baseball coach to be able to follow son Derek’s final season at George Fox.

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Baker softball finishes 1-3

By Gerry Steele

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A young Baker softball team gained more than its share of experience Monday and Tuesday, playing four games at a tournament at the Baker Sports Complex.

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Baker baseball wins two of three

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Baker opened its high school baseball season Monday and Tuesday by winning two of three games at a tournament at the Baker Sports Complex.

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Baker tennis falls to Parma

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Parma is annually one of the toughest high school tennis teams in Idaho.

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Baker softball outslugs Nyssa

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Baker opened its high school softball season more like a football season Friday at Nyssa.

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Homedale routs Baker softball

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What a difference a day makes.

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Columbia Christian wins boys crown

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Horizon Christian came up short for the second straight year in the Class 1A state boys basketball championship game.

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Condon/Wheeler wins girls title

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Condon/Wheeler got a measure of revenge Saturday by defeating Damascus Christian 57-52 in the Class 1A state girls basketball championship game at Baker High School.

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