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Baker baseball clinches post-season berth

By Gerry Steele

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Baker clinched a post-season baseball berth Saturday after sweeping Ontario 8-0 and 13-4 in a Greater Oregon League doubleheader at the Baker Sports Complex.

Baker (7-1 in the GOL) can finish no worse than second place in the GOL race with four games remaining in the regular season.


Baker girls win Dive & Dash

By Gerry Steele

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Baker won the girls team championship, and placed third in the boys standings Sunday at the annual Baker Dive & Dash swim meet at Sam-O Swim Center.

The girls outdistanced six other teams to claim their title.

Six Baker swimmers, and two from La Grande with Baker ties, claimed high-point honors in their age divisions.


BAKER BOYS GOLF: Bulldogs place second

Baker just can’t seem to get past Pendleton in boys golf.

For the third consecutive tournament Monday, the Bulldogs finished second to Pendleton in the team standings.

This time the Bulldogs shot a score of 332 to take second at the Baker Invitational at Quail Ridge Golf Course. Pendleton won the team title with a score of 324.


BAKER TENNIS: Baker, Pendleton divide

By Gerry Steele

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Baker split a nonleague tennis match against Pendleton Monday at the Ash Grove Complex.

Baker swept the boys half of the action 4-0, but lost the girls varsity play 3-2.


BAKER SOFTBALL: Baker splits with La Grande

By Gerry Steele

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Baker and La Grande split a pair of Greater Oregon League softball games Monday at La Grande.

Baker edged the Tigers 4-3 in the opener before La Grande took the second game 8-2.

The split leaves Baker 3-3 in GOL play a game ahead of the Tigers for second place.


BAKER SOFTBALL: Baker drops pair to Mac-Hi

By Gerry Steele

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The Baker softball team suffered both ends of the spectrum Saturday in its Greater Oregon League doubleheader with Mac-Hi at the Baker Sports Complex.

In the first game, Baker managed just one hit in a 17-0 five-inning loss.

In Game 2, the Bulldogs battled from behind to force extra innings before falling 6-3 in nine innings.


BAKER BASEBALL: Bulldogs sweep Mac-Hi

By Gerry Steele

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Caleb Custer and Taylor Gulick each threw a complete-game win Saturday as Baker swept Mac-Hi 9-4 and 12-0 in a Greater Oregon League baseball doubleheader at the Baker Sports Complex.


BAKER SOFTBALL: Bulldogs rally past Fruitland

By Gerry Steele

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Baker’s Dani McCauley was not to be denied Thursday.

The Bulldog sophomore blooped a two-out eighth-inning single over the Fruitland secondbaseman’s head to score Sally Mary Blair from second base to give Baker a 3-2 nonleague softball win at the Baker Sports Complex.


BAKER BASEBALL: Bulldogs stop Burns

By Gerry Steele

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Baker overcame extremely windy conditions, including gusts in the mid-30s, to hand Burns a 9-5 nonleague baseball defeat Tuesday at the Baker Sports Complex.


BAKER TENNIS: Baker stops Weiser

WEISER — Baker tennis teams defeated Weiser 6-2 Saturday in a nonleague match at Weiser.


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