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Soda Springs tops Baker girls

By Gerry Steele

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Baker was its own worst enemy Wednesday against Soda Springs.

Soda Springs used Baker turnovers to post a 54-28 win over the Bulldogs in the championship game at the Parma girls basketball tournament.


Baker boys place seventh

By Gerry Steele

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Baker pulled out a 59-58 win over Madras Wednesday in the seventh-place game at the Sisters boys basketball tournament.


Baker boys lose pair

By Gerry Steele

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Baker will play for seventh place today at the Sisters boys basketball tournament.

The Bulldogs (4-6 overall) will play the loser of Tuesday’s Mazama-Madras game at 10 a.m.


Baker girls reach title game

By Gerry Steele

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The championship at the Parma Girls Holiday Basketball Tournament will be on the line this afternoon when Baker tangles with Soda Springs, Idaho, at Parma High School.


BHS GIRLS BASKETBALL: Bulldogs run away from Stanfield

By Jayson Jacoby

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Mat Sand was pleased with how well his Baker girls basketball team played at full speed.

And he was pretty happy with how they did standing still.

The combination of a potent fast-break offense and solid free throw shooting led the Bulldogs to a 44-23 romp over Stanfield Tuesday evening at the Baker gym.

The win ended Baker’s four-game losing streak and improved the Bulldogs’ record to 3-4.


BHS BOYS BASKETBALL: Bulldogs win 2 of 3 at North Marion tourney

By Jayson Jacoby

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Baker rebounded from an opening-round loss Thursday to host team North Marion to win two straight games at the Huskies’ holiday boys basketball tournament.

On Friday the Bulldogs broke open a relatively close game in the first half to rout Seton Catholic of Vancouver, Washington, 65-41.


BHS BOYS BASKETBALL: Bulldogs open N. Marion tourney with loss

AURORA — Baker boys basketball coach Brent Gyllenberg didn’t know what to expect from his team when the Bulldogs tipped off at 8 p.m. Thursday against No. 3-ranked and undefeated North Marion.

He was pleasantly surprised.

Baker lost 72-62 to the Huskies in their invitational holiday tournament.

But Gyllenberg was impressed by his players’ resolve after they had barely escaped Baker before a blizzard closed Interstate 84 Thursday morning, then endured a 325-mile bus ride leading to a later-than-usual game.


Baker grapplers third at Muilenburg

By Gerry Steele

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Ten of Baker’s 15 wrestlers placed at the annual Muilenburg wrestling tournament Saturday at La Grande.

“Baker continues to build,” said Bulldogs’ coach Brandon Young.


Burns girls top Bulldogs

By Gerry Steele

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After a 2-0 start the Baker girls have dropped two games in a row.

Baker saw its season record fall to 2-2 Saturday after losing a nonleague game at Burns 57-40.


Baker boys edge Burns

By Gerry Steele

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Baker extended its winning streak to two in a row Saturday, handing Burns a 49-41 defeat in a nonleague boys basketball game at Burns.


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