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Baker boys soccer falls

Commitment.
That’s what Baker boys soccer coach Anthony Washington would like to see more of from his Bulldog squad.
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Freese leads Baker harriers

ELGIN — Baker opened its cross country season on a high note Friday at the Mile High Trail Run at Tollgate.
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Baker defeats Grant Union

“BHS.”
Smack.
“BHS.”
Smack.
“BHS.”
Smack.
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Baker takes second at Burns

Baker won all but one match Saturday at the Burns Invitational volleyball tournament. It just so happened that that one loss came to Burns in the championship match.
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Fruitland spikes Bulldogs

Baker dropped a non-league volleyball match at Fruitland, Idaho, Tuesday 25-12, 25-20, 25-20.
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Spartan gridders roll

Pine-Eagle dominated Tri-Valley (Cambridge), Idaho, 34-16 Saturay in a non-league football game at Halfway.
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Tri-Valley stops Spartan spikers

The Tri-Valley Titans edged Pine-Eagle 25-11, 21-25, 25-8, 25-23 in a non-league volleyall match Friday at Halfway.
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Weiser nips Baker soccer girls

Weiser scored a pair of second-half goals to edge Baker 2-0 Thursday in a non-league girls soccer match at the Baker Sports Complex.
Baker (0-1) was playing its season-opening match. Weiser was playing its fifth game of the season.
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Baker defeats Weiser on gridiron

Baker opened its 2009 high school football season with a 20-14 non-league victory at Weiser, Idaho, Friday.
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Baker gridders excited about defending GOL title

Baker head football coach Dave Johnson sums up his preseason prognostication this way:

“We have high expectations, and we haven’t changed those expectations” since last week’s commencement of two-a-day practices, he said. “We feel good about where we’re at, both in terms of installation and personnel. We have a lot of guys who (reported) ready to go.

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