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Defense leads Baker girls to win

Two games ago Baker was clinging to life support in the Greater Oregon League girls basketball race.

Baker boys head to GOL title game

Baker defeated Ontario for the fourth time this season Thursday. This time the final was 67-48 Baker in the second round of the Greater Oregon League boys basketball playoffs at BHS.

Baker trio heads to quarters

PORTLAND — Three Baker wrestlers have reached the quarterfinals at the Class 4A state tournament at Memorial Coliseum in Portland.

Powder boys win state game

NORTH POWDER — Powder Valley took another step toward defending its Class 1A boys basketball championship Wednesday, defeating Spray 81-63 in the first round of this year’s playoffs.

Baker girls win GOL playoff game

Baker accomplished several positive things Tuesday during its Greater Oregon League girls basketball district game against Mac-Hi.

Seven Baker matmen head to state

Baker will send seven wrestlers to the Class 4A state tournament Thursday through Saturday at Memorial Coliseum in Portland.

Pine-Eagle girls place third

Pine-Eagle rebounded from a disappointing opening game to earn third place at the District 7-1A girls basketball tournament Saturday.

Imbler boys take third

Imbler built a large first-half lead and went on to defeat Cove 47-32 in the third-place game at the District 7-1A boys basketball tournament Saturday.

Wallowa claims District 7 boys title

Wallowa and Powder Valley split their Old Oregon League regular-season boys basketball games. The two teams entered the District 7-1A tournament seeded one and two. So it was only natural that the teams meet for the district title Saturday evening at Baker High School.

Imbler wins District 7 girls title

Top-ranked Imbler showed Joseph why it has earned that ranking Saturday, defeating the Eagles 59-14 in the championship game of the District 7-1A girls basketball tournament at Baker High School.

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