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Principal describes the importance of Bulldogs’ success

Baker High School Principal Jerry Peacock lamented the fact that due to work commitments he won’t be in attendance Saturday when the Bulldogs play Phoenix in the Class 4A state football semifinals in Hillsboro.

Because of his forced absence, Peacock challenged the Bulldogs during a brief visit before Wednesday’s practice at BHS.

“I can’t be there this week,” he said. “In fact I’ll be out of state. But I want you to help get me to Corvallis in two weeks.”

A Baker win Saturday would lift the Bulldogs into their first-ever state football title game Dec. 12 at Reser Stadium on the Oregon State University campus.

Baker hosts Astoria in 4A quarterfinals

Baker will be hoping its “rubber match” with Astoria goes the Bulldogs direction Saturday at Bulldog Memorial Stadium.

The Class 4A seventh-ranked Bulldogs will host the third-ranked and defending 4A champion Fishermen at 1 p.m. in a quarterfinal football contest.

The teams have met twice before with each winning once. Baker won 28-6 in 1993, and Astoria 47-6 in 1998.

“Astoria is a good football team,” said Baker coach Dave Johnson.

“It will be a great game. It’s nice to be able to play at home. It should be a nice afternoon of football.”

Baker enters the game coming off a 23-16 win at Stayton last Saturday. In that game, the Bulldogs came from behind in the second half to improve their record to 9-1.

“The kids kept their composure and played with great determination and poise,” Johnson said.

Baker rallies to top Stayton

Baker found itself in unfamiliar territory, trailing by almost two touchdowns, early Saturday at Stayton in the second round of the Class 4A state football playoffs.

Phillips named GOL player of year

Baker senior Whitney Phillips has been named Greater Oregon League volleyball player of the year.

Bulldogs edge Stayton

STAYTON — Jesse Brown hit Trace Richardson with a 14-yard touchdown pass with 1:59 left in the game Saturday to send Baker to a 23-16 victory over Stayton in the second round of the Class 4A state football playoffs.

Bulldogs open playoffs at Stayton

Baker opens the 2009 Class 4A state football playoffs Saturday, traveling most of the way across the state to Stayton High School.

Baker (8-1) enters the playoffs as the Greater Oregon League runnerup, ranked seventh in the 4A poll. The Bulldogs have qualified for the playoffs each of the past nine years, including every year under Coach Dave Johnson.

Last year, the Bulldogs lost 26-21 to Banks in the second round of the playoffs.

Bulldogs hammer La Grande

Baker tuned up for the Class 4A state football playoffs Friday with a 49-6 thumping of La Grande in the Greater Oregon League finale for both teams.

Banks beats Baker spikers

Intensity. Or the lack of it.
That spelled doom for Baker Saturday against Banks in the second round of the Class 4A state volleyball playoffs.

Baker harriers compete at state

Baker’s boys and girls cross country  teams both placed in the Top 15 at the Class 4A state cross country meet in Eugene Saturday.

Baker girls win GOL title

Baker successfully defended its Greater Oregon League girls cross country championship for the second straight year Saturday at Ontario.

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