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Wallowa tops Spartans

Wallowa pulled away from Pine-Eagle in the second half Friday, spoiling the Spartans’ Homecoming with a 58-26 Old Oregon League football win at Halfway.

Baker runners second at La Grande

Baker’s boys and girls cross country teams each placed second Saturday at the Dry Side Shoot Out meet at Eastern Oregon University in La Grande.

Baker soccer girls lose to Ontario

Ontario scored three first-half goals and made them stand up on the way to defeating Baker 3-0 in a Special District 7 girls soccer match Thursday at the Baker Sports Complex.

Baker spikes Mac-Hi

Baker didn’t play its best volleyball against Mac-Hi Thursday, but the Bulldogs still played well enough to win.

Baker harriers take second

Baker’s boys and girls cross country teams each finished second at the 6-team Crosby Invitational Thursday at Ontario.

Baker wins La Grande net title

LA GRANDE — Baker defeated La Grande to claim the championship at the La Grande Invitational volleyball tournament Saturday.

Spartans edge PV in OT

NORTH POWDER — Pine-Eagle and Powder Valley went to war in their Old Oregon League football opener Friady at North Powder.

Baker tops Fruitland in OT

FRUITLAND, Idaho — Baker and Fruitland gave the Grizzlies’ Homecoming fans everything they could want Friday in a non-conference football game.

Bulldogs host cross country meet

Baker and La Grande battled the elements Friday afternoon during a cross country duel on Virtue Flat.

Baker harriers have fun at Seaside

Baker held its own among 2,800 cross country runners Saturday at the annual Seaside Three Course Challenge.

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