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Pine-Eagle spikes two foes

HALFWAY — Pine-Eagle swept a pair of volleyball matches Friday and Saturday on the Spartans’ home floor.

Bulldogs near perfect at Nyssa

Baker’s offense was near perfect Friday in a 53-20 non-league high school football win at Nyssa.

Baker runs at Catherine Creek

 UNION — The Baker girls finished fifth, and the boys seventh Friday at the annual Catherine Creek Scamper cross country meet near Union.

Baker girls edge Umatilla

Baker struggled its way to a 2-1 victory over Umatilla Saturday afternoon in a Special District 7 girls soccer match at the Baker Sports Complex.

Spartans nip Garden Valley

Pine-Eagle scored the winning points with 30 seconds left in the game Friday in a 56-54 non-league football win at Garden Valley, Idaho.

Baker boys soccer falls

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

Freese leads Baker harriers

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

Baker defeats Grant Union

“BHS.”
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“BHS.”
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“BHS.”
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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.

Fruitland spikes Bulldogs

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

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