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Pine-Eagle welcomes back league’s top runner

HALFWAY — More depth and another year of experience has Pine-Eagle football coach Blake Dennis optimistic about the 2009 season.

“This is a group that I think can put something together,” Dennis said the Spartans.

Dennis, who has been the Spartans’ head coach since 1993, welcomed 22 players out this season.

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Badgers ready to challenge Imbler

NORTH POWDER — Powder Valley is looking to improve on it fourth-place district volleyball finish from a year ago.

To that end, Powder coach Lasa Baxter is very happy with having 20 players out for her program this fall.

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Former player takes over at Powder Valley

NORTH POWDER — Dan Townsend steps in to replace Skye Flanagan as coach of the Powder Valley High School football team this fall.

Townsend, a 1997 Powder graduate, played four seasons for the Badgers, and has been an assistant coach for Flanagan the past three seasons.

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Baker football camp a success

Baker High School football daily doubles don’t start until Monday. But, the sounds of pads popping and coaches hollering instructions still permiated the air around Bulldog Memorial Stadium earlier this week.
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Hindman Trust donates to Shriners

The 2009 East-West Shrine All-Star football game raised between $100,000 and $110,000 for the Portland hospital.
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West leads East past West

The East took a 10-0 first-quarter lead, then withstood the 97-degree heat and a West comeback to take a 17-13 victory Saturday in the 57th annual East-West Shrine All-Star Football Game at Bulldog Memorial Stadium.
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Field of Dreams takes fourth

Every athlete’s goal is to play in a championship game such as the World Series or Super Bowl. For two Baker City softball players that has happened the past two years, most recently last week at Park City, Utah.
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East wins Shrine game, 17-13

The East built a 10-0 halftime lead, then held the West off in the second half Saturday to win the 57th annual East-West Shrine All-Star Football Game 17-13 at Bulldog Memorial Stadium in Baker City.
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Baker Ruthers take fourth at state

Baker placed fourth at the North Oregon State Babe Ruth baseball tournament Saturday at Ontario.
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Baker City Junior Golf program results announced

Baker City’s junior golf program recently finished its six-week run at Quail Ridge Golf Course

July 13, Grades 1-3, Boys

1st Brenden Golar; 2nd Tommy Huntington; 3rd Isaac Nemec; 4th Gavin Curry; 5th Trenton Dowdy; 6th Payton Shirtcliff; 7th Cas Smith; 8th Spencer Shirtcliff; 9th Jack Burgess; 10th Jackson Chandler; 11th Tabor Chandler; 12th Justin Eskew; 13th Spencer Smith; 14th Rylan Kirkwood; 15th Jake Wright; 16th Logan Capon

 

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