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McCauley back for second stint

She coached the Baker varsity from 1995 through 2001, during which her teams won one GOL championship

A familiar face welcomed the Baker volleyball players to fall practices last week.

Michele McCauley returns for her second stint as the Baker coach. McCauley coached the Bulldogs from 1995 through 2001, winning the Greater Oregon League title in 1998, and placing seventh at the Class 3A state tournament in 2001.


New coach, with familiar face, will guide Bulldog runners

Tish Bloomer, a former BHS track star, replaces longtime coach Suzy Cole

For the first time in almost a dozen years the Baker cross country teams will take the course without Suzy Cole at the helm.

Cole stepped down after last season to coach the Bulldogs’ junior varsity volleyball squad. In her place will be Tish (Henes) Bloomer.


Baker girls face challenge of defending two-time championship

Baker girls soccer coach DeeDee Clarke’s team might feel like it has a bull’s-eye on its backs this fall.

“Everybody’s going to be after us,” Clarke said. “Because we’re defending champs and because we lost nine players to graduation.”


Soccer squad ready for wins

Anthony Washington is in his second year as coach of the boys soccer program at Baker High School — a job he hopes to hold for some years to come.

A year ago Washington walked into a position that had changed hands numerous times over the past few seasons, and the program had fallen upon hard times in recent years.


Johnson earns starting spot for Beavers against Vikings

Last season Grant Johnson walked on as a redshirt freshman for the Oregon State University football team.

The 2007 Baker High School graduate didn’t play in a game until playing offensive center the entire fourth quarter against Washington State Oct. 11.


Former local stars now competing at the college level

Several Oregon colleges and universities sport former Baker High  School players among their ranks.

Looking at which former Bulldogs are where:


Spartans rely on experience

HALFWAY — With four returning starters, Pine-Eagle’s volleyball squad is looking to move up and challenge for a top spot in the Old Oregon League.

“Last year we gained some experience. I’ve got four of my six starters, and one player who swung from JV to varsity,” said Cindy Plano, the third-year Pine-Eagle coach.


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.


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.


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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