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State softball tourneys come to Baker

Baker will host two Oregon Little League state softball tournaments next week at the Baker Sports Complex.

Howerton signs with Mayville St.

ONTARIO — Derek Howerton, a former Baker baseball player, has signed a letter of intent to play for Mayville State, N.D. next spring.

Baker Little Leaguers fall in semis

ENTERPRISE — Pendleton ended Baker’s stay at the District 3 Little League baseball tournament Thursday with an 18-0 defeat in the tournament semifinals.

Baker 13-year-olds third at district

Baker finished third at the District 3 13-year-old baseball tournament July 12 at La Grande, qualifying for the state tournament.

Little League loses, but still in running for district title


ENTERPRISE — Baker's Little League Majors all-star baseball team lost 8-6 to La Grande this morning, but Baker still has a chance to win the District 3 title.

Even before today's loss Baker had qualified for the semifinals by winning its first three games.

Baker, which finished second in its pool, will play Pendleton at 4:30 p.m. Thursday. The winner advances to the championship game Friday at 2 p.m. The loser is eliminated.

In today's game Thomas Hamilton had three hits, including a double, and drove in two runs.

Micah Mespelt had two hits, including a double, and one RBI, and Kyle Srack had an RBI double.

Chase Dixon and Tanner Ulrey each hit a double, Clay LeaMaster two singles, and Steven Schott and Taylor Gulick a single apiece.

 


Baker Little Leaguers secure spot in semifinals


ENTERPRISE — Baker’s Little League Majors all-star baseball team guaranteed itself a berth in the semifinals at the District 3 tournament by beating Harney County 5-1 on Monday.

The win improved Baker’s tournament record to 3-0.

Baker routed Wallowa Valley 10-0 on Saturday and Pilot Rock 16-1 on Sunday.

Baker plays La Grande at 9 a.m. Wednesday.


Baker 15-year-olds advance to state

The Baker 15-year-olds qualified for the State Babe Ruth baseball tournament Sunday despite losing 17-3 to SRV Nationals att he District 3 tournament in La Grande.

Baker enters the state tournament, July 20-25 at Ontario as the district runnerup.

To reach the title game Baker defeated SRV Americans 12-8 and lost to SRV Nationals 10-0 Thursday, topped Wallowa Valley 23-2 Friday, defeated Harney County 17-11 Saturday and 17-6 Sunday.


Diamondbacks win Wood Bat title

A week ago at the Boise American Legion baseball tournament Team Rudi averaged 14 runs a game in claiming that championship. Sunday, at the Team Rudi Wood Bat tournament, the Diamondbacks managed just two hits in the title game but still defeated Winnemucca, Nev., 6-2 for the crown.

McGinn 11th in Silver State all-around

Four Baker riders helped the Oregon team place seventh at the Silver States International rodeo last weekend at Fallon, Nev.

Team Rudi tops Pendleton, Badgers

Team Rudi continued its hot streak Saturday by sweeping Pendleton and Winnemucca at the Team Rudi Wood Bat tournament at the Baker Sports Complex.

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