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Baker's dozen heads to 4A track

ONTARIO — A dozen Baker track and field athletes qualified for this weekend’s Class 4A state meet by placing first or second in their events Saturday at the Greater Oregon League district meet at Ontario.
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Baker baseball splits GOL finale

Baker ended its Greater Oregon League regular season baseball campaign by splitting a doubleheader at Ontario Thursday. The Bulldogs lost the first game 9-8 then rebounded to win the second game 18-11.
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Baker sends four to state tennis

Back and forth.

Smash and volley.

Lob after lob after lob.

 

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Petry qualifies for state

Courtney Petry will be the lone Baker girls tennis player advancing to next week’s state tournament.
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Baker golfers to state

The Baker girls team and two Baker boys will travel to the west side of the state Monday and Tuesday to compete at state golf tournaments.
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Four advance to 1A state meet

Two Powder Valley Badgers, one Pine-Eagle Spartan and one Huntington Loco qualified for the Class 1A state track and field meet Saturday.
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Baker track sweeps invitational

Baker swept the boys and girls team championships at the Baker Invitational track and field meet Friday at BHS.
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Baker softball sweeps La Grande

Baker tighthened up the Greater Oregon League softball race Saturday by sweeping eighth-ranked La Grande 4-2 and 10-7 at La Grande.
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Bulldogs win GOL baseball title

There was plenty of joy in Bulldogville Saturday.

That’s because the Bulldogs swept La Grande 6-1, 6-2 to claim the Greater Oregon League baseball championship at the Baker Sports Complex.

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Baker tennis tops Burns

Baker had little trouble defeating Burns in a boys and girls tennis match Thursday at Burns.
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