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Baker girls top Ontario

Baker’s defense ignited its offense midway through the third quarter Friday. The Bulldogs then came from behind to defeat Ontario 42-37 in the Greater Oregon League girls basketball opener for both teams.

Powder boys sweep pair

Powder Valley opened defense of its Old Oregon League boys basketball title with a pair of wins last weekend.

Spartans fifth at Classic

Pine-Eagle continued its solid wrestling season Saturday, placing fifth at the Oregon Wrestling Classic in Redmond.

Baker swimmers close out home season

Baker High School swim coach Bruce Bowers got into the “swim” of things Saturday at the Baker Invitational meet at Sam-O Swim Center.

Bulldogs roll past Heppner

Baker coasted by Heppner Tuesday in its final boys basketball tuneup before entering Greater Oregon League play this weekend.

The Bulldogs (5-3) rolled to a 71-47 non-league win at Hermiston High School.

“Heppner is a good 2A team,” said Baker coach Craig Woods.

“We’d get up by 10 to 14 points and then they’d make a run at us. It was a good little tuneup for us. We could still see some little things we need to work on before Friday.”

The Bulldogs open GOL play Friday by hosting Ontario at BHS.

“Heppner is a pretty scrappy little team,” Woods said. “We missed some easy shots early. But, overall it was a solid team effort.”

Baker led 47-39 entering the fourth quarter, then outscored Heppner 24-8 the rest of the way.

Baker girls get first win

CANYON CITY — The Baker girls had had enough of losing.

After going without a win during the season’s first month, the Bulldogs broke the streak with a 45-37 win Tuesday over Grant Union.

“That was big, going into league play on Friday,” Baker coach Tim Smith said. “We needed to get a feel for what it’s like to win.”

The key sequence Tuesday was early in the final period.

Baker had squandered most of its 28-22 halftime lead by playing sluggish in the third quarter.

The Bulldogs led 34-33 after three quarters, and the Prospectors had all the momentum, Smith said.

“But then we got a couple of defensive stops, and a couple of baskets, and we won going away,” he said.

Baker outscored Grant Union 11-4 in the final period.

2009: A look at area sports fetes

The past 12 months have been a year of championships and near championships for athletic teams in Baker County and North Powder.

Spartan girls nip Council

HALFWAY — The Pine-Eagle girls basketball team gave itself an early Christimas present Dec. 23 with a 53-52 victory over Council, Idaho.

Nine Bulldogs on 4A grid teams

Baker’s Class 4A state football runnersup team placed nine players in 11 positions on the all-state teams released recently.

Baker boys defeat Burns

Four Baker players scored in double figures Saturday as the Bulldogs handed Burns a 73-66 loss in a non-league boys basketball game at Baker.

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