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Talbott is GOL softball top player

Led by co-Greater Oregon League player of the year Tara Talbott, Baker placed 11 players on the GOL all-league softball teams this past week.

Kaseberg wins 4A high jump

Baker senior Walker Kaseberg won the Class 4A boys high jump championship Saturday at Hayward Field in Eugene.

Briefs: Vaughan honored

MCMINNVILLE — Jackson Vaughan, a former Baker High School graduate, has been named the Northwest Conference Softball Coach of the Year for the sixth straight season.

Blankenship, Harlow honored

Baker’s keyestone combination at second base and shortstop shared Greater Oregon League player of the year honors recently when the league coaches voted on all-league selections.

Baker 14U softball wins at Fruitland

FRUITLAND — Baker Fastpitch Softball won the Bobbie Davis Memorial Tournament in Fruitland May 16-17, going 5-0. 

Baker girls win GOL track title

ONTARIO — The Baker girls won the Greater Oregon League district track and field championship May 16 at Ontario High School.

Baker preps for Douglas

A little less than a year ago Baker was sadly putting away its baseball gear after suffering a 6-5 loss at the hands of Astoria in the second round of the Class 4A playoffs.

Baker boys fall at state tennis

EUGENE — Baker’s stay at the Class 4A/3A/2A/1A state tennis tournament got off to a rocky start Thursday.

Dixon wins 1A high jump title

MONMOUTH — Powder Valley’s Trenton Dixon won the boys high jump championship Saturday at the Class 1A state track and field meet at Western Oregon University.

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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