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Bulldogs open playoffs at Stayton

Baker opens the 2009 Class 4A state football playoffs Saturday, traveling most of the way across the state to Stayton High School.

Baker (8-1) enters the playoffs as the Greater Oregon League runnerup, ranked seventh in the 4A poll. The Bulldogs have qualified for the playoffs each of the past nine years, including every year under Coach Dave Johnson.

Last year, the Bulldogs lost 26-21 to Banks in the second round of the playoffs.

Bulldogs hammer La Grande

Baker tuned up for the Class 4A state football playoffs Friday with a 49-6 thumping of La Grande in the Greater Oregon League finale for both teams.

Banks beats Baker spikers

Intensity. Or the lack of it.
That spelled doom for Baker Saturday against Banks in the second round of the Class 4A state volleyball playoffs.

Baker harriers compete at state

Baker’s boys and girls cross country  teams both placed in the Top 15 at the Class 4A state cross country meet in Eugene Saturday.

Baker girls win GOL title

Baker successfully defended its Greater Oregon League girls cross country championship for the second straight year Saturday at Ontario.

Baker suffers first loss

Ontario ended Baker’s dreams of repeating as Greater Oregon League football champions, and going undefeated Friday.

Pine-Eagle ends season

Pine-Eagle knew entering its Old Oregon League football season finale at Cove Friday that it not only needed a victory, but a win by at least 19 points to advance to the state playoffs.

Burnt River girls place fourth

JOHN DAY — Burnt River’s hopes of advancing to the Class 1A state volleyball tournament came up just short Saturday at the High Desert district tournament at Grant Union High School.

Baker completes perfect GOL season

That describes Baker’s Greater Oregon League volleyball record after Thursday’s regular-season finale against Mac-Hi.

Bulldogs stay perfect in GOL

Baker moved one win away from a perfect Greater Oregon League volleyall season Tuesday with a three-set victory over Ontario at Ontario.

The Bulldogs dominated the Tigers 25-23, 25-18, 25-8 to run their GOL record to 8-0. Baker will close out the regular season Thursday at home against last-place Mac-Hi.

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