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Baker girls soccer team beats Pendleton, 3-1

Baker High School’s girls soccer team overcame some rough play and turned aside a penalty kick late in the game to earn a road victory over Pendleton Tuesday, 3-1.

“It was a rough game,” said coach DeeDee Clarke. “There were very aggressive girls both ways.”

Ashley Shively and Dallas Defrees opened the scoring by teaming up on a corner kick. Shively earned the assist and Defrees put the ball in the net with one touch from her left foot.

“It was a pretty goal,” Clarke said.

Shively upped the margin to 2-0 late in the first half when, after a Pendleton foul, she lofted a ball from about midfield that went just over the goalkeeper’s head and into the net.

“That,” Clarke said, “was beautiful.”


Baker girls shut out Umatilla, 8-0

Freshman Maggie Harlow leads the way with four goals


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Freshman Maggie Harlow, shown during an earlier game against Weiser, Idaho, led Baker to an 8-0 Special District 7 girls soccer victory over Umatilla Saturday. Harlow scored four goals on seven shots in the win at the Baker Sports Complex. (Baker City Herald/Kathy Orr)
Freshman Maggie Harlow scored four goals to lead Baker to an 8-0 Special District 7 girls soccer win over Umatilla Saturday at the Baker Sports Complex.

Harlow scored her goals on seven shots. She also added an assist.

Dallas Defrees chipped in two goals and two assists. Callie Baxter and Mackenzie Warner each added a goal.

“The girls played a good game,” said Baker coach DeeDee Clarke. “They were passing well and moving well.”

Clarke said the team had had a good week despite learning that senior Julia Vaughan has been lost for the season after suffering a torn ACL in her knee two games earlier.

“It’s been a good week,” Clarke said. “The girls have been up, and have been working hard. Whether it’s for Julia, or for themselves, they’ve decided to go for the district title.”


Baker wins battle of Bulldogs

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Steven Talbot scored two touchdowns on short runs for Baker Friday in a 33-6 non-league football win over Nyssa. (Baker City Herald/Kathy Orr)
Baker spotted Nyssa an early touchdown then rolled to a 33-6 victory in a non-league football at Bulldog Memorial Stadium Friday evening.

Nyssa’s Kyle Schoorl raced 77 yards two minutes into the game for a score that gave Nyssa a 6-0 lead. That score stood until early in the second quarter.

“The boys did some great things,” said Baker coach Dave Johnson.

“They played very well defensively with the exception of the first five minutes.”

As they did in the first two games, penalties again hurt the Bulldogs early. Baker was assessed 50 yards in penalties in the first half Friday.

“The kids are anxious,” Johnson said. “We just have to stay focused.”

Baker took the lead for good three plays into the second period. Steven Talbot did the honors, scoring on a 2-yard run. Jordan Harlow’s conversion kick gave Baker a 7-6 lead.


Baker girls tie with Weiser

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Baker forward Jeff Hurst, right, battles Weiser’s Will Grindstaff for the ball during a soccer match Tuesday afternoon at the Sports Complex. Weiser won, 10-0. (Baker City Herald/Kathy Orr)
WEISER, Idaho — Coach DeeDee Clarke was pretty sure even a sluggish performance was going to be good enough to earn the Baker girls soccer team a win Tuesday.

And she was right — until the very last kick of the match.

The referee called a penalty on Baker and awarded Weiser a direct kick.

A Weiser player converted the kick to tie the score at 2-2.

Then the referee blew the whistle to end the match.


BHS volleyballers lose to Burns

Baker High School’s volleyball team dropped a three-game match to Burns Tuesday.

The scores were 13-25, 23-25, 15-25.

“We had a rough match tonight,” said Baker coach Marcy Hayes. “We were outplayed tonight. Burns is a tough team and you have to be playing your best volleyball to beat them. We were not always playing our best volleyball.”


Bulldogs drop opener

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Baker running back Chad Adams, right, gained short yardage in the first quarter against Weiser Friday. (Baker City Herald/Kathy Orr)
For the second week in a row, penalties and an inability to move the ball in the “red zone” hurt Baker in non-league football action. A week earlier, the Bulldogs were able to overcome those problems for a win at Parma, Idaho. But, Friday at Bulldog Memorial Stadium, Baker fell 20-6 to visiting Weiser, Idaho.

“I thought we moved the ball pretty well, we just didn’t finish,” said Baker coach Dave Johnson.


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Volleyballers play well at Burns

BURNS — Baker swept its pool play, then split two bracket matches Saturday at the annual Burns Invitational volleyball tournament.

In pool play Baker defeated Crane 25-7, 25-17, split with Madras 20-25, 25-6, then topped Vale 25-15 and 25-17.

In bracket play the Bulldogs stopped Nyssa 25-15, 25-11 then lost to Cascade Christian 21-25 and 18-25.

Tara Talbott was 34-of-44 hitting with 20 kills, Andrea Wilson was 55-of-59 serving with an ace, Whitney Phillips had 7 point blocks


Baker runners do well at Hermiston

Baker’s cross country runners had a solid first outing Friday at the annual Hermiston Invitational. Both the boys and girls teams placed third in the meet.

“I’m very excited about where our boys are,” said Baker coach Suzy Cole.

“Trevor Freese, our No. 1 runner, ran a very competitive race. He ran a great time compared to last year’s meet.”

Cole said Jake Sandefur and Kristian Krohn also ran well.

“Jake ran right with Trevor the majority of the race,” Cole said. “And Kristian had a great first 1.5 to two miles.


Baker’s shutout win over Weiser may prove costly

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Baker’s Julia Vaughan, in white jersey, scored one goal in the Bulldogs’ 6-0 victory over Weiser, Idaho, Thursday at the Baker Sports Complex. Vaughan then injured her knee and her season status is uncertain, according to Coach DeeDee Clarke. (Baker City Herald/Kathy Orr)
Baker’s girls soccer team ran its season record to 2-0 Thursday with a 6-0 victory over Weiser, Idaho, at the Baker Sports Complex.

The Bulldogs’ second shutout win could prove to be a costly victory. Baker standout Julia Vaughan injured her knee during the action and her status for the rest of the season is uncertain.


Baker girls rout Bucks

Baker City Herald/Kathy Orr
Ball distribution was one of the keys to success for the Baker High School girls soccer team’s 7-0 win over Pendleton Tuesday. Here Dallas Defrees, number 8, works to win the ball. Julia Vaughan’s four goals led the Bulldogs, while Robbie Langrell had a pair of scores and Ashley Shively netted one. Baker is set to play Weiser today at the Sports Complex. The junior varsity game is at 3 p.m. and the varsity follows at 5 p.m.


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