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Baker girls wake up to stop Pirates

It took Baker a half to get its soccer legs Friday against Riverside, but in the end the Bulldogs remained undefeated after posting a 3-0 win in the Special District 7 girls match.

The match was originally scheduled Saturday, but because many of the Bulldogs (8-0-1 overall) were scheduled to take their SATs that day the match was moved to Friday. Coupled with an emotional win at Ontario on Thursday and the Bulldogs started flat at Boardman.

“It was a little rainy, but was pretty good weather for a soccer match,” said Baker coach DeeDee Clarke. “But the girls came out real flat.

Fruitland grinds out 50-30 win over Bulldogs

Baker’s Dekker Smith, left, and Walker Kaseberg, No. 15, brought down a Fruitland runner during action at Bulldog Memorial Stadium Friday. Fruitland defeated the Bulldogs 50-30. (Baker City Herald/Kathy Orr)
Fruitland entered Friday’s non-league football game at Bulldog Memorial Stadium ranked No. 1 in their division in Idaho.

The undefeated Grizzlies had allowed opponents just nine total points in their first four games.

And Fruitland, as always, fields a never-ending stable of running backs.

Baker coach Dave Johnson and his Bulldogs knew all of the above before Friday’s game. The Bulldogs then got to see this year’s version of the Grizzlies up close in a 50-30 loss.

“They’re a good football team,” Johnson said. “But we responded most of the time to what they were doing.”

In fact, Baker scored first on the vaunted Grizzlies, and managed to pull even at 15-15 early in the second quarter before Fruitland pulled away.

“We were hanging right with them,” Johnson said. “Then we let our intensity slide a little bit.

“Although we don’t like the final results, what we got from this game with a lot of guys playing a lot are some good results we can build on.”

Cross Country

Baker girls take first among GOL teams at Ontario meet

Bulldog boys finished second among league rivals

The Baker girls finished second and the boys third Thursday at the Glen Crosby Invitational cross country meet in Ontario.

Among the Greater Oregon League teams competing in the race, Baker’s girls were first and the boys second.

Times were fairly slow atop the rolling, soft, long grass, said Suzy Cole, cross country coach at Baker High School.

Trevor Freese was the first Baker boy across the finish line. His 18:04 time was good enough for third place.

Melissa Clarke of Baker placed fourth in the girls race. Her time was 23:03.

The Baker girls’ score of 34 was 9 points better than GOL rival Ontario and 18 points better than La Grande. All five of  Baker’s scoring runners placed in the top 10.

Bulldogs remain unbeaten

There’s now only one undefeated girls soccer team in the Special District 7, and it’s near and dear to the hearts of Baker sports fans.

Baker ran its record to 7-0-1 Thursday with a convincing 3-1 victory over host Ontario, which was previously undefeated.

Freshman Maggie Harlow continued her recent goal-scoring prowess with a pair of first-half goals. After Ontario closed the deficit to to 2-1 early in the second half, freshman Shasta Overton answered with the game’s final goal to give her team a little breathing room.

Later in the second half, Overton took the ball on a turnover, got around a defender, then “unfortunately shot the ball right into the goalie’s hands,” Baker coach DeeDee Clarke said. “It was one of those things, but I liked how she was attacking the goal.”

Baker frosh/soph spikers sweep pair

Baker’s frosh/soph volleyball team swept matches from Fruitland and Ontario this past week.

Baker defeated Fruitland 25-17, 25-9, and Ontario 25-11, 25-11.

Combined statistics for the two matches include Britni Bobo 5-of-6 digging, Alyssa Ward 4-of-6 attacks with two kills, Stacy Duman 19-of-21 attacks with six kills and 26-of-27 serving, Kathryn Daugherty 17-of-18 setting and 17-of-19 attacks with three kills, Jessica McKim 9-of-10 attacks with four kills, Ashley Trees 12-of-13 digging and 10-of-11 attacks with five kills, Kaycie Kitzmiller 10-of-11 digging and 16-of-18 setting, Emily Smith 34-of-34 setting and 10-of-11 serving.

Bulldogs take second

Baker High School’s volleyball team had a quality showing at the La Grande volleyball tournament Saturday, winning seven of eight games in pool play and advancing to the championship game before losing to the host team.

In pool play, Baker topped Ontario, 25-9, Elgin, 25-18, Weston-McEwen, 25-16, Vale 23-21, Weiser 25-7, Columbia, 24-16 and Union, 25-21. The Bulldogs’ only loss during the preliminary round was to La Grande, 17-25.

Games were designed to be played to 25 points, but the teams were on a 20-minute time limit, Baker Coach Marcy Hayes said.

Rude visitors, Bulldogs dismantle Burns 62-0

Walker Kaseberg, shown earlier in the season, scored one of Baker’s seven touchdowns against Burns Friday evening. (Baker City Herald/Kathy Orr)
Nine possessions. Seven touchdowns. Toss in a pair of defensive scores, and it spells a 62-0 Baker victory in a non-league football game at Burns Friday.

Baker took the opening kickoff and drove 81 yards on eight plays for its first touchdown. Chad Adams did the honors on a 5-yard run. Jordan Harlow’s conversion kick gave Baker a 7-0 lead three minutes into the game.

The Bulldogs increased their lead to 14-0 with 1:31 left in the first quarter when Harlow connected on a 15-yard TD pass with Walker Kaseberg.

The quarter ended with Baker on top 14-0.

Bryce Banta intercepted a Burns pass on the Hilanders’ next series, setting Baker up with a first down on its own 26.

The Bulldogs needed just eight plays to find paydirt again. Steven Talbot scored the touchdown on a 10-yard counter behind the left side of the Baker line. Talbot accounted for 44 yards on the drive.

Baker stays unbeaten

The Baker High School girls soccer team remained undefeated Thursday, turning back La Grande 2-1 at the Baker Sports Complex.

Freshman left forward Maggie Harlow scored both goals for the Bulldogs, who now sport a 6-0-1 record.

“She was right where she needed to be,” said her coach, DeeDee Clarke.

Dallas Defrees got the assist on the first goal, and Kallie Baxter “crossed one beautifully” to Harlow for the second goal, Clarke said.

The Tigers got a goal back on a free kick that bounced off the post and into the net. Baker goalkeeper Kristen Hoopes had no chance to make the stop, Clarke said.

Robbie Langrell scored an apparent third goal for the Bulldogs, but the host squad was called offside on the play, negating the score. Langrell later left the game with a bloody nose.

Bulldogs get first volleyball win

Baker’s volleyball team earned its first victory of the year Thursday in the Baker gym over Fruitland.

The scores were 25-20, 25-20, 17-25, 25-19.

“We have won some games in tournaments, but we haven’t won a whole match yet this year,” said coach Marcy Hayes. “The girls worked very hard and played well tonight.”

Individual statistical leaders included Tara Talbott, 17-of-18 serving with an ace. She was also 23-for-27 hitting with 11 kills.

Savannah Daly finished 38-for-43 setting and contributed 13 assists. Annie Martin was 6-for-7 hitting and notched 3 kills.


Baker seventh-graders win, Ambassadors to play at BHS

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