The Baker girls soccer team completed its season on Saturday, April 3 by shutting out Four Rivers, 2-0, at Ontario.

Baker finished with a 4-2 record.

Baker sophomore scored in the first half to give the Bulldogs at 1-0 lead.

Sophomore Brooklyn Jaca scored for Baker in the second half, and Baker’s defense thwarted the Falcons throughout.

Baker assistant coach Christine Teegarden said she was proud of the Bulldogs’ performance on Saturday.

“Just a lot of really smart moves this game, which is a big focus this season,” Teegarden said. “Not forcing it up the field, but really methodically making smart plays and winning because of it.”

Baker won its final three games, beating Four Rivers twice and Ontario once.

With no seniors on the roster, the Bulldogs look to return to a normal fall schedule later this year with its entire team intact.

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