January 4, the Lady Spartans hosted the Lodge Grass Indians, and defeated them by a score of 63- 53.
The Baker boys’ basketball team played against the Lame Deer Morning Stars Dec. 21 in Lame Deer and won 70-52.
January 4 and 5 the Baker wrestling team attended the Hettinger tournament.
December 11 the Baker Lady Spartans hosted the Ekalaka Lady Bulldogs and had their first loss, 48-57.
The Spartans played their first non-conference home game against the Ekalaka Bulldogs and won by 32 points, 65-33.
December 14-15, the Baker wrestlers traveled to Huntley Project for a tournament.
Speech and drama traveled to Glasgow for their last meet of 2012 and continued to perform very well.
The Baker BPA Chapter hosted Regionals Dec. 3 at Baker High School.
The Baker Lady Spartans traveled to Glasgow and Roundup for their first games of the season.
December 8 the Baker wrestling team traveled to Bowman for the Bowman Rotary where they took first place.
The BHS speech and drama team traveled to Shepherd for their third meet of the season and were once again victorious.
On Dec. 7, the Baker Spartans traveled to Glasgow to play their first game of the 2012-13 basketball season, and lost to Glasgow 56-42.
Lady Spartan Kylie Hadley was selected to the 2012 3B All-Conference volleyball first team.
Baker wrestlers traveled to Sidney for the dual tournament Nov. 30.
Spartans chosen for the District 3B All-Conference Football Team are:
The BHS speech and drama team traveled to Sidney for their first meet of the year.
After winning two play-off games, the Baker Spartans (10-2) traveled to Missoula last week, Nov. 10, and played the undefeated Missoula Loyola Rams in the Class B Semi-Final football game.
The Baker Spartans traveled to Glasgow for the Class B quarter-final game Nov. 3.
During the 2012 volleyball season for the Lady Spartans, the Ladies definitely played their hearts out.
One of the first round Class B playoff games was held in Baker Oct. 27, when the Spartans hosted the Columbus Cougars.
This fall two Plevna Cougars took to the highway, traveling 12 miles to play the co-op sports in Baker.
The Baker Spartans hosted the Colstrip Colts Oct. 17 for a spot in the Class B playoffs.
The Lady Spartans had a week full of games.
Even though this past week was full of Homecoming excitement, the Lady Spartans still had to concentrate on the games last week