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Wrestling competitions officially came to an end this past weekend, but this season wasn’t a disappointment in the slightest.

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The Knights of Columbus Council #6294 of Baker Annual Free Throw Contest was conducted at Baker, Ekalaka and Plevna Schools in January. Girls and boys, ages 9-14, shot 15 free throws to determine council winners.

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The BHS wrestlers Sophia Dulin and Jacey Gorder attended the first ever solely Girls’ State Wrestling Tournament for Montana, hosted at Lockwood High School on Feb. 19 and 20.

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Thomas “Tommie” Quenzer has raced to number one on the Young Lions (Dirt) national leader board in the internationally sanctioned Legends Series.

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January 26, the Plevna Lady Cougars faced off against the Broadus Lady Hawks. After a tough game, Broadus took the win with the scoreboard reading 31 to 48. Chloe Tudor was high scorer with 10 points. Sophia Tudor and Jenna Paul both added 5 points, Jaeda Paul sunk 4 points, Hayden Lane put …

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January 26, the Plevna Cougars traveled to Broadus to take on the Hawks as the first game of the evening. Broadus won the game 48 to 55 after the exciting game. The high scorer of the game was Cooper Peterson with a whopping 14 points. Caiden Gray followed closely behind with 11 points, Tris…

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The girls basketball team traveled to Beach on Jan. 23. The varsity team had an exciting win for the weekend finishing the game with a score of 60-53. Sadly, the JV team was not as successful and had a hard fight ultimately ending with a loss with a final score of 29-44.

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On Jan. 19, the Plevna Lady Cougars competed against the Jordan Lady Mustangs in the second game of the evening. The final scores were 7 to 57. Sophia Tudor put in 3 points, Dacy Buerkle sunk 2, Jaeda Paul and Hayden Lane each put in 1.

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It’s that time of year when ice anglers and other recreationists head out to Montana’s “hard” waters for the winter season. Whether ice fishing, ice skating, hunting, snowmobiling or just taking a walk, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks staff reminds recreationists that safety should be the…

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The junior high basketball season kicked off on Oct. 16.

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On Oct. 9, the Baker Spartans attempted to protect their home turf against the Shepherd Mustangs for the Homecoming game. Audience members proudly displayed Spartan pride. Unfortunately, the game resulted in a Spartan loss with a final score of 6-30. Although the game did not turn out as hop…

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The High School physics class is currently discussing the difference between distance and displacement. Distance is measured by how far an object travels. Vectors are used to measure both direction and magnitude. They started with problems in the classroom for a mathematical approach. For th…

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Montana law allows residents and nonresidents to donate their hunting license and or special permit to a disabled military veteran or disabled active duty service member. This year, there is a higher interest among veterans to take advantage of this program, and Montana Fish, Wildlife & …

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On Sept. 18 Jordan Mustangs traveled to Plevna for a volleyball game. The 5th and 6th graders played the first two matches; the nail-biting final score of the first match was 16-14 and the second was 6-15. The 7th and 8th graders played the next two matches, ending with scores 14-25 and 21-2…

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On Sept. 11, with the thought of the devastating attacks in the back of everyone’s minds, the Baker Spartans faced off against the Glasgow Scotties.

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September 12, before the varsity volleyball game against Ekalaka, Plevna’s seniors Jenna Paul and Dacy Buerkle were recognized along with their parents for their support and involvement at Plevna School.

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As our second and third games came for our Lady Cougars, Ekalaka came ready to play. On Sept. 11, our Lady Cougars traveled to Ekalaka to play. The first junior high match was 24-26, followed by the second match with a win for our girls 25-17, the final match ended 10-15. The varsity team wa…

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Plevna school has two students co-oping with Baker for high school football. Dean Alford #72 is playing on the varsity and JV team. He plays right tackle, left tackle and left guard. Wyatt Thielen #70 plays defensive end and tackle; he also plays on the freshmen/ JV team. The next varsity ga…

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On August 28th, junior high faced off with Cirlcle first. Their first match was 3-25, followed by match #2 with a score of 10-25, the final match ended 5-15. Next the varsity team played, the first match ended with 5-25, the second was 8-25, and the final match concluded with the score of 6-…

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Get your shakers and cowbells ready. Spartan spectators make sure to get in line for your tickets because the Spartans are here to stay and ready to play. Despite the odds, school sports are back and running this school year. But there will be some new rules and guidelines before you can com…

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With a strong performance in steer wrestling and team roping Eli Lord of Rapid City won the all-around Cowboy title at the Fallon County Fair rodeo competition in Baker.

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The Champions Ride Saddle Bronc Match is on! This longest running bronc Match and first P.R.C.A. sanctioned Extreme Bronc Riding Rodeo takes place at the Home On The Range arena on Aug 1. It will look a little different, but committee members stated they are going back to basics: the best co…

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Hunters interested in purchasing licenses or permits left over from the special license and permit drawing will find a different process this year. The old process was vulnerable to long lag times, confusion, and a perception of inequity for those unable to use the first-come, first-served o…

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The Baker Blaze Babe Ruth Baseball season has come to an end. The Baker Blaze Baseball joined two Babe Ruth League’s this year - winning the League Championship in both Glendive and Miles City.

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After a season cut short by a global pandemic and state closures of public events, the Montana High School Rodeo Championships closed the 2020 season in style in Baker Saturday.

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There was a moment of silence at the 2020 Montana High School Rodeo championships for a teen saddle bronc rider who didn’t make it to the state competition.

Five Baker High School golfers competed in the 2020 Junior Golf Tournament that was held June 3 at the Town and Country Club in Miles City.

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When it comes to the state high school rodeo, the early birds may not get the worm but they do get the best parking for the week long event in Baker, according to the Fallon County Fairgrounds manager.