Baker hammers Ontario 41-6 as Tigers struggle without coach

Ontario running back Jose Flores looks for daylight as a group of Baker players swarm toward him during first half action of their game Friday night. The Bulldogs used a balanced attack to hand the Tigers a 41-6 Greater Oregon League defeat. (Brandon Ragsdale/For the Enterprise)

ONTARIO – The Baker Bulldogs put the exclamation point on a tough week for the Ontario High School football program Friday night, posting a 41-6 Greater Oregon League win over the Tigers. 

Bulldog quarterback Kaden Myer stepped in after starter Spencer Shirtcliff was injured in the first quarter and ended the night 8 of 14 for 158 yards and tossed three touchdown passes as Baker took control early. 

The Bulldogs (3-1) piled up 330 yards of offense for the game, built a 21-0 lead at intermission and . . .