LEBANON — Lebanon celebrated Senior Night with an 11-1 victory over South Albany in a Mid-Willamette Conference softball game.
Ally Wessel homered, Racheal Davis had two hits and three RBIs and Kira Sneddon went the distance in the circle in their final home game.
Lebanon (10-13, 9-8) plays at CV and South Albany (5-18, 3-14) hosts Dallas on Friday in the league finale for both teams.
Harrisburg 8, La Pine 0
HARRISBURG — Harrisburg topped La Pine in the Mountain Valley Conference game for its fourth straight victory.
The Eagles (17-6, 11-3) conclude the regular season on Friday with a home game against Glide.
SALEM — West Albany clobbered North Salem 15-3 in the opener of a two-game Greater Valley Conference series.
The Bulldogs (16-9, 10-5) conclude the series and the GVC season on Thursday by hosting North Salem.
Lebanon 7, Central 3
INDEPENDENCE — Lebanon topped Central in the Mid-Willamette Conference game, evening the series at a game apiece.
It was the third victory in the last four games for the Warriors (11-12, 8-9), who conclude MWC action at Central on Friday.
La Pine 7, Harrisburg 4
HARRISBURG — La Pine topped Harrisburg in the Mountain Valley Conference game.
Caleb Prater, Brennan Erickson and William Downs had two hits each for Harrisburg. Dax Bennett drove in two runs, Adam Plant and Erickson one apiece.
The Eagles (7-15, 4-7) conclude the regular season on Friday with a home game against Glide.
CORVALLIS — South Albany's doubles teams of Elizabeth Wood and Lauren Burton and Ambri Burton and Kaylee Humphries won their opening matches at the Mid-Willamette Conference district girls tennis tournament at TimberHill Tennis Club.
The teams of Dani Chavez and Ava Cordle and Sariah Young and Sandra Montes lost close two-setters.
Rabecka Moffit and Pia Laumann lost in singles competition.
The tournament continues Thursday, with the semifinals and finals on Friday.
CORVALLIS — South Albany went 6-2 on the opening day of the Mid-Willamette Conference district meet and is tied with Corvallis and Crescent Valley after the first round.
It is the most players the Rebels have advanced to Day 2 of the tournament in school history.
Singles winners for South were Joseph Santos, Isaac Hull and Marco Reyes. Doubles winners were Colby Romviel and Armando Arreola, Ozzy Ramirez and Austin Mendoza and Nick Bohanan and Parker Romviel.
The tournament resumes on Thursday at the Timberhill Tennis Club in Corvallis.