DALLAS — The South Albany High girls basketball team snapped a four-game losing streak by edging Dallas 46-43 in a Mid-Willamette Conference game on Friday.

Katie Mayhue scored 32 points for the Rebels, who held a four-point lead entering the fourth quarter and held off the Dragons.

The Rebels (6-10, 2-4) play at Corvallis on Tuesday in their next game. 

Kennedy 63, East Linn Christian 19

MT. ANGEL — East Linn Christian lost its seventh consecutive game in the Tri-River Conference setback to Kennedy. The Eagles (5-14,0-7) host Western Mennonite on Monday. 

St. Paul 36, Central Linn 28

ST PAUL — Central Linn saw its seven-game winning streak come to an end as the Cobras fell to St. Paul. 

The Cobras (13-6, 5-3) continue Tri-River Conference play against Kennedy on Monday.

Willamina 37, Santiam Christian 23

WILLAMINA — Willamina held off the Eagles in a West Valley League game. SC (6-10, 4-4) hosts Taft on Tuesday in its next WVL game. 

Junction City 63, Sweet Home 26

JUNCTION CITY — The host Tigers prevailed in the Sky-Em Conference matchup. Sweet Home (1-17, 0-5) resumes league play at Sutherlin on Feb. 2.

Salem Academy 46, Scio 15

SCIO — Salem Academy topped the host Loggers in the PacWest Conference game. Scio (3-15, 1-7) visits Jefferson on Tuesday in another PWC game.

Boys basketball

CORVALLIS — The Crescent Valley boys basketball team won its second straight contest by way of a 71-54 victory over Lebanon on Friday night. 

The Raiders were paced by AJ Sandvig and Tariq Harris, who scored 24 and 22 points, respectively.

The Warriors couldn't slow down CV's offense in the fourth quarter as the Raiders scored 27 points to Lebanon's 13. 

Offensively, Lebanon was led by double-digit scoring from seniors Brandon Gonyea (14) and Lucas Ojeda (12), and sophomore Koby Williamson (10). 

The Raiders (9-7, 4-2) travel to Central on Tuesday.

The Warriors (2-14, 1-5) host Woodburn on Tuesday.

Santiam Christian 36, Willamina 35

WILLAMINA — Santiam Christian snapped its two-game losing streak in dramatic fashion as the Eagles narrowly edged Willamina. 

Grant Carley scored a coast-to-coast layup with three seconds remaining to give the Eagles their only lead of the game. They outscored Willamina 13-2 in the fourth quarter to erase a 10-point deficit.

The Eagles (15-3, 7-2) host Taft on Monday.

South Albany 75, Dallas 44

South Albany bounced back from Tuesday's loss at Silverton with a blowout win over visiting Dallas. 

The Rebels (12-4, 5-1), who are second in the MWC behind the Foxes, host Corvallis on Tuesday. 

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Salem Academy 64, Scio 40

SCIO — Visiting Salem Academy won the PacWest Conference game over the Loggers. Scio (5-13, 4-9) resumes league play by hosting Jefferson on Tuesday.

Glide 49, Harrisburg 38

GLIDE — Harrisburg couldn’t slow down Glide as the Eagles dropped their seventh straight contest.

The Eagles (3-18, 0-6) host Coquille on Tuesday. 

Kennedy 60, East Linn Christian 56

MT. ANGEL — Kennedy held off East Linn Christian for the Tri-River Conference victory. The Eagles (7-12, 2-5) host Western Mennonite on Monday.

St. Paul 76, Central Linn 53

ST. PAUL — Host St. Paul topped Central Linn in the Tri-River Conference game. The Cobras (2-17, 0-8) host Kennedy on Monday.

Blanchet Catholic 61, Jefferson 49

SALEM — Blanchet Catholic snapped Jefferson's five-game winning streak with the PacWest Conference victory. The Lions (11-9, 5-3) host Scio on Tuesday. 


SWEET HOME — Sweet Home took first in the girls division and second in the boys at a quadrangular with Newport, Stayton and Sisters.

In the boys division, Sweet Home's Rawlins Lupoli won the 100 breaststroke (1:03.87) and 200 IM (2:08.89). Rowland Lupoli won the 50 freestyle (22.57) and 100 butterfly (55.86).

In the girls division, Lauren Yon won the 200 freestyle (1:58.27) and 500 free (5:14.86); Sarah Hewitt won the 100 backstroke (1:04.02) and 200 IM (2:22.14); Megan Hager won the 50 free (25.02) and 100 free (54.03); and Mia Davis won the 100 butterfly (1:05.13).


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