West Albany High rallied in the fourth quarter to knock off Corvallis for the second time this season with a 52-47 Mid-Willamette Conference boys basketball road win on Thursday night.
Luke Killinger scored 17 points and TJ Zimmerman chipped in 10 for the Bulldogs, who outscored the Spartans 19-10 in the final eight minutes.
Channon Schuerger added nine points for West.
Jasper Reinalda led all scorers with 23 and Isaac Gabriel chipped in 13 points for the Spartans, who lost for the first time in five games and fell two games back of conference-leading Silverton.
Corvallis led 13-10 after the first quarter and 29-24 at the half.
West (9-12, 7-6) will look to stretch its win streak to four at home against North Salem on Tuesday.
CHS (11-8, 10-3) is at Silverton on Tuesday.
South Albany 85, Lebanon 52
LEBANON — Kenyon McGlothan scored 22 points while Evan Benson added 12 and Ayden Foster chipped in 10 as the healthier RedHawks bounced back from Tuesday’s loss.
South ended a two-game losing streak to improve to 16-4 overall and 9-4 in the Mid-Willamette Conference.
The RedHawks head to Crescent Valley on Tuesday, the third of four straight road games.
Lebanon (3-15, 0-12) hosts Central on Tuesday.
Philomath 53, Cascade 36
TURNER — The Warriors avenged an earlier loss to the Cougars and moved into a tie for third with Sisters in the Oregon West Conference standings.
Philomath (12-8, 4-5) will host Sisters on Friday.
Coming off a big win at Silverton on Wednesday, the Lebanon girls didn’t have a letdown in a 65-40 Mid-Willamette Conference win over South Albany.
Lebanon (16-3, 11-1), which has won 10 straight, has a half game lead over Silverton. The Warriors are at Central on Tuesday.
South falls to 5-16 overall and 0-12 in the MWC. The RedHawks are home against Crescent Valley on Tuesday.
Corvallis 58, West Albany 46
The Spartans ran their winning streak to three games and moved a half game ahead of idle Crescent Valley for third place in the MWC.
Corvallis (12-8, 9-4) will host second-place Silverton (11-2) on Tuesday.
West (10-11, 5-8) had its two-game win streak snapped and is North Salem on Tuesday.
Philomath 56, Cascade 34
TURNER — The Warriors cruised to the Oregon West Conference road win.
Philomath (18-3, 8-1) moved back into a tie for the conference lead with Stayton, which won on Wednesday.
The Warriors will host Sisters on Friday.
Alsea 56, Crow 30
ALSEA — The Wolverines won their sixth straight game to close out the regular season with the home Mountain West League victory.
Alsea (15-8, 13-1) will now await the league playoffs.