The Lebanon High girls basketball team extended its winning streak to 10 games and the Warriors now stand alone atop the Mid-Willamette Conference standings with two weeks left.
After starting last week a half game back of Silverton, the Warriors took the conference lead with wins over the Foxes and South Albany.
Lebanon (11-1), which now holds the tiebreaker with Silverton (11-2), plays at Central on Tuesday and hosts West Albany on Friday.
Corvallis (9-4) sits in third place after winning its two contests against Dallas and West. The Spartans host the second-place Foxes on Tuesday and have a nonconference matchup with Churchill on Friday.
Crescent Valley (8-4) is fourth after dropping its lone contest to Central last week. The Raiders’ schedule eases up this week as they play South and Dallas.
The Bulldogs (5-8) split in last week's action, defeating the RedHawks but falling to the Spartans. They have a pair of road games this week, traveling to North Salem and Lebanon.
South Albany (0-12) remains winless in league after losses to West and Silverton. The RedHawks host CV and Central on Tuesday and Friday, respectively.
Silverton (12-1) widened its lead in the Mid-Willamette Conference race as the Foxes hold a full two-game lead with three games remaining.
Corvallis (10-3) dropped a crucial game to West Albany (52-47) on Thursday that put the Spartans two games behind Silverton. While the Spartans play at Silverton on Tuesday, even with a win they would need the Foxes to lose another game to have a chance at the league title. CHS won the first matchup with Silverton, 87-81.
South Albany (8-4) sits in third place after splitting a pair of games last week. The RedHawks play two on the road this week as they travel to Crescent Valley and Central.
The Bulldogs (7-6) shook up the standings last week with their win over the Spartans and now ride a three-game win streak. They have contests against North Salem and Lebanon at home this week.
Crescent Valley (6-6) dropped its lone game last week to Central. The Raiders host South and Dallas this week.
Lebanon (0-12) remains the lone team in conference play without a league win.
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Corvallis finished sixth as a team and was led by Alex Barth in 16th place.
Dylan Hyde was 34th, Sam Jordan 37th, Thomas Harris 45th, Marley DeBrito 49th, Jacob Thompson 54th and Colton Kalmar 66th. Mads Kent also competed.
CV was eighth as a team and was led by Aiden Richards in 41st place. Charlie Benning was 51st, Will Benning 55th and Max Sisson 67th.
West Albany’s Ethan Pohlschneider was 30th.
On the girls side, CV finished sixth and CHS seventh in the team standings.
Molly Card led the Raiders in 30th place with Katie Folgate 31st, Elizabeth Hodgert 43rd, Eleanor Nielsen 47th and Katie Olsen 50th.
Christina Lundahl led the Spartans in 32nd, followed by Isabella Gambatese in 36th, Emma Slayden in 42nd and River Ribeiro in 49th.