HALSEY — Central Linn High remained undefeated with a 7-2 softball win over St. Paul in a Tri-River Conference game on Wednesday.
Pitcher Kokoro Izumi had 13 strikeouts and allowed one hit in six scoreless innings to earn the win. Makenna Northern was 2 for 3 with two runs and two RBIs to lead the offense.
The Cobras (6-0, 3-0) host Perrydale on Monday in their next league game.
South Albany 14, Crescent Valley 3
Claire Angel went 3 for 3 to lead the Rebels to the Mid-Willamette Conference win over Crescent Valley.
The Rebels (3-5, 1-1) also got two hits and five RBIs from Avery Martin and two hits from Olivia Aker. Pitcher Jennifer Robinson allowed three hits in five innings, with four strikeouts.
South resumes conference play at Lebanon on Friday.
Santiam Christian 7, Willamina 6
ADAIR VILLAGE — Isabel Montoya had two hits, including a three-run double in the sixth to lift the Eagles to the West Valley League win.
Sophia Roberts was 2 for 3 and Carolyn Wilfong allowed two earned runs over five innings.
SC (3-3, 2-1) hosts Portland Christian on Thursday.
SALEM — South Salem completed a Greater Valley Conference baseball sweep with a 10-3 victory over West Albany. The Saxons also won Tuesday's opener, 4-0.
The Bulldogs (6-4, 0-2) resume conference ation on Friday when they open a two-game series with McNary at Memorial Stadium The teams play at McNary on Monday.
Corvallis 7, South Albany 5
Corvallis remained undefeated in Mid-Willamette Conference action and won the series against the host Rebels with the close win.
The Spartans (10-1, 5-0) and Rebels (0-10, 0-5) conclude the series on Friday at Taylor Field in Corvallis.
Dallas 1, Lebanon 0
DALLAS — Dallas edged the Warriors in a Mid-Willamette Conference pitching dual. The Dragons thus won the series, as they also prevailed 5-2 on Tuesday.
The Warriors (2-8, 0-5) and Dragons conclude the series on Friday at Lebanon.
Jefferson 15, Chemewa 0
SALEM — Jefferson snapped a four-game tailspin with the nonleague win. The Lions (4-5) open PacWest Conference action on Tuesday when they host Blanchet Catholic.
South Albany split the singles matches but dropped four of five doubles matches to fall 6-3 to Crescent Valley in Mid-Willamette Conference girls tennis.
Sariah Young and Pia Laumann won their singles matches.
Track and field
INDEPENDENCE — South Albany swept Central in a Mid-Willamette Conference dual. The boys won 72.50-71.50; the girls prevailed 77.50-53.50.
Logan Whittaker won the boys high jump (6-2) and triple jump (39-11½) for South.
Other event winners were Eli Nafziner in the 100 (11.86); Kale Mayhue in the 400 (56.90); Bradley Johnston in the 800 (2:08.81); Tyler Miller in the 3,000 (9:51) and Draven True in the long jump (20-3).
Grace DeVyldere doubled in the 100 hurdles (18.90) and triple jump (29-0.50) and Jasmine Alejandre won the 1,500 (5:44) and 3,000 (12:29) to pace the girls.
Other winners were Annie Taylor in the 300 hurdles (54.75); Kaimana Caspino in the shot put (32-9½); Makayla Kyle in the javelin (89-1); Katie Mayhue in the long jump (16-4) and Keyanie Guyette in the pole vault (9-6).
Paul, Forrest lead Bulldogs
SALEM — Aiden Paul and Tiffany Forrest each won two events to lead West Albany in a Greater Valley Conference dual at South Salem.
Paul won the boys shot put (personal-best 47-7½) and discus (128-7) and Forrest took the girls long jump (16-5¾) and triple jump (35-5).
Other West boys winners were Owen Halsey (200) and Alejandro Munoz (110 hurdles) and girls winners Emily Stefan (100), Megan Adamec (400), Annie Berry (3,000), Sydney Beers (100 hurdles) and Alyssa Walls (discus). Walls was also second in the shot put and javelin.
South Salem won both duals, 98.5-45.5 on the boys side and 76-65 on the girls.