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Crescent Valley High improved to 4-1 in its last five games by defeating West Albany 63-51 on Tuesday in a Mid-Willamette Conference game at WAHS.

Seth King had 20 points, Wes Raab 18 to lead CV. Cam Sanders added seven points, 11 rebounds and six assists and Justin Hamilton had nine points and 11 rebounds for CV.

"We did a nice job in the post of setting up our inside-outside opportunities," CV coach Mike Stair said. "Our posts were aggressive and unselfish and we had a season-high 16 assists on 21 baskets, which is a pretty good ratio."

TJ Zimmerman had 15 points, Koby Ruiz had 13 points and Luke Killinger had 12 points for West.

CV (8-9, 6-4) plays at Corvallis and West Albany (6-12, 4-6) travels to Central on Friday in each team's next MWC game.

Corvallis 63, North Salem 60

SALEM — The Spartans won for the fourth time in their last five games by defeating the Vikings in the Mid-Willamette Conference game.

Corvallis coach Ross Duerfeldt said the Spartans built up the lead several times but the Vikings were able to fight their way back in it until the end, when a strong defensive effort preserved the win.

Roman Gabriel led CHS with 16 points and Isaac Gabriel added 11.

CHS (9-7, 8-2) hosts Crescent Valley on Friday.

South Albany 86, Ridgeview 59

REDMOND — The Redhawks took care of business in a non-conference matchup with the Ravens. 

Arthur Mercado led the way for south with 24 points. Eli Nafziger and Sam Myers both scored 15. Kenyon McGlothan added 10 points. 

South Albany (15-2, 7-2) now turns its attention to Friday's home matchup with Mid-Willamette Conference leader Silverton. 

Dallas 47, Lebanon 41 (OT)

LEBANON — The Warriors dropped an overtime heartbreaker to the Dragons in the Mid-Willamette Conference game. Lebanon (3-13, 0-1) hosts Silverton on Feb. 5 in its next game.

Monroe 77, Regis 68

MONROE — Zach Young's triple-double led the Dragons to a victory over the Rams. Young tallied 41 points, 13 rebounds, 11 assists and four steals. 

Eric Teran added a double-double, with 12 points and 10 assists. 

Dylan Irwin did a little of everything en route to nine points and 17 rebounds, five assists, and five steals.

Monroe (9-11, 4-6) travels to Oakland on Friday. 

Stayton 61, Philomath 48

STAYTON — The Warriors saw their losing streak slip to two games with a loss to the Eagles. Philomath (10-8, 2-5) hosts Sweet Home on Friday. 

Harrisburg 48, Creswell 37

HARRISBURG — The Eagles snapped an eight-game losing streak with a victory over the Bulldogs. 

Harrisburg (3-18, 1-7) hosts Santiam Christian on Monday. 

East Linn Christian 51, Lowell 44

LOWELL — ELC won the Central Valley Conference game over the host Red Devils. ELC (11-9, 6-4) hosts central Linn on Friday in its next CVC game. 

Central Linn 63, Jefferson 46

LEBANON — The Cobras won their second straight game with a victory over the Lions. 

Central Linn (12-8, 6-4) travels to East Linn on Friday while Jefferson (11-8, 8-2) hosts Regis. 

Woodburn 74, Sweet Home 40

SWEET HOME — The Huskies dropped their second straight contest with a loss to the Bulldogs in Oregon West Conference play. 

Sweet Home (13-6, 2-5) travels to Philomath on Friday. 

Amity 59, Scio 43

SCIO — The Loggers dropped their third straight game with a loss to the Warriors. 

Scio (5-13, 1-6) hosts Dayton on Friday. 

Girls basketball

The Spartans couldn't bounce back from last Friday's loss to Lebanon as they fell 45-40 to the Vikings.

Jordan Taylor had 16 points and Anna Dazey 10 for the Spartans.

Corvallis (9-8, 6-4) hosts Crescent Valley on Friday. 

Crescent Valley 55, West Albany 37

The Raiders held off the Bulldogs in the Mid-Willamette Conference game. CV (12-5, 8-2) plays at Corvallis and West (8-10, 3-7) hosts Central on Friday in each team's next MWC game.

Lebanon 61, Dallas 39

DALLAS — Lebanon cruised by the Dragons in the Mid-Willamette Conference matchup. The Warriors (14-3, 9-1) play at Silverton on Feb. 5 in their next game.

Stayton 46, Philomath 36

STAYTON — Stayton snapped Philomath's 11-game winning streak with the Oregon West Conference win.

The Warriors (16-3, 6-1) will try to start a new winning streak on Friday when it hosts Sweet Home in another OWC game.

Harrisburg 31, Creswell 13

HARRISBURG — The Eagles bounced back from last Friday's loss to Pleasant Hill with a victory over the Bulldogs. 

Harrisburg (14-7, 4-4) hosts Santiam Christian on Monday. 

Woodburn 54, Sweet Home 39

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SWEET HOME — Woodburn topped the Huskies in the Oregon West Conference matchup. Sweet Home (1-17, 0-7) travels to Philomath on Friday in its next OWC game.

Monroe 55, Regis 23

MONROE — Kyndal Martin had 16 points, Peyton Bodi 10 as the Dragons eased to the Central Valley Conference victory.

Monroe (18-2, 10-0) resumes league play at Oakland on Friday.

Central Linn 55, Jefferson 28

HALSEY — Central Linn won its third game in a row by topping Jefferson in a Central Valley League game.

Colleen McLaughlin had 18 points and Jessica Neal had eight points, seven assists, five steals and four rebounds for the Cobras. Kayla Bruce led Jefferson with 11 points. 

The Cobras (17-4, 7-3) play at East Linn Christian and Jefferson (4-14, 2-8) hosts Regis on Friday in each team's next CVC game.

Amity 56, Scio 27

SCIO — The Loggers saw their losing streak extend to nine games with a loss to the Warriors. 

Scio (1-18, 0-7) hosts Dayton on Friday. 

Lowell 38, East Linn Christian 34

LOWELL — The Eagles dropped their second straight contest with a loss to the Devils. 

East Linn (11-9, 5-5) will look to bounce back against Central Linn on Friday. 

Alsea 41, Triangle Lake 25

ALSEA — The Wolverines upped their winning streak to three games with a win over the Lakers. 

Alsea (12-8, 10-1) hosts Mapleton on Thursday. 

Pleasant Hill 37, Santiam Christian 31

ADAIR VILLAGE — Audrey Miller had 14 points and Josie Risinger added seven for the Eagles in the Mt. Valley Conference loss. The Eagles (8-11, 3-4) play at Creswell on Friday in their next game. 

Swimming

West Albany swept Crescent Valley in a Mid-Willamette Conference dual at the Albany Community Pool. The West boys won 120-50; the girls prevailed 87-83.

Event winners for the West boys were Kieran Van Horsen (100, 200 free); Braxton Reece (100 butterfly, 200 IM) and Eric Formiller (50 free). Event winners for CV were Hunter Watkins (100 backstroke, 500 free) and Brayden Smith (100 breaststroke).

Event winners for the CV girls were Francesca Criscione (100 backstroke, 200 free); Sarah Cordier (200 IM, 500 free); Samantha Joh (50 free) and Paula Lomonaco (100 free). West event winners were Allie Bates (100 butterfly) and Natalie Baas (100 breaststroke).

Corvallis sweeps

Corvallis swept a Mid-Willamette Conference triangular with Central and Dallas at the Osborn Aquatic Center. The boys (120) topped Central (6) and Dallas (68); the girls topped Central 170-79.

Event winners for the CHS girls were Kaia Anspacher (200 free), Mary Rogers (50 free), Dani LeClaire (100 butterfly) and Teddy Brewer (100 backstroke).

Event winners for the CHS boys were Sai Sagali (100 free, 200 IM) and Nic Ashland (100 butterfly, 100 backstroke).

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