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ADAIR VILLAGE — The Santiam Christian boys basketball team tuned up for a big game against Pleasant Hill by defeating La Pine 62-45 on Friday in a Mountain Valley Conference game.

Koby Williamson had 21 points and 13 rebounds, Josh Baugher had 18 points, nine assists and eight rebounds and Ben Galceran had 10 points for SC.

The Eagles (21-2, 9-1) and Pleasant Hill are tied for first place in the MVC. They play Pleasant Hill for the third time this season at PHHS on Monday night; each team won on the other’s home court earlier this year.

Pleasant Hill 64, Harrisburg 49

HARRISBURG — The Eagles' losing streak stretched to three games with a loss to the Billies.

Harrisburg (3-21, 1-10) plays its final regular season game of the season on Monday at Creswell.

Salem Academy 64, Scio 42 

SCIO — The Loggers couldn't keep pace with the Crusaders as they dropped their final game of the season. 

Scio (6-15, 2-7) has concluded its regular season. 

Central Linn 48, Regis 39 

STAYTON — The Cobras upped their winning streak to six games with a win over the Rams. 

Central Linn (16-8, 10-4) has concluded its regular season. 

Girls Basketball

LEBANON — Monroe finished its regular season on a three-game win streak with a 38-36 win over East Linn Christian in a Central Valley Conference game. 

Kyndal Martin led the Dragons with nine points. Grace Wilson had 21 points, Emma Roth nine points and 13 rebounds for ECL.

The Dragons (21-3, 13-1) and Eagles (12-12, 6-8) have concluded its regular seasons.

La Pine 50, Santiam Christian 30

ADAIR VILLAGE — The Eagles' losing streak stretched to six games with a loss to the Hawks in the Mt. Valley Conference game. 

Santiam Christian (8-14, 3-7) travels to Pleasant Hill on Monday. 

Central Linn 45, Regis 28

STAYTON — The Cobras (20-5, 10-4) wrapped up their Central Valley Conference slate with a win over the Rams.

Pleasant Hill 38, Harrisburg 34

HARRISBURG — The Eagles found themselves on the short end of a close contest as they fell to the Billies. 

Harrisburg (15-9, 5-6) travel to Creswell on Monday. 

Salem Academy 70, Scio 17

SCIO — The Loggers’ regular season has come to an end with a loss to the Crusaders.

Scio (1-20, 0-9) has ended its season.


The Mid-Willamette wrestling districts are winding down as championships are slated for Saturday at Crescent Valley. 

In the 106-pound bracket, Gabe Whisenhunt of Crescent Valley will face Logan Basham of North Salem. 

Chance Lamer (CV) will face Rian Howard of Lebanon in the 113 bracket. 

Wyatt Richardson (LHS) and Hunter Eveland (CV) will face off in the 126 bracket. 

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Austin Dalton (LHS) will compete for the 132 championship against Dallas' Joseph Foster. 

James Rowley (CV) will face Dallas' Colson Spencer in the 145 bracket. 

In the 152 bracket, Legend Lamer (CV) will face Jacob Jones of Dallas. 

Chase Miller (LHS) will face Dallas' Bryce Miller in the 160 bracket. 

Joseph Blisseck (LHS) will take on Dallas' Jared Coxen in the 182 bracket. 

Keith Brown (LHS) will face Antonio Garcia of North Salem in the 220 bracket. 

In the 285 bracket, CV's Kaimana Wa'a will face Ashton Brecht of Dallas. 

4A Special District 2

JUNCTION CITY — Sweet Home and Philomath wrestling have found success in the 4A Special District 2 Regionals as both the Huskies and Warriors have wrestlers competing for championships on Saturday. 

In the 145 weight class, Robbie Yunke of Sweet Home will be wrestling in the finals.

At 152, Travis Thorpe and Boe Baxter of Sweet Home will square off.

At 160 it will be Hayden McDonald and Jesse Jamison, also from Sweet Home.

In the 170 bracket, Philomath's Issiah Blackburn will take on Stayton's Clay Dickerson. 

Sweet Home's Nich James and Philomath's Brooks Stearns will be competing against one another in the 182 bracket.

In the 285 bracket, Sweet Home's David McMullen will face Bryer Moore of Junction City. 

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