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LEBANON — Lebanon High handed Corvallis its first Mid-Willamette Conference loss of the season on Monday by topping the Spartans 5-2 at Taylor Field in the baseball series opener.

Corvallis (11-2, 6-1) had won six straight games before Monday's setback. It was the second MWC win in a row for the Warriors (4-8, 2-5), who lost their first five league games.

The series resumes at Lebanon on Tuesday and concludes at LHS on Friday. Field 

Crescent Valley 10, South Albany 0

CORVALLIS — Crescent Valley remained undefeated in Mid-Willamette Conference action with a 10-0 victory over South Albany at Tim Wirth Field.

The Rebels (0-12, 0-7) resume the series on Tuesday, also at Tim Wirth Field. It concludes at South Albany on Friday.

West Albany 4, McNary 2

KEIZER — West Albany swept the two-game Greater Valley Conference series by topping the Celtics at MHS.

West (8-4, 2-2) opens a two-game conference series at McKay on Wednesday. It hosts the Royal Scots on Thursday.

La Pine 11, Harrisburg 1 (5)

LA PINE — Host La Pine won the Mountain Valley Conference game, shortened to five innings by the 10-run rule.

Harrisburg (3-10, 0-2) resumes league play by hosting Creswell on Wednesday.


HALSEY — Central Linn remained undefeated with an 11-1 win over Perrydale in the Tri-River Conference game.

The Cobras have scored in double figures in every game except one and their smallest margin of victory is seven runs.

Kokoro Izumi pitched a five-inning one-hitter and had nine strikeouts. Emma Johnson was 2-for-2 with a double and two runs scored and Makenna Northern doubled, singled and drove in four runs for the Cobras.

Central Linn (7-0, 4-0) resumes TRC action at Regis on Tuesday. It hosts St. Paul on Friday.

Scio 24, Colton 0 (5)

SCIO — Scio opened PacWest Conference action by stopping Colton in a game stopped early by the mercy rule.

Scio (10-2, 1-0) resumes league play at Gervais on Thursday.

Harrisburg 10, La Pine 3

La PINE — Harrisburg topped La Pine in the Mountain Valley Conference game. The Eagles (8-3, 2-0) resume league play by hosting Pleasant Hill on Wednesday.

Santiam Christian 25, Portland Christian 0

ADAIR VILLAGE — The Eagles moved over the .500 mark by defeating Portland Christian in the nonleague matchup.

Josie Risinger and Alyiah Atkins had two hits apiece for the Eagles. Isabel Montoya and Katie Boruff both doubled.

SC (4-3) returns to West Valley League action by visiting Taft on Tuesday.

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Girls tennis

INDEPENDENCE — Central topped South Albany 6-3 in a Mid-Willamete Conference match.

Central swept the singles but the Rebels won the doubles, thanks to wins by Elizabeth Wood/Lauren Burton (1), Ambri Burton/Kaylee Humphries (2) and  Dani Chavez/Ava Cordle (3).

Boys tennis

South Albany improved to 2-3 in Mid-Willamette Conference play with 6-3 home victory over Central. 

Joseph Santos, Austin Mendoza, Isaac Hull and Ozzy Ramirez all won their singles bouts for the Rebels, who are scheduled to return to action Tuesday with another home match against Woodburn.


SWEET HOME — Sweet Home's boys and girls won the team titles at the Last Chance Meet. 

The boys scored 231 points and topped Monroe (112½) and Harrisburg (101½). The girls scored 198 points and defeated Monroe (142) and Harrisburg (135½).

Monroe's Christian Garcia was the lone double winner in the boys competition, taking the shot put (50-6) and discus (124-11). Harrisburg's Bethany Gingerich won the 100 (13.20), 400 (1:01.43) and 300 hurdles (50.95). 

Boys golf

KEIZER — West Albany compiled a 371 score in a Greater Valley Conference match at McNary.

Nate Ketelson led the Bulldogs with an 85. Jonah Willard shot a 92, Andrew Liles a 94, Caulin Leach a 100 and Grant Moen a 104.

The Bulldogs return to action on Friday at the Mid-Valley Invitational at Albany Golf and Event Center.


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