The Crescent Valley High girls basketball team will host Redmond on Tuesday in a 5A play-in game.

The game time has not been set.

The Raiders finished tied for fourth in the Mid-Willamette Conference with a 6-8 record and are 11-13 overall. Redmond went 0-9 in the Intermountain Conference and is 10-14 overall.

West Albany (23-0, 14-0), Corvallis (16-7, 10-4) and Lebanon (14-9, 10-4) all received byes thanks to finishing in the top eight of the OSAA power rankings.

Game times for the boys’ play-in games have been set. Crescent Valley’s game at home against Willamette and Corvallis’ game at Wilson will both begin at 7 p.m.

Also out of the MWC, No. 3 Silverton and No. 7 West Albany received byes.

The winners of the play-in games advance to the round of 16 later in the week.


The Philomath boys and girls will play for a trip to the 4A state tournament this weekend.

The boys will host Baker on Friday for a chance to reach the quarterfinals, set for next week at Gill Coliseum.

The Warriors (16-5) finished 8-2 in the Oregon West Conference and are No. 4 in the power rankings.

Baker (15-8) is ranked No. 17 and won the Greater Oregon League.

The PHS girls will travel to Banks on Saturday. The Warriors (18-5) defeated North Valley, 60-37, in the play-in round. Banks (20-3) won the Cowapa League and is No. 6 in the OSAA rankings; PHS is No. 11.


The Santiam Christian and Scio girls will open the 3A state tournament on Thursday at Marshfield High in Coos Bay.

SC (24-3) faces Valley Catholic (24-2) at 1:30 p.m. Valley Catholic is No. 1 in the OSAA rankings; SC is No. 9.

Scio (19-9) is No. 6 and takes on No. 3 St. Mary’s (23-2) at 6:30 p.m.

Nyssa and Rainier square off in another quarterfinal with the winner taking on the winner of the SC-VC game.

Willamina and Vale also meet in a quarterfinal with the winner taking on the winner of the Scio-St. Mary’s game.


The Central Linn boys will take on Western Mennonite in the 2A quarterfinals at the Pendleton Convention Center at 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday.

Central Linn (17-10) is No. 13 and Western Mennonite (18-9) is No. 5.

The winner will take on the winner of the Irrigon-Myrtle Point quarterfinal.

The other bracket has Vernonia taking on Oakland and Oakridge facing Pilot Rock.


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