It was a clean sweep for the Corvallis High girls and Crescent Valley boys when the Mid-Willamette Conference basketball awards were officially released Wednesday morning.
Corvallis senior posts Grace Corbin and Alexandria Vallancey-Martinson were voted MWC co-players of the year while Greg Garrison was the coach of the year.
On the boys side, CV junior wing Tariq Harris won player of the year and Mike Stair coach of the year.
It’s the second consecutive co-player of the year honor for Vallancey-Martinson, who shared the award with Silverton’s Alia Parson’s in 2016. She was also a first-team all-MWC pick as a sophomore in 2015.
Corbin received honorable mention a season ago as a junior.
The duo helped carry Corvallis (20-3) to the league title and the No. 2 overall seed for the 5A state playoffs. The Spartans will host a round of 16 game Saturday.
Junior teammate Ellie Harding made the second team while fellow Spartans Taylor Hurley, Maggie Beck and Krysta Wilson received honorable mention. Crescent Valley’s Cali McClave, Sarah Huang and Makayla Daniels also made the honorable mention list.
A transfer from Winter Haven High in central Florida, Harris led the Raiders (16-7) to their first MWC title since the 2013-14 season. Sixth-seeded CV will host No. 11 Sandy (16-9) at 7 p.m. Friday in the state round of 16.
Teammate Talanoa Hufanga, a junior, was voted first-team all-MWC along with Corvallis senior post Matthew Davis. Both were second-team selections last year.
The 10th-seeded Spartans (15-8), who placed second in the league, play at No. 7 Pendleton (14-4) in Saturday’s round of 16.
Corvallis senior Hans Ellenson made the second team while juniors Dyshawn Hobson and Marco Brewer received honorable mention, as did CV senior Carson Gray.