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Sports Datebook: February 2024

Thursday, Feb. 1

Boys Basketball

7 p.m. Kennedy vs Salem Academy

Friday, Feb. 2

Boys Basketball

5:30 p.m. Silverton vs Lebanon

Girls Basketball

7 p.m. Silverton vs Lebanon

Tuesday, Feb. 6

Girls Basketball

4:30 p.m. Kennedy vs Culver

Boys Basketball

7 p.m. Silverton vs Central

Wednesday, Feb. 7

Wrestling

6 p.m. Silverton vs Crescent Valley

Tuesday, Feb. 13

Boys Basketball

5:30 p.m. Silverton vs West Albany

Girls Basketball

7 p.m. Silverton vs West Albany

Friday, Feb. 16

Boys Basketball

5:30 p.m. Silverton vs Corvallis

Girls Basketball

7 p.m. Silverton vs Corvallis

Tuesday, Feb. 20

Boys Basketball

7 p.m. Silverton vs Crescent Valley

Tuesday, Feb. 27

Boys Basketball

5:30 p.m. Silverton vs Dallas

Girls Basketball

7 p.m. Silverton vs Dallas

*Home varsity events only. Visit osaa.org for complete schedules.

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