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Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Oregon High School Team of the Week for Jan. 17-23 as nominated by coaches, fans and readers.

Read through the nominees and cast your vote. Voting will conclude Sunday at 11:59 p.m.

If you would like to make a nomination in a future week (any team, any sport), email or tag us on Twitter or Instagram at @sbliveor.

Corbett girls basketball

The Cardinals (14-0) remained the only unbeaten girls team in the state at all levels with lopsided wins over North Marion (54-19) and Molalla (61-42) to start the Tri-Valley season.

Crook County girls basketball

The Cowgirls (14-1) scored a 32-10 home win over Hood River Valley, followed by a 53-48 win at fellow Intermountain contender Ridgeview on Thursday.

Eagle Point boys basketball

The Eagles (12-1) bumped up a level and knocked off Grants Pass on the road 57-44 on Tuesday, followed by a 46-43 Midwestern League win over North Eugene on Friday.

Grant boys basketball

Adrian Mosley put up a team-high 15 points, and the Generals (11-2) earned a 55-52 win over West Linn at the MLK Showcase to open the week. Grant followed with back-to-back PIL wins, including a 71-69 victory at fellow contender Roosevelt on Friday. Max von Arx beat the buzzer with a layup for the winning points.

Grants Pass boys wrestling

Mason Fisher (138) and Dredan Myers (182) earned individual titles, and the Cavemen edged Del Norte (Calif.), 186-180, for the team championship at the Rumble on the Rogue wrestling meet Saturday at Rogue River High School.

Jesuit girls basketball

The Crusaders (13-1) remained atop the Metro League with a couple of road wins over winning teams Southridge (69-33) and Mountainside (50-44).

Junction City boys basketball

The Tigers (15-2) knocked off two winning teams in Marist Catholic (63-49) on Tuesday and at Cottage Grove (60-44) on Friday to remain unbeaten in the Sky-Em League.

Lakeridge girls basketball

The Pacers (10-3) notched a 53-48 road win at West Linn on Tuesday to move alone into first place in the Three Rivers, then finished the week with a 50-37 win over Canby.

La Salle Prep boys basketball

Finbar O’Brien hit four 3-pointers and finished with a team-high 20 points as the Falcons (6-5) toppled No. 1 Wilsonville 53-51 to snap the Wildcats’ 77-game league winning streak. La Salle Prep finished the week with a 58-57 win over Milwaukie on Friday with Nate Robertson connecting on 11 of 16 shots to finish with a game-high 32 points.

Mountainside boys basketball

The Mavericks (10-3) moved alone to the top of the Metro League with wins over fellow contenders Beaverton (50-31) and Jesuit (46-43).

Nyssa girls basketball

The Bulldogs (14-1) knocked off fellow contender Vale 41-39 on Saturday to move alone to the top of the Eastern Oregon League. Nyssa finished the week with a road trip to Idaho for a 43-15 win over Payette.

Salem Academy boys basketball

The Crusaders (11-4) remained unbeaten in the Tri-River Conference at 8-0 with a 51-33 win over second-place Kennedy on Wednesday. Salem Academy also picked up league wins at Western Christian and against Santiam.

Sprague boys basketball

The Olympians (10-4) remained perfect in the Mountain Valley with a 73-45 win over West Salem on Tuesday, followed by a season-high 92-point outburst in a win over McKay on Friday.

Summit boys basketball

The Storm (13-0) remained the only unbeaten big-school team in the state after blowing out Bend and South Salem by a combined 62 points.

Taft girls wrestling

Julia Towers (110), Ryan Sou (115-120) and Kadence James (125) earned individual titles, and the Tigers held off Forest Grove, 138-118, for the team championship at the Bob Beisell girls wrestling meet Friday at Forest Grove High School.

Westside Christian boys basketball

The 3A top-ranked Eagles (14-0) had three players score in double figures during a 59-54 win over No. 3 Cascade Christian at the MLK Showcase on Monday.

Wilsonville girls basketball

The Wildcats (10-4) moved their win streak to seven games with a 49-46 win over rival La Salle Prep on Tuesday. Sophomore Zoey Davis led the charge with 17 points, while senior Karina Borgen sank four 3-pointers. Wilsonville followed with a 50-43 win at Putnam on Friday.

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