Posted On: 12/3/18 7:00 AM

The 2018-19 season is upon us and it’s time to take a look at the top leagues in the state. We finish our 6A previews with the revamped Mountain Valley Conference.

2017-18 Review

It was a fun year in the Greater Valley Conference, whose top five teams were arguably the best top five teams in any league in the state. McNary edged out Sprague for the league title and in all, six teams made the playoff bracket - including West Albany which won their play-in game. Four of the six teams won their first round game, but McNary and Sprague were upset in the round of 16, leaving only West Salem advancing to the Chiles Center. The Titans failed to win a game at state, but Kyle Greeley made Second Team All-Tournament.

Changes for 2018-19

No 6A league changes as much as the Mountain Valley - heck, the name of the conference has been modified for the influx of the 5A teams from Bend - Bend, Mountain View, and Summit. The rest of the move are subtractions as Forest Grove and McMinnville move to the Pacific Conference and North Salem and West Albany drop down to

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