Southern Oregon's 11th consecutive win was never in jeopardy on Thursday night against Walla Walla (Wash. ) at Lithia Motors Pavilion, the Raiders' first Cascade Conference match on their new home floor. SOU (11-0), which moved up to No. 10 in Tuesday's latest NAIA Top 25, needed 54 minutes to wrap up a 25-9, 25-11, 25-7 decision and improve to 4-0 in CCC play. The Raiders put forth their most efficient attack of the season at a . 438 average and forced the Wolves (0-4, 0-3) into a negative-.