Bulls continued its run with a 95 to 77 victory over Dunsborough on Friday night.
Taking control in the first half, Dunsborough held onto a six-point lead at the main break.
Travis Durnin, notching up 33 points, then ran circles around the Oilers’ defence.
With Durnin and Trent Worthington (18) leading the way, Bulls recovered in the second half before securing an 18-point win.
Eaton clinched its first victory of the season in a nail-biting showdown against Aces White.
Aces White secured a three-point lead at half time, before Eaton fought its way back in the third term.
In a thrilling fourth quarter, a shot from Doug Gobby gifted Eaton with a 59 to 58 win.
Tornadoes Black suffered a shock loss to Aces Sky in round 20. Despite landing 18 in the final term, the second-placed Tornadoes side went down 81 to 77.
Five players from Tornadoes Black and six from Aces Sky reached double digits during the game.
Thirteen South West basketballers will travel to Townsville for the 2019 Australian Junior Championships in April.
Brodie Morris (Bunbury), Shamus Trainor (Australind), Alistair Ishigami-Sims (Bunbury), Devan Craig (Bunbury), Cody Bell (Bunbury), and Rhys Barrett (Australind) will play for Western Australia’s Under 18 Country Men’s side.
The U18 Women’s line-up will include Angelina Dimasi (Waroona), Dana East (Manjimup), Javene Fitch (Bunbury), Skye Palmer (Eaton), Mckayhla Pomare (Eaton), Zaya Lily Black (Bunbury), and Abbey Barber (Collie).