Scholl out at season’s end

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes McNary High School’s volleyball head coach will step aside at the end of this season. Kellie Scholl, who has led the program for four years, will bow out from the Celtic courts as a result of a family relocation. “My husband took a job in Sisters and I’ve been commuting off-and-on for about the past month,” Scholl said. Ron Richards, McNary athletic director, said the search for a new head coach would begin soon and by looking at the current staff members. The girls on the team have been the best part of her experience as a Celtic coach, Scholl said. “They are absolutely, 100 percent, the best thing about being at McNary. Watching them grow and mature and seeing how much they care about the sport and the school. The past two years have been some of my favorite teams ever,” she said. While the sunset is on the horizon, she wanted to see the team continue on its current trajectory. “We had a coming together after the loss to West Albany and they’ve come out the other side knowing how to take care of each other on the court,” Scholl said. “Skillwise we have all the tools, it’s a matter of continuing to see the mental toughness...

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