Celts move to second round with convincing win over North Medford

McNary running back Dakota Dunagan attempts to break through the tackle of a North Medford defender (KEIZERTIMES/Matt Rawlings).

In their first home playoff contest in four years, the McNary football squad showed their superiority on both sides of the ball

The McNary offense broke the 30-point threshold for the fifth time this season, while the defense held North Medford to under . . .

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