The OSAA executive board voted unanimously on Monday to implement a 35-second shot clock in varsity basketball games starting in the 2023-24 season.
Author: Joshua Manes
McNary XC finishes middle of the pack in Washington
McNary was one of 24 high schools from Oregon and Washington to take part in the Steve Maas Run-A-Ree at Hudson Bay High School in Vancouver.
BRIEF: Celtics volleyball takes down Sprague in four
McNary volleyball defeated Sprague in four sets Thursday night to move to 5-0 on the season.
Football’s tough start continues with Tualatin
The road at the start of Connor Astley’s tenure as head football coach at McNary doesn’t get any easier in week two.
Eight days after losing to a top-five program coming off back-to-back quarter finals appearances in Lakeridge, McNary somehow steps up the competition when 2021 runners up Tualatin comes to Keizer, Saturday.
Celtics beat Saxons, remain undefeated
In an early matchup of top-ranked teams, McNary volleyball defeated South Salem on the road to remain undefeated.
The Celtics (4-0) came in having not dropped a single set early in the season, while the Saxons (3-1) had gone 3-2, 3-0 and 3-1 in their three wins. On Wednesday, the two collided in a five-set thriller.
McNary takes down McDaniel in season opener
It may have taken an extra week, but Celtic boys soccer started the season with a big win on Wednesday, Sept. 6.
The 3-1 home win against McDaniel, from Portland, comes a week after the original season opener against Century was canceled due to high heat index forecast. But one week later, the Celtics were ready to open their season.
Senators win Mavericks League championship
They were the league’s top offense, and surrendered the second least runs in the regular season. And while their season was up and down, the Senators finished the 2022 Mavericks League season on top.
The 9-2 win against the Mavericks in the championship game on Saturday, Sept. 3, capped off an amazing run through the final month of the season. The Senators went 11-3 in August, averaging more than 10 runs per game in that time, and moved from last place to first — giving them the regular season pennant and an automatic berth in Saturday’s game.
Rough start to Astley era, but still encouraged
The first game for head coach Connor Astley and the McNary Celtics may not have gone how most of them hoped, but Astley isn’t discouraged.
Following a 47-0 loss to Lakeridge to open the season Friday, Sept. 2, Astley was still positive in his assessment of his team, as well as the talent level of their opponent.
KFD changes plan for September 11 remembrance
The Keizer Fire District’s annual September 11 remembrance will be toned down this year, with no official ceremony or speeches, due to increased call volume and strain on responders. There will still be a moment of silence, with the flag at half-staff, a wreath and flags to honor the fallen firefighters.
McNary volleyball opens conference play with home win
McNary volleyball remained undefeated, opening league play on Thursday with a straight set win against North Salem in the first home game of the season.