Author: Joshua Manes
Aldrick Jiminez pumps his fist as he comes off the mound after the top of the seventh inning against the Senators on Thursday, July 7. Angeddy Almanzar’s bat breaks on a ground out against the Mavericks on Thursday, July 7.
The number 23 has a certain special, larger-than-life connotation in basketball. And Hoopla looks to make its number 23 bigger than ever. Hoopla, the second largest three-on-three basketball tournament in the world, is set to return to Salem for its 23rd year, this time with nearly a full week of[Read More…]
After 30 years in the athletics program, McNary head football coach Jeff Auvinen has resigned from the position. He made the announcement public on a Facebook post on Sunday, June 3, in the McNary football group page. “It has been an amazing thirty years in the program, and I wouldn’t[Read More…]
Summer break may have just started, but the picture for McNary’s 2022 football season in the newly aligned 6A-Special District 1 division has become a lot clearer. Now in a division with North Salem, South Salem, West Salem, Sprague, North Medford, South Medford and Sheldon, the Celtics’ travel looks a[Read More…]
Aaron Kennen and Andrew Snodgrass have their new badges pinned to them by their wives Jillian and Krystyl at the pinning ceremony on Friday, June 24, at Keizer Fire District. (JOSHUA MANES/Keizertimes) Those blue fire trucks around town have a couple of new drivers. In front of friends, family and[Read More…]
Skaters from both Hentai Heroes and The Devil’s Lettuce jam up the track during Cherry City Roller Derby’s Vegas Rules event on Saturday, June 25, at the Mad House in Salem. (JOSHUA MANES/Keizertimes) Body paint, short shorts and a flashing sack of some sorts were on the track as the[Read More…]