With holiday break over and classes back in session, McNary girls basketball was on the road at Summit High School on Tuesday. McNary (7-4), OSAA-ranked No. 24, came up just short against No. 7 Summit (5-3) 42-39. Avery Buss led McNary with 9 points along with 7 rebounds and 4[Read More…]
Author: Joshua Manes
Classes might not have been in session, but boys and girls basketball were still putting in work over the holiday break.
McNary boys and girls teams each took part in holiday tournaments held Dec. 28 – 30, both winning two of three games.
Keizer Fire District responded to 52 calls over a 24-hour period during last week’s ice storm.
The Keizer Art Association (KAA) is accepting entries for its January show, “Fins, Feathers and Fur.”
The animal-themed show will open Jan. 7. Intake for pieces will be on Jan. 4 from 3 – 6 p.m. at the KAA gallery.
McNary girls wrestling came home with the first place team finish at the Maren Gingerich Tournament top open up a weekend where Celtics wrestling took part in three tournaments.
The McNary Celtics won both of their matchups at the Newberg Tournament, getting back on track after a loss to Summit High School at the Moda Center.
The McNary Lady Celtics lost to South Albany 35-34 in the red bracket final of the Nike Interstate Shootout at Lake Oswego High School.
Brody Roth’s 25 point, 14 rebound performance Friday night helped the Celtics get their first home win of the early season.
The Salem-Keizer Career Technical Education Center will have a new program after the Salem-Keizer School Board unanimously approved plans to purchase an airport hangar at McNary Field at Tuesday’s school board meeting.
For the Love of the Game, the not-for-profit group that maintains Keizer Little League Park, is looking for contributions to be able to make the improvements needed prior to the start of baseball and softball in spring 2023.