The North Salem Vikings are set to come to McNary Friday night. The Vikings are coming off their first loss of the season, 23-17 to North Medford.
Jocelynn Schnurbusch and Brayden Kaehler each set McNary records on Wednesday against South Salem.
Freshman Fernando Zepeda scored a hat trick in less than 30 minutes of play to start the match, as the Celtics cruised to a 7-0 win against the West Salem Titans on Tuesday.
After opening the season with 11 consecutive wins, No. 5 McNary volleyball has come back down to Earth, dropping its last two matches.
The Celtics (11-2, 6-1) had won 30 of 36 sets through the first 11 games, but on Tuesday, Sept. 27, they fell to the No. 10 Sprague Olympians 3-1.
McNary cross country was back on the track, and the podium, on Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Nike Portland XC. The Celtics were one of 111 schools from Oregon, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho and Washington to take part. Their best finish as a team was in the girls 5,000 meters[Read More…]
The McNary Celtics couldn’t slow down quarterback Brock Thomas and the top-ranked Sheldon Irish on Friday. Thomas and the Irish scored on their first three offensive plays, on the way to a 62-6 victory.
But to the Celtics and head coach Connor Astley’s credit, they didn’t quit, shutting out the Irish in the second half.
McNary girls soccer opened league play on Friday with a 4-3 loss to Sprague. The three goals, two from Bethany Villegas, were the most scored in a match by the Celtics this season
No. 3 Celtics volleyball moved to 11-0 with a straight set win at home against the South Salem Saxons.
McNary varsity boys and girls cross country came out on top against Sprague on Wednesday at Keizer Rapids Park.
McNary football’s rough start doesn’t get any easier on Friday when the state’s top-ranked team, the Sheldon Irish, come to town.