McNary High School has hired Kinsey McNaught as the new head softball coach, the school announced in a press release Wednesday.
The McNary Lady Celts fell on the road to Sherwood in the second round of the OSAA 6A Softball State Championship last week.
The McNary Celtics took eight of the 14 All-CVC first team slots, while Ali Martinez was named Conference Player of the Year and head coach Kelly Parsell earned her second conference Coach of the Year.
The McNary Lady Celts opened up the OSAA State Championship with a 12-7 win against Forest Grove on Monday in the first round.
Down to their final out, with a possible three-game losing streak and their second sixth inning collapse in as many days looming, the Lady Celts weren’t ready to let the regular season end on a sour note Tuesday when Westview came to town.
The Lady Celts went into South Salem on Tuesday with a chance to avenge an earlier loss and extend their win streak to four games. And with the 6-0 win, they did both.
The Lady Celts completed the season sweep over North Salem with a 15-0 win on Friday.
McNary softball put up multiple runs in the third, fourth and fifth innings,
defeating West Salem 10-0 in five innings
Karah Miller went a combined 5-for-6 with 9 RBIs, 6 runs scored and 3 home runs in a doubleheader at North Salem on Tuesday.
A seven-run fourth inning, capped off by a Karah Miller home run, powered the Lady Celts past Tualatin on Friday. Weather forced the game off of McNary’s dirt and grass and over to Tualatin’s turf, but that didn’t seem to affect McNary. They trailed 3-1 heading into the bottom of[Read More…]