The OSAA 6A boys soccer playoffs begin Saturday, and after a perfect regular season, the Celtics are in line to play higher ranked opponents than they have faced all season, possibly from the second round on.
Round one of the OSAA volleyball state championships are in the books, and the Celtics are moving on after a 3-0 win against McDaniel.
The Celtics will face No. 9 Sprague in the second round on Saturday.
McNary heads to Sprague heads to Sprague to close out the 2022 football season, and head coach Connor Astley returns to where he graduated from for the first time as a varsity head coach.
McNary boys soccer completed a perfect 13-0 regular season run with a win Tuesday at South Salem, but the work’s not done
In their final home game of the season, McNary lost to the North Medford Black Tornado 52-6 on Friday night.
The No. 8 McNary Celtics and No. 9 Sprague Olympians could have a second round matchup with each other in their futures, the fourth meeting between the two this season.
McNary volleyball capped off their stellar season with a win on the road against the West Salem Titans Tuesday. The Celtics (19-5, 9-3) finished off the Titans (13-12, 3-8) in straight sets (25-18, 25-18, 25-20). Tuesday’s win was the 13th straight set sweep for the Celtics this season. In all,[Read More…]
McNary football has a list of injuries mounting, but head coach Connor Astley and the Celtics are still looking forward, preparing for the final two games of the season.
McNary freshman Jocelyn Schnurbusch finished fifth in the girls varsity 5,000 meters silver event at the Rose City Championship Invite in Portland on Friday.
The Celtics travelled to West Salem on Friday, as the Titans came away with a 47-7 behind four first half scores by Jimmy Lathen.