Basketball, wrestling and swimming was in the spotlight last week for McNary’s first Winter Blue Day, featuring freshmen, JV, varsity, youth and unified sports programs.
The locker room hazing incidents at McNary have brought up some big questions around athletic programs and locker room supervision.
From 6-9 p.m. in the McNary gym, boys and girls basketball, wrestling and swimming will celebrate the start of their seasons in front of friends and family.
The Mavericks League has announced a series of youth clinics that will be conducted by Team USA National Champion and former sixth round MLB draft pick Trace Loehr.
McNary High School has hired Kinsey McNaught as the new head softball coach, the school announced in a press release Wednesday.
11 Celtics earned second-team and honorable mention for the South-Central Football all-conference team
After a two week investigation five McNary High School freshmen football players were taken into custody Thursday afternoon on criminal charges of physical harassment and fourth degree assault.
McNary’s Jonathan Ruiz was named Central Valley Conference boys soccer player of the year on Tuesday. At the same time his coach, Miguel Camarena was named conference Coach of the Year, and first-year girls soccer head coach Josh Rios Noonkester Co-Coach of the Year. In all, 20 Celtic boys and girls were earned all-conference honors.
An aggressive start and swarming defense in the first half was the recipe for McNary boys soccer in Saturday’s 2-0 win in the first round of the OSAA playoffs.
This past season, the Crush, a seventh and eighth grade soccer team in the Mid-Valley Soccer Club, donned pink kits for the month of October to help raise awareness for breast cancer.