Senior setter Taylor Detrant was named to the all-Central Valley Conference volleyball first-team
Despite taking the high-energy third set, the Lady Celts lost in the regular season finale to West Salem 3-1 on Tuesday.
McNary volleyball went 3-0 at Saturday’s tournament, and followed the weekend success with a 3-2 win at North Salem Tuesday night.
The Lady Celts fell to West Salem Tuesday night in a four-set, highly competitive CVC league match
The Lady Celts protected their home court on Tuesday when the Lakeridge Pacers came to McNary in a match that included a 62-point second set.
No. 3 Celtics volleyball moved to 11-0 with a straight set win at home against the South Salem Saxons.
McNary volleyball defeated Sprague in four sets Thursday night to move to 5-0 on the season.
In an early matchup of top-ranked teams, McNary volleyball defeated South Salem on the road to remain undefeated.
The Celtics (4-0) came in having not dropped a single set early in the season, while the Saxons (3-1) had gone 3-2, 3-0 and 3-1 in their three wins. On Wednesday, the two collided in a five-set thriller.
McNary volleyball remained undefeated, opening league play on Thursday with a straight set win against North Salem in the first home game of the season.
The first two matches are in the books, and McNary volleyball is off to a good start.
With wins at Tualatin and Lakeridge, the Celtics (2-0) are among 10 6A teams that remain undefeated, and are ranked No. 3 by OSAA at the time of this story.