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Celts get four all-leaguers
McNary senior outside hitter Zoie Warner was a first-team all-league performer this season (KEIZERTIMES/Matt Rawlings).
The McNary volleyball squad had four players recognized on the 2019 all-Mountain Valley Conference selection list, led by senior outside hitter Zoie Warner.
Warner led the Celtics with 201 kills on the season and had the second highest hitting percentage on the team. She also added 183 digs and was the only McNary player named to the first-team all-league squad.
Seniors Chloe Martindale and Chloe Diede both received honorable mention status. As a middle blocker, Diede had the Celtics highest hitting efficiency and blocking percentage. Martindale had the second highest blocking percentage for a right-side player.
Junior outside hitter Taylor Ebbs also received an honorable mention nod. Ebbs had 140 kills on the season and also added 116 digs.
SPORTS Oct. 19
Celts can't complete comeback against West Salem
Despite not being at full strength, McNary had a chance to take over the top spot in the Mountain Valley Conference (MVC) with a win over West Salem on Friday, Oct. 15. But late in the fourth quarter, the Celtics defense couldn't get a stop when they needed it most.
OPINION Oct. 19
Let a commission redistrict
SPORTS Oct. 19
McNary picks up key victory to remain in playoff hunt
With their playoff chances on the line, the McNary boys' soccer squad earned a much-needed victory against Bend.
BOOK REVIEW Oct. 18
Book review: "I'll Take Your Questions Now"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "I'll Take Your Questions Now" by Stephanie Grisham.
OPINION Oct. 18
The spirit of volunteerism lives