Colby Sullivan was named the Beacons Athlete of the Year for boys golf at Saturday night’s Salem Keizer Beacon Awards, while Max Blanco earned the honor for boys wrestling.
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This year’s Salem-Keizer Beacon Awards will have a fair amount of McNary blue representation as 10 Celtic athletes earned 11 nominations for next Saturday’s awards — nearly doubling last year’s six nominations.
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.
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…]
The McNary Lady Celts allowed three runs in the bottom of the sixth to Wilsonville as the Wildcats edged them out 5-4 on Wednesday.
The Lady Celts were up at Mountainside to start their Spring Break with four games on Monday and Tuesday. After losing the first, McNary rallied back winning its final three games of the tournament.
Brookelynn Jackson delivered a walk-off single for the Lady Celts on Tuesday in their home opener against the Dallas Dragons.
For the first time in school history McNary has three state champions in wrestling. Ali Martinez, Josh Friesen and Max Blanco brought home state titles from the OSAA wrestling state championships.
There will be 11 McNary grapplers taking part in the OSAA State Championships beginning Thursday, with 10 boys and one girl qualifying.