With holiday break over and classes back in session, McNary girls basketball was on the road at Summit High School on Tuesday. McNary (7-4), OSAA-ranked No. 24, came up just short against No. 7 Summit (5-3) 42-39. Avery Buss led McNary with 9 points along with 7 rebounds and 4[Read More…]
Classes might not have been in session, but boys and girls basketball were still putting in work over the holiday break.
McNary boys and girls teams each took part in holiday tournaments held Dec. 28 – 30, both winning two of three games.
The McNary Celtics won both of their matchups at the Newberg Tournament, getting back on track after a loss to Summit High School at the Moda Center.
The McNary Lady Celtics lost to South Albany 35-34 in the red bracket final of the Nike Interstate Shootout at Lake Oswego High School.
McNary boys basketball got back in the win column on Tuesday night on the road at Forest Grove High School. Three days after dropping the home opener to David Douglas High School on Dec. 9, McNary traveled to Forest Grove and came home with a 68-49 win. Brody Roth led[Read More…]
McNary girls basketball cruised to a 48-18 win against Bend High School Tuesday, the second time in the first four games they’ve held an opponent to fewer than 20 points.
McNary boys and girls basketball opened their seasons on the road with a pair of dominant wins.
A reloaded Celtics roster looks to make a splash in the newly formed Central Valley Conference
With the most experienced squad in the conference, a new coach and style, the Lady Celtics head into the new season with lofty goals
The OSAA executive board voted unanimously on Monday to implement a 35-second shot clock in varsity basketball games starting in the 2023-24 season.