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.
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McNary volleyball’s postseason run came to an end Saturday in the second round against Sprague. The 3-1 match was the fourth meeting between the two this season.
Round one of the OSAA volleyball state championships are in the books, and the Celtics are moving on after a 3-0 win against McDaniel.
The Celtics will face No. 9 Sprague in the second round on Saturday.
The Celtics used a few additional players in their rotation in Thursday’s match with the North Salem Vikings. And even with some different players out on the court, the Celtics came away with another straight set victory.
After opening the season with 11 consecutive wins, No. 5 McNary volleyball has come back down to Earth, dropping its last two matches.
The Celtics (11-2, 6-1) had won 30 of 36 sets through the first 11 games, but on Tuesday, Sept. 27, they fell to the No. 10 Sprague Olympians 3-1.
No. 3 Celtics volleyball moved to 11-0 with a straight set win at home against the South Salem Saxons.