McNary girls and boys wrestling finished fourth and fifth respectively at the Perry Burlison Invitational over the weekend.
McNary boys and girls basketball opened their seasons on the road with a pair of dominant wins.
McNary hosted the Jerry Lane Duals to open the 2022-23 wrestling season. The Celtics went 3-1 in their four meets on Friday.
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Maddie Corpe made it official Wednesday morning, signing her National Letter of Intent to attend and play volleyball at Oregon State University.
McNary boys soccer suffered its first defeat of the season, a 3-0 loss in the second round of the OSAA playoffs to No. 12 Greshmam.
The rain had stopped a couple hours ago. The bi-polar weather of the Pacific Northwest seemed to want to cooperate, like it knew how big the day was. Though the cold of fall persisted.
But even with the autumn chill in the air, there was a warmth around Flesher Field on Oct. 21.
And as the minutes ticked down to kickoff, with the Celtics gathered, Tyler Young stood at the front of the pack, adorned in a sapphire blue helmet and number 38 jersey.
He didn’t have pads, he wasn’t on the roster. But for a night, Tyler was part of the team.
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.
Hudson Brunk sent the Celtics on to the second round with a penalty kick goal with less than a minute to play against Clackamas on Saturday night.