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.
McNary heads to Sprague heads to Sprague to close out the 2022 football season, and head coach Connor Astley returns to where he graduated from for the first time as a varsity head coach.
The No. 8 McNary Celtics and No. 9 Sprague Olympians could have a second round matchup with each other in their futures, the fourth meeting between the two this season.
Celtics girls soccer earned its second win of the season with a 2-1 come from behind victory at Sprague on Tuesday.
The Celtics remained undefeated with a 5-0 win at home against Sprague on Tuesday, moving to 10-0 with three games left in the season.
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.
McNary varsity boys and girls cross country came out on top against Sprague on Wednesday at Keizer Rapids Park.
McNary volleyball defeated Sprague in four sets Thursday night to move to 5-0 on the season.
The landscape of Salem-Keizer high school football, and football in the state of Oregon as a whole, will look a lot different for the 2022 season.
A new conference brings together five of the six SKPS schools with five southern Oregon schools in the 6A Special District 1 super conference.
With one of the top receivers in the state, Colorado State commit Drew Rodriguez, head coach Jay Minyard and the Olympians look to reclaim the seat at the top of the mountain.