An aggressive start and swarming defense in the first half was the recipe for McNary boys soccer in Saturday’s 2-0 win in the first round of the OSAA playoffs.
The OSAA and OAOA have seen a significant drop in the number of
officials for high school and middle school sports over recent years. And while the number is moving in the right direction, the need is still great.
The McNary Celtics came away with the thrilling 6-5 upset win over South Salem in the second round of the OSAA State Championship playoffs on Wednesday.
There will be four Celtics competing in five sports at this weekend’s OSAA Track and Field State Championships in Eugene.
The McNary Lady Celts opened up the OSAA State Championship with a 12-7 win against Forest Grove on Monday in the first round.
McNary baseball opened up the OSAA 6A state playoffs with an upset win over No. 8 Lincoln on Monday.
The 5-4 win is the Celts’ fourth in a row, and sets up a second round meeting with CVC rival South Salem on Wednesday.
The OSAA voted unanimously on Monday to officially sanction girls wrestling as a separate sport, beginning with the 2023-24 season.
McNary wrestling went three for three in Sunday’s championship matches at the OSAA wrestling state championships.
Ali Martinez, Josh Friesen and Max Blanco all brought home state titles with wins on Sunday at Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
The OSAA has announced the revised schedule for the wrestling state championships. Boys 5A and 6A and girls 5A/6A matches will now be held Saturday and Sunday.
The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) and the Oregon Athletic Officials Association (OAOA) have put out the call for help in the coming spring sports season.