No. 3 Celtics volleyball moved to 11-0 with a straight set win at home against the South Salem Saxons.
McNary volleyball defeated the North Salem Vikings 3-0 on Tuesday, their 10th in a row to start the season.
The No. 2 McNary Celtics came home with gold from the Sprague tournament on Saturday, defeating Dallas, North Medford and South Medford on the day.
The No. 2 Celtics defeated the West Salem Titans 3-2 Tuesday night to remain undefeated on the season.
McNary volleyball defeated Sprague in four sets Thursday night to move to 5-0 on the season.
In an early matchup of top-ranked teams, McNary volleyball defeated South Salem on the road to remain undefeated.
The Celtics (4-0) came in having not dropped a single set early in the season, while the Saxons (3-1) had gone 3-2, 3-0 and 3-1 in their three wins. On Wednesday, the two collided in a five-set thriller.
McNary volleyball remained undefeated, opening league play on Thursday with a straight set win against North Salem in the first home game of the season.
The first two matches are in the books, and McNary volleyball is off to a good start.
With wins at Tualatin and Lakeridge, the Celtics (2-0) are among 10 6A teams that remain undefeated, and are ranked No. 3 by OSAA at the time of this story.
With the return of Fall sports near, there was another return at McNary High School — Blue Day.
The annual Fall sports kickoff event returned after a two-year hiatus on Saturday, Aug. 20. Varsity, J.V. and freshmen teams, as well as McNary Youth Football and Mid-Valley Youth Soccer, showcased their skills in front of friends and family.
After a two year break, Blue Day, the annual Fall sports kickoff at McNary High School, returns on Saturday, Aug. 20 with the slogan “Bring back the tradition.”
Blue Day runs from noon-5 p.m. and features varsity, junior varsity and freshman football and volleyball, boys and girls soccer, cross-country, Mid-Valley Soccer Club and McNary Youth Football.