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Tough Loss to Warriors

September 13, 2017 McNary Celtics @ Cleveland Warriors McNary’s soccer boys had a tough road game that was played at Cleveland High School. The Warriors started the pressure early in the game and paid off. The Warriors were able to find the back of the net with just one minute of play. Due to the

September 15, 2017 – Katy Wyatt Named Salem Sports & Breakfast Club AOW

Katy Wyatt Katy is a Junior Midfielder for McNary Girls Soccer. Katy underwent ACL surgery in November due to an injury in the 2016 Playoff Game versus Sherwood (eventual state champs).  Her recover time was 7-10 months and we were unsure if she would be able to participate this season. Katy was able to begin

McNary Cross Country Opens 2017 Conference Schedule

Keizer, Oregon – September 14, 2017 McNary Cross Country began the 2017 season with excitement around its growing program and heightened expectations. The Greater Valley Conference (GVC) meet between McMinnville, McKay, and McNary at McMinnville’s Joe Dancer Park started off on a high note from the very beginning. During the Girls’ JV race, Nina Garland,

McNary Girls Soccer Surges Past Dallas

Keizer, Oregon – September 14, 2017 The Lady Celts earned their fourth shutout in four games against the Dragons. McNary started strong, and in the 5’ minute sophomore Ariana Santana switched the field with a long cross to senior Jessy Shore who collected it on the run and placed a well driven shot to the

McNary Girls Soccer Remains Undefeated with Win at Gresham

Keizer, Oregon – September 7, 2017 The Lady Celts claimed their third straight victory and shutout with Thursday’s win at Gresham McNary Celts had a big test at Gresham in their first 6A away match of the year.  The Celts featured six underclassmen and five upperclassmen in their starting eleven.  Both teams came out with

Celtic Boys Soccer Season Continued with a Road Win at Lebanon High School.

McNary Boys Soccer team vs Lebanon Warriors September 7, 2017 The Celts opened up the game with high pressure and it paid off. The Celts were able to find the back of the net with just one minute of play.  Q Gamble was able to finish off a cross that came from Miguel Bravo. Although