JV Lady Celts finish 17-5

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McNary’s Charlotte Brattain grabs a rebound in a game with North Salem High School last week. The junior varsity team went 9-1 in league play this season. (KEIZERTIMES/Eric A. Howald)

McNary’s Charlotte Brattain grabs a rebound in a game with North Salem High School last week. The junior varsity team went 9-1 in league play this season. (KEIZERTIMES/Eric A. Howald)

By ERIC A. HOWALD
Of the Keizertimes

At its lowest point this season, the McNary High School girls junior varsity basketball team wasn’t victim to another team or poor play on their part, but inferior refereeing.

“We ended up losing to Beaverton by one point and even the other coach apologized for the officiating. We probably should have won by 10 or 15 points,” said Drew Miller, McNary coach.

The team took the loss hard, and it was probably a factor in another loss the following day, but the Lady Celts picked themselves up and went on a 10-game winning streak that lasted until the final game of league play this season.


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