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Zhu Up For SJ Athlete of the Week

South Salem golfer Ashley Zhu is up for this weeks Statesman-Journal’s Athlete of the Week. The senior won the Greater Valley Conference  district tournament by six strokes with a score of 149 Trysting Tree Golf Course last week. Zhu has been medalist in five of the six tournaments she’s entered this season.  Zhu will be

BASE: 10-run 5th leads Saxons past McNary, 11-1

In the second and final game of the season series, South Salem used a 10-run fifth inning to pick up an 11-1 victory over McNary in five innings. South Salem is now 19-4 (11-3). McNary is now 10-14 (6-8). Ryan Brown got the start for the Saxons, battling through 5 innings to pick up his

Tennis Duo Named Sports and Breakfast Club Athletes of the Week

Saxon Women’s Tennis players Kellie McSween and Selbie Christensen were named the Salem Sports and Breakfast Club Athletes of the Week this past week.  The duo was honored with a breakfast at Willamette University’s Goudy Hall by the organization.  They were joined by family, coaches, and teammates Julia Da Silva, Maddy Hadden, Lydia Prestwich, Catherine

BASE: Saxons 17, Summit 3

In a non-league contest in Bend on Saturday, South Salem took advantage of a Summit team that struggled to throw strikes, ultimately picking up a 17-3 victory in 5 innings. The game serves as a preview for the next four years, as Summit will become a league opponent starting the 2018-19 school year. South Salem

BASE: South Salem 13, McNary 4

South Salem took advantage of a 7-run second inning to pick up a victory in the first game of a two-game series against McNary on Friday. South Salem is now 17-4 (10-3). McNary is now 10-13 (6-7). The game opened with the first pitch from McNary starter Kyle McCallister hitting Sean Alvarado. Moments later, McCallister’s attempted

Tennis Clinches GVC League Championship

South Salem’s Women’s Tennis Team clinched the GVC dual-match championship yesterday afternoon, beating West Salem 8-0.  The Saxons moved to 11-1 on the season, 7-1 in league play. Abby Fedor earned another solid win, beating her opponent 6-0, 6-0 at the 1 singles spot.  Hannah Leichty added a win at the 4-singles spot 6-0, 6-0