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Athletes beyond High School!

  Here are some of our incredible graduating seniors who have recently committed to colleges and universities to continue their educational and athletic pursuits.  The Class of 2020 has worked hard, in the classroom and on the field/court, and we are so proud of them! CONGRATULATIONS, FOXES! Josslyn Ames – Corbin University, Basketball Maddie Broyhill

2020-2021 Dance and Cheer Tryouts

Because of school closure through the remainder of  the 2019-20 school year due to COVID-19, and subsequent OSAA mandates to suspend all High School athletic activity, we are postponing our normal late spring tryouts for both Dance and Cheer teams. For CHEER  information, view SHS CHEER Flyer For DANCE information, view ’20-’21 Dance Tryout Flyer Those interested are encouraged

MWC Boys Basketball Team Selections

Congratulations to Coach McCarty, named the MWC Coach of the Year, and David Gonzales, named MWC Player of the Year, for 2019-2020!       Congratulations to additional well-deserved and select honorees: First Team: Grant Dunn     ***       Owen Cote’     ***        David Gonzales Second Team: Jordan McCarty Honorable Mention:

Basketball Teams ROCKED it!

Foxes Boys and Girls Basketball had a rock-star run this past season to potentially take home State Titles.  So proud of their abilities, hard work and accomplishments!  The OSAA has rewarded the top four with the blue-plated Final Four!  Congratulations coaches and athletes – you make our school and community proud!

Foxes Dance – Coach of the Year!

Paula Magee, Silverton – 5A Coach of the Year  (Article excerpt from the DDCA – Dance Drill Coaches Association of Oregon) Paula Magee started the dance team at Silverton in 1994. Paula began her dance training at an early age in Southern California. While she trained extensively in ballet, pointe, jazz, tap and lyrical, it is

2019-2020 Girls Basketball

Girls 5A Basketball All-State teams have recently been announced!  Foxes proudly represented:  See  Oregon Live article