Silverton Boys Varsity Soccer

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Limited Fans Approved!!!

With the recent changes from the Governor’s office as well as OHA, Silverton High School is now going to be allowing the limited number of fans approved into McGinnis Field (and the High School gymnasium when those events begin).  This IS good news!  Please be advised of the following: For Silverton, this only applies to

Soccer Highlights

Congratulations to both our Boys and Girls Soccer teams! Last night, the Girls came out on top of Lebanon, at Lebanon, beating them 3-0 The Boys also dominated their match, beating Lebanon here at McGinnis field 5-0!  Coach Limbird:  “Our Foxes controlled the game start to finish.  We kept our focus and did not let

Watch FOXES Live!

We are set up for Live Streaming of all our home events at McGinnis Field and the Main Gymnasium at SHS, as well as our contests away from Silverton in most of our League’s facilities.  Click here to set up your account with NFHS Live Stream!  This link is permanently provided in this website’s main

Recording of Athletic Town Hall Meeting

Update:  Here is the link for the recording of the recent Town Hall meeting:  Town Hall Here is the link for our Town Hall Meeting tonight at 7:00 pm:    Fox Town Hall  Please join the Athletic Department for an important Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, February 25th, at 7:00 pm!  Fall sports are set to begin

Important Fall Season Update

FOX FANS:  As many of you may have heard, Governor Brown has given the approval for most Fall Sports to occur, which will officially start OSAA’s Season #2 beginning February 22nd.  Here are some specifics that we would like for you to be aware of for the approved sports of Boys and Girls Soccer, Cross

OSAA 2.8.2021- Fall Sports

Brief of OSAA’s Executive Board Meeting 2/8/2021 For Season #2, Fall Sports, Cross Country and Boys and Girls Soccer competitions have been approved.  Seasons officially begin on February 22nd.  Marion County COVID-19 protocols in place currently require face masks to be worn at all times by athletes, coaches, officials and anyone else present at the events.