On the sidelines: No trespassing
Saturday, September 15, 2012
The Camas and Washougal high school football teams defended their hometowns Friday night.
The Panthers tore the Fort Vancouver Trappers to shreds 74-7 and the Papermakers mauled Auburn Mountainview 45-14.
Matt Randall made three trips to the end zone for Washougal. The senior caught a 9-yard touchdown pass from Guy LaRue, and returned a fumble and an interception for touchdowns. He snagged a Fort Vancouver pass out of the end zone, ran the length of the field and scored a touchdown.
Austin Tofell had four touchdowns and an interception. Bobby Jacobs delivered some heavy hits on defense and added a touchdown run on offense. Brandon Casteel collected three touchdowns. Randy Gubser and Adam Thomas also intercepted passes, and Chase Duey and Joe Philbin recovered fumbles.
Over in Camas, Zach Eagle picked off two passes on defense that set the Papermakers up for touchdowns. The first one was on a 13-yard run by Nate Beasley. The second one came off a 44-yard swing pass from Reilly Hennessey to Vince Huber.
Beasley added a second touchdown in the third quarter. Huber also soared into the end zone for his second touchdown. John Norcross finished off a goal line rush in the first quarter. Roldan Alcobendas kicked a 52-yard field goal and Jack Beall caught a 6-yard touchdown pass from Hennessey in the second quarter.
Camas and Washougal will take their show on the road next week. The Panthers head to Clatskanie, Ore., and the Papermakers travel to Lakewood to tackle Lakes. Both games begin at 7 p.m.
Read more about both of these games in Tuesday’s print edition of the Post-Record.
See you on the sidelines.