On the sidelines: Good night, Doc

Celebrating another touchdown by the Camas High School football team Saturday, at Doc Harris Stadium. The Papermakers beat Cascade 63-28 in the first round of the state tournament. Buy this photo

Nate Beasley eclipsed the 200-yard mark and scored five touchdowns.

Zach Eagle caught a touchdown pass and returned an interception for six more points.

It was a special night for these two Camas football players, and an emotional one for all of the Papermakers. In the last game these seniors will ever play at Doc Harris Stadium, they led Camas to a 63-28 victory against Cascade Saturday in the first round of the state tournament.

Beasley delivered touchdown runs of 34, 33 and 40 yards in the first quarter. He broke away for a 48-yard touchdown run and caught a 54-yard touchdown pass from Reilly Hennessey in the second quarter.

Michael DiGenova caught a 48-yard touchdown pass from Hennessey on the first play of the third quarter.

Eagle had a 42-yard interception return for a touchdown to jump start the running clock in the third quarter. Eagle also caught an 18-yard touchdown pass from Hennessey in the second quarter.

Cole Zarcone put Camas up 63-14 on a 20-yard touchdown run. Brian Kelly had one mad dash for 46 yards.

The Papermakers meet Eastlake in the state quarterfinals Saturday, in Samammish. The winner goes to the Tacoma Dome and the loser packs up for the winter.

Read more about the last night at Doc Harris Stadium in Tuesday’s print edition of the Post-Record.

See you on the sidelines.