On the sidelines: Camas treats fans to 62-0 homecoming victory

A 62-0 victory in their homecoming football game sounds like a perfect night for the Camas Papermakers. But not when the field gets littered with yellow flags.

Camas had drives disrupted and touchdowns taken away because of blocks in the back, holding, illegal formations and other violations. At one point, head coach Jon Eagle pulled the first string off the field. It seemed to be the wake up call the Papermakers needed.

Once the starters returned to the field, James Price rose above the defender and snagged a 28-yard catch from Reilly Hennessey after the two had been denied a touchdown because of a flag. Hennessey then fired a 39-yard touchdown pass to Jorden Payne that pumped up the Camas side.

Zach Eagle got Doc Harris Stadium rocking again when he returned the punt for a 40-yard touchdown. Eagle also caught a 16-yard touchdown pass from Hennessey.

Nate Beasley delivered three touchdown runs of 58, 10 and 56 yards.

Jason Vailea bowled into the end zone for a touchdown, following a 52-yard run by Cole Zarcone.

Charles Bronson scooped up a fumble and returned it to the Heritage 14-yard line. Jake Peebles ran the ball in for a touchdown.

Brendan Unger recovered a fumble on the next defensive series. Brian Kelly and Jordan Del Moral busted out several yards. Kelly capped off the drive with a 1-yard touchdown run.

Read more about this game in Tuesday’s print edition of the Post-Record.

See you on the sidelines.