Panthers and Papermakers strive for improvement
Camas-Washougal stars share the spotlight in New York
Dreams come true for state champion from Washougal
The summer before their senior year at Camas High School, Emma Jimenez, Rylee Mcdonald, Mason Minder, Amanda Shi, Maddie Smit and Sarah Yang helped the Washington Timbers 97 Green soccer team win the Presidents Cup Sunday, at Overland Park, Kansas.
As the hometown crowd multiplied at Forest Home Park, so did the determination of the Camas Little League all-stars to win districts.
Ten East County Junior all-stars, and two from Bridge of the Gods Little League, feasted on their competition at the District 4 baseball tournament.
Graduating seniors from high schools in Southwest Washington had a week to find a common bond on the football field before playing in the Freedom Bowl Saturday.
When Alissa Pudlitzke joined the Evergreen Storm Track Club five years ago, it put her in the fast lane toward running for Camas High School and Boise State University.
More than 300 soccer teams from six states and Canada came to Camas and Vancouver to play in the Clash at the Border tournament.
Sam Geiger topped off his Track Town Youth League championship medal with two scoops of chocolate ice cream.