Ten Papermakers put pen to paper toward their future destinations after gradutation on National College Signing Day Wednesday.
“I’m excited to play football and not have my parents tell me to clean my room,” said Drew Clarkson after signing with Oregon State University.
It has been a crazy road up to this point in Clarkson’s life. Eleven months ago, he found out that he had stage 2 testicular cancer. Though surgery, rest and ...
Shelby Chartrand crashed pins with the best bowlers in the state and walked away with an eighth-place medal Friday, at Tacoma Narrows Plaza Bowl.
The 14-year-old Camas High School freshman rose above 61 other bowlers with a 1,120 series. She rolled games of 168, 170, 180, 187, 192 and 223.
“Every single game, she improved up to that 223,” said coach Doug Huegli. “As the day progressed, she just got stronger and bowled with ...
With the 4A district wrestling tournament fast approaching, coach Cory Vom Baur threw down the gauntlet for the Papermakers. “If you are looking for a way out, take it. There are exits everywhere, but these kids are training to beat you,” he said. Veteran Camas wrestlers Tye Lommasson, Marcus Hartman, Noah Shannon, Bryant Elliott, Talon Edmiston take Vom Baur’s words to heart. He was a three-time state finalist when he wrestled for Evergreen High ...
Ten Papermakers put pen to paper today on their future destinations after graduation. “I’m excited to play football and not have my parents tell me to clean my room,” said Drew Clarkson after signing with Oregon State University. It has been a crazy road to this point in Clarkson’s life. Eleven months ago, he found out that he had stage 2 testicular cancer. Though surgery, rest and recuperation, Clarkson never lost sight of ...
The first league victory came in the nick of time for the Washougal boys basketball team.
Austin Tran netted 13 of his team-leading 27 points in the fourth quarter to help the Panthers defeat Ridgefield 62-48 Jan. 28, at Washougal High School. He also made all eight of his shots from the foul line during those final eight minutes.
“I think this was one of the most important games,” Tran said. “It was either win ...
The Camas girls basketball team finished the deal with Union Friday, but the boys ended up digesting another bitter pill.
Senior Night started off right for the Papermakers when Rachel Rice, the only senior on the Camas girls team, delivered the first basket of the game.
Rice also served Brenna Khaw and Nikki Corbett passes on a silver platter to help the Papermakers put the finishing touches on a 37-30 victory against the Titans.
Athletes from around the globe are coming to Washougal to stand up on a board and paddle in the Columbia River.
The World Paddleboard Association’s first Salmon Classic takes off from Cottonwood Beach Saturday, Aug. 31, at Capt. William Clark Park. An 8-mile long course challenge kicks off at 9 a.m., followed by a 4-mile short course race at 11 a.m., and a 2-mile novice event at noon.
The winning male and ...
Shelby Chartrand will crash pins with the best bowlers in the state Friday, at Tacoma Narrows Plaza Bowl. The 14-year-old Camas High School freshman finished in seventh place at the 4A district tournament Jan. 30, at Allen’s Crosley Lanes in Vancouver. She rolled games of 170, 174 and 183 for a 527 series. “This is a really big opportunity,” Chartrand said. “Basically, what I did was have fun and bowl my game like it ...
The Papermakers earned their watermarks Wednesday, at LaCamas Swim & Sport. Kasey Calwell, Lucas Ulmer and John Utas won all four of their events to help the Camas boys beat Union, 155-130, Mountain View, 183-94, Evergreen, 211-36, and Heritage, 212-25.
The Washougal High School girls are ahead of the curve after the first run through league. Besides a 44-point loss to defending 2A state champion Mark Morris, the Panthers took care of business against Ridgefield, Hockinson and R.A. Long.
Twelve out of 14 Washougal wrestlers snagged medals from the Columbia Gorge Invitational Saturday, at Stevenson High School. And the team brought home the trophy.
The Camas High School gymnastics team racked up 168.52 points to beat Union by 23.62 points Saturday, at the Northpointe Gymnastics Center in Vancouver.
The hearts inside these Camas High School boys basketball players are beating fast. They started out 0-3 in league. Now they are 3-3, after defeating Skyview 50-48 Friday, and Battle Ground 50-47 Jan. 21, in the Camas warehouse. “I’m going to remember this for the rest of my life,” said junior James Price. “When the fans are in it and the team is in it, it’s an exciting time.”
Bryant Elliott took Daniel Rice to the wood chipper Saturday, at Mountain View High School.
Erin Locke and Morgan Ratcliff wrestled each other like they would any day in Washougal.
There just happened to be fans from all over Clark County watching them under the lights at Mountain View High School, Saturday.
“It’s always hard wrestling your teammate,” Locke said. “Right off the whistle, I could see her trying not to smile. I tried not to make eye contact with her. But in the end, it’s all good ...
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- January 21, 2014