The Bobcats couldn’t keep the Panthers down Friday.
“These kids just continue to fight in the face of adversity. We didn’t take the lead until the final four minutes of the game. That’s how long we had to battle to make it happen,” said head coach Bob Jacobs. “As long as we continue to compete and work hard, we can achieve things we never thought we could achieve.”
A 16-0 scoring barrage ...
Brothers Riley and Zach Hein made their last race at Round Lake a memorable one.
The Camas High School seniors were the first two runners to cross the finish line Oct. 15.
Riley completed the 5,000-meter course in 17 minutes, 37 seconds. Zach followed in 17:47.
“It was really cool to be able to look back and see that my brother was right behind me. I could feel him pushing me the whole ...
The Papermakers won the biggest football game in Camas with a 44-6 victory against Union Friday, at Doc Harris Stadium. Washougal utilized a safety and two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to defeat Aberdeen 28-21.
Opportunity wound up in the hands of Zach Eagle and Michael DiGenova, and they delivered for the Papermakers.
The Camas football team turned five defensive touchdowns into a 62-15 victory against Evergreen Friday, at McKenzie Stadium.
“We knew our defense was pretty darn good, but I had never seen anything like that before,” said head coach Jon Eagle. “I just love their style of play. It’s aggressive, fast and physical. They play sideline to ...
There’s no place like Fishback Stadium for the Washougal High School football team.
After losing at Rainier, Ore., and at R.A. Long, in Longview, the Panthers returned to a festive homecoming atmosphere and defeated Ridgefield 36-18 Friday. Washougal is 3-0 on the new turf.
“It’s an inspiring environment to play in front of that large crowd,” said head coach Bob Jacobs. “These kids will always play hard for this community and this ...
After taking care of business against Skyview and Fort Vancouver Wednesday, the Camas girls swimmers rose above 15 other schools to win the Kelso Invitational Saturday.
“We had a great effort,” said head coach Mike Bemis. “Our mid-level girls really came through for us, and I was proud of that.”
Lightning flashes delayed the inevitable for Brian Humphreys.
The reigning 4A state title holder was about to become a district champion for the first time in his young high school career at Camas Oct. 8, on the Tri-Mountain golf course in Ridgefield.
The wind and the rain hadn’t shaken his confidence. He stepped over the standing water on the greens without worry until those crackling sounds off in the distance sent the marshal out ...
There’s no place like Fishback Stadium for the Washougal High School football team. The Panthers defeated Ridgefield 36-18 Friday, on the eve of their homecoming dance. Bobby Jacobs grilled the Spudders with four touchdown runs. Jacobs and Will Peterson recovered fumbles caused by Tristan Roseff and Brandon Casteel. Peterson returned his fumble to the 1-yard line, and then Jacobs jumped over the line of defenders to score a touchdown. He also ran in the ...
Thomas Normandeau has found his calling as a long distance runner.
The Washougal High School senior joined the cross country team last season to get in better shape for soccer.
Back on the trails for the Panthers this fall, Normandeau said he is considering going out for track in the spring.
“Running seems to be opening more doors for me,” he said. “I like the environment. Every single athlete’s parents, and even more people ...
Caryn and Clark Vitek’s Evergreen Tennis Facility is coming to Camas.
Four indoor courts will be constructed on 2.28 acres of land at 20320 S.E. 20th St. These courts will come with a translucent ceiling to capture natural light.
The league championship is in the golf bag for the Camas boys. Today, they are aiming for the flag sticks at the district tournament on Tri-Mountain.
“This is only my second league title. The last time we won it was when I was a sophomore,” said senior Braeden Campbell. “We won districts back when I was a freshman. I want to end off on a good note and double up with the league and district ...
Kiggins Bowl wasn’t ready for all this Papermaking, and neither was Skyview.
The lights shut off at the stadium with about five minutes left in the third quarter. By then, the Camas football team had already sucked the juice out of the Storm.
The game resumed after about a 20-minute delay, and the Papermakers put the finishing touches on a 47-12 league opening victory.
“I will remember this game forever because of that,” said ...
Kiggins Bowl was not ready for this much Papermaking, and neither was Skyview. The lights went out at the stadium Friday with the Camas football team leading 47-0. By then, the Papermakers had already sucked the juice out of the Storm. After a 20-minute blackout, Camas went on to win 47-12.
The Camas girls soccer team did everything it could to defeat the 3A state champions.
Columbia River put tons of pressure on the Papermakers, but the defensive dam never broke.
The result was a 0-0 draw Thursday, at Kiggins Bowl.
“I liked how well we played, I just wished we would have gotten one in the net,” said Camas junior midfielder Riley Allison. “This is going to light a flame under us, for sure.”
The Papermaker football typhoon swallowed Lakes 49-0 Friday, at Doc Harris Stadium.
The Lancers defeated the Camas football team in overtime during the 2010 state quarterfinals at the same location. This town had not forgotten about that day, and neither did the seniors in the Papermaker pads. They had a job to do.
“I remember looking into the eyes of those seniors and not wanting to feel how they felt,” said quarterback Reilly Hennessey. “Lakes ...