The Washougal softball team capped off a breakout week with three victories.
Behind the pitching of freshman Courtney Shelley and the hitting of sophomore Madisen Baldwin, the Panthers beat the Fort Vancouver Trappers 15-0 March 26, at Fort Vancouver High School.
Baldwin went 2-for-2 at the plate, and reached base for a third time by drawing a walk. Sierra Carroll finished 3-for-4 with three singles, and Becca Bennett went 2-for-4. Senior co-captain Jackie Cohrs knocked ...
The Camas and Washougal boys soccer teams had two weeks to establish their new lineups, but the now the games are about to get serious.
Tonight will mark the first league match of the season for both the Panthers and the Papermakers.
Camas (3-2) challenges Skyview, the defending 4A state champion, at Doc Harris Stadium. Washougal (2-5) welcomes R.A. Long to Fishback Stadium. Both games begin at 7 p.m.
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- by By Dan Trujillo Post-Record Staff
- March 26, 2013
Pitching and defense wins baseball games, but so does a few timely hits in the right spot.
The Papermakers explored all of those avenues to find a way to beat Battle Ground Friday, Evergreen Monday and begin the season with a 2-0 league record.
"I'm happy with how everything has started out," said junior pitcher and first baseman Dylan White. "We're doing what we need to do to win ball games. I feel ...
Camas went the distance on the track and in the field to defeat 18 schools from Clark County, Kelso, Longview and Chehalis Saturday, at the Tiger Invitational, in Battle Ground.
"It's important for all of these teams to be able to come together as a county and showcase the best athletes we have to offer," said head girls coach Alisa Wise. "This meet gets a lot of kids involved before you come back from ...
The Washougal High School girls tennis team clinched third place at the Longview tournament Friday and Saturday, at the Mint Valley Racquet Club.
Seven Panthers earned ribbons for their efforts. The team of Taryn Boni and Jenni Ladwig reached the championship match in the doubles bracket and settled for second place.
"Jenni's serves were on, and Taryn was able to take advantage at the net. They had a good system going," said head coach ...
The Camas High School lacrosse team celebrated its first career victory Friday, at Doc Harris Stadium.
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- March 19, 2013
With a razzling hip-hop routine and a dazzling jazz display, the Camas High School dancers are on their way to the 4A state dance and drill championships Friday and Saturday, at the Yakima Sun Dome.
Head coach Ranae Scott is thrilled that the Papermakers earned this opportunity in just their first dancing season in the largest classification in the state. Most of the 4A teams have more members coming up through middle school programs every ...
Katie Schroeder never dreamed she would pitch so well in her first varsity start.
The Camas High School sophomore didn't give up a hit to Washougal in the five innings it took for the Papermakers to beat the Panthers 12-0. She also racked up 11 strikeouts. She was only two walks and a hit batter away from throwing a perfect game.
"To get my first varsity start was such an awesome feeling. This is ...
After suffering a 3-2 loss to Skyline Saturday, the Camas High School boys soccer team got right back to work Monday and earned a victory.
Austin Cassity delivered a goal and an assist, and Cameron Eyman and Riley Brannon also netted goals, to help the Papermakers defeat Prairie 5-0 at Doc Harris Stadium.
The Falcons knocked two balls into their own goal. It was a well-deserved win for Camas, who played without any substitutes.
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- by By Dan Trujillo Post-Record Staff
- March 12, 2013
Camas High School graduate Caleb Malychewski still has a soft spot in his heart for baseball, but wrestling is what gets his blood pumping at Pacific University, in Forest Grove, Ore.
"In baseball, there's lots of politics on who plays. In wrestling, you beat the guys in your weight class and you get to go to the varsity level. There's no question about it," Malychewski said. "There's a saying that 'once you ...
Thirty-two athletes from Camas, Columbia River, Mountain View, Hudson’s Bay and Union high schools are building an unbreakable bond through rugby. They are called the Clark County Warriors.
"A warrior is somebody who keeps fighting for what we want," said CHS junior Jason Vailea. "Our team is a family, and we will keep fighting for each other until the end of the match."
Vailea enjoys playing the game with Papermakers Nick Gadbaw, Jesse Kiesser ...
The artificial turf at Fishback Stadium in Washougal is ripping and peeling apart.
The Washougal School District maintenance staff has done an admirable job of maintaining and repairing the field since it was installed in 2002, but gluing, re-stitching and taping can only do so much after more than a decade of wear and tear. There is a growing foundation of community builders who are determined to save this field for future generations, but they ...
As she prepares for her final season of track and field for the University of Washington, Jordin Seekins is ready to let that javelin fly.
"Coming off indoors and all my training, I feel really good about everything that is about to happen," said the 22-year-old team captain from Washougal. "I want my teammates to compete with fire and passion for the school. You can't step into the circle or on the runway and ...
Camas High School juniors Cassius Johnson, Oliver Stanchfield and Bryce Tabbut live for lacrosse.
"When we get up every day, this is the first thing on our minds. We can't wait to get out here," Stanchfield said. "Once you find something you love, you never want to stop doing it. I never realized how fun this sport could be until I started playing it all the time."
Lacrosse coach Jim Avino has been attached ...
The Washougal High School boys basketball team picked up the intensity in the second half and pushed the game into overtime, but the Panthers were never able to get a handle on the Hockinson Hawks.
Michael McElroy made both of his foul shots to tie the game up for Washougal and send it into overtime. Nate Adams won the tip off for the Panthers, Austin Tran got to the ball and put it right in ...