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 ...
You have to love running in order to perform under the windy and rainy conditions witnessed Saturday, and the Camas High School cross country competitors do.
“Every single one of these kids gave it their all,” said head coach Laurie Porter. “You could see it on their faces and in their form by the end of the races — they had nothing left.”
Alexa Efraimson, Alissa Pudlitzke, Marley LeFore, Maddie Woodson and Meghan Finley led the ...
It had almost been three years since Lakes eliminated Camas in the 2010 state quarterfinals at Doc Harris Stadium. This town had not forgotten about that day, and neither did those seniors in the Papermaker football pads. They had a job to do. "I remember looking into the eyes of those seniors after that game and not wanting to feel how they felt," said quarterback Reilly Hennessey. "Lakes is the only team we have lost ...
The Washougal Panthers eluded the Fort Vancouver Trappers and reached the end zone five times in a 35-0 victory Friday, at Kiggins Bowl.
Senior Bobby Jacobs ran for 149 yards in the first half and scored three touchdowns. He rushed for a grand total of 229 yards in the game.
“I got to give it up to our up front linemen. They play with a lot of heart. We wouldn’t be able to do ...
The bees were stinging the greens Thursday, at Camas Meadows.
Brian Humphreys shot an even-par round of 36 strokes. He came within a few feet of chipping in an eagle on the ninth hole, but had no problem settling for a birdie.
Braeden Campbell was 3-over after the first three holes, before sinking a clutch par putt on the fourth hole. He went 1-under the rest of the round, dropped in a birdie putt on ...
The Camas volleyball team blew the reining 3A state champions out of their own building Sept. 17, at Prairie High School.
“This is never an easy place to play,” said head coach Julie Nidick. “There’s a Camas-Prairie rivalry that goes beyond league. This team has a lot of heart.”
The Papermakers took the first set 25-21, and rallied back to tie the second set and force overtime. A questionable out-of-bounds call was ruled in ...
After riding in a bus for three hours just to get to the field, the Enumclaw Hornets stung the visiting Camas girls soccer team with a goal in three minutes.
The numbing feeling in their veins proved to make the Papermakers angry. It only took them five minutes to find antidote. Once Anyssa DeVera delivered a through ball and Amanda Shi fired it into the net, the game was tied.
Camas broke the Hornet’s ...
Both the Camas and Washougal high school football teams won big on the road Thursday and Friday.
Four different Panthers found the end zone to help the Washougal High School football team defeat Tenino 28-7 Friday, at Fishback Stadium.
“This is one of those games where we knew we had to fight,” said senior lineman Christian Edmonson. “It feels great to be able to defend our new turf. This is the stuff we prepared for in camp.”
Edmonson dedicated the victory to his father Rick, who is in the hospital with liver ...
The Washougal girls soccer and volleyball teams tasted victory on their new playing surfaces.
An excited crowd inside the Joe Brown Gymnasium anxiously waited for the first volleyball match to begin on the new hardwood floor. Brown’s wife, Jane Dally, and son, Jeff, held up the orange ribbon for the Washougal volleyball players to run through.
“I like the big Panther in the middle,” said senior volleyball player Emily Field. “It looks sweet.”
Backed by a $1,000 grant from Right To Play, the Camas based Vancouver Elite Gymnastics Academy hosts an open gym and a Cartwheel-A-Thon Saturday.
The goal of this grant program is to increase the exposure and accessibility to gymnastics to a diverse population of children, and to use the sport to educate and empower those facing adversity. All proceeds from the event will go back to Right To Play.
“It’s an unbelievable opportunity ...
Four different Panthers found the end zone to help the Washougal High School football team defeat Tenino 28-7 Friday, at Fishback Stadium. The Panthers ran the ball six times for a total of 53 yards during the game's opening drive. Bobby Jacobs broke away for a huge chunk of yards on his first carry of the season. Brandon Casteel slithered over the defender and stretched his arms across the goal line for a touchdown.
As the Washougal High School football team broke through the ticker tape to their new turf field Friday, John Fishback Jr. had one request.
“Win one for the old Gipper,” said the son of John Fishback, the former Washougal School District superintendent for whom the stadium is named.
“My dad would have appreciated it and the support from the community for it,” he said. “I think he considered this to be one of his best ...
Eryn Brown has a golden boot for the Portland State University women’s soccer team.
The junior midfielder from Camas fired three goals into the net and assisted on two others to help the Vikings beat New Mexcio State 7-0 Sept. 1, during the UNLV Tournament at Peter Johann Field, in Las Vegas.
“Getting a hat trick and two assists was close to the best result I could have asked for,” Brown said. “I felt ...