Ten Washougal and two Camas high school wrestlers are destined for the Tacoma Dome Friday. Those still competing against the best in the state Saturday achieve medals.
When it comes to academics, competition and teamwork, the Camas High School boys swimmers are worth their weight in gold.
After winning its first playoff game since 1983, the Washougal High School girls basketball team pushed Mark Morris to the final buzzer in the semifinals Monday, at Ridgefield High School.
The Camas High School basketball teams swept Heritage off the court Thursday, and raised thousands of dollars for breast cancer research.
Rylan Thompson has never forgotten his loss to Taggart Hartwig in middle school.
With Heritage nipping at their heels, the Camas High School gymnasts swung for a second straight district championship Saturday, at the Northpointe gym in Vancouver.
The Washougal Panthers defended their home turf against wrestlers from the southern region of Washington state Saturday.
The biggest assembly of Papermakers particpated in National College Signing Day today, at Camas High School. Eight athletes were advertised. Four more completed the final steps just in time. All of them thanked their parents, teachers, coaches, teammates, friends, family and community for their unwavering support for the past 12 years.
Several Greater St. Helens wrestlers will begin the journey to the Tacoma Dome in Camas and Washougal.
The Camas boys racked up 522 points to win the 13 high school Southwest Washington Invitational Saturday, at the Dick Mealy Memorial Pool, in Longview.