It had been a long time since Ben Gruher and Brian Humphreys went one-on-one on the golf course, but that's what the 4A district tournament boiled down to Tuesday.
The Papermakers left everything on the diamond during the slowpitch softball district championship game Monday, at Heritage High School. Kamryn Schroeder, Tori O’Neill and Emma Jimenez led off the top of the seventh inning with back-to-back-to-back hits to load the bases. Rio Smith added an RBI single, Katie Schroeder delivered a 3-run double and McKinley Johnson knocked in a run on a ground out. Abbi Wong and Kennedy Ferguson kept the rally alive with 2-out base hits, but the next Papermaker grounded out to end the game. Skyview held on for a 12-10 victory.
Propelled by a 35-point wave, the Camas football team methodically dismantled Skyview 56-24 Friday, at Doc Harris Stadium.
No football team has been able to stop Woodland so far.
With throbbing legs and thumping hearts, the Camas High School girls soccer players remained bound and determined until the final whistle.
Playing in front of a packed warehouse at Camas High School propelled the Papermakers to a five-set victory against Battle Ground Sept. 30.
The Camas High School boys golf team defeated Union by two strokes for the second time in three days. The Papermakers also rose above 14 other schools to win the Prairie Invitational Wednesday, at The Cedars on Salmon Creek.
When illnesses knocked two Papermakers out of the rotation, Camas got creative on the fly and weathered the Skyview Storm.
Competing against some of the best high school and middle school cross country teams in the western United States gave the Camas and Washougal squads something to shoot for Saturday, at Portland Meadows.
Evergreen got under Camas’ skin, but then the Papermakers showed their resolve.