Local Sports

Primed for a resurgence

Injuries can humble a team or help it discover obscure pieces to the puzzle.

Staying home to play tennis

Clark and Caryn Vitek spent the past 22 Thanksgiving vacations playing tennis in Palm Springs, Calif. This year, they had a good reason to stay home. Oh sure, they still played tennis. But this time, it was in their new four court 27,000-square foot translucent covered facility in Camas. Evergreen Tennis, located at 5225 N.W. 38th Avenue, offers free play Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. In December, the facility will be open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Hours will expand in the new year with increasing membership growth. If the need becomes great enough, there are plans to build two more indoor courts on site.

More Papermakers are crowding the bowling alleys

The sound of crashing bowling pins is catching on at Camas High School.

Washington runs on Mill Town Power

Camas High School runners Emily Wilson, Alissa Pudlitzke, Emma Jenkins and Said Guermali gave Team Washington a dose of mill town power during its BorderClash with Oregon Sunday, on the Nike World Headquarters, in Beaverton, Ore.

Genesis of VEGA

VEGA continues to evolve in Camas.

Fall all-league athletes and coaches

Camas-Washougal high school fall all-league athletes and coaches list.

Abrupt end of the road

A season should not be defined by its ending, but by its journey.

Milltown Project breaks the ice

The view from the start line for these Camas runners was like nothing they had seen before.

Finishing the deal

The Camas High School volleyball team finished a rung higher on the state championship ladder than it did a season ago.

Finishing the deal in fifth

After a difficult loss to Emerald Ridge in the state quarterfinals, the Camas High School volleyball team earned a better finish than last season when it defeated Tahoma for fifth place. "The seniors will remember the feeling of this last match, and how the entire team came together for a great finish," said senior outside hitter Lauren Harris. "It was the perfect way to wrap up the season," added senior middle blocker Sophi Jacobson. "We played with passion and with heart. It doesn't get much better than that."