The Camas volleyball team couldn’t solve Emerald Ridge in the quarterfinal round of the state tournament, but the Papermakers just continued to fight and wound up in sixth place.
“We were able to bring some hardware back to Camas. That was the goal,” said senior outside hitter Cassie Bailie. “We’re a good team, and we put a lot of heart into it. We don’t give up on anything.”
That’s how the ...
A day for revenge ended in disappointment after the Camas volleyball team lost to Emerald Ridge in the quarterfinal round of the state tournament Friday, at St. Martin's University, in Lacey. The Papermakers snipped at the Jaguars' heels several times during the three sets, but they could never get over the hump against the team that defeated them for third place in the bi-district tournament.
The Papermakers delivered four goals in the final 21 minutes of the first half to defeat Wentachee 4-0 in the first round of the 4A state girls soccer tournament Wednesday, at Doc Harris Stadium.
The top of the podium belonged to Bellermine Prep, but the Camas girls cross country runners looked each other in the eye and didn’t see an inch of regret.
“We all raced as hard as we could,” said Alexa Efraimson. “It was a lot more competitive this year than last year.”
The Papermakers finished in second place out of the top 16 schools in the state Saturday, at the Sun Willows Golf Course, in ...
The Camas volleyball team had a smashing good time sweeping Union off the warehouse floor in the district championship match.
“Beating Union in three builds great pride for Camas,” said Carly Banks, who delivered nine kills and two blocks.
“It feels so great to shut them out and claim our zip code and our colors,” said Lauren Harris, after she racked up 14 kills, 14 digs and three blocks.
Dedication and determination paid off for the Papermaker girls swimmers when they became district champions Saturday, at Kelso High School.
Camas racked up 376 points to defeat league champion Union by 39 points.
“We have definitely worked for it,” said sophomore Corinne Bintz. “There is no question that everybody did everything they could today and every morning at practice at 5:15 a.m.”
Bintz, Anna Panebianco, Juliann Reed and Sierra Colletto propelled the Papermakers ...
It didn’t take long for the Camas football team to catch playoff fever.
Monroe pulled a fast one by recovering a short opening kick off to begin the game. It turned out to be the shot in the arm the Papermakers needed.
Michael DiGenova intercepted a pass on the next play to turn the tables for Camas. The Papermakers scored touchdowns on their first seven possessions and buried the Bearcats 55-20 Friday, at Doc ...
The Camas High School volleyball, soccer, football, cross country and swimming teams are out in full force this week chasing state and regional championships.
Fourteen Camas High School football players traveled back into time Saturday.
Nate Beasley, Drew Clarkson, Matt Danis, Michael DiGenova, Chris Durrett, Zach Eagle, Caleb Eldred, Reilly Hennessey, Dustin Krecklow, Jorden Payne, Brendan Unger, Dylan White, Dalton Wunderlich and Ethan Young watched the Camas Cardinals fourth- and fifth-grade Clark County Youth Football team beat the Hawks 20-19 in double overtime at Fishback Stadium.
“You see a little guy running exactly like you did at that age ...
Washougal, Hockinson and Aberdeen will play sudden death football starting at 7 p.m. today, at Kelso High School.
The three teams will face each other in a round robin format. One team starts with the football on the 25-yard line, while the other plays defense. The objective is to score a touchdown or kick a field goal in four downs. The rounds continue until one team prevents the other from tying the score, or ...
After locking up the league title, the Camas volleyball team will host the district championship match Wednesday.
“It’s a good accomplishment for the girls, but they’re always looking ahead,” said head coach Julie Nidick. “Ultimately, their goal is to get back to state. But you can never overlook and opponent or a step in the process. That’s when an upset can happen.”
The Papermakers are going to the bi-district tournament Friday and ...
The Papermakers are the queens of soccer in Camas. They have two victories against their city rivals to prove it.
“Being in the program for as many years as we have, it feels good to see all the hard work pay off,” said junior defender Sarah Tennyson. “We are finally the league and district champions.”
Tennyson headed in a perfectly placed corner kick by Maddy Belzer in the 30th minute of a 1-0 victory for ...
Welcome to sudden death football. Washougal, Aberdeen and Hockinson will fight for the 2A Greater St. Helens League’s final playoff spot Tuesday night, in Kelso. The three teams will face each other in a round robin format. One team starts with the football on the 25-yard line, while the other plays defense. Touchdowns or field goals are the name of the game. The rounds continue until one team prevents the other from tying the ...
Courtney Owens, Hannah Wright, Karina Miller and Meredith Collins crossed the finish line in order to help the Washougal girls cross country team win the league championship race Thursday, at Hockinson Meadows.
Owens finished the 5,000-meter course in fourth place with a time of 21 minutes, 36.5 seconds. Wright followed her in fifth place (21:53.5), Miller claimed sixth place (21:55.6) and Collins snagged seventh place (21:59.6).
A 62-0 victory in their homecoming football game sounds like a perfect night for the Camas Papermakers. But not when the field gets littered with yellow flags.
Camas had drives disrupted and touchdowns taken away against Heritage because of blocks in the back, holding, illegal formations and other violations.
“When there’s penalties, we always try to focus on the next play,” said senior offensive and defensive lineman Matt Danis. “You can’t get caught ...