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.
Sounds of pins crashing and bowlers cheering brought out the best in Shelby Chartrand.
There’s only one evening of basketball scheduled in Camas this week, and it’s the most important one.
Since James Price and Gabe Lopes watched each other’s backs on the football field for the past four years, it seemed fitting for the two Camas Papermakers to receive scholarships on the same night.
The Camas High School wrestling team captured first place at the Lakes Invitational Saturday.
Happy to be home for the first time in weeks, the Camas High School basketball teams kept rolling along Friday.
The Camas High School boys swimming team completed the first step on its quest for championships.
The Camas High School gymnastics team added another Winterfest snowflake to the trophy case.