Snaps over the punter’s head doomed Central Catholic from the start, while the Camas High School football team continued to find ways to win Sept. 1 at Hillsboro Stadium.
Jenna Efraimson had the hot foot early on for the Camas High School girls soccer team, and then Maddie Kemp kicked in three points for the Papermakers in the second half.
Just a few plays into the first game of the season after a long bus ride north, the Washougal Panthers pounced on a fumble by the West Seattle Wildcats and scored a touchdown Sept. 1 in Seattle.
Last week’s Black and Orange scrimmage game was just a taste of things to come.
Everybody in Camas still talks about that state football championship victory like it happened yesterday.
Excitement for football hasn’t eclipsed in Camas.
As Washougal welcomes more football players into the family this fall, the time has come for the Panthers to take another step forward.
More than 6,000 men and women were crowned Spartans Saturday, at Washougal Motocross Park.
Those who visit Skamania Lodge have the same questions when they look up.