Fourteen 13-year-olds from Camas-Washougal Babe Ruth are on their way to the World Series, in Jamestown, New York.
Camas and Washougal High School Sports and Community Recreation
Ryan Dungey made history at Washougal Motocross Park Saturday, and so did the weather.
Nick and Jake Carter couldn’t pass up the opportunity to run on their hometown streets and trails during the Lacamas Lake Half Marathon and 5K Sunday.
The 11th Lacamas Lake Half Marathon and 5K return to downtown Camas Sunday with more fanfare. This time, the start and finish line is right out in front of the historic Liberty Theatre. Across Fourth Avenue, Mill City Brew Werks will be running a beer garden for members of the crowd and participants after they cross the finish line.
Bathtub races set the standard for Camas Days crazy and fun.
City history will be celebrated in grand fashion during the Camas Days Parade Saturday, at 11 a.m.
City history will be celebrated in grand fashion during the Camas Days Parade Saturday, at 11 a.m. Tim Hazen wonders where the time has gone organizing and watching this parade grow for the past 15 years. He hopes the “Moments to Remember” theme provides a visual journey down memory lane.
Camas-Washougal rallied from seven runs down in the second inning to win the 13-year-old Southwest Washington Babe Ruth state championship Sunday, at Louis Bloch Park.
John Kaiser spent Father’s Day with his wife, Tina, and sons, Tyler and Daniel, on board the Crown Princess cruise ship to Alaska with the Seahawks.
Graduating seniors from high schools in Southwest Washington had a week to find a common bond on the football field before playing in the Freedom Bowl Saturday.