Dan Trujillo

Camas and Washougal High School Sports and Community Recreation

Email: dan.trujillo@camaspostrecord.com

Phone: 360-735-4676

Recent Stories

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Camas softball pitcher continues wicked pace

Whether she steps into the pitcher’s circle or the batter’s box, Katie Schroeder strikes fear into the hearts of her opponents.

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Panthers rain on Mountain View

The rain wouldn’t let up in Washougal March 17, and neither would the Panthers during a five-run fifth inning that led to a 7-2 victory against Mountain View.

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Only rivalry left

The Camas and Washougal high school rivalry thrived for more than a century, but now the games between these two neighbors are rare.

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Turning the tide

Camas stepped on to enemy soil at Union High School Monday, and made a statement against the defending league champions.

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Seamless effort

The Camas High School boys soccer team made the last five minutes of each half count in a 3-0 victory against Hockinson Monday, at Doc Harris Stadium.

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Washougal fighter primed for heavyweight title shot

Washougal mixed martial artist Chris De La Rocha fights for his first professional heavyweight championship Saturday, at the Clark County Event Center, in Ridgefield.

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Community ballpark comes alive at 75

Approaching its second diamond anniversary, Louis Bloch Park will be shining brighter than ever by April.

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Camas girls lose grip in first round of state tournament

Saturday’s state regional playoff game slipped away from Camas High School girls basketball team in the second quarter.

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A stroke of genius

Kayla Yraceburu’s evolution from swimming to rowing has been a stroke of genius.

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Bittersweet loss for Camas boys

Although they were thrilled to be playing in the basketball program’s first state playoff game in 51 years, turnovers and missed free throws in the final minute broke the Camas boy’s hearts.

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