Dan Trujillo

Camas and Washougal High School Sports and Community Recreation

Email: dan.trujillo@camaspostrecord.com

Phone: 360-735-4676


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Lacamas Lake Half Marathon fills streets with smiling faces

Jerry Kotsovos could hold the unofficial crown as “Mister Lacamas Lake Half Marathon.” The 68-year-old from Camas has crossed the finish line at this 11-year-old event 11 times. “Unfortunately, my times keep getting slower,” Kotsovos said. “It’s a beautiful course. The fact that I’ve run it every year, I know it so well. I know every turn.”

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Dungey runs this town

No rider or obstacle could keep Ryan Dungey from winning his sixth Washougal National in the last seven years Saturday.

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Baseball teams reach regionals

With a championship opportunity no longer in the cards, the Camas-Washougal Granite Construction Senior Babe Ruth baseball team walked off the field as winners at the Pacific Northwest regional tournament Thursday.

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First pickleball mixer brings hundreds to Hathaway Park

Six new courts welcomed 96 players, family members and friends to Hathaway Park for the first Washougal Pickleball Mixer Saturday and Sunday. As the 48 teams in this double elimination tournament paddled a plastic ball back and forth, Columbia River Pickleball President Mike Wolfe stood in the background and watched his dream come to life. It was impossible to wipe the smile off his face.

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Youth ball clubs honor hometown

Louis Bloch Park provided a perfect setting for the Southwest Washington 13-year-old Babe Ruth state tournament. Fans enjoyed burgers, hot dogs and five days of baseball under the sun in Camas. After an 11-1 loss to Longview Wednesday, Camas-Washougal defeated Chehalis-Centralia 11-0 Thursday, Richland 11-0 Friday and Kennewick 6-0 Saturday to reach the semifinals Sunday.

A fire station for everybody to see

Fire destroys homes in minutes. Smoke intoxicates victims if they don’t have an escape plan. East County Fire and Rescue volunteer firefighter Paula Knapp and Chief Scott Koehler invite community members and visitors to attend the Station 91 open house Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., at 600 N.E. 267th Ave., next to the Grove Field Airport, in Camas.

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Half marathon finds a home downtown

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.

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Finishing a chapter in football

Bobby Jacobs turned and burned with a football in his hands for the last time. The Washougal High School graduate scored two touchdowns, added a 2-point conversion and earned Offensive MVP honors to help the American all-stars defeat the Nationals 40-18 in the 2014 Southwest Washington Shriner’s Freedom Bowl Classic Saturday, at McKenzie Stadium in Vancouver.

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Home is where the baseball is

The Camas-Washougal Babe Ruth 13-year-old all-stars will be playing baseball against the best teams in the state in their own backyard. Games begin Wednesday at Louis Bloch Park, located along Joy Street and East First Avenue in Camas. The top three teams from four days of pool play advance to the championship bracket. The state title game starts at 2 p.m. Sunday.

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Play day with Seahawks

More than 3,000 fans helped the Seattle Seahawks raise the 12th Man Flag at Doc Harris Stadium Saturday, in Camas. “I don’t know if you heard, but we won this thing called the Super Bowl,” said Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin, delivering a roaring response from the crowd. “How could you not be energized for the next season? We gotta get another one of these rings and another one of these trophies.”


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