Stories by Dan Trujillo

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July 6, 2017
The East County and Camas Little League softball stars squared off in three games to determine the District 4 championship at David Douglas Park, in Vancouver. After East County beat in extra innings June 28, Camas defeated East County in back-to-back games Friday to become champions.

A Camas, East County all-star showcase

A standing-room-only crowd came to George Schmid Memorial Park Sunday to see Camas beat Cascade 10-3 for the 8-10 Washington District 4 championship.

June 29, 2017
Sam Geiger looks forward to making his brother, mother and father proud as a runner for Camas High School this fall. The 14-year-old set personal best times in the 800- and 1,600-meter races at the Portland Track Festival.

The next Geiger

Sam Geiger was born to run. His mother, Sherrie, became an All-American in cross country and a national champion in the 3,000 meters for the University of Idaho. She also…

June 29, 2017
Brian Humphreys fires in a 50-foot eagle putt from the back of the green at the Oregon Golf Club Friday. After six days and 143 holes of golf, the 19-year-old from Washougal earned second place at the Oregon Amatuer Championship.

Six days of heaven

Six days of golf felt like heaven to Brian Humphreys, even if it was pushing 100 degrees outside by the weekend. After finishing off five opponents and keeping his hopes…

June 22, 2017
Nathan Tofell bursts through the battle lines of Panthers and Plainsmen to score a touchdown for Washougal in a scrimmage game against Evergreen Tuesday, at McKenzie Stadium in Vancouver.

Spring football fever

Washougal High School football players and coaches have experienced both sides of the spectrum this spring.

June 22, 2017
Caleigh Lofstead vaulted a personal best 13 feet, 5.25 inches at her first college indoor meet for Vanderbilt University. The 2016 Camas High School graduate was named to the All-SEC Freshman Team. (Contributed photo)

Lofstead vaults higher for Vanderbilt

Caleigh Lofstead is off on the runway vaulting for Vanderbilt University. The 19-year-old from Camas couldn’t have imagined a better takeoff to her college career.