o Friday, 7 p.m, at Doc Harris Stadium.
Friday’s rematch between the Camas and Timberline high school football teams will not be played in the home of the Seattle Seahawks, but don’t expect the energy to be subdued.
In fact, the Papermakers are more amped up because they are going to play the first game of the 2011 season in front of their classmates, family members and friends at Doc Harris Stadium.
“The opportunity to open the season at Qwest Field last year was something we will never forget,” said senior wide receiver Jonathan Warner. “But I think Doc Harris Stadium is equivalent to that. That’s our Qwest Field.”
“It was cool to be able to run out of the same tunnel as the Seahawks, but having Doc Harris Stadium filled with more than 3,000 of our fans is even bigger,” added senior linebacker Scott Feather. “The whole town comes to watch the football games. That’s just how it is in Camas. There really is no place like home.”
The Papermakers defeated the Thunderbirds 29-15 on Sept. 4, 2010, during the Emerald City Classic. On the game’s first drive, Camas stopped Timberline on fourth and goal. Making their first impressions on varsity, John Payne snagged an interception and Zack Marshall scored three touchdowns.