Neither Camas nor Prairie netted a basket in the first 3 1/2 minutes of Saturday’s game, at Camas High School.
For the remainder of the first quarter, Prairie outscored Camas 25-5.
Jenka Stiasna made her second of two foul shots to give the Papermakers a 1-0 lead. The Falcons then scored 13 straight points and kept adding on for a 65-35 victory.
“Their score went from 0 to 10 in about a minute,” said Camas head coach Chuck Knight. “When they get a rebound, and you have even a quarter of a second of hesitation, they are going to beat you up the floor.
“You can never hesitate. You have to sprint and you have to locate,” he added. “A lot of their points came off our turnovers. We have to handle the pressure better.”
Camas settled down in the second half, and started to attack the basket. Lauren Neff had a nice rebound and a put back for two points. Sydney Allen laid in an assist from Stiasna, Tatum Schroeder served a dish by Kendra Preuninger and Neff netted four more points on passes from Preuninger and company. Sierra Brown also had a rebound and a put back for two.