On the sidelines: Camas turns the lights out on Skyview

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Kiggins Bowl was not ready for this much Papermaking, and neither was Skyview.

The lights went out at the stadium Friday with the Camas football team leading 47-0. By then, the Papermakers had already sucked the juice out of the Storm. After a 20-minute blackout, Camas went on to win 47-12.

Jason Vailea capped a persistent opening drive by the Papermakers with a rush across the goal line for a touchdown. After catching a 6-yard touchdown pass from Reilly Hennessey, Jordan Payne snagged an interception and took it all the way back to the end zone for a 54-yard touchdown.

Cole Zarcone used his head to block a punt for Camas. The ball bounced off his helmet and ricocheted through the goal post for two points on a safety. Zarcone also finished off the next drive with an 18-yard touchdown run.

The Papermakers kept rolling along. Adam Dawson caused a fumble, and Brad Hansen returned it for a touchdown. Nate Beasley cut through Skyview like paper and scored on a 12-yard touchdown run. Caleb Lightborn kicked a 34-yard field goal.

Road has not been kind to Washougal

After getting rocked in Rainier, Ore., one week and stumbling in Longview the next, the Washougal football team is ready to come home.

R.A. Long defeated the Panthers 56-14 Friday, at Longview Memorial Stadium. The Lumberjacks had a 21-0 lead before Washougal got on the board. Bobby Jacobs delivered a 23-yard touchdown run for the Panthers. Garrett Duey caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from his brother Chase.

Read more about these first league games for the Camas and Washougal football teams in Tuesday’s print edition of the Post-Record.

See you on the sidelines.