The defense makers on the Camas football team turned five interceptions, a fumble recovery and a blocked extra-point kick into a 42-6 victory against Battle Ground Friday, at Doc Harris Stadium.
“It came down to heart and conditioning,” said Camas senior lineman Jaron Webb. “Battle Ground has one of the better offenses in the league. It feels so great to be able to hold them to six points.
“I’ll remember how intense we got,” he added. “At one point, we were playing with the most energy we’ve had all year.”
Cooper McNatt picked off two passes for the Papermakers. He returned the second one for a 35-yard touchdown to give Camas a 21-6 lead in the second quarter after neither team scored any points in the first quarter.
“It felt great,” McNatt said. “I just turned around and saw my teammates. Everyone was getting excited. It was surreal.”