Camas and Washougal teams and athletes brought home state championship hardware from the Tacoma Dome and the King County Aquatic Center, in Federal Way.
The Camas boys swimming team racked up 302 points to finish in first place at the 4A state meet. Mark Kim captured state titles in the 200- and 500-meter freestyle races. Tom Utas clinched the 50 freestyle state title. Eric Wu, Jaden Kim, Utas and Mark Kim won the 200 freestyle relay.
Dylan Ingram took down four of the best 4A 220-pounders in the state to become a dual state champion for the Papermakers in wrestling and football.
Abby Lees wrestled in her fourth state final for Washougal. She became a two-time state champion and capped off her high school career with more than 100 wins.
The Camas gymnastics team rose to second place at state.
To read more about state championship weekend, click on the following links:
Perfect season for Panther wrestler: https://www.camaspostrecord.com/news/2017/feb/23/perfect-season-for-panther-wrestler/
Camas gymnasts capitalize on state opportunity: https://www.camaspostrecord.com/news/2017/feb/23/camas-gymnasts-capitalize-on-state-opportunity/
Dominant state champions: https://www.camaspostrecord.com/news/2017/feb/23/dominant-state-champions-2/
Like father, like son: https://www.camaspostrecord.com/news/2017/feb/23/like-father-like-son/