Sports Briefs for Nov. 15, 2018

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Camas volleyball heads to state

The Papermakers volleyball team survived a gauntlet of five-set games in the district tournament to qualify for the semi-finals, on Nov. 10, in Kent, Washington.

Camas lost to Olympia, and then to Puyallup, in the final week of the tournament, earning fourth place in the district.

“The first game was good. We could have beaten Olympia, but after that tough match the girls were defeated and did not play well against Puyallup,” Michelle Ford, head Camas volleyball coach, said.

The Camas team will open the state tournament against Issaquah on Friday, Nov. 16, at the SunDome in Yakima, Washington.

“I told the girls not to worry,” Ford said. “We made it to state, so just focus on not being selfish and cheering more for your teammates than yourselves.”

Thanksgiving Day run, fundraiser set for Nov. 22 in Washougal

Looking for a way to feel good about feasting on Thanksgiving? Put on those running shoes and join more than 1,000 others for a 5K run and walk to help local families in need.

Last year, the event, organized by Gateway Church in Washougal, raised more than $20,000 and collected hundreds of pounds of food, which was distributed through multiple local agencies in Camas and Washougal according to the event’s website.

The 16th annual run starts at 8:30 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 22, at Fishback Stadium in Washougal. Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. at Washougal High School. Registration fees cost $25 for adults and $15 for children younger than 10. For more information, visit