Eleven Camas High School (CHS) seniors raised their pens and signed letters of intent with their respective colleges in front of proud family members and friends at CHS on Wednesday, May 29.
Carson Bonine is heading to Linfield College (McMinville, Oregon) to play basketball. The two-year letterman and all-4A Greater St. Helens League guard was chosen as team captain and awarded the Denny Huston Papermaker of the Year award for his senior season. Bonine will study business at Linfield.
Andrew Boyle will be kicking for the Washington State University (Pullman, Washington) football team. He’s a six-season letterman for CHS, with three letters each in football and soccer. He was a part of the 2016 Papermakers football team that won the school’s first state championship. During the 2017 soccer season, his team won a league championship and advanced to the state tournament quarterfinals. Boyle has been recognized as an all-league quarterback, kicker and punter, and a first-team all-state kicker and punter. His brother, Michael Boyle, is currently a kicker for the University of Hawaii football team.
Alexis Colburn will play soccer for Dominican College (Orangeburg, New York). Colburn focused on training with club teams during her junior and senior seasons. She was a member of FC Portland and the Oregon Northwest United Women’s League. She plans to study business.
Luke Davidson will play soccer at Indiana Wesleyan University (Marion, Indiana). Davidson was a four-year letterman for the Papermakers and voted offensive player of the year during his junior season. Davidson plans to study business and marketing.
Conner Flolo is will play soccer at George Fox University (Newberg, Oregon). Flolo was a multi-sport athlete for the Papermakers, lettering two years in cross country and three years in soccer. He was chosen as the soccer team’s captain for his junior and senior seasons and has also been a scholar athlete award winner during every season of his high school career. Flolo will study engineering.
Jack Latimer will be wrestling at Campbell University (Buies Creek, North Carolina). Latimer was a four-year letterman for the Papermakers, helping lead them to a 2016 district championship, 2018 league championship and fifth-place Mat Classic finishes in 2018 and 2019. He was an individual district and regional championship and finished with a third-place finish at Mat Classic as a junior and a second-place finish his senior season. He finished his final high school season with a 47-2 record. Latimer will study wealth management.
Jackson Lyne will run for Gonzaga University (Spokane, Washington). Lyne is an eight-time letterman for CHS, with four letters each in cross country and track and field. He was a part of the most successful cross country and track and field teams in CHS history, with four league cross country titles, four district cross country titles, four top-six state cross country finishes, plus track and field league and district championships in 2018 and 2019 as well as a state championship in 2018. Lyne will study civil engineering.
Brennan Martin will play soccer for George Fox University (Newberg, Oregon), joining Flolo, his former CHS teammate and future dormitory roommate. Martin was a two-year letterman for the CHS soccer team and was awarded with 4A GSHL second team all-league selection his senior season. Martin will study exercise and sports science.
Emery Miller has signed to play softball for Lake Region State College (Devils Lake, North Dakota). Miller’s slow-pitch teams won league championships in four consecutive seasons and won state championships in 2017 and 2018. Her fastpitch teams won the league championship and finished fourth in the state tournament in 2018, and earned another state appearance her senior season. Miller will study pharmacy.
Isaiah Sampson will play basketball for Humboldt State University (Arcata, California). Sampson was a three-year letterman for CHS and was recognized with all-league honors all three years. Sampson was also selected to The Columbian’s all-region team after his junior and senior seasons. Sampson will study computer science.
Tybalt Thornberry will play soccer for Gardner-Webb University (Boiling Springs, North Carolina). Thornberry was a three-year letterman and earned second-team all-league honors his senior year. His club team won the Oregon cup twice. Thornberry will study communications.