One year after advancing to the 4A state championship game, the Camas High School (CHS) girls soccer team has a new, younger look, but the traditional powerhouse is once again in a position to make a deep postseason run.
The first step for the Papermakers (10-4-0 overall, 5-1-0 4A Greater St. Helens League) is to chase down Union High School (UHS), which is undefeated in 4AGSHL play and has a one-game lead on the Papermakers after beating them 1-0 on Wednesday, Oct. 9.
The two teams will meet again in their final regular season game on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at McKenzie Stadium in Vancouver. CHS coach Keri Tomasetti is focused on winning another league title, which would allow the Papermakers to host their first 4A District 4 tournament contest.
“We are looking for that No. 1 position because No. 1 will host a playoff game and No. 2 will have to travel,” Tomasetti said.
Papermakers top Heritage on stormy night
CHS moved one step closer to the playoffs with a 4-0 win over Heritage High School on a stormy night at Doc Harris Stadium on Thursday, Oct. 17. Rain came down sideways, in sheets, for the entire first half, when the Papermakers were limited to just one goal.