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Camas football returns home with 2-0 record

After a dominating 70-7 win over Hazen High School in Renton on Sept. 13, the Camas High School football team returns to Doc Harris Stadium with a 2-0 record to face West Valley (Yakima) High School on Friday, Sept. 20.

The Rams (1-1) beat Prosser High School 36-7 last week after opening their season with a loss to Kamiakin High School.

West Valley will be a great challenge for the Papermakers, according to CHS coach Jon Eagle.

“Their quarterback can throw. They have a great receiver corp, and their running game is solid,” Eagle said. “Defensively, they have a very active defense. They fly around and play a physical brand of football.”

Against the Highlanders, Tyler Forner scored twice on punt returns, Jacques Badolato-Birdsell ran for 140 yards and four touchdowns and Jackson Clemmer caught two touchdown passes from quarterback Jake Blair.

Washougal football looks to bounce back

The Washougal High School (WHS) football team is set to play its first 2A Greater St. Helens League game of the season against Woodland High School on Friday, Sept. 20.

The Beavers dropped their first two games of the season to Kalama High School and La Center High School.

The Panthers are looking to bounce back after losing to Prairie High School 36-6 on Sept. 13. The Falcons’ defense controlled most of the game, holding WHS to just 54 yards, most of which came late in the fourth quarter when Jakob Davis caught a 28-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Dalton Payne.

Camas boys golf team wins Titan Cup

The CHS boys golf team captured the Titan Cup for the first time in three years on Sept. 16 at Camas Meadows Golf Club.

The Papermakers beat Union, Mountain View and Ridgefield high schools to take the cup.

Washougal girls soccer starts with 4 wins

The WHS girls soccer team is off to a 4-0 start with convincing wins over Evergreen, Heritage, Hudson’s Bay and La Center high schools.

The Panthers begin 2A Greater St. Helens League play this week with home games against R.A. Long and Ridgefield high schools.

Washougal, Camas slowpitch squads post wins

The WHS slowpitch softball team won the first three games of its first season.

The Panthers crushed Battle Ground High School 14-0 and 15-1 during a season-opening doubleheader on Sept. 11, then posted an 18-7 win over Mountain View High School on Sept. 12.

CHS (3-2) opened its season with wins over Skyview and Fort Vancouver high schools, but lost to R.A. Long 5-4 and 4-2 on Sept. 13.