The Washougal High School cross country team won a major race two weeks before the start of its 2021 season.
After the Camas Heat youth basketball team defeated its opponent to win the boys 11-and-under division championship at the 2021 Oregon Hoopla 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament in Salem, Oregon, on Aug. 8, the vanquished squad’s coach approached Camas coach Jeremy Fogle and said, “We just can’t get over the ‘Camas hump.’”
The Washougal National is back.
Sitting in a Tacoma, Washington-area hotel room on the night of May 24, 2019, Camas High School pole vaulter Anna Bedont decided to have a little fun with her appearance for the next day’s 4A state track and field meet at Mount Tahoma High School.
With no season-ending state championship events to prepare for, Camas High School’s traditional winter and spring sports coaches are adjusting their priorities as they ready their teams to begin truncated 2021 seasons this week.
Tristan Farrell’s first season as the Washougal High School football team’s starting quarterback included six touchdowns and 904 yards thrown over the 2020-21 condensed season’s five games and a path toward earning an all-2A Greater St. Helens League first-team selection.
Camas distance runner commits to Gonzaga Sam Geiger signs letter of intent to join Bulldogs’ cross country, track teams
Sam Geiger possesses obvious physical gifts, but his mental abilities have helped him become one of the best high school long-distance runners in Washington. He doesn’t get nervous when he’s running a race. He’s able to stay calm and steady by concentrating on his goals and eliminating distractions.
Though many young athletes prefer to specialize in one sport, training and playing with school, club and travel squads year-round in order to maximize their skills and land college scholarships, Camas High senior Josie Rein is not one of them.