Washougal’s wrestling pedigree goes back decades, but it’s not just about the boys.
Camas girls rebound for win
Just two days after winning its ninth consecutive 2A GSHL title with a 46-27 win over Woodland, the Washougal boys wrestling team won the District 1 sub-regional tournament at Hockinson High School on Feb. 8. Not to be outdone, the Panthers’ girls also won the top prize at sub-regionals.
Daniels bowls to 4th-place state finish
Before the start of the Washougal girls basketball team’s Feb. 10 home game against R.A. Long, the Panthers honored McKinley Stotts, their lone senior, for her hard work during the past four years.
It takes a lot to impress head Camas boys swimming and diving coach Mike Bemis, a man revered by athletes for his caring, “tough-love” philosophy.
The yearly battle between the Camas and Union boys wrestling teams is always their biggest dual meet of the season and usually decides the 4A Greater St. Helens League title. That was the case once again Jan. 29, when the Titans won their eighth league title in nine years on the Papermakers’ mat in the Camas High School gymnasium, known in wrestling circles as “The Warehouse.”
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Camas gymnasts set high score
Talk to any Camas High School athlete and they’ll tell you they go straight to Twitter after big events to check out the new pictures posted by Kris Cavin, a Camas insurance agent who volunteers his time to capture remarkable memories and share them for free online.