When Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced last week that all public and private K-12 schools in the state will be closed until April 24 at the earliest because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Camas track and field athletes were busy training for the upcoming season at Cardon Field.
After advancing to the 4A state tournament quarterfinals last season, the Camas baseball team is turning to champions in other sports to help lead the team even further this year.
Just 30 student-athletes turned out for Washougal track and field team in Dave Hajek’s first season as the Panthers’ coach 24 years ago. This season, a record-setting 98 student-athletes — up from 77 one year ago — showed up for the team’s first practice on Monday, March 2.
It’s not very often a team with 11 losses earns a trip to the 4A Washington state basketball championships, but the Camas Papermakers (16-11) are not your typical 11-loss team.
The Camas gymnastics team has vaulted into the history books.
Camas girls basketball qualifies for state regionals
The top high school wrestlers in Washington relied on technique and moxie to earn medals at Mat Classic XXXII on Feb. 14-15 inside the cavernous confines of the Tacoma Dome.
An inspirational return