Grand opening of Doc Harris Stadium
The statue of Arthur K. "Doc Harris," created by artist Lee Hunt of Portland, Ore.
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Excited fans for the grand opening of the new Doc Harris Stadium run for cover from the rain.
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It would not be Doc Harris Stadium without the rain, fog and the old scoreboard.
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The Papermaker football players and coached summed up their new home with one word, "beautiful."
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The new home of the Papermakers is filling up fast.
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Family members of Doc Harris cut the ribbon on opening night.
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It would not be Doc Harris Stadium without the Camas High School marching band.
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"Pump, pump, pump it up! P-U-M-P, pump it up! Keep, keep, keep it up! Keep that Maker spirit up!"
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A rainy National Anthem.
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Zack Marshall hydroplanes on a slick surface.
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The roar of the crowd at the new Doc Harris Stadium echoed for miles along the Columbia River Gorge on opening night. More than 4,000 football fanatics showed up to see the Papermakers plow Columbia River 42-6.
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Kyle Ervin dives across the goal line for a Camas touchdown.
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Navigating through a sea of raindrops and Columbia River defenders, Miguel Salamanca strikes gold with a little help from his friends.
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The Camas High School band and the Papershaker dancers perform together during halftime.
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Odin Coe wraps up a Columbia River ball handler with help from Erik Clay, Ikaika Gunderson and Alex Hows, and encouragement from Brent Hill, Damon Kosaki and Addison Owen.
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