Alexa Efraimson Sets Camas High Record in 1600m Run! CHS Takes Home 2 Trophies


The Camas Track & Field team had a successful night at the Jon Ingram Twilight Meet at Columbia River on Friday, taking home two trophies and a new school record to boot.

Camas Track & Field runner Alexa Efraimson finished the 1600m run in 4:57, breaking the Camas High School record for that event.  Camas swept the tops spots in both Boys and Girl’s 1600m runs!

Zack Marshall took first place in the 200m at 22.57 and also placed second in the 100m. Tucker Boyd bested the competition in the 800m run with a time of 2:01.00.

Camas also dominated the Boy’s 1600m run with Andrew Kaler, Tucker Boyd, and John Doyle taking the top three spots.

William Ephraim placed third in the Men 300m Hurdles with a time of 43.81. Camas placed second in the Boy’s 4×100 Relay with a time of 45.28; Columbia River won that event.


Alexa Efraimson set a new CHS record in the 1600m run at Columbia River.



Daniel Ryan placed second in the Boy’s High Jump at 5′ 10″.

Efraimson won the Girl’s 800m run with a time of 2:15.32; Austen Reiter placed third in the same event. Efraimson, Reiter and Camille Parsons also dominated the 1600m, taking the top three spots.

Kimi Knight continued her success in the 100m Hurdles, placing second at 16.14. Camas Girls also won the 4×400 Relay with a time of 4:25.21.

Lauren Neff capture third place in the Girl’s High Jump at 5 feet; she got second place in the Triple Jump. And Paige Jackson got the third spot in the Pole Vault event at 9 feet.

The team competes against Prairie and Hudson’s Bay on Monday, and then head off to Oregon Relays in Eugene, OR on Friday.


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