Austin Harwood
Camas LAX Attackman Austin Garwood tries to overcome
an aggressive Skyline defense.


The Camas Lacrosse boys struggled to overcome Division 1 Skyline Monday night at Doc Harris Stadium, losing 7-13 in a game that saw an aggressive fourth quarter offense by Camas.

The Camas boys started off slowly and weren’t able to catch up – despite some valiant efforts. Skyline was fast, agile and scored quickly.

Zach Quist (#11) scored Camas’ first goal, with an assist from Austin Garwood.

In the second quarter, Bradley Stanchfield (#21) scored the team’s second goal, unassisted.

Skyline said at halftime that Camas was the best challenge they’ve seen in a while.

Camas LAX player Bryce Tabbut (#12) scored goals in the second quarter.

At the end of the third quarter, Camas was behind 9-4, but Tabbut scored Camas’ fifth goal four minutes into the fourth. It was an aggressive, clean shot.

Skyline quickly responded with a goal of their own, making it 10-5 – and so it continued. Tabbut scored another, making it 10-6, and soon after Skyline would put three more on the board, making it 6-13.

Grayson Windle (#22) scored Camas’ last goal of the night, making the final score 13-7.

Camas LAX President, Pam George, said, “It was a tough team to play. They’re a Division 1 team and said our team was a good challenge for them.”


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