YAKIMA, Wash. — It was a hard-fought game pitting the state’s top two high school Varsity softball teams, Camas and Arlington, Saturday night in the State Finals.
Arlington won the game 2-1 at the bottom of the seventh inning in a game that saw some amazing plays, including an Arlington outfield catch that denied Camas a home run in …the fifth inning that would have tied the game.
Second baseman Lena Richards dove to catch a line drive past first base, and there was amazing pitching by Harli Hubbard.
“Camas had an excellent season,” said Papermaker fan Chris Wengler, who watch the game live via online streaming. “They have nothing to be ashamed of. They fought to the very last out and played well. It was a battle of powerhouses in the State.”
This caps an end to a stellar 2013 Papermaker season, in which Camas won league and placed second in Bi-Districts.
More to come.