Varsity Football: Camas Beats Evergreen on Home Turf

CAMAS — The Camas Varsity football team made their statement early and loud Friday night against Evergreen on their home turf with a series of solid plays, beating the Plainsmen 49-7.

The Papermaker defense rocked against the Plainsmen speed, forcing five turnovers and limited Evergreen to 174 yards of offense.

Wide Receiver James Price attempts to catch a pass early in the game.
It wasn’t a good night for Evergreen (2-2, 1-1 4A GSHL).
Camas coach Jon Eagle said: “I thought our defense was spectacular.”

Running Back Bryan Kelly during warm-ups.

The Papermakers (4-0, 1-0 4A GSHL) were prepared defensively and have been working hard at practice.

Offensively, Camas scored twice early in the game, and ran up the score to 43-0 at halftime.
Papermaker running back Brian Kelly ran 187 yards and had two touchdowns on 11 carries. Running back Cole Zarcone carried five times for 83 yards and scored a touchdown on a 53-yard run. It was impressive.
Camas quarterback Liam Fitzgerald threw for 187 yards and three touchdowns.

Wide receiver James Price turned a short pass into a 57-yard touchdown.

Emotions ran high when Senior receiver Dane Santos was seriously injured on a late hit midway through the second quarter. Santos caught a pass for 22 yards and a first down when he took the late hit on the sideline. At report time, kicking Coach Darren Alcorn said he thought Santos sustained a torn ACL.
Coaches and trainers rush to the aid of Dane Santos.
Wide Receiver Dane Santos is helped off
the field following a late sideline hit.
Eagle thinks it could be a season-ending injury. “I’m sick about the whole thing,” he said.
During halftime, Camas High School introduced their Athletic Hall of Fame inductees for 2014. Every two years, Camas honors past athletes for their achievements on and off the field. The inductees will be honored later this Fall at a special banquet.

2014 Camas High School Athletic Hall of Fame inductees.

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