Spring Break’s Over: Athletic Games Resume


Camas High School sports teams resumed their Spring games on Monday. Here’s how it all went down:


Varsity softball won 13-3 against Evergreen. Peyton Bates had a home run, Allie Hancock had 3 hits & 3 RBI’S, Ashley Grimanelis had 4 hits with a triple.

JV softball won 22-6 over Evergreen. Katie Hancock and Cameron Besner hit home runs. Ellah Allman went three for three with a triple. Mary Pipkin pitched four innings and had nine strike outs.


Camas tennis defeated Evergreen 5-1 last night. At singles wins were earned by Sam Merrill and Lucia Zhang. At doubles wins were earned by Hannah LaFrazia /Emma Jones, Tenzin Gyalnub/Tionni Trieu and Lauren Garner/Olivia Doumitt.

Junior Varsity won 6-0. Wins were earned at singles by Georgia George, Sabrina Coelho and Courtney Estrada. At doubles wins were earned by Angela Xu/DonlA Gyalnub, Shelby Chartrand/Hannah Zimmerman and Rani Floyd/Marissa Tehrani.

The C-Team girls continue to dominate league play with a 6-2 win over Evergreen last night. Kelsey Wright, Amy Kellogg, Emma Turk and Aubrey Pugmire were all challenged but came through as winners. Emily Tobey and Zaynah Usmani played together for the first time and rolled their opponents 6-1. Bring on Union this afternoon at CHS.


Varsity – Tucker Parker carried the Varsity baseball team to a 5-4 victory over Battle Ground.  Parker earned the win pitching a complete game, while also finishing 2 for 4 at the plate with a double and 2 RBI.  Ryan Kempf was outstanding on defense and went 2 for 4 with a run and a stolen base on offense.  The win moves the Papermakers to the top of the league standings as the team prepares to take on Heritage this Wednesday. Freshman Team: The boys played a double header against Battle Ground. They won the first game, and lost the second game.

By Marcia Johnson

Photos by Blake Schnell

To learn more, visit www.chs.camas.wednet.edu


No. 28 gets ready to crush it! Photo by Blake Schnell.


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