Camas

Camas sports teams performed well Monday night. Here’s a fun report about how they did.

Boys Golf

Last night in the match against Heritage, and the previously unbeaten team from Col. River, Camas won both matches with a score of 152.  Camas @ 152  Col. River @ 169  Heritage @ 244. Eli Huntington, the match medalist, led the team with an even par 36.  Owen Huntington @ 38, Evan Chen @ 38, & Caleb Shira @ 40 finished up the Varsity scoring.   Cameron Miller with a 43 was the match medalist in the JV match.    Varsity 10-0   JV 11-0

Volleyball

Camas Varsity wins 3-0

25-10, 25-9, 25-9

Varsity Stats:

Kiah Hollister- 3 service points, 5 Digs

Delaney Clark – 1 Dig, 5 kills

Grace Varsek – 5 Kills, 1 service point, 7 digs

Chloe Ascuitto – 8 Kills, 2 block

Jessie Westby – 2 digs, 1 ace, 2 service points

Sydney Moltrum – 30 assists, 11 Service points, 4 digs

Emmy Hansen – 11 kills, 14 service points, 2 aces

Alliyah Barnes – 6 Kills, 2 digs, 8 service points, 8 aces

JV wins 3-0

Soccer

Camas JV 

Camas (9) – Mt. View (0)

Pyper Wise-Cruz (Becca Reyes), Ella Tennant (Addie Wunderli), Grace Rainey (Kaylie DeMerrit), Summer Craft, Paeton Curl (Brooklyn Jardine), DeMerrit (Savannah Kvistad), Jardine (Riley Hodson), Kvistad (Emma Hoskinsson).

Saves: Riley Hodson (2), Paeton Curl (1)

Camas Varsity

Camas (4) – Mt. View (0)

Halftime 2-0

Bella Burns (Anna Mooney), Lily Loughney (Maya Parman), Nora Melcher (Parman), Josephine Rein (Parman).

Saves: Keely Wieczorek (2), Adriana Cortes (2).

Tennis

Boys’ JV tennis beat Union 4-2 yesterday. Doubles were played in all 6 matches. Wins were earned by Aiden McOmie/Julian McOmie, Jeffrey Johanson/Ethan Tobey, Zach Mello/Logan Fishler and Kyle Wen/Jackson Waldbauer. C team also beat the Titans 3-0. Way to go, Camas!

Slow Pitch Softball

Chloe Parker did the opposing team no favors on Monday, picking up five hits over six at bats and leading the Papermakers to a 20-10 win over Skyview. Parker totaled 4 singles and 1 double with 6 RBIs. Piper Stroh also drove in 5 runs with her 4 hits for the game. Other standouts include; Lauren Baffaro 3 for 6, Ali Snyder 3 for 5 w/ 1 RBI, Maggie Lyons 3 for 5 with 1 RBI, Amelia Marcum 4 for 5 with 2 RBIs, Grace Barsness 3-5 2 RBIs, and Addy Cagle 2-2 with 1 RBI. Way to go Makers!

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