This is a roundup of Camas High School sports (football, soccer, volleyball, swimming) over the last few days.
State Football Playoffs! Camas Defeats Puyallup 17-7; Advances to Quarterfinals
Camas came from behind in the third quarter Friday night (7-3 at halftime) to score two touchdown passes from QB Taylor Ioane to Brock Thornburg and Mark Thorkelson, which would seal the deal and advance the Papermakers to State Quarter Finals this weekend.
Twenty-six flags were called tonight (16 against Puyallup that cost them 180 yards).
State Playoffs: Camas High Girls Soccer Team Defeats West Valley (Yakima) 3-2; Advances to Final Four
The Papermakers hosted the Rams at Doc Harris Saturday with Emerson Grafton scoring the first goal. The Rams tied it up in the second half, and Papermaker Maya Parman answered back with a 30-yard goal! She was followed by a goal from Bella Burns to seal the victory.
Camas heads to Puyallup for the last leg of the State Tournament. Final Four!
Volleyball Moves Onto State
After losing their first Bi-Districts match last week, the Camas Volleyball team fought their way back through the loser’s bracket and will compete at State.
Girls Swim Team Wraps Up Season
Federal Way, WA — The Camas Girls Swim team returned to the WIAA State Swimming and Diving Championships this weekend for the first time since 2019 due to the pandemic.
The Papermakers sent seven athletes overall to compete in three relays and four individual events.
The Camas 200 Free Relay team (Sophia Wade, Zoe Chapin, Campbell Deringer, and Sydney King) took 11th overall at Saturday’s State Swimming Championships. Deringer competed at Finals for both her individual events (200 IM and 100 Breast) finishing 5th and 11th in state respectively.
Lila McGeachy and Sophia Wade made finals for the 500 Free and the 100 Free respectively.
“It’s an honor to represent Camas at State,” said Deringer. “It was nice to have so many of us there. We had several PR’s.”