The Camas High School Athletics Department celebrated 11 student-athletes Wednesday who are making their commitments to higher institutions as part of national signing day by signing their National Letter of Intent.
Each of these seniors have made an impact in their particular sport and now look to challenge themselves at the next level.
“We wish each of them the best as they forge their paths in the years to come both in the classroom and in their arenas,” the department said in a statement.
In Alphabetical Order:
Zach Blair is a four-year Football and three-year Baseball letterman who is committing to play baseball at Oregon State University. Zach was part of a state champion football team in 2019, and won three league titles in football and one more in baseball over the past four years. A first team all-league recipient in both sports, Zach also was named to the first team all-state team as a junior.
Gracie Buzzell is a four-year Cross-Country and Track letterman who is committing to run at Oregon State University. Gracie was part of teams that placed second and fifth in the state meet, while also taking home two individual district championships. She served as team captain and was a four time scholar athlete award winner.
Adrianna Cortes is a two-year Soccer letterman at CHS who is committing to play soccer at Pacific University. Adrianna was part of 2021 League, Bi-District, and State Champion girls soccer team. She won accolades from Max Preps as the State Player of the Week, and looks to continue her work in sports medicine by pursuing a major in athletic training and/or physical therapy.
Campbell Deringer is a four-year Swimming letterman who is committing to swim for the University of Nevada Reno. A four-time first team all-league athlete, Campbell was also the GSHL and All Region swimmer of the year this year. She won four district championships and finished second in the state in two events this year.
Maxwell Fraser is a four-year Baseball letterman who is committing to play baseball for Washington State University. A two-time first team all-league player, Max looks to continue his success this spring. He was a key part of the league champion team in 2022 that secured a state berth.
Boston Jensen is a four-year Baseball letterman who is committing to play baseball at Tacoma Community College. Boston has been part of teams that have taken home both league championships and made it to the state sweet 16. He has displayed his leadership on the field as a team captain and looks to continue to lead the Papermakers this spring.
Ryan McClaskey is a three-year Baseball letterman who is committing to play baseball at Lower Columbia College. Ryan was part of a team that took home a league title on the diamond in 2021. Ryan’s talents on the mound often turn heads in the stands, and he looks to build on his successes at the next level.
Riley Parbon is a two-year Track and Cross-Country letterman who is committing to row at the University of Alabama. Riley placed second at the American Lake Fall Classic, first at the Portland Fall Classic, and first at a Dual Regatta meet. Riley will pursue Elementary Education at Alabama and looks forward to contributing to their rowing program for the next four years.
Natalie Peddie is a four-year Cross-Country letterman at CHS who is committing to run for Seattle Pacific University. Natalie was part of three district champion teams, she won the individual district title in 2022, and finished 16th in the state as well. Off the course, she took home both the CHS Pride Inside award as a model student and the district wide Milltown Pride Award.
Aaron Sung is a three-year Baseball letterman who is committing to play baseball for Whitworth University. Aaron was a key part of the 2022 league champion team that secured a state berth. After winning the team’s most improved player award in 2022, Aaron looks to build on his successes this spring and in Spokane with the Pirates.
Cami Young is a two-year Volleyball letterman at CHS who is committing to play volleyball at California Lutheran University. Cami was a leader both on the court and in the huddle with teams that won league titles in 2021 and 2022. Both years they continued on to the state tournament. Cami also provided leadership by taking part in a sportsmanship summit her senior year.