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Girls Varsity

The much-anticipated basketball games between rivals Camas High School and Union turned out heavily in the Titans’ favor last Friday, as the girls dominated the second half to earn the Class 4A Greater St. Helens League victory.

Union limited Camas to four goals in the second half, outscoring the Papermakers 38-16. Jessica Chatman finished with 18 points for the Titans (10-3, 3-0). Tuileisu Anderson had 14 points and 16 rebounds and Kendra Preuninger made four 3-pointers en route to her 14 points. Tessa Vanderpool had nine points and five assists. For Camas (6-6, 1-2), which led 15-11 after the first quarter, Rachel Rice was the top scorer with 11 points.

Paige Jackson
Paige Jackson looks to pass.
Kathryn Johnson, left, tried to get around Union.


KJ Ponders
Kathryn Johnson thinks about the coach’s talking points.


Rachel Rice
Rachel Rice passes the ball.

Boys Varsity Struggle, As Well

The Titans set an early tone against the Papermakers as their pressure defense ran past the Papermakers in a Class 4A Greater St. Helens League game. Union (9-3, 3-0) led 17-4 at the end of the first quarter and didn’t look back.
Several members of the Camas Boys Varsity Basketball team.

Skillful Davis led a balanced Union offense with 15 points. Micah Paulson and Kyle Mercer scored 10 points apiece. Isaiah Robinson blocked four shots, and Micah Merfield and Riley Hawken each had a team-high six rebounds.

Tyler Hallead’s nine points topped the scoring for Camas (3-9, 1-2).

The Camas High School Girls Varsity Basketball team beat Evergreen at home Tuesday, 53-35, in a game dominated by fouls and aggressive play.

Each of the Lady Papermakers wrote “CB” on their upper arms to honor Christina Bonzaelli, who passed away this week after a long battle with cancer. Christina is the mother of the girl’s teammate, Rachel Bonazelli.

Leading the way in scoring was Sierra Brown with 16.  JV and C teams also had victories.


Camas player Brenna Khaw in one of many scuffles between Camas
and Evergreen on Tuesday night.


 Camas Girls Varsity Basketball (1-1) thumped Mountain View (3-2) Monday night, 59-46, in Vancouver, as the visiting Papermakers kept pressure on the Thunder, and filled the night with many timely shots.

The Papermakers led by three, 26-33, at halftime and by six entering the fourth quarter, and simply pulled away in the final minutes of the game.

Papermaker Brenna Khaw scored an impressive 27 points, while Lauren Neff scored 11; Sierra Brown, 9; McKenna Jackson, 4; Rachel Rice, 4; and Kyla Sumpter, 4.

For Mountain View, Carly Holboke scored 22 and Bailey Lindsley scored 12.




Papermaker Brenna Khaw scored 27 points for Camas Monday night.

Boys Hoops

The Camas Boys didn’t fare as well against the Thunder, who erased a four-point half-time deficit. Mountain View outscored Camas 17-5 in the third quarter. Trevor Jasinsky made 11 points for the Papermakers.
Girls Basketball
Camas Senior Lauren Neff prepares to make a free throw.
Neff made 11 points for the Papermakers Monday night.

Arch-rivals Camas and Prairie battled it out Friday night in an intense game hosted by the Papermakers. It was a close game throughout and after four quarters the game was 48-48 forcing a 4-minute overtime. Several three pointers were made in OT but Prairie got the best of Camas and pulled ahead fairly quickly. Neither team led by more than six points during the intense game.

Prairie’s James Phillips led all scorers with 26 points.

Camas (1-1) earned 17 points from Brandon Nguyen and 14 from Trevor Jasinsky.

CAMAS — Trent Johnson 7; Tyler Hallad 5; Brandon Nguyen 17; Jordan Lenard 6; Grayson Anderson 1; Trevor Jasinsky 14, and Nick Lopes 6.

PRAIRIE — JaMariay McDonald 2; Reece Burnett 7; Mason Pack 5; James Phillips 26; Preston Brooks 12; Spencer Jordan 4; Maro Mendez 3; Ronnie McPherson 0.

Trevor Jasinsky makes a free throw Friday night against
Prairie High School.