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The undefeated Camas Papermakers football team earned a returned trip to the Tacoma Dome Saturday night by defeating Federal Way, 65-32, at Doc Harris Stadium.

The Papermakers are slated to play defending 4A state champion Skyline in the semifinals next Saturday. Kickoff time hasn’t been set.

A jubilant crowd braved the elements to support their team and celebrate the victory that sends them to the Tacoma Dome for the second year in a row.

Head Coach Jon Eagle said, “I’m really proud of the team and what we’ve achieved this season. We’re here because of hard work and focus.”

He continued: “Camas has been playing football for over 100 years, and this is the first time the team has won 12 games in a season. I’m just super proud of our kids for they way they play and prepare every week.”

Camas got an early lead with a 22-yard touchdown run by Nate Beasley less than four minutes into the game. Shortly after, Federal Way fumbled the ball on their 10-yard line and Camas quickly recovered it, seizing the opportunity for another touchdown. The score was 14-0.

The Eagles then scored a 35-yard field goal, after which Dylan White caught an 18-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Reilly Hennessey. John Norcross had a great night with two touchdown runs, and Beasley added two more touchdown runs to put the Papermakers up 51-17 at halftime.

Hennessey said: “We have total respect for Federal Way – they’re a tough team.”

Camas continued to run the score up in the last two quarters with some great offensive plays by Beasley. White also commended the Camas defense for a job well done.

Stay tuned for next week’s game time.

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Dylan White talks to reporters after the game.
 

The undefeated Camas High School Papermakers play Federal Way tonight with a kickoff time at 5 pm at Doc Harris Stadium. Ticket gates open at 3:30 pm for the State Quarterfinal game. You can bring your canned goods for the CHS Stuff the Bus to the game. Ticket prices are: $8 Adults and Students w/o ASB; $6 Students w/ ASB and Senior Citizens; $6 Elementary students; and Children under the age of 5 are FREE.
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Football is back!
CAMAS, WA — This is our first coverage of the 2012 Camas High School football season. It has interviews with Coach Jon Eagle, Quarterback Reilly Hennessey, Dylan White and Zach Eagle. The first home game of the season is this Friday at 7 at Doc Harris Stadium.
The team has their designs on playing post-season at the Tacoma Dome.
“These boys have been working hard during part of their summer break, and it’s really paying off,” said Head Coach, Jon Eagle. “They did well at summer camp, and are dedicated to playing their best.”
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