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Camas, WA — The Camas Junior Varsity Football team won their last game of the season Thursday night, beating Union 27-12 on Titan’s turf. The team has continued to learn and grow throughout the season, said coach Jack Hathaway, who teaches Physical Education and Health at Camas High.

Many of the players do double duty, playing different positions for both Junior Varsity and the Varsity teams. #4 Andrew Boyle does double Papermaker duty — playing both Quarterback for the JV team (and sometimes Varsity) and kicks for the Varsity team. #33 Zach Terry is a running back for both teams.

At game’s end Coach Trevor Gentry told the boys: “It begins in the weight room, on and off season. Get stronger, focus, and some of you will play Varsity next season. You’ve worked hard all season, so continue to work, and it will pay off. Thank you for a great season, and for your commitment. We will miss seeing you every day.”

Some of the players will continue postseason play with the Varsity, however, most saw their season end last Friday as the regular season came to a close.

The Varsity team lost to Union 14-13, and will play in Auburn later this week.

To learn more, visit, www.chs.camas.wednet.edu

JV Football Image Gallery

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DOC HARRIS STADIUM — The Camas Junior Varsity (JV) football team handily defeated Battle Ground Monday night, 62-28, and saw the debut of Freshman Quarterback Jake Blair, who entered the game during the second quarter. Blake Asciutto started for Camas and his first touchdown pass was to #33, Zach Terry, and then to #41, Jackson Preston.

Blair threw four touchdown passes during the game, first hitting #30, Tyler Forner, who ran half way across the field for the TD. Blair also completed touchdown passes to Preston, #87 Kenny Wright, and #83 Jackson Clemmer. Asciutto finished the game.

“I had a really fun night tonight,” said Blair. “I threw for four touchdown passes and I love playing in front of my family and friends in a sport I love.”

Blair played Clark County Youth Football (CCYF) for several years, and played for Skyview Middle School last year.

JV Game Schedule:

  • October 9 vs. Skyview @ Doc Harris, 6:30 pm
  • October 16 vs. Heritage @ McKenzie, 7:00 pm
  • October 20 vs. Sunnyside @ Sierra VIS, 3:30 pm
  • October 30 vs. Union @ McKenzie Stadium, 6:45 pm

To learn more, visit www.chs.camas.wednet.edu

Image Gallery

Here are images, and one video with Blair, who discusses his JV debut.

 

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Prep Sports Today

  • Volleyball Frosh: 5 pm @ CHS vs. Col. Adventis
  • Soccer C: 6 pm @ Doc Harris vs. Oregon City

Mystery and Mayhem and Book Group

Tuesday, September 19 @ 6-8 pm

This group meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. If you would like to join this book discussion group or have any questions, please contact any library staff member.

Prep Sports

Tuesday, September 19

  • Softball: 3:30 @ CHS vs. Battle Ground
  • Soccer JV/Varsity: 5 pm @ Doc Harris vs. St. Mary’s; Varisty @ 7 pm
  • Volleyball C/Varsity: 5 pm @ Seton Catholic

Camas Planning Commission Meeting

Tuesday, September 19 @ 7 pm

The City of Camas Planning Commission normally meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers at Camas City Hall, located at 616 NE Fourth Avenue. The public is welcome.

Meeting agendas, videos and minutes are located on the City’s website at: http://www.cityofcamas.us/yourgovernment/minuteagendavideo. The agenda is posted approximately five days prior to the scheduled meeting date.

The Planning Commission is the first legislative body to formally review land use issues. The Commission makes recommendations to the City Council as to best methods of conservation utilization, planning and development within the city. They conduct public hearings as part of their decision making process where they review planned developments applications.

The Community Development Department’s email is: communitydevelopment@cityofcamas.usPhone: 360.817.1568

Camas Farmer’s Market

Wednesday, September 20 | 3-7 pm

There’s still lots of great, locally-owned produce to buy, plus try out some great food and treats from local vendors. Located in downtown Camas on 4th Avenue in front of the Camas Public Library.

Prep Sports

Wednesday, September 20

  • Cross Country: 3:30 pm @ Pacific Com. Park CHS vs. Skyview
  • Soccer C: 4 pm @ Doc Field E vs. Jesuit
  • Volleyball Frosh/C/JV/Varsity: 4pm/5:30 pm/5:30 pm/7 pm @ CHS vs. Mountain View
  • Freshman Football: 4:30 pm @ McKenzie Stadium, CHS vs Evergreen
Volleyball

Photo by Kris Cavin.

Prep Sports

Thursday, September 21:

  • Golf: 3 pm at Camas Meadows vs. Kelso
  • Girls Swim: 3:30 pm @ Cascade Athletic Club vs. EPS
  • Tennis: 3:30 @ Prairie High, Camas vs. Prairie
  • Softball: 4 pm @ Hudson’s Bay, Camas vs. Hudson
  • Soccer JV/Varsity: 4 pm @ Doc, Camas vs. Central Catholic

 

Soccer

Photo by Kris Cavin.

 

Football

Camas Marching Band

This is an excerpt from a September, 2014 interview with Camas Varsity Football Coach, Jon Eagle.

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The Camas Varsity Football team ended their 2015 season at the State Quarterfinals, which was hosted by the Skyline Spartans. The final score was 35-10. We’ve posted a final photo album at our Facebook site. Photos by Blake Schnell. Go to https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.926189577436700.1073741893.244764548912543&type=3

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Camas — The Papermaker’s football offense spoke loud and clear Friday night in the first round of 4A playoffs at Doc Harris Stadium. And the defense screamed loudly too, in a 49-6 crushing of the Bethel Braves.

It was over by halftime. The fans loved it.

 

Wide Receiver Jordan Del Moral ran for four first-half touchdowns, and Camas scored touchdowns on their first five possessions. It was a fantastic game for QB, Liam Fitzgerald, who passed the ball to a variety of receivers throughout the night.

“We had a great night,” said Fitzgerald. “I hope we do well again next week. We’ve been putting in the time, and we have an amazing team here.”

Del Moral scored the first four Camas touchdowns on runs from inside the 10. He finished with 66 rushing yards and another 70 on three receptions.

Jordan Del Moral
WR Jordan Del Moral ran for four first-half touchdowns.

In the first half, Fitzgerald completed 16 of 23 throws for 237 yards. Among them was a 43-yard catch and run by Drake Owen for the fifth Camas touchdown.

Coach Jon Eagle, like his players, enjoyed the sixth first-half touchdown, which was a 51-yard interception return by Blake Roy.

“I appreciate how hard the boys played tonight,” said Eagle. “We work them very hard, and it shows. It’s also a reflection of all the coaches, and the support of all these great fans here at Doc Harris Stadium.”

In total, there were three interceptions, including another by Jared Bentley, who picked off a pass in the end zone. Jack Colletto intercepted the first pass of the second half.
Senior Sean Ramage is announced.

The Braves only had a net 19 yards rushing, with 142 passing yards, with three completions of more than 30 yards.

The Papermakers return this Friday at Doc Harris Stadium.

CAMAS — The Camas Varsity football team made their statement early and loud Friday night against Evergreen on their home turf with a series of solid plays, beating the Plainsmen 49-7.

The Papermaker defense rocked against the Plainsmen speed, forcing five turnovers and limited Evergreen to 174 yards of offense.

Wide Receiver James Price attempts to catch a pass early in the game.
It wasn’t a good night for Evergreen (2-2, 1-1 4A GSHL).
Camas coach Jon Eagle said: “I thought our defense was spectacular.”

Running Back Bryan Kelly during warm-ups.

The Papermakers (4-0, 1-0 4A GSHL) were prepared defensively and have been working hard at practice.

Offensively, Camas scored twice early in the game, and ran up the score to 43-0 at halftime.
Papermaker running back Brian Kelly ran 187 yards and had two touchdowns on 11 carries. Running back Cole Zarcone carried five times for 83 yards and scored a touchdown on a 53-yard run. It was impressive.
Camas quarterback Liam Fitzgerald threw for 187 yards and three touchdowns.

Wide receiver James Price turned a short pass into a 57-yard touchdown.

Emotions ran high when Senior receiver Dane Santos was seriously injured on a late hit midway through the second quarter. Santos caught a pass for 22 yards and a first down when he took the late hit on the sideline. At report time, kicking Coach Darren Alcorn said he thought Santos sustained a torn ACL.
Coaches and trainers rush to the aid of Dane Santos.
Wide Receiver Dane Santos is helped off
the field following a late sideline hit.
Eagle thinks it could be a season-ending injury. “I’m sick about the whole thing,” he said.
During halftime, Camas High School introduced their Athletic Hall of Fame inductees for 2014. Every two years, Camas honors past athletes for their achievements on and off the field. The inductees will be honored later this Fall at a special banquet.

2014 Camas High School Athletic Hall of Fame inductees.