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Vancouver, WA — The undefeated Camas High School Slow Pitch Softball team (22-0) handily beat Heritage Monday night, 6-1, claiming the 4A District title.

The team heads to State competition in Richland this Saturday to compete against seven other teams.

Pitcher Emery Miller did well, and was backed up by a solid defense, allowing only one run early in the game.

“We were the number one seed in league, 19-0, then we played Columbia River for tournament play, we beat them, then we played Hudson’s Bay, which qualified us for State in Richland,” said coach Dale Lundy. “Four teams come from our area, and we’ll play the best four teams from Spokane.”

Taija Souki scored early in the game, and was followed by Sophie Franklin, who brought in the second run. Addison Cagle scored the third run, and Maddie Ellis scored the fourth. Sophie Franklin scored again (fifth run) by sliding into home; and Megan Bauer scored the final run of the game.

Game Stats

  • Sophie Franklin was 3-for-3 with 2 runs.
  • Payton Bates was 3-for-3 with two RBI.
  • Cameron Schroeder was 2-for-2.
  • Megan Bauer was 1-for-3.
  • Maddie Ellis was 2-for-3.
  • Ava Lathim was 1-for-3 with 2 RBI.

“We all worked hard to support each other,” said Emery Miller, who pitched the entire game.  “We put in the time, and the work.”

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

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Camas, WA — Camas Little League announced their 2017 Baseball and Softball All-Star teams Monday afternoon, commencing the organization’s post-season. In all, six teams were announced — three baseball, and three softball.

Baseball teams are divided into three age groups: 9/10, 10/11, and 11/12. Softball teams are organized into three groups: Minors, Majors, and Juniors. The All-Star teams will compete in District level competition culminating in a winning team that will claim the District title. The champions in the older divisions will compete at the State level, and have the potential to play in the World Series, in August.

All-Star Baseball Team Rosters

Baseball 9/10                                                                             

  • Manager Josh Pike
  • Coach Joe Glassmire
  • Coach Ted Wieczorek
  • Parker Castellani
  • Boris Christensen
  • Sawyer Clifton
  • Thomas Clute
  • Cai Davis
  • Anthony Forner
  • Jared Forner
  • Alec Fraser
  • Mason Glassmire
  • Lukas Morse
  • Lucas Peterson
  • Brevin Pike
  • Teddy Wieczorek
  • Jack Williams

Baseball 10/11 

  • Manager Nick Kralj
  • Coach Ryan Meyer
  • Coach TJ Trujillo
  • Aaron Forsyth
  • Aaron Geigenmiller
  • Andrew Kralj
  • Owen Meyer
  • Grady Milholen
  • Carter Phelan
  • Hayden Reich
  • Jaxsen Rodgers
  • KJ Thiemann
  • Diego Trujillo
  • Trevor Wong

Baseball 11/12

  • Manager Casey Taylor                                                                                                                                                                                                          
  • Coach Bryce Gehlen
  • Coach Bryan Williams
  • Cannon Bauman
  • Stephen Behil
  • Zach Blair
  • Kaisen Burr
  • Cade Gehlen
  • Carson Gilligan
  • Ethan Hubbell
  • Jackson Knuth
  • Easton McCarty
  • Tyler Stewart
  • Aaron Sung
  • Jacob Swenson
  • Justin Taylor
  • Holt Williams

 

All-Stars

Camas Little League Mariners players talk during a time out.

All-Star Softball Team Rosters

Softball Minors

  • Manager Mark Daniels
  • Coach Dennis Jackson
  • Coach Ken Schweitzer
  • Lilia Boyd
  • Isabella Brustad
  • Claire Daniels
  • Chloe Koprowski
  • Grace Martin
  • Harmony Martin
  • Lila McGeachy
  • Lauren Mitchell
  • Charli Parker
  • Riley Sanz
  • Ainsley Schweitzer
  • Isabel Shattuck
  • Kalli True

Softball Majors 

  • Manager Rochelle Gittings
  • Coach Tawnia Chenette
  • Grace Barsness
  • Kennedy Boatwright
  • Gracie Buzzell
  • Mercy Canifax
  • Kasey Clifton
  • Samantha Gittings
  • Reagan Jamison
  • Amelia Marcum
  • Alyson Ohnstad
  • Candice Owen
  • Molly Peebles
  • Keira Williams

 

Softball Juniors

  • Manager Kim Ritter
  • Coach Ryan Bushnell (Cascade)
  • Coach Jason Cagle
  • Claire Burton (Cascade)
  • Addy Cagle
  • Natalie Collins
  • Courtney Edmunds (Cascade)
  • Gabby Esparza
  • Maggie Lyons
  • Adrianna Puckett (Cascade)
  • Darian Reeves (Cascade)
  • Alycen Templer
  • Cassie Templer
  • Avery Thamert (Cascade)
  • Kamryn Walker

To learn more, visit www.camasll.com

YAKIMA, Wash. — It was a hard-fought game pitting the state’s top two high school Varsity softball teams, Camas and Arlington, Saturday night in the State Finals.

Arlington won the game 2-1 at the bottom of the seventh inning in a game that saw some amazing plays, including an Arlington outfield catch that denied Camas a home run in …the fifth inning that would have tied the game.

Second baseman Lena Richards dove to catch a line drive past first base, and there was amazing pitching by Harli Hubbard.

“Camas had an excellent season,” said Papermaker fan Chris Wengler, who watch the game live via online streaming. “They have nothing to be ashamed of. They fought to the very last out and played well. It was a battle of powerhouses in the State.”

This caps an end to a stellar 2013 Papermaker season, in which Camas won league and placed second in Bi-Districts.

More to come.

The Camas Varsity Softball team beat Woodenville (defending State Champions) Saturday morning, 2-0, in the Semi-Finals and advance to the State Championship game today at 5 pm.

Papermaker Harli Hubbard pitched a three-hitter while second baseman Lena Richards hit a triple in the fourth to lead off. Then Mackenzie Farnham hit a deep sacrificial fly bringing Richards home.

Camas held its 1-0 lead until the seventh.

“We had come by a few sticky situations but no runs,” said Richards. “Rio Smith cut off a base hit to stop a runner at thrid. Then in the seventh Cailyn Grindy got walked, Amee had a bunt. I got an infield single and Mackenzie got a base hit RBI into right. We were up 2-0. Erin got a hit but no more runs. We held them in the bottom to win.”

The Papermakers play Arlington today at 5 pm. The game will be streamed live online at www.wiaa.com

The Papermakers have had a great softball
2013 season (19-5).

The Camas High School Varsity Softball team heads to State competition in Spokane on Thursday as the No. 2 seed, after losing in the Bi-District Championships in Spanaway over the weekend.

The Lady Papermakers played four games (3-1) in the Bi-District tournament and held Emerald Ridge 1-0 until the bottom of the seventh inning when Emerald got off two hits to win the game 2-1.

Camas faces Lake Stevens on Friday at noon as they enter the double-elimination tournament.

“We can do this,” said Papermaker second baseman, Lena Richards. “We’ve had such a great season, but it was crushing to lose to Emerald Ridge. This is our second loss to them.”

The team has had an incredible season winning 19 games, and losing only five.

Richards attributes their success to good team chemistry, hard work, excellent coaching, supportive fans, and, of course, talent.

The last time a Camas softball team won a state championship was in 2002.

The Camas Girls Varsity Softball team finished league play Wednesday night winning against Battle Ground, 5-1, and holding onto their winning streak.

Their record earned them a spot in the District Championship game next Tuesday, May 14 at Heritage High School against the winner of Monday’s 6pm game.

Win or lose the girls will play on Friday, May 17 at 10 am in the Bi-District Tournament.

Details to come.

Softball

 

With Monday’s win against Heritage, the Camas High School Varsity Softball team clinched the 2013 4A League Championship. The girls have had an incredible season and will continue to play on Wednesday, hosting Battle Ground.Though they take each game at a time, the girls have their eyes set on winning the state title. More to come.

Softball Championship

 

 

Softball
Camas Varsity Softball pitcher Harli Hubbard.
The Camas High School Varsity Softball team ended an amazing week of competition with another win on Friday night against Evergreen, 10-0.

Using their powerful offense and solid defense to clobber the competition the Lady Papermakers sent each team home on mercy rule four times in a single week.

On Monday they played Skyview. Wednesday was their perfect game against Union. Thursday they faced Wilson, and tonight was Evergreen. So far, the girls are 8-0 in league play.

“We are just begun to find our rhythm as a team. We are picking each other up and playing as a unit,” says Lena Richards, a member of the Varsity team. “We are happy with the success but not finished. We are looking at the next game but won’t be happy until we get the state title we believe we can have.”

They have two more league games, one this Monday at Heritage, and then another on Wednesday hosting Battle Ground. Wednesday is also Senior Night, when the team pays tribute to MacKenzie Farnham, Erin Tauscher, Amee Aarhus and Alecia Huegil.

Friday’s win earns Camas Softball a spot in the District Championship game, which is a week from next Tuesday.

Pitcher

It’s been a great season for the Camas High Varsity Softball team (11-3) and for pitcher Katie Schroeder, Wednesday was absolutely perfect.

Hosting the Union Titans, Schroeder struck out 14 of 21 Titan batters and allowed zero hits. No Titan ever reached first base.

Schroeder and catcher Erin Tauscher made it look easy, and the Camas defense did their job defeating Union 9-0.

“It’s so awesome,” said Schroeder. “I don’t even have words to describe the feeling. My team played such good defense there is nothing more I could have asked of them. They put up the runs and made the essential plays. It was perfect.”

The Papermakers host Wilson Thursday at 4 pm and then Evergreen on Friday, also at 4 pm. The Papermakers are 7-0 in league.

Camas High School Varsity Softball pitcher Katie Schroeder helped propel her team to a 3-1 victory over Mountain View on Monday night in a continuation game.
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