Willingness to listen, compromise empowers head coach Jon Eagle, assistants.
Camas High School head football coach Jon Eagle has a record of 164-60
at the helm of three different teams. (Photo by Steven Lane)
Jon Eagle and Reilly Hennessey can talk football for hours.
Actually, that is exactly what they do.
The head coach and the quarterback for the Camas Papermakers, the two can often be seen in front of a white board, Eagle drawing up defenses, Hennessey trying to find the best option. Eagle might show a defensive back reacting one way, Hennessey might opine that there is some open space over there.
"You have to have an outstanding relationship. It's gotta be give and take," Eagle said. "You've got to be willing to listen, compromise."
Same could be said for the entire coaching staff.
The Camas Papermakers are playing for the Class 4A state championship Saturday night in the Tacoma Dome. Kickoff against Chiawana of Pasco is 7:30 p.m.
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