Ticket Prices – Adults $17 / Seniors (62 over) & Students with ASB $13 / Children under the age of 5 are admitted free. NOTE Students: Children age 5-11 and students age 12 and over with a valid high school or middle school ASB card (the actual ASB card must be presented; pictures of ASB cards on cell phones will not be accepted)
There are a limited number of pre-sale tickets at the Camas High School ASB office beginning on Tuesday, cash only.
CHS Student Rooter Bus $20 includes ticket to game—must be paid by Thursday at the end of 2nd lunch at the ASB office. Forms available in the main office.$17
NO adult rooter bus.
Game will be televised at 7:30 p.m. on Root Sports Northwest.
Camas Athletic Booster Club will be at the school on Saturday when the buses load to offer Camas Papermaker gear for sale.
This was the best two-for-one deal the Camas Papermakers could have imagined. Not only are the Papermakers going to the Class 4A football state semifinals, they got there by beating the same team that ended their season a year ago. Quarterback Jack Colletto rushed for 209 yards and threw for three touchdowns Saturday, Cooper McNatt had a career day, and Camas scored the final two TDs of the evening, beating Skyline 28-14 in the quarterfinals. The Spartans beat Camas in 2015 in the same round. “We’ve been thinking about this as soon as that happened,” senior Cooper McNatt said, noting this squad went to work the very next day, just looking forward to another opportunity. Read more at The Columbian
Once again, the Camas School District is well represented at the state, regional, and national levels, with 39 students accepted in to honors bands, choirs, and orchestras. This is a huge honor, as tens of thousands of students audition for these spots every year. Three students were selected to perform with All-NATIONAL ensembles, competing against musicians from around the country! (two of seven choir spots from the state of Washington went to Camas singers!) Six students were also selected to perform with All-Northwest honor ensembles, competing against students from Alaska, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon. The All-National students performed in Dallas, TX this last weekend, and the others will perform at our regional music educators’ conference in Bellevue in February. Here is the complete list of all of the students who earned a spot in these ensembles. Please congratulate them if you see them!
All-National Honor Choir: Katie Blair, Janessa Wilson All National Symphony Orchestra: Lucas Abrahamsen All-Northwest Mixed Choir: Katie Blair, Claire Green All-Northwest Treble Choir: Janessa Wilson All-Northwest Orchestra: Sophia Hansen
All-Northwest Band: John Neumann, Phoebus Tsai All-State Concert Band: Sean Chronister, Lucas Abrahamsen All-State Symphonic Choir Grant Bane, Isaac Dizon, Rachel Edwards, Joshua Rule, Bryant Wilson
One more goal from Maddie Kemp is just what the Camas girls soccer team needed on Saturday. On the heels of a record-breaking season from Kemp, Camas advanced to the Class 4A state semifinals after defeating Woodinville 1-0 Saturday at Doc Harris Stadium. Camas will face Skyline of Sammamish in the 4A semifinal at 6 p.m. Friday at Sparks Stadium in Puyallup. Kemp scored in the ninth minute to lift the team past an opponent that gave the Papermakers’ offense fits at times. “They put us under a lot more pressure than we’re used to and totally took us out of our game,” Camas coach Roland Minder said. In the fourth minute, Camas goalkeeper Julie Coombs made a diving save and corralled the ball to keep the score knotted at 0-0. Read more at the Columbian