Congratulations to our six CHS Seniors who signed letters of intent to play sports for colleges across the nation. Go Papermakers!
Cassidy Bailie – Faulkner University (Volleyball)
Braeden Campbell – Bellevue College (Golf)
Austin Cassity – Whitworth University (Soccer)
Porsche Chartrand – Calumet College of St. Joseph (Bowling)
Brandon Kang – University of Hawaii Hilo (Tennis)
Nicholas MacAfee – US Military Academy at West Point (Gymnastics)
Design, build and program a robot "dragster" to race down a narrow lane and accurately stop when it "sees" the finish line??! What kind of impossible challenge is that? One that the Robotics students of Camas High, Hayes Freedom High and Liberty MS gladly accepted! The students competed with their Dragsters, SumoBots and Line Racers at the Fifth Annual South Sound STEM Robotics Invite in Olympia last Monday. This was the first time for any of the Camas schools to attend, and it was amazing! Lots of learning, teamwork and wins! Out of 10 high school teams competing, Camas students took home many of the awards! The top 2 finishers of each event were awarded a plaque:
Dragster, 1st: Alex Wolfe (driver) – CHS
Dragster, 2nd: Austin Schmunk, Tyler Allen – Hayes Freedom
Line Racer, 1st: Ian Pinch, Roberto Palma, Nathaniel Maszak – Liberty
Line Racer, 2nd: Michael Boyle, Nathan Chilian (builders), Lacy Dunlop (driver) - CHS
SumoBot, 1st: Kris Cocks, Ryan Wessel – CHS
The high school with the best overall team score was CHS, and was
awarded a plaque as well! Hayes Freedom placed 5th overall and Liberty placed 6th overall.