Camas High School junior Monica Chang earned a first-place finish in the Oregon Bioscience Showcase 2017 Research Fast Pitch competition in Portland for her presentation, “A Closer Look at Memory: The Effect of Diurnal Rhythms on Perineuronal Nets.”
The junior was asked to work at a booth during a Girls in STEM event for middle school students, where she was teamed up with Barbara Sorg, a professor of neuroscience at Washington State University Vancouver. After spending some time with her, Sorg offered Chang an internship in her lab. Read more at The Columbian
The Camas girls soccer team poses with the third-place trophy they won on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, after a 2-1 victory over Kennedy Catholic at the WIAA state tournament. Their 2-1 victory over Kennedy Catholic is the program’s third consecutive state trophy, a feat Perrin Belzer, the program’s only four-year starter, walked away proud moments after the Papermakers received the 4A third-place trophy at Sparks Stadium. Because third straight state trophies means third consecutive trips to the state playoffs’ Final Four. Read more at The Columbian
Camas High SchoolBand honored our veterans at Saturday’s parade in Vancouver, Washington, and they didn’t disappoint! Have a listen…
The event officially is known as the 31st Annual Veterans Parade at Fort Vancouver presented by the Lough Legacy. The legacy is an endowment from Frank and Joanne Lough to support the Veterans Parade in perpetuity.
Camas swimmers Bailey Segall, Paeton Lesser, Jessica Bretz and Madalyn Scherwinski qualified for state in the 200- and 400-meter freestyle relay races. Segall also earned first place at districts in the 100 butterfly.
Seven Camas and four Washougal girls swimmers are on their way to the state championship meet Friday and Saturday, at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way. read more at the CW Post Record
The 4A boys state cross country race featured the most exciting finish between Ryan Kline, of Central Valley in Spokane, and Daniel Maton, of Camas, Saturday, at the Sun Willows Golf Course, in Pasco. Kline clinched the championship with a time of 15:11.3. Maton tumbled across the finish line in 15:11.5.
The Camas High School cross country runners brought home two team trophies from the state championship meet Saturday, at the Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco.
Emma Jenkins, Camryn Mock, Halle Jenkins, Madison Child, Ellie Postma, Jenna Lukowiak and Brooke Roy led the Papermaker girls team to second place. Daniel Maton, David Connell, Spencer Twyman, Jackson Lyne, LJ Floyd, Sam Geiger and Luke Utheza helped the Papermaker boys team finish in fourth place. Read more at the CW Post Record