In a total team effort the Papermakers challenged perennial state champion Bellarmine Prep all the way to the end. On day two Elise Filuk had a strong finish going 3 under par over the last 4 holes to finish with an even par round of 72 and 6th place. Connie Wang had her best round as a Papermaker with 76. Hailey Oster 77, Abby Jiang 84 and Emma Cox 86 rounded out the scoring. Lauryn Tsukimura also contributed to the team’s success with a first day 89. The Papermakers achieved every goal for this season, GSH League Championship; beat Union in every event, District Championship, top 5 State (2nd). Seniors Filuk and Wang will be greatly missed. Read more at the Post-Record
Elise Filuk hits her golf ball over the water fountain and sticks it on the 16th green during the final round of districts May 10, on the Lewis River course in Woodland. (Dan Trujillo/Post-Record)
The Papermakers played well enough to win the district team title by 19 strokes over rival Union. Filuk took second place with rounds of 77 and 78 for a two-day total of 155. Hailey Oster and Abby Jiang tied for fourth place with a 167. Emma Cox earned sixth place with a 169. Read more at the Post-Record
Camas High School seniors Maddie Woodson, Caleigh Lofstead and Alexa Jones have won three district track and field championships in their four years together. (Photo courtesy of Diana Lofstead)
Caleigh Lofstead, Alexa Jones and Maddie Woodson grabbed a hold of their third district track and field trophy Friday, at McKenzie Stadium.
This one is the most satisfying because all three girls are Camas High School seniors.
“We’ve won it before, so it’s like our goal,” Woodson said. “Everyone runs that much harder because they know their place matters.”
Jones couldn’t think of a better way to end her high school career. Today, she signs to run cross country and track for Eastern Oregon University. Read more at the Post-Record
The CamTech Program would like to invite interested students and parents to attend our first annual Showcase Night here at CHS on Tuesday May 24, 2016, starting at 5:40 PM in the CHS Theater. At 6 PM we’ll migrate across the hall to our CamTech labs where students will be demonstrating skills and sharing a variety of projects they’ve done this past year in program. Come check us out and see if we might be a fit for you.
We look forward to seeing you there,
CamTech Students & Staff
CHS celebrated our spring college letter of intent signings this past week and congratulations to the following student athletes…
Alexa Jones, Eastern Oregon – CC & Track and Field
Blake Roy, University of Redlands in California – Football
Leah Aspinwall, Knox College in Illinois – Soccer
Trevor Wochnick, Whitworth – Football
Mason Minder, Seattle Pacific – Soccer
Dustin Zimmerly, Eastern Oregon – CC & Track and Field
Jordan Del Moral, Carroll College in Montana – Football
Tucker Parker, Concordia University – Baseball
Haleigh Sudbeck, University of Hawaii – Track & Field
The day he checked off one of his main goals for his senior season — being named the Gatorade Player of the Year for Washington — Bennett Lehner scored the goal that made his Camas Papermakers district champions. Read more at the Columbian
The team will play tonight Wednesday May 18 at 5 PM here at Doc Harris Stadium against Snohomish in a first round state playoff game. Come out and support the team!