CHS/MST Magnet junior Monica Chang competed Monday, 10/30/17, in the Oregon BioScience Association Showcase Fast Pitch competition. She won the event out of the ten finalists! Check out the video where she has two minutes to “pitch” the work she’s done in conjunction with the Sorg Lab at WSU-V to more than 200 BioScience professionals attending the Oregon BioScience Showcase at the OMSI Empirical Theater. Read more at the CW Post Record: https://goo.gl/QjZcBC
“I’ve been doing gymnastics for like 12, 13 years,” said Purwins, who is a two-time Columbian All-Region gymnast who placed third on the uneven bars and fourth in the all-around at the Class 4A state meet last February. But last spring – she can’t quite recall the exact moment — Purwins got it in her head to try something different. Read more at The Columbian
Papermakers to travel to Auburn-Riverside
for state qualifier playoff game.
Camas Papermakers (8-1, 3-1 4A GSHL)
The streaks are over, but we can still celebrate them … at least one more time. Congrats again Papermakers for this incredible run of excellence.
I wrote this on Twitter the other night, but here are a few more thoughts on The Streaks, and how being at most of all of the big games through the years has been one of the highlights of my career.
I was there the last time the Papermakers lost a league game, back in 2009, when Union scored, recovered an onside kick, and scored again to steal the 3A GSHL title in Week 9.
I was there the last time the Papermakers lost a game in the regular season, when Skyview, then the class of the Class 4A GSHL, beat Camas, the top team in the 3A GSHL, in 2011. Read more at Clark County TODAY.com
Camas beat Heritage 6-1 for the district championship Oct. 23, at the VGSA Fields in Salmon Creek. The Papermakers are going to play in the first Washington state slow-pitch softball tournament Saturday, at the Columbia Playfield in Richland.
Like waiting on a pitch and lining it for a base hit, patience paid off for the Camas High School softball team this autumn. Read more at the CW Post Record
The Camas boys and girls cross country teams brought home two Southwest Washington 4A district championship trophies Wednesday Oct. 18, from Lewisville Park in Battle Ground. Read more at the CW Post Record
Jenkins, Maton, CHS Teams Dominate Westside Classic
Emma Jenkins, Daniel Maton and the Camas cross country teams are headed to the state meet in full stride. Saturday Oct. 28, Jenkins and Maton were individual winners as Camas dominated the District 3-4 Westside Classic at Chambers Creek in University Place. Read more at The Columbian