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Principal: Steve Marshall
Assoc. Principal: E. Anderson
Assoc. Principal: Tom Morris
Assoc. Principal: Susan Asher
Dean of Students: Brian Wilde
CTE Interim Dir.: Ron Wright
Athletic Director: Rory Oster
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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.

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Jen Lewis and Hannah Gianan won the 4A State Tennis Doubles Championship Saturday, defeating Union for the third time in post-season tournament finals this season. Esther Kwon took fifth in the State Singles competition to secure a third place Papermaker finish at State.

track2ndplaceOur track team had a PHENOMENAL weekend at the State Meet at Mt. Tahoma! Our ladies finished 2nd overall in the State 4A Championships behind Federal Way by only 24 points! Our boys ended up 19th overall. Camas set 1 national record, 2 state records, and 5 school records and 16 medals this weekend!

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CHS Parents and Supporters
Here is your post-season update for this week… 
Below are All-Day prices.
Please click the link for All-Tournament prices. (Link)

STATE SOFTBALL and TRACK & FIELD
$9 Adults and Students w/o ASB  |  $7 Students w/ ASB and Senior Citizens
$7 Students w/ Elementary Students (12 and under)   |  Children under age of 5 FREE

Wednesday, May 28
State Tournament – Girls' Golf @ Club Green Meadows, Vancouver 7:30AM
State Tournament – Boys' Golf @ Camas Meadows, Camas – 7:30AM

Thursday, May 29
State Tournament – Girls' Golf @ Club Green Meadows, Vancouver – Start TBD
State Tournament – Boys' Golf @ Camas Meadows, Camas – Start TBD
State Meet – Track and Field @ Mount Tahoma HS, Tacoma – 3:20PM

Friday, May 30
State Tournament – Girls' Tennis @ Richland HS, Richland – 8 AM
 State Tournament – Softball @ Merkel Sports Complex, Spokane - 12 PM
State Meet – Track and Field @ Mount Tahoma HS, Tacoma – 10 AM

Saturday, May 31
State Tournament – Girls' Tennis @ Richland HS, Richland – 8:00AM
State Tournament – Softball @ Merkel Sports Complex, Spokane – Start TBD
State Meet – Track and Field @ Mount Tahoma HS, Tacoma – 9:30AM

Best of luck to our scholar-athletes.  Go Papermakers!

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