Isaac Hodapp has won prestigious honor three years in a row and will travel to Nashville to play his trumpet in the All-National Honor Ensemble for the third year in a row. Only a handful of students in the United States have earned this honor.
When Isaac Hodapp returns to the stage at the Grand Ole Opry Theater, it will be the third year in a row he has been selected. Read more at the Post Record.
CHS teacher Jennifer Dean was recently honored by former student Reesab Pathak as a “Coca-Cola Educator of Distinction”. Here’s what he had to say about her:
For helping me find a research mentor, inspiring me to get involved in research, your willingness to recognize my potential, and your support for my successes, I am honored to designate you as a 2015 Coca-Cola Scholars Program Educator of Distinction!
Congratulations Mrs. Dean!
Yacine Guermali builds a commanding lead on runners from Skyview and Columbia River during the final lap along Round Lake at Lacamas Park Sept. 22. The Camas High School junior finished in first place with a time of 17 minutes, 34 seconds.
Thousands of the best cross country runners in the region competed in the Nike Portland XC meet Saturday, at Portland Meadows.
The Camas High School girls team captured third place in the Danner Championship race. Read more at the Post Record.
Jordan Del Moral keeps moving forward for the Camas football team Friday, at McKenzie Stadium. He rushed for 113 yards and scored three touchdowns to help the Papermakers beat Evergreen 62-21.
Blake Roy, Hunter Bruno, Jared Bentley and Drake Owen caught touchdown passes from Liam Fitzgerald in a 62-21 victory for the Papermakers against the Evergreen Plainsmen Friday, at McKenzie Stadium. Jordan Del Moral added three touchdown runs, Manase Nguamo made a 51-yard dash into the end zone and Will Schultz crossed the goal line on a 2-yard sprint. Read more at the Post Record.
Rylee MacDonald nets her second goal for the Camas girls soccer team in the first 13 minutes of the game against Skyview Thursday, at Doc Harris Stadium. The Papermakers won 4-0. (Dan Trujillo/Post-Record)
Three goals in the first 20 minutes of the game propelled the Camas girls soccer team to a 4-0 victory against Skyview Thursday, at Doc Harris Stadium.
Senior midfielder Rylee MacDonald fired a rocket into the back of the net from about 30 yards away in the seventh minute. Read more at the Post Record.
CAMAS — Let’s clear this up right at the top.
Mason Minder, the all-region defender in her fourth season playing for the Camas girls soccer team, is not related to the coach of said team, Roland Minder.
“I get that question a lot. Even in grocery stores they will say to wish my dad luck,” she said. “Sometimes I tell them he is my dad just to mess with them.”
Mason Minder doesn’t mind mixing it up on the soccer field, either. Which makes her the perfect fit to play in the center of the Papermaker defense.
“She has everything a coach would want,” said Roland Minder, citing confidence and maturity that is respected by teammates and coaches. Continued at The Columbian