CHS Secures League Title

CHS secures league title with 35-17 win over Mt. View

The Camas Papermakers are Class 4A Greater St. Helens League champions again..But it didn’t come without a fight.
Mountain View battled the Papermakers all the way to the end before Camas broke through with a 35-17 victory Friday at McKenzie Stadium.
“That was a real football game,” Camas coach Jon Eagle said. “Mountain View is a well-coached, talented team, and we were fortunate to come away with a victory.”
Read more at the Columbian.

CHS Cruises to 4A District X-Country Titles

Camas swept the team and individual titles at the 4A District 4 cross country championships Wednesday at Lewisville Park.
The Camas girls won in dominant if not predictable fashion. Led by individual champion Rachel Blair, the No. 1-ranked team in the 4A state coaches poll took five of the top seven spots.
The Camas boys dethroned Skyview as the district champ by placing its five scoring runners in the top 13. Junior Yacine Guermali won by 15 seconds over teammate Adam Ryan. Read more at the The Columbian

CHS senior to perform at All-American Bowl

Isaac Hodapp receives his honorary marching band jacket during a ceremony at Camas High School Oct. 13. Hodapp, a senior, as selected to participate in the U.S. Army All-American Marching Band. Selected by the National Association for Music Education in cooperation with All American Games and Drum Corps International, the band features the 125 top marching band members from across the United States. (Danielle Frost/Post-Record) Read more at the Post Record

Papermakers Place Third at 17-School Invitational

Siobhan Chong (above) clinched first place in the 100-meter breaststroke and third place in the 50 freestyle for Camas at the Kelso Invitational Saturday. (Dan Trujillo/Post-Record)

Personal best times by several swimmers propelled the Papermaker girls to third place at the Kelso Invitational Saturday.
Read more at the Post Record.

CHS Student Named to All-National Ensemble

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.