Camas blockers Marianna Payne and Whitney Quist reach up for the volleyball at the net Oct. 19, at Union High School. The Papermakers swept the Titans 25-17, 25-19, 25-22 to remain undefeated in league.
Union did everything it could to force a fourth set against the Camas volleyball team, but the Papermakers persevered and swept their rivals to remain perfect in league. Read more at the CW Post Record
Camas’ Maddie Kemp takes a shot in the Papermakers’ 2-0 win over Union on Thursday at McKenzie Stadium. The star forward had plenty of close calls, but also converted on two goals to give Camas the top seed to the Class 4A bi-district playoffs.
The win moved the Papermakers (10-2-2, 5-0-1) within one win of the 4A Greater St. Helens League title. Camas still has two league games left. Read more at The Columbian
Owen Huntington sinks his par putt for Camas on the 17th hole Tuesday, at the Tri-Mountain Golf Course in Ridgefield. The freshman finished in fifth place at districts, with a two-day total of 150, to advance to the bi-district tournament in May. He improved his score by four strokes in the final round.
CHS senior Connor Shira earned eighth place and will join Huntington at bi-districts. Read more at the CW Post Record
Drama club at Camas HS raises money for worthy cause.
KATU2 Portland — In today’s Kids Doing Good Stuff, meet the Camas High School drama club. They’ve teamed up with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to raise money for the Light the Night Walk, a fundraiser to support research for blood cancers. “Sillheart,” the play the kids are performing, is a story about a child’s journey through cancer.
To see a decade’s worth of Robotics growth, check out this video about FIRST Team MeanMachine 2471, created by Camas High School team president Hunter Colwell. Watch the whole thing or just skim through it – the changes are impressive!