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Washougal soccer rebounds After suffering their first loss of the season to Hockinson Wednesday, the Panther boys soccer team defeated Woodland 10-0 Friday and Columbia River 2-1 Saturday. Riel Lord, Elesey Razumovskiy and Patrick Johnson each netted two of Washougal’s 10 goals Friday. Yorro Bah, Jeremiah Palmer, Michael Wright and Samuel Razumovskiy fired in the other goals. Johnson had two assists to go with his two goals. Wright, Bah and Thomas Normandeau added assists. Wright scored the decisive goal for the Panthers Saturday, on a pass from Bah. Elesey Razumovskiy netted the first goal on an assist from Wright.
Camas soccer keeps rolling The Papermaker boys soccer team rolled past Prairie 1-0 Wednesday, at Doc Harris Stadium. Nate Beasley netted the only goal on an assist from Josiah Pacheco. Camas also defeated Hudson’s Bay 3-0 Friday, at Kiggins Bowl. Anthony Macchione made the first goal on an assist from Adam Allison. Wyatt Brown delivered the second goal on a pass from Pacheco. Austin Vela added the third goal.
Panther softball sweeps doubleheader The Washougal softball team defeated Stevenson 14-4 and 16-3 in a doubleheader Saturday, at Washougal High School. Ashley Carroll picked up the win on the mound in the first game. She also went 3-for-3 at the plate and drove in two runs. Madisen Baldwin went 4-for-4 at the dish and knocked in two runs. Brooke Croeni had a home run and 3 RBI. Mackenzie Helland and Savannah McDowell also each had an RBI. Croeni went 4-for-4 with a triple and an RBI in the second game. Baldwin went 3-for-3 with two doubles and 3 RBI. Jackie Cohrs clinched the win on the mound.
Esther Kwon won 6-1, 6-0 at first singles; Lily Hsu won 6-0, 6-2 at second singles; and Katie Shin won 6-0, 6-1 at third singles. The team of Emily Carson and Alexa Jacobsen won a 7-6 (7-2) tiebreaker in the first set, and then 6-2 in the second set. Lauren Belzer and Amanda Reiter won at third doubles 6-4, 6-2. Camas opened the season with a 4-2 win over Kelso Friday. Victories went to Kwon 6-3, 6-2; Jen Lewis 6-1, 6-0; Meghal Sheth 6-2, 6-0; and the team of Sydney Ott and Brie Ilarde 6-4, 6-3.
Eleven Camas Papermakers are on their way to the Washington High School Equestrian Teams state competition, which is scheduled from May 10 to 13 in Linden. Here is the list of the Camas state qualifiers and alternates. All of the gold, silver and bronze medalists advance to state. Gold medalists — Mckenzie Kuhlman (driving); Sarah Brizek (driving); and Chris Allen (in-hand trail).
Silver medalists — Hanna Firstenburg, Chris Allen, Savannah Lehman, Sade Allen, Kuhlman, Megan Templer, Jordan Moore and Randi Hirn (drill team); Chris Allen (reining); and Chris Allen, Camas Bike and Sport is Brizek, Firstenburg and offering two scholarships Kuhlman (in-hand obstato students interested cle relay). in joining the Washington High School Cycling Bronze medalists — League’s Camas composite Brizek (in-hand trail); team. Chris Allen (huntseat and The scholarship pays for the $50 league registration fee and one race entry fee of $40, while providing a custom team jersey, access to loaner bikes and equipment, and discounts. Students interested in applying should contact Ed E-mail: Fischer. Call 210-5160 or heather.acheson@ stop by the bike shop, 240 camaspostrecord.com N.E. Third Ave. in downFax: (360) 834-3423 town Camas. All appliU.S. Mail: cants will have to write a Heather Acheson-Editor short essay describing why P.O. Box 1013 he or she would like to join Camas, WA 98607 the team. Website: These scholarships are www.camaspostrecord.com made possible by the donations from local businesses and individual donors.
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Camas tennis nets two wins The Papermaker girls tennis team defeated Mountain View 5-1 Monday, at Mountain View High School.
The Camas High School drill team members earned silver medals this season. Pictured left to right: Kristi Weese, Sade Allen, Megan Templer, Randi Hirn, Coach Teri Hirn (standing), Mckenzie Kuhlman, Hanna Firstenburg, Savannah Lehman and Chris Allen.
Harli Hubbard and Erin Tauscher each delivered 2-run home runs in a 13-2 victory for the Papermaker softball team Monday, at Mountain View High School. “It felt good to get the team pumped up,” Hubbard said. “Once somebody gets a hit, it’s like a chain reaction of hits,” Tauscher added. “It never stops.” Hubbard gained nine strikeouts on the mound in seven innings pitched. Sarah Nidick made a putout at first base and fired the ball across the diamond to Tauscher in time to get the runner advancing to third base. Camas foiled Skyview 5-3 Friday, in eight innings. Lena Richards and Mikaela Searight helped bring home the leading runs in the top of the eighth. Hubbard pitched four innings of relief to pick up the victory. Nidick drove in seven runs on a double and two triples to lead the Papermakers past Washougal 15-0 March 20. Hubbard allowed zero hits in three innings pitched before rain brought the game to a halt.
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