Four different Camas girls soccer players scored goals in the first 21 minutes of a must-win game to return to the state tournament. The Papermakers delivered five more goals in the second half to turn the Todd Beamer Titans away, 9-0, at Doc Harris Stadium Nov. 2. Less than two minutes from the opening kickoff, Jenna Efraimson broke through with the first goal of the game for Camas. “It felt like a huge relief because we were kind of nervous,” Efraimson said.
Seven Camas and four Washougal girls swimmers are on their way to the state championship meet Friday and Saturday, at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way. “We had spectacular races. Very, very very fast swims. In some cases, unexpected swims,” said head coach Mike Bemis. “It will be interesting to see how much drop we can get out of these girls after dropping so much at districts,” he added. The top eight placers from Friday’s preliminary events advance to Saturday’s championship finals.
The Camas girls soccer team lives to fight another day. Fierce winds and the Bellarmine Prep Lions made things difficult, but the Papermakers prevailed 1-0 in the first round of the state playoffs at Doc Harris Stadium Wednesday. Carla Jooste headed in a long free kick from Perri Belzer to give Camas a 1-0 advantage in the 33rd minute. “I just kind of threw my head out there and went for it,” Jooste said.
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