The intensity inside the Camas High School wrestling room is bursting through the seams. Close to 70 boys and girls are ready to make an impact on the mat for the Papermakers. Head coach Cory VomBaur doesn’t have an answer for the significant boost in numbers, but he’s not complaining. He is proud of the attitude these young athletes bring into the room every day. “Every time you step onto the mat — you tie up, you lace up your shoes — you’re going to go to war that day.
From only three wins in December one year ago, to playing basketball in the Tacoma Dome for the first time in their lives, the Camas High School girls basketball players never lost sight of the dream. “It was a roller coaster at times, but we were on that stretch where we won 13 games in a row,” said head coach Scott Preuninger. “I always look back at December as when we really found ourselves, came together and made history. It was the first time we had ever been through anything like that.
Camas High School senior basketball players Connor Shira, Kyle Allen, Ryan Rushall, Jack Glikbarg, Ben Cooke and Gabe Mukobi are ready for the next level. Returning varsity starters Tre Carlisle and Isaiah Sampson are excited about what they see. “Every time I think about this, I get butterflies in my stomach. I’m thinking about the crowd, I’m thinking about the lights, all the music and stuff,” Carlisle said.
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Selecting a term
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