Do you believe in miracles Mill City? Yes! The Camas High School football team rallied from 11 points down in the last two minutes to defeat Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, 28-25 Friday, at Doc Harris Stadium in a battle between two No. 1 ranked football teams from different states. “We had a long talk before the game about brotherhood – what it means to be a brother and to make plays for the guy next to you,” said senior center Jordan Howes. “I think that’s what it took to come back and win this game.
Wearing red for the first time in a decade, the Camas High School football team didn’t waste any time against AC Davis Friday at Doc Harris Stadium. “The first home game is always a special time, especially for the seniors,” said head coach Jon Eagle. “Boy, our community does not disappoint. I’m just always amazed by parents that have their kids all dressed in red.”“It’s just become so much more than football,” he added.
The Panthers put the rest of the 2A Greater St. Helens League on notice after shutting out Columbia River 17-0 at Fishback Stadium Friday. “This proves to people that we’re for real. We’re coming,” said senior lineman Ian Harris. “We lost to them last year. Coming back and getting the win is just like revenge. Revenge is sweet. What can I say?”Head coach Dave Hajek put it all in perspective. He played football for the Panthers. He has taught and coached at the high school for decades.
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