#3 Camas Opens League Play With 27-14 Win At Mountain View

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 11, 2010

#3 Camas (2-0) jumped out to a quick 20-0 lead then held on to beat Mountain View (1-1) 27-14 at McKenzie Stadium.

Camas DB Addison Owen returned 2 Mountain View punts deep into Thunder territory early in the game to set up 2 Camas touch downs. Owen ran the first Thunder punt of the game to the Mountain View 22, where 3 plays later QB Logan Grindy hit TE Ikaika Gunderson for a 5 yard TD and a quick 7-0 lead. Camas scored on their next possession when RB Zach Marshall capped a 8 play 52 yard drive with a 1 yard TD run. Mountain View punted on their next possession when Owen again shined, running the punt back to the Thunder 30. Marshall appeared to score on a run play on the very next play, however a holding call brought the ball back to the 35. On the next snap Camas ran the exact same play and Marsahll again found his way down the left sidelines for a TD and a 20-0 Camas lead early in the 2nd quarter.

The Papermakers appeared to let up after that, while Mountain View keep fighting trying to avoid the blow out.

Thunder RB P.J. Jones scored on a pass from QB Ryan Hansen from 22 yards out later in the quarter to make the score 20-7 at halftime.

A 14 play 49 yard Mountain View drive to open the second half was snuffed out by DB Jeremy Faulkner when he picked off a Hansen pass at the Camas 25. 5 plays later (all Marshall runs) Camas was back in the end zone on Marshall’s 3rd rushing TD of the night and led 27-7.

Zach Marshall now has 196 rushing yards and 6 TD’s on the season.

With the win Camas improves to 2-0 and 1-0 in league play and will open up their new Doc Harris Stadium Friday vs Columbia River (1-1 0-1) at 7:00 pm. Mountain View falls to 1-1 and 0-1 in league play with the loss. The Thunder will travel to Prairie (1-1) next Friday for a 7:00 pm game.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Camas Papermakers
13
7
7
0
27

Mountain View Thunder
0
7
0
7
14

first quarter

CAM – Ikaika Gunderson 5 pass from Logan Grindy (Dylan Stoller kick)

CAM – Zach Marshall 1 run (kick failed)

second quarter

CAM – Marshall 35 run (Stoller kick)

MV – Ryan Hanson 22 pass to P.J. Jones (Chavo Camargo kick)

third quarter

CAM – Marshall 22 run (Stoller kick)

forth quarter

MV – Sterling Reynolds 25 run (Camargo kick)

Leaders

Rushing — Camas: Marshall 12-129, Addison Owen 5-23; Mountain View: Jones 16-93, Reynolds 7-80, Hansen 12-51, Dylan Petersen 14-50.

Passing — Camas: Grindy 12-19-0-126; Mountain View: Hansen 5-12-1-53.

Receiving — Camas: Miguel Salamanca 3-36, Marshall 2-28, Jonathan Warner 2-21, Zach Anderson 2-16, Kyle Ervin 1-13, Jeremy Faulkner 1-7, Gunderson 1-5; Mountain View: Jones 2-23, Josh Parker 1-11, Petersen 1-10, Dean Koba 1-9.

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Comments

73 Responses to “#3 Camas Opens League Play With 27-14 Win At Mountain View”

  1. wsumj on September 11th, 2010 3:02 pm

    MV looked better then Timberline. They ran the ball at will.

  2. SWWaFootballFan on September 11th, 2010 3:14 pm

    Camas looked as if they were playing defense to stop the pass against a team that wanted to run all night.

    If MTV could of contained the big returns on special teams, and not thrown that untimely pick this is probably a way different outcome.

    Camas has a lot of work to do.

  3. camasfan on September 11th, 2010 4:27 pm

    We better learn to keep the throttle down.

  4. camass :) on September 11th, 2010 4:45 pm

    The fact is that camas did get big returns from punts and a turnover. If that happend, looks like mountain view has a lot of work to do to. There are no “what ifs” in football, only what happened. Camas also beat timberline so you can’t discredit them as being a good team.

  5. victory on September 11th, 2010 6:02 pm

    Going to need to play some running “D” if you make it North in the play offs. Keep up the good work.

  6. CHSbleachercreature on September 11th, 2010 6:26 pm

    I agree victory but a sign of good things to come was shown last night by keeping pj under 100 yards

  7. wsumj on September 11th, 2010 8:28 pm

    Timberline got rolled last night and the RB from North Thurston set a school record by rushing for 310 yards….

  8. CHSbleachercreature on September 11th, 2010 8:43 pm

    Which just takes everything away from camas and their win right….

  9. 55+ on September 11th, 2010 9:48 pm

    Camas looks very beatable at this point in the season. They did not play with the heart and intensity that the Union boys showed today. Camas appears to be mentally soft which has plagued them in the past. Maybe “Camas Attitude” isn’t what they need since that philosophy has only been a disappointment. Hey Camas, try being humble and more disciplined, you would be amazed!

  10. DCGardner on September 11th, 2010 9:48 pm

    No, just makes it less impressive.

  11. 55+ on September 11th, 2010 10:03 pm

    Much less impressive, agree.

  12. CHSbleachercreature on September 11th, 2010 10:10 pm

    Union being humble? HA!

  13. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on September 12th, 2010 1:38 am

    being humble? how sbout having class? 55+, you personally called out camas kids and called them “butt wipes”. if not for the editing on this site, that post would have stayed up. the nerve of some people…

  14. Ketto on September 12th, 2010 4:01 am

    I have to say, if you’re 55+ in age, then you’re definitely not the kind of person you’re asking the Camas team to be.

    Early season stuttering, that’s all. I’m sure they’ll look better later in the season. I anticipate an absolute blowout next week against CR – pretty much all of Camas is coming to the grand opening of the new Doc Harris Stadium.

  15. wsumj on September 12th, 2010 9:55 am

    I am going to agree with camasfan. They need to learn to keep the throttle down…. Union rolled everyone they played the last 2 years… Running clock was a constant theme for them. Camas should be doing the same thing.

    Also.. Mountain View has a good team. They looked pretty good on both sides of the ball.

  16. Main on September 12th, 2010 11:06 am

    Had Mountain View maybe settled down in the first quarter, they may have had a chance in this game.
    The score doesnt really show how close this game was for the last 3 quarters.

    That being said, there’s a reason they play 4.

    Camas is the real deal, and they have some monster athletes. I predict them to run the table this year.

    But i don’t think Mountain View is going away. I expect them to bounce back next week in a statement game over Prairie.

  17. GSHL Football Fan 2010 on September 12th, 2010 12:40 pm

    Camas vs Mt View

    Mountain View Coaching: F uncharacteristically poorly prepared – went away from their strength which is running to trying to pass. Poor play calling early in the game.

    Passing C-
    Mt View’s QB doesn’t have the arm strength to pass effectively, does run well. Untimely dropped passes and interception stopped drives. Poor pass protection

    Running A – Mt View ran well against a very physicall Camas defense – very good run blocking

    Pass Defense – D No pass pressure on Camas QB –

    Special team’s coverage – D coverage is slow and can’t tackle

    Kicking – D
    Field goal attempt was embarrasingly poor from a very short distance. Punting went from short to bad after replacing punter. Here’s a hint use the kicker with the strongest leg.

  18. ThunderFBplayer on September 12th, 2010 4:10 pm

    GSHL Football Fan 2010:

    you can diss our performance all u want but the one thing that pisses me off is when people like u say that the coaching and game plan was terrible. How the heck do u know if our gameplan was poor? because it wasnt. it wasnt executed to perfection and that is why we lost. but Our coach always prepares us well and u dont know that so stop saying crap that you think is true when it isnt.

    You dont have a clue about what youre talking about. u say we went away from running the football? is 275 yards rushing not good enough for u?

    Also, dont trash our QB because he does have the arm strength to throw but its kind of hard to throw when you have odin coe getting through the o-line and breathing down ur neck all game. You try it sometime, i bet you would do way worse.

    Bad pass defense? i didnt know holding the best QB around to 125 yards passing was bad.

    do u know why the punter was replaced? because he was specifically told not to kick it anywhere near Addison owen and he did it on his first three punts. Owen gave them great field position and easy short yards to score tds.

    ultimately the game was a battle of field position and we lost. its hard to keep camas out of the endzone when they start the ball 20 and 30 yards away.

    also, long drives not converted into points killed the clock and all of our momentum in the second half.

  19. Trunks on September 12th, 2010 4:56 pm

    I can’t believe a union fan is talking about camas needing to be more humble… Ha that’s the funniest thing I’ve heard on this site in a while. keep your comments about how amazing unions 1-1 team is off of the camas article please. Bottom line is camas beat a good mountain view team and held their very impressive running back under 100 yards.

  20. Green and Gold on September 12th, 2010 5:50 pm

    wow they held the running back under 100 yards, i believe he still had 94 of them. though the team had over 200 together. if camas faces a team that can pass and can run they wont make it very far.

  21. CHSbleachercreature on September 12th, 2010 7:45 pm

    If they can pass and run they wont have 200 rushing yards. The pass game would cut into that.

  22. Green and Gold on September 12th, 2010 8:34 pm

    i am pretty sure i am talking about just the rushing yards..

  23. DCGardner on September 12th, 2010 8:59 pm

    wsumj – I think that you can’t make that comparison because this year GSHL 3A isn’t full of cupcake pushover teams like it was last year for Union and Camas. This year those teams have taken it up a notch.

    Trunks – Nice mentioning the 1-1 record. The win was against a higher ranked team than Timberline (#6 compared to #8). And the margin of victory was much much greater. And the loss was against arguably the best team in the state for the past decade.

  24. CHSbleachercreature on September 12th, 2010 9:03 pm

    Then why did you say a balanced offense?

  25. CHSbleachercreature on September 12th, 2010 9:08 pm

    And this is always gunna be the problem with this years union camas debate. They dont play eachother so its become a constant struggle fighting the pros and cons of each team…

  26. DCGardner on September 12th, 2010 9:21 pm

    I think its quite simple to tell.

    Union beat a higher ranked team by a wider margin.

    What does that tell you?

  27. Ketto on September 12th, 2010 9:47 pm

    That tells you it’s the second week of the season, and rankings mean absolutely nothing. Yet.

  28. TitanFan1337 on September 12th, 2010 10:08 pm

    I find it interesting that people from Camas touted their victory over Timberline as some great accomplishment because it was beating a ranked team. But now that Union has beaten a better team, all the sudden “Rankings mean absolutely nothing”. What a joke

    Stay used to being number 2 Camas

  29. CHSbleachercreature on September 12th, 2010 10:08 pm

    DC- thank you for turning my completely neutral statement into a union is better than everyone statement….. But using your reasoning camas is a higher ranked team in general.

    What does that tell you?

  30. DCGardner on September 12th, 2010 10:48 pm

    That the rankings won’t remain the way they are for long if things stay the same.

  31. Ketto on September 13th, 2010 2:41 pm

    *sigh* No matter what the overall records at the end of the season, the Union kids will still insist their team is better.

    It’s a shame they won’t have Bellevue to put them in their place anymore…now they’ll get Skyline instead.

  32. Main on September 13th, 2010 3:06 pm

    If youre gonna participate in this thread, let’s keep it about Camas/Mountain View.

    No more of this Union/Camas debate, here at least.
    I wouldnt have so much of an issue with it if it was relevant.

    But its not.

  33. UHS on September 13th, 2010 3:10 pm

    Ketto, Thats nice of you to say we are gonna play skyline in the state championship, its better than losing first round?

  34. Ketto on September 13th, 2010 4:55 pm

    You could easily get just as bad of a playoff draw as Camas did last year and end up playing them for a spot in the brackets.

  35. Trunks on September 13th, 2010 5:17 pm

    Thank you Main I agree. Let’s keep this about camas and mountain view. I said that in my previous statement but DCGardner decided to focus on how I briefly mentioned union was 1-1. Heaven forbid I mention a teams record, seems like a sensitive spot.

  36. 55+ on September 13th, 2010 5:51 pm

    After watching both Camas and Union this weekend it has become very clear how Union dominated Camas in their meeting at summer camp in Corvallis.

  37. CHSbleachercreature on September 13th, 2010 6:00 pm

    Camas won the camp… including both teams union lost to…. so………

  38. Ketto on September 13th, 2010 6:09 pm

    55+, do you have any idea what you’re talking about?

  39. 55+ on September 13th, 2010 6:24 pm

    Oh, it was great. I guess you shoulda been there. It was a good ole butt kicking. You must recall that Union and Camas had a session one day. I find it interesting how y’all would conveniently forget about this. Some people……. Anyway, the season is underway and it is amazing to me that Camas is ranked #2 when their first opponent has turned out to be a joke and to boast about beating an average team like MV, barely. MV has a couple of good skilled players but overall they are average, barely. And to punt the ball directly to your best player 3 times in a row. They even tried to hand you the game and you barely won, wow, now that was impressive.

  40. CHSbleachercreature on September 13th, 2010 7:02 pm

    To not even acknowledge camas as a good football program is amazing…I would think they are doing something right. Union is a really good football team. Who have lost. I know to the number one school… But as long as camas keeps winning you cant take the credit from camas away… Some people…

  41. camas :) on September 13th, 2010 8:07 pm

    55+, seems like you are just on here to diss students and their teams, didn’t live out your glory days as a football player too well did you? Union/camas talk is completely irrelevant, they are 4a we are 3a, everything on paper means nothing when camas and union go head to head, it is sure to be one heck of a game. Just let the season pass and see how the teams do before you start dissing them, geez people. This is high school football, stop taking away from the hardworking players on every team.

  42. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on September 13th, 2010 9:12 pm

    55+, do you have ANYTHING positive to say about ANYBODY except Union? Never heard a positive comment out of you besides Union. You rip on people just to rip. Who cares how they spell Camas, youre way too critical. And you completely disregard peoples statements that are true. Like the fact that Camas won the whole Oregon State Camp in Corvallis.

    And Union may have beat Camas at OSU, but Camas was playing WITHOUT Logan Grindy. Arguably the best player in the league.

  43. Trunks on September 13th, 2010 11:42 pm

    Seriously 55+, the fact that you consider a victory in a SCRIMMAGE during the summer significant when camas was playing without Logan grindy or Jeremy Faulkner is hilarious. And timberline was a joke? Ha the real joke at qwest field that day was unions performance against Bellevue. 2 possessions in the second half for union because their defense couldn’t get a stop? And whenever union did get the ball their qb threw an interception right to the chest of a Bellevue defender. Plus why are you even involved in this post? It had nothing to do with union. So it’d be awesome if you could just go gloat on your own article.

  44. Knute on September 14th, 2010 1:06 am

    Careful with your comments, Trunks. Camas may end up facing Bellevue somewhere along the way and it would be interesting to see how Camas responds to their first Bellevue offense experience.

  45. 40 on September 14th, 2010 10:26 am

    maybe both Union and Camas are good fb teams.

    I think Camas can contend for a state title this year with the talent they have if they can learn to put together a full game. Against timberline it took us until the 2nd half to get it going and against mt view we seemed to go on cruise control after jumping up 20-0. When opponents are down you have to kick em, not let them get back up.

    I think Union is better then alot of us thought they were going to be this year after losing so much to graduation. The D might be a little undersized, but they fly around and flat out hit. On offense, they will pound people with 2 very hard runners. If they can get servicable play out of the qb spot I see union giving teams a real hard time in the state playoffs.

    If I had to put money down, I would say Camas is in the final 4, possibly champ game. Union I see either sweet 16 or elite 8.

  46. Scotty Pride on September 14th, 2010 11:18 am

    Camas looks like the real deal.

  47. chrish on September 14th, 2010 11:47 am

    I’m getting really excited for the Skyview Camas game next friday. well before the season started, Bryan made a list of the #1 matchups this season and it looks spot on that Skyview Camas will be the one. It’s really difficult to be able to tell who will win that game. Skyview won last year, but that was at kiggins, and Camas likely improved more than Skyview with all their returning seniors. I’m a Skyview alum, and really hope that Skyview wins, but I would be supportive of Camas if they won, It would be nice if a GSHL team made another deep run this year in the playoffs.

  48. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on September 14th, 2010 4:34 pm

    Knute, why does Trunks have to be careful with his comments? He never said “Bellevue was terrible” or “The Bellevue Defense was terrible, and they still got 2 picks”

    No, it was the Union QBs throws that were TERRIBLE. Go look at the video. No receiver within a few yards. Right to the Bellevue DB’s chest.

  49. Knute on September 14th, 2010 6:16 pm

    Yeah, saw the throws…easy on calling out specific kids, man…that ain’t cool.

    I don’t understand what you have a problem with. I think you missed my point as I was addressing Trunks comments about Union not being able to get a defensive stop in the 2nd half. He called the Union defense a joke. (classless comment)

    All I said was be careful running that – Union was a joke – smack becuase it’s very possible Camas may end up playing that same Bellevue team and gee, wouldn’t it be interesting how they do against that same Offense. It may not be pretty and you are setting the table for the same critisicm that you are throwing Union’s way. Can’t believe I have to explain that.

    Camas…I’m trying very hard to support you this year but some of your fans make it extremely difficult. Skyview by 2 touchdowns!

  50. Bryan Levesque on September 14th, 2010 6:22 pm

    MeanMachineBleacherCreature – keep in mind that the Union QB got hurt in the 1st qtr yet still played the whole game. Give him some credit for being tough. Who knows how those passes are if he is not hurt.

  51. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on September 14th, 2010 6:35 pm

    Ya, i was unaware he was hurt. And i usually dont choose to go negative on specific kids. Not my cup of tea, i see where youre coming from, it angers me when people do that. My bad.

    But i dont see the connection on how your game prediction is affected by a Camas fans comment? Im definitely not a player, and it wont change how the Camas kids play on Friday nights.

    And with Unions back up situation:
    A) did they not have a backup quarterback to go to at Qwest?
    B) i watched the highlight video from the Union v. Enumclaw game, i saw they did have a different quarterback in, number 2 if i remember right… is he the backup or will he start? Or was that a one time play/drive?

  52. Bryan Levesque on September 14th, 2010 6:54 pm

    Kaben Humphrey-Butler #4, was the backup in week 1, and started and played the whole game week 2. I just think they did not realize how bad he was during the game. Kids want to play and wont leave the game unless you make them. Tanner was playing through pain and made a few bad plays. That happens. They only had 15 snaps in the 2nd half. There is a reason Bellevue has won so many state championships, they are kind of good at keeping the ball.

  53. hard hitter on September 14th, 2010 8:42 pm

    from someone who has seen both teams ( union and Camas) play…coached a lot of both the teams players and has a kid playing for skyview…Union is flat out the real deal…Bellevue is good but I talked with over 10 of their players after that game…none of them want to see Union again…I totally believe they lost last week because of the beating Union put on them….you don’t always win on the scoreboard but the hitting Union put on Bellevue was impressive…Camas gang is simply the real deal… no one and I repeat NO ONE will beat this team until they hit the finals…as the young man said above…when Oden Coe, Faulkner, Grindy, Hill, Anderson, Stoller, Marshall, Ikaika, #10, #8, #3. decide to take it up three notches and play to their level not the competitions, it will be over..Unfortunately the only great game they will play besides Timberline will be Skyview…if anyone has seen a better back then Skyviews Parker Henry let me know..I haven’t seen one at any level this year….Skyview will play Union and Camas this year…they will be more ready for the playoffs than Camas simply because of the schedule…If Camas wins league they will get the first two playoff
    games at home…same as Union did last year…a run is set up…until then the rankings don’t mean squat and every coach tells their kids the same thing…keep your head down..play hard and let things play out….until that happens 7 weeks from now enjoy some of the teams in Clark County…get out and support them and let kids be kids..remember they don’t get paid to play….yet….
    .

  54. 55+ on September 14th, 2010 8:48 pm

    Ellis, Skyview and Co. take care of business and light up the “New” Doc Harris budget stadium and win by 18. Can’t wait! Does Camas still have the low budget blow up dude to run through or did they finally upgrade?

  55. CHSbleachercreature on September 14th, 2010 9:00 pm

    Haha you really dont like camas. Fair. The blow up dude was new to last year so i doubt they “upgraded”… Even though i think its pretty cool with the smoke.. Im just curious how theyre gunna set it up.. The home lockers exit right under the stands(student section :) ) guess we’ll find out friday! Just a quick question:

    why did you put quotes around new… Everything is new but the track and scoreboard…..

  56. victory on September 14th, 2010 9:25 pm

    hard hitter has it right, the real games will be up North. Let us all enjoy gshlfootball and not be monday night QBs to a point were the players are attacked. I am having fun following as many teams as I can and supporing my local team. This Fall we will see many teams head North and I hope they all make it to the Dome. See ya there!

  57. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on September 14th, 2010 9:54 pm

    low budget blow up dude? Nobody else in the area has anything like it. Its unique. Fun for the players and the crowd. And i know last year, many of the other teams’ fans liked the idea. The blow up dude was bought with left over fundraising money from selling coupons over the last couple of years. Last years team voted on what to do with the money, and they decided on that. There was no Camas School District money involved there.

    Camas residents voted to renew Doc Harris Stadium. That doesnt mean we think everything has to cost a fortune in our stadium, were not that snobbish.

    Just saying.

  58. bootleg on September 14th, 2010 10:19 pm

    Union is right where they should be (not in the top 10 but getting a few votes) Camas deserves a good ranking, but until they play one of the better North teams we won’t know how good they really are or aren’t. The fact that Bellvue spanked Union and all the games between Bellvue, Skyline, Liberty have been close tells me that the teams up North may be a notch or two or three better than the GSHL. Pretty much what we have seen the past few years in the playoffs.

  59. Trunks on September 14th, 2010 11:01 pm

    Knute-
    I don’t see why you are calling my joke comment class less. I was simply using the term 55+ used to describe camas’s win over timberline. He called the win a joke. So I just pointed out union didn’t perform well at qwest. LAnd I agree with the two above me. The inflatable man is definitely unique and it sets a great atmosphere. The opening of the new doc Harris is gonna be awesome I can’t wait.

  60. Storm from EWU on September 14th, 2010 11:54 pm

    Why do we have to rely on games up north to decide whether this team is good? Seems to me that the gshl has been showing off plenty of great football teams of it’s own. I would say that whoever wins league could be considered a great team and will be well set for playlets this year, esp in the 4a since I feel like camas prob has 3a locked up.

  61. greater saint on September 15th, 2010 1:26 am

    we rely on the teams up north because there the best, they set the bar and the gshl teams try to reach that bar “to be the best you have to beat the best”

  62. greater saint on September 15th, 2010 1:31 am

    btw we wont see the papermakers full potential till someone challenges them… as soon as they reach a comfortable lead they let up im sure camas could win games with a running clock like union last year but camas doesnt want to run all there plays before they play teams that will challenge them ;)

  63. 40 on September 15th, 2010 8:25 am

    Believe me greater saint, 20-0 early in the 2nd is not comfortable. Camas did not “let up” at this point on purpose, they lost focus.

  64. Knute on September 15th, 2010 9:29 am

    Trunks, you can take the high road or you can stoop down to someone else’s level. Once again, can’t believe I have to explain something so elementary.

  65. wsumj on September 15th, 2010 3:44 pm

    hard hitter – best post ive seen in this thread. Thank you

  66. bootleg on September 15th, 2010 9:12 pm

    ask camas how safe their 20 point lead was last year agianst union.

  67. CHSbleachercreature on September 15th, 2010 9:21 pm

    Uncalled for.

  68. Storm from EWU on September 16th, 2010 12:00 am

    Painful maybe but not necessarily uncalled for. It would be foolish to think a team would let up with only that much spread, and that is a good example of just that situation. Or perhaps skyview trailing by nearly that spread on Friday. You know cda did not just go into auto pilot.

  69. DCGardner on September 16th, 2010 12:08 am

    A team should never stop playing till their fullest potential till the end of the 4th Q. Because at the end of the season you are going to be going against a team where you will have to be playing all out for the entire game. And I would think it would be a good idea to play like that EVERY game so that when the time does come, when other teams have been playing for half a game, you have been playing a full four quarter game from start to finish every week.

    Now I can understand not wanting to run up the score. In that case simple playcalling/substitutions can be made to remedy that.

    It makes me worry about Camas not having that killer instinct. Having that mode of thought that there is no such thing as a “comfortable” lead. It might effect them in the playoffs.

  70. Trunks on September 16th, 2010 12:18 am

    You guys are right camas did lose focus against mountain view. Since they have just started gaining notoriety around the state they will have to learn how to put the game out of reach and develop that killer instinct because every team they face will be fighting until the last whistle for a chance to beat them.

  71. greater saint on September 16th, 2010 12:44 am

    camas doesnt lose focus they back off cuase they know they can win. camas isnt a team to run the score up as high as they can get it. they get the lead and when they feel they have control they slow things down. its only downfall is when teams are good enough to turn around the momentum and come from behind… camas wont do that playoff time

  72. larry on September 17th, 2010 3:56 pm

    they only do it during the regular season?

  73. greatersaint on September 17th, 2010 4:33 pm

    well when no one in league can challenge them then yes but its not like they go into the game thinking that

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