Big Plays Power Storm In 28-26 Win Over Camas

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 26, 2009

Skyview WR Ellis Henderson took the opening kickoff back 99 yards for a TD to start the game and the Skyview Storm never trailed. Skyview took a 14-0 lead when QB Austin Dodge connected with TE Dallin Shirley for a 47 yard TD.

Camas cut the lead to 14-10 following a Stuart Jergensen FG and a 17 yard TD pass from QB Logan Grindy to WR Addison Owne. Skyview pushed the lead back to 21-10 just before the half as an 80 yard drive was capped off when Dodge found RB Parker Henry from 15 yards out.

In the 3rd quarter, Skyview RB Matt Spears went 68 yards up the middle to give the Storm a 28-13 lead.

Camas scored two 4th quarter TD’s a 1 yard run by Grindy and another 1 yard run by RB Tyler Fisher cut the lead to 28-26, however the 2 pt conversion attempt failed.

Skyview held on for the win and improves to 2-2 on the season, while Camas suffered their first loss and is now 3-1

Skyview will travel to Mountain View Friday to open league play, while Camas will be back at Kiggins Bowl Thursday to play Hudson’s Bay to open league play.

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Rushing — Camas: Tyler Fisher 17-104; Austin Benson 11-53; Skyview: Matt Spears 7-75; Parker Henry 12-40.

Passing — Camas: Logan Grindy 18-38-2-172; Skyview: Austin Dodge 10-22-2-141.

Receiving — Camas: Jeremy Faulkner 7-79; Kyle Ervin 4-40; Addison Owen 1-17; Skyview: Dallin Shirley 2-57; Ellis Henderson 2-26; Riley Miles 2-22; Parker Henry 2-18.

First quarter
SKY — Ellis Henderson 99 kickoff return (Nick Phillips kick)
SKY — Dallin Shirley 47  from Austin Dodge (Phillips kick)
Second quarter
CAM – Stuart Jergensen 36 FG
CAM – Addison Owen 17  from Logan Grindy (Jergensen kick)
SKY – Parker Henry 15  from Dodge (Phillips kick)
Third quarter
CAM – Jergensen 35 FG
SKY – Matt Spears 67 run (Phillips kick)
Forth quarter
CAM – Grindy 1 run (Jergensen kick)
CAM – Tyler Fisher 1 run (run failed)

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36 Responses to “Big Plays Power Storm In 28-26 Win Over Camas”

  1. Ketto on September 26th, 2009 12:18 pm

    This couldn’t have gone more in Skyview’s favor. It was their first home game (and oddly enough they had their homecoming celebrations that night) not to mention they were out to make a statement after two other losses…I think if Union was at Skyview the first week the result would have been in Storm’s favor. Camas had a lot of mistakes that screwed them up, including decisions by Grindy in Camas’s last drive that could have won the game for them.

  2. camas alumni on September 26th, 2009 2:04 pm

    i did not attend but i imagine this was a good game and went down to the utilization of the clock in the 4th

  3. Ro' on September 26th, 2009 2:31 pm

    Skyview will need to develop some depth in key skill positions…the task of playing BOTH ways by their most talented really showed last night for skyview!
    The were definitely the better team across the board!

    Thankfully Camas won the “special” team war or it could have been a route by the Storm. Camas has a very good team and will give Union all they can handle.
    But i see union still winning that game at this point.

    Who really knows, there is a lot of football to play between now and then!
    Best of luck to all

  4. Ha on September 26th, 2009 3:38 pm

    Ro’ I was at the game last night, and it’s Skyview that should be Thankfully for there “Special” team play. If not for the opening kick-off then who know’s what would have happend. And I don’t see how the game could have been a “Route”, Camas outgained Skyview!

    And I’m not taking anything away from Skyview, They are a very good team…They hit hard and fly to the ball. But my question to you is, shouldn’t Skyview have more depth, They are the 4A school?

    P.S. Any update on the Skyview player who was taked to the Hospital?…Hope all is ok with the young man.

  5. WSU.MJ on September 26th, 2009 6:06 pm

    Great football game.

    Love this website guys. You do an outstanding job!

  6. GSHL Observer on September 26th, 2009 9:12 pm

    Come on Camas. I can’t believe you and your fans are so quiet. The storm was so much better than you and you are always so quick to justify your shortcomings. Did you get cheated by the refs or did you just get beat? Let’s hear it!

  7. camas alumni on September 27th, 2009 12:03 am

    camas has and prob will always be a 2nd half team…. what it comes down to is how far ahead the opponent is at the half and how good they are camas made a run just like they did against BG the week before and well you cant win them all, on that night skyview was the better team for one play…. the play that stopped the two point conversion sky view won the first half and camas won the second half except for that one play

  8. Plays4keepz on September 27th, 2009 5:23 am

    I did not attend the game but i’m going to assume that the kid who got hit on the kickoff from the #2 kid from Camas must have been the one who went to the hospital. That was a little dirty by #2 but quite possibly the biggest hit i’ve ever seen in high school football. Not necessary, but badass. Props

  9. Ro' on September 27th, 2009 11:28 am

    HA – within 4A or 3A it all comes down to your turn out…remember most schools across the country top out at the 6A classification nationwide and Wshington has neither 5A or 6A schools.

    Enrollment doesnt truly have much to do with it WIAA set the classification standards as follows…

    2008-2010 Enrollment Ranges:
    4A Schools: Enrollment Range = 1281+
    3A Schools: Enrollment Range = 919-1280

    Final tally by classification:
    4A Schools: 78 vs 68 – 3A Schools
    A ten school diffence state wide is a tremendously small margin…plus it’s evident that at 3A school (say union) could really be classified as a 4A with a simple influx in population.

    TRUE that one would assume and believe that a school with higher classification should have more depth; however, in this age of “entitlement” I believe that kids are not as mentally tough as they once were and are more expectant of receiving opportunity rather working for it!

    Fair and accurate opinion, HA & I agree that there should be a few more athletes playing at skyview. This team has also been wounded by an incredible amount of season-ending injuries to key personnel that would provide that depth!

    I dont know enrollment numbers at either skyview or camas but I can only assume that they are separated by a few hundred students. Either way it’s not enough to make a significant difference given the circumstances for either program.

  10. Ro' on September 27th, 2009 11:32 am

    BTW – I do not know the status of the skyview player taken to the hospital it was a vicious and CLEAN hit from my point of view! However, I would like to see the officials become more consistent with the helmet to helmet rule. It is rarely a malicious act; just good hard nose football by the Camas player!

  11. camas alumni on September 27th, 2009 12:05 pm

    camas is getting more students every year the incoming freshmen class is bigger then the one from the previous year and that trend is still happening so soon enough camas will meet that 4a mark and im sure union will too but then 3a will be weak and have basically no teams

  12. NoCal Homer on September 27th, 2009 3:12 pm

    Another good week of play in the GSHL…did anyone notice that Skyview was missing their starting middle LB (Johnny Barrett)? I was at the game and there appears to be an infirmary on the Storm sideline.

    My brother-in-law is close to the team and said that the Mangin kid who took the BIG hit on the KR will be fine…
    he was actaully cleared to come back into the game but they held him out.

    Osborne really stepped up for Skyview replacing Barrett who I heard is out with the flu which I understand hit this team hard this week. Osborne, Spears, Henderson, Graves, Dodge and the linemen all seemed to be sluggish early in the game and never really shook off the fatigue.

    Ro’ is right they truly need to develop some depth before they can think about making noise in the 4A playoffs. The physical grind of playing both was noticeable (at least to me)…this is a huge advantage for good teams, especially after half-time and down the stretch in games.

    CAMAS played very well but I do believe that without the injuries and lack of depth it may have been even more difficult for the papermakers! I am impressed by the team speed of Camas and their coaching adjustments at the half.

    BTW I have to re-inforce my position about the Henderson kid; he’ simply just makes plays and appears to be at a whole different game speed then most of the other players. He’s got a little bit of a nasty edge on defense, too.

    I was on the Camas sideline during the game and heard som less than desireable comments toward the kid that does NOT belong…class it up Camas!
    That’s crap isn’t cool and I would hate to tangle with his old man if he over heard what i heard from some “so-called” adults.


  13. GSHL Observer on September 27th, 2009 3:40 pm

    Typical Camas BS. Another week and another typical disappointment representing the GSHL. I hope Camas gets it sometime soon.

  14. FootballRox on September 27th, 2009 4:01 pm

    Nah man Camas has all the pieces they just need to put them together. The only problem is can they do it in time for Union?

    In my opinion Union and Camas are going to go undefeated in League play. That’s just how its gonna be.

    Fort barely beat Washougal and Ridgefield (although good ol Wash is VASTLY better than in previous years). And their other 2 loses were massive blowouts.

    Then there is Columbia River who lost to Heritage 27-7. And after what Union did to HHS last night I wouldn’t expect that different of a result.

    Hudson’s Bay who got stomped 49-0 by Union last year and has shown no signs of improvement.

    And then to top it all off is Prairie who is just simply not getting it done right now.

    For petes sake Camas and Union are the only teams that are 3-1 instead of the majority that are 1-3 and Fort who is 2-2.

  15. Ro' on September 27th, 2009 4:09 pm

    Envy, breeds jealousy, jealousy breeds contempt…let players! Wish them all well and be big enough to not attack them personally. They are STILL amateur athletes…

  16. Ro' on September 27th, 2009 4:12 pm

    I meant to say let players PLAY…

  17. GSHL Observer on September 27th, 2009 4:46 pm

    Exactly, I hope Camas takes your words to heart and can begin to rise above the envy, jealousy, and contempt and promote the good that can come from representing the GSHL in a manner that all other programs display. I am hoping that Camas makes it to post season play and manages themselves productively and with class. SW Washington needs more quality representation. Let’s get this done the right way.

  18. camas alumni on September 27th, 2009 5:45 pm

    no cal homer: i did not go to the camas game so i was wondering what this comment was that everybody is talking about

  19. NoCal Homer on September 27th, 2009 10:08 pm

    Let’s just say that there is NO place for the things I heard coming from parents let alone some of the players on that sideline…we should be past those such comments…it’s 2009 people stop being so ignorant!

  20. Ro' on September 27th, 2009 10:38 pm

    From what I see3A will come down to Camas & Union unless it’s something significant Union should take care of that one and go into post season with only one loss.
    4A is all about BG, Heritage & Skyview but I see Skyview as being the force IF they can stay healthy…they need to develop a few of those youngster to go with the verteran returners to make noice in November!

  21. MVHS athlete on September 27th, 2009 11:28 pm

    What about Mt. view? we played hard against glencoe…the number 4 team in 5a in oregon. And havent lost to anybody else, granted we havent played top notch football but we have found ways to win games

  22. 40 on September 28th, 2009 12:12 am

    What are you trying to imply nocal. I was close to the sidelines and did not here anything out of the Camas players that would be considered ignorant or racist(which you seem to be implying) There are alot of good kids on that football team and to come on here throwing accusations like that around is pretty serious.

  23. camas alumni on September 28th, 2009 9:56 am

    obviously by my name i graduated from camas and i know the coaching staff very well and they dont tolerate behavior like that so icant imaging camas players doing that… as for fans i cant speak for because nobody is there to slap them on the wrist… i wasnt there so i cant say that is did or did not happen it just baffles me that camas would do that and a appreciate 40 for saying something and sticking up for camas :)

  24. GSHL Observer on September 28th, 2009 7:42 pm

    Oh yeah, Beautiful, Righteous, so-called prestigious, academically superior Camas High School has vandalized football opponents vehicles many times in recent football seasons. I have always chalked it up to jealousy and envy and have paid the price to correct the damage. This is a primary reason that I do not buy in to their BS. If their students and ball players acted with class my opinion would be very different. As it is, my pocketbook has taken many hits and this pisses me off to no end. There is very little class in Camas and I do not see it changing anytime soon. Grow up, get a life, and try to get some class. Where are the Camas cops when you need them anyway?

  25. 40 on September 28th, 2009 8:40 pm

    Because your car was vandalized at a Camas game, that leads you to call the players classless(brilliant gshl observer). I agree that there are spoiled kids that go to Camas, but there are also alot of great kids as well. The coaching staff at Camas is also filled with great people. Cars being vandalized isn’t just happening at Camas games either buddy, there have been incidents at nearly every teams games that I have heard about over the last 10 years since I have lived in this area and gone to alot of high school football. Camas ain’t perfect, but the people of Camas have worked hard to be able to live in a town with good schools and good housing, bashing them for these things make you look like a jealous little cry baby.

  26. GSHL Observer on September 29th, 2009 8:53 pm


    Oh seasoned master veteran of this website. Thanks for admitting what you have about Camas. I’ll tone down since the truth has come out. Good strong comeback by the way. Did you ever actually play the game of football? Did any of the website fab5 ever play football?

  27. Ketto on September 29th, 2009 9:26 pm

    GSHL Observer, I really think you just hold a grudge against the Camas football team…or the city in general. Your responses are incredibly immature and you seem to think isolated incidents mean the entire city is terrible, and that there is no class. You clearly don’t go to many of the games around here, because Camas is actually one of the least violent areas in terms of sports….look at areas like Bay and Fort if you want to use those kinds of claims.

  28. 40 on September 29th, 2009 9:48 pm

    I only played in college observer, so I probably know very little compared to your vast knowledge of FB. Also, I’m not trying to come on here and talk alot of smack, so excuse my lack of a “strong comeback”, I guess I’m not an internet tough guy like you.

  29. camas Alumni on September 29th, 2009 9:50 pm

    like two years ago i thin it was fort had a huge gang warfare of some sort and football games got canceled and the game of camas vs fort had a irregular high volume of security and cops because of it.. bay i havent heard anything bad about but im sure there has been and those are way worse then camas… camas does have some bad eggs but a lot of camas is respectful to its visiting schools dont make accusations on the city for the few bad people that live there

  30. hard hitter on September 30th, 2009 9:03 am

    for the guy that said the hit from #2 was questionable….I have been coached or coached for 35 years…when you are on special teams your head is suppose to be on a “swivel”..meaning if you are chasing a better be aware of what is around you…absolutely a clean hit..absolutely the way you are taught..shoulder, no helmet…NO ONE wants anyone hurt, period. But football is a game of contact…..#2 is one of the finest football players in Clark County and has been for over 7 years..
    For the guy that says “where are you Camas followers” totally out played…I didn’t root for either team, came to see a great game..but how can you say Skyview totally outplayed Camas?? Take out the opening kickoff and Skyview loses, add the missed field goal and Skyview loses, one more yard on the two point conversion and it is overtime…I didn’t see the same game you did sir…two good teams, neither great… team speed went to Skyview and the pressure they were able to put on Grindy was the difference..but Camas did not get outplayed…

  31. Knute on September 30th, 2009 12:56 pm

    I don’t know…that hit looked helmet to helmet to me

  32. Ro' on September 30th, 2009 1:17 pm

    The hit was helmet to helmet but was a good hard nosed football play…Hard Hitter is RIGHT…y’all best get your head on a swivel if you all play special teams!
    Tyler Fisher is a CLASS kid, no malice intended, just playing hard.

    However, you cant say you outplayed someone when you take home the “L” regardless to which team you are pulling for…it was one of the best games i have seen in the past three years here in Clark County (Skyview/Union being another)…there’s some talented athletes in this part of the state. Wish them all well!

  33. camas alumni on September 30th, 2009 1:59 pm

    it kinda looked like fisher jumped in the air and did shoulder to helmet… that’s just what it looks like to me but still good hit

  34. Ha on September 30th, 2009 5:54 pm

    Knute go to the 3:09 mark of the game tape…Skview player knocks the helmet off the Camas Kid…Looks like Helmet to Helmet with a little upper cut…It’s not a dirty play…it’s football…..GSHL Observer stay home and follow the games on twitter

  35. Knute on September 30th, 2009 7:18 pm

    I can’t make one statement on here without getting called out! The hit that was being discussed WAS helmet to helmet, regardless of what other, perhaps less than objective opinions may be. All you gotta do is watch the tape, even a dumb-dumb like me can plainly see the Camas kid leading with his head & making contact with the Skyview’s kid head first. The third slo-mo replay confirms it undeniably. As for the other hit – which WAS NOT being discussed, did that kid spend the night in the hospital? H to H happens every game, that’s why no one was talking about the earlier hit, but the severity of the latter one is why I commented. Couple that with someone coming on here to defend it ONE DAY after there was a death in Washington high school football from a blow to the head….absolutely amazing!

    You understand that the kid in Spokane died Tuesday because his brain swelled uncontrollably? I’m not even sure if there is a rule against helmet to helmet contact in high school. That’s why I didn’t say there should have been a penalty. If that hit is ‘clean’ & ‘being taught’ I’d like some clarification from an official or an active coach to come on here & bless it. Until then, common sense should tell you that was a potentially dangerous situation for the Skyview kid, brought about by YES a questionable play.

  36. Ro' on September 30th, 2009 8:39 pm

    I agree there should have been a penalty on that play…but again i dont believe it was malicious. i was not aware of the death due to a similar hit! There were several other “lesser” hits in that game that were called as personal fouls do to helmet to met contact…it’s a point of emphasis in ALL of football at every level!
    It’s a sad that a parent has lost a child on the field of play…have the family of the unfortunate player in your thoughts and prayers. Children are not supposed to pass on playing a game…

    Keep that in mind next time you are being petty on THIS site over “nothing”!!!

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