Camas Blows Out Fort Vancouver 63-0

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 23, 2010

Camas did just about anything it wanted to Friday on their way to a 63-0 league win at Fort Vancouver.

Papermakers QB Logan Grindy threw 4 touchdown passes in the first half on 8 of 11 passing for 201 yards. 2 of the scores went to RB Zack Marshall.

Camas went to the run in the 2nd half, and scored 4 rushing touchdowns.

RB Zack Marshall had 2 receiving touchdowns 36 and 15 yards and a 75 yard touchdown run in the win.

DB Damon Kosaki returned a fumble 73 yards in the 1st quarter to start the scoring.

With the win Camas improves to 7-0 on the season and 5-0 in league play. The Papermakers will host Kelso (6-2 4-1) Friday at Doc Harris Stadium Stadium 7:00 p.m. Fort Vancouver falls to 2-6 on the season with the loss and 0-5 in league play. The Trappers will host Hudson’s Bay (2-6 0-5) Friday at Kiggins Bowl 7:00 p.m.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Camas Papermakers
14
21
14
14
63

Fort Vancouver Trappers
0
0
0
0
0

first quarter

CAM – Damon Kosaki 73 fumble  return (kick good)

CAM – Miguel Salamanca 67 pass from Logan Grindy (kick good)

second quarter

CAM – Zack Marshall 36 pass from Grindy (kick good)

CAM – Zack Marshall 15 pass from Grindy (kick good)

CAM -Jonathan Warner 15 pass from Grindy (kick good)

third quarter

CAM – Zack Marshall 75 run (kick good)

CAM – Addison Owen 58 run (kick good)

forth quarter

CAM – Kenny Marshall 8 run (kick good)

CAM – Blair Burnham 8 tun (kick good)

Leaders

Rushing — Camas: Z. Marshall 2-83, Owen 1-58, K. Marshall 7-40, Brent Hill 1-23; Fort Vancouver: Marcus Bush 7-26, Richard Vansiclen 8-25.

Passing — Camas: Grindy 8-11-0-201; Fort Vancouver: Vansiclen 5-11-0-24.

Receiving — Camas: Salamanca 2-84, Z. Marshall 2-51, Jeremy Faulkner 1-18, Hill 1-18, Owen 1-15, Warner 1-15; Fort Vancouver: Bush 3-13, Mario Avalos-Eyler 1-9, Jordan Vela 1-2.

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Comments

9 Responses to “Camas Blows Out Fort Vancouver 63-0”

  1. Ketto on October 23rd, 2010 1:53 am

    A little mix up there at the end? That’s Mt Views game, not Camas. :)

  2. Bryan Levesque on October 23rd, 2010 3:27 am

    oops, thanks

  3. spainwa on October 23rd, 2010 11:25 am

    Had an 09 grad from Union and hope that Camas makes it all the way.

    I’ll preface my question below by saying that I have only seen 1 1/2 games of Camas’ this year so I am not sure of their rotation of starters and how many play on both sides of the ball.

    What I noted when my son was playing is that Union did well in the playoffs because the fitness of the starters wore down their opponents in the playoffs as the game progressed. Back to the old question of when do you pull your starters during regular season ?

    Camas fans, do you have any concern over the fitness of the starters to play the whole game for 5 weeks in a row against progressively tougher opponents?

    Best of luck in the post-season.

  4. CHSbleachercreature on October 23rd, 2010 11:41 am

    9 tds on 19 plays…. Dang thats good

  5. wsumj on October 23rd, 2010 10:49 pm

    63-0… yawwwwwwnnnnnnnnnn.

  6. CHSbleachercreature on October 24th, 2010 12:09 am

    Yawn?! More! Hahah

  7. Southerner on October 24th, 2010 5:08 am

    Responding to Spainwa, Camas does not normally have fitness issues. They are well conditioned, and their coaches do an excellant job of rotating them in game situations. There are key, skilled positions that at times have a player start both ways, but many times they don’t continue as the game progresses. In addition, many of the underclassmen rotate in regularly.

  8. wsumj on October 26th, 2010 12:23 am

    Somebody posted some numbers about Unions filthy D and it got me wondering where Camas ranked:

    3A (Unofficial) – Points Allowed.
    1 .Franklin 62
    2. Kamiakan 67
    3. Capital 82
    3. Camas 82
    4. Bonney Lake 84

    3A (Unofficial) – Points Scored
    1. Glacier Peak 349
    2. Camas 345
    3. Kennedy 339
    4. Lakes 330

    In 8 games…. That’s an average score of 43-10. WOW.
    Now combined record of Camas opponents is 30-34 but it appears that Unions opponents combined record is 29-34 (Westview has only played 7 games)

  9. hardhitter on October 26th, 2010 7:08 am

    Mark Rhiel the Camas fitness coach will have none of that…Stunned to see over 70 kids day in and out (even during on field practice days) in the weight room and running…very little standing during practice either as both the Varsity and JV take opposite ends of the field and pracitce the whole 2 1/2 hours….top teams have a running clock in practice as does Camas…keeps them on the move…much more
    concerned about lack of depth on the line for Camas then fitness….everything these kids do has been focused on the last 4 weeks of the “new” season…they will go deep in the playoffs as will Union…

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