Camas Clicks In 3rd Quarter, Then Holds Off Timberline 29-15

Written by Bryan Levesque on September 4, 2010

Camas and Timberline both played a fairly sloppy first half Friday night at Qwest Field in Seattle.

Trailing 9-7 entering the 3rd quarter, Camas took the opening second half drive 51 yards in only 6 plays and scored on a 2 yard TD run from RB Zach Marshall. QB Logan Grindy hit WR Addison Owen for the 2, and a 15-9 lead.

Camas then allowed a 85 yard kick return for a TD. After a missed extra point the game was tied at 15.

Later in the 3rd quarter, Camas LB Ikaika Gunderson recovered a fumble at the Timberline 16 and Camas found pay dirt only 2 plays later when Grindy hit WR Brent Hill from 16 yards out.

Leading 22-15 Camas worked on it’s ball control run game, and managed to score one more time on their way to a 29-15 win.

Camas plays at Mountain View next Friday at 7:00 pm.

1st half

2nd half

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first quarter

Timberline – Kevin Russell 1 run (kick blocked)

Camas – Zach Marshal 1 run (Dylan Stroller kick)

second quarter

Timberline Skyler Brown 20 FG

third quarter

Camas – Marshal 1 run (Logan Grindy to Addison Owen for 2)

Timberline -
Quinton Sison 85 kick off teturn (kick failed)

Camas – Grindy 16 pass to Brent Hill (Stroller kick)

forth quarter

Camas – Marshall 19 run (Stroller kick)


Rushing — Camas — Marshall 12-67, Grindy 6-36, Julian Samuels 7-19, Addison Owen 3-16; Timberline — Quinton Sison 12-93, James Segura-Mitchell 2-35.

Passing — Camas — Grindy 20-33-1-211; Timberline — Russell 16-36-3-180.

Receiving — Camas — Zach Anderson 5-61, Miguel Salamanca 4-60, Kyle Ervin 2-32, Hill 2-24, Owen 6-20, Marshall 1-14; Timberline — Charles MacNeil 7-80, Sison 4-65, Jordan Thompson 2-26, Dale Garcia 2-7, Douglas Sudberry 1-2.

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18 Responses to “Camas Clicks In 3rd Quarter, Then Holds Off Timberline 29-15”

  1. Tiannam on September 4th, 2010 9:16 pm

    Great coverage of the game. Can’t wait for the highlights.

    Go Papermakers.

  2. CHSbleachercreature on September 5th, 2010 12:50 am

    First half camas looked like the first game of the season. Second half camas looked like the second best team in the state.

  3. Camas Fan on September 5th, 2010 1:13 am

    Our old enemy the kickoff return came back. Can’t seem to get that down.

  4. CHSbleachercreature on September 5th, 2010 2:01 am

    Hey bryan do you know the names or how to find all the photographers at the game? It would be cool to see pictures of the players and fans.

  5. Storm Fan on September 5th, 2010 10:54 am

    good job camas!!!

  6. DCGardner on September 5th, 2010 4:31 pm

    It was a very fun game to watch. You got a solid O-Line and a RB in Marshall that could send Owen back out to WR and then you have 4-Wide playmakers and a running back that can score and heck I even saw Grindy do some good scrambling out there.

    Most diverse offense imo.

  7. Gohan on September 5th, 2010 10:14 pm

    Dude camas threw down. A few untimely turnovers but it was the first game on a huge stage. So I have full confidence camas will make it a long way

  8. greatersaint on September 6th, 2010 12:11 am

    camas showed how good they are and with more progression in the season things can only get better :)

  9. Camas 29 Timberline 15 | Camas Papermakers Football on September 6th, 2010 1:33 am

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  10. CHS Alum on September 6th, 2010 10:54 am

    1st half jitters, 2nd half victory. Logan Grindy did a great job of utilizing his talents on the field, and also demonstrated his confidence and leadership abilities in keeping this team moving forward. Camas is a team of talented winners and the season has just begun!
    It was great to see the amount of support that came out of Camas for the game at Qwest Field!

  11. 40 on September 6th, 2010 11:00 am

    CHS Alum. Your right about the ammount of people that came up from Camas, that was awsome. I don’t think any one else even came close to the amount of fans we had. On the flip side, I was shocked at how few fans came up from Union. They have always traveled well and had great crowds so this was dissapointing.

  12. DCGardner on September 6th, 2010 6:09 pm

    On another positive note, I saw a lot of the Union fans sitting with and supporting the Camas team.

    Go GSHL :)

  13. greatersaint on September 6th, 2010 9:33 pm

    and ice vera camas supporting union

  14. wsumj on September 7th, 2010 1:48 pm

    Vice versa? Camas supporting Union? Within 10 minutes of the Union team warming up on the sideline during the Camas game, I heard the “Go home, Union” chant coming from one of the Camas student sections

    No love lost between the 2 schools… And seriously…why should there be? I’m a WSU Alum and die hard Cougars fan and under NO CIRCUMSTANCE do I EVER root for the Huskies.

  15. DCGardner on September 7th, 2010 3:03 pm

    Let me specifiy.

    The students and parents that were mature and well mannered, supported each other.

  16. wsumj on September 7th, 2010 3:57 pm

    Fair enough, DC. There is a difference for not wanting a team to win and rooting loudly against them.

    BTW, I didn’t see any adults in the student section.

    Man I am sure going to miss that Union/Camas game…..
    Seeing those “Beat Union” shirts the Camas kids wear and the “Beat Camas… Again” shirts the Union students wear….

  17. CHSbleachercreature on September 7th, 2010 4:44 pm

    we could technically say beat union again too…

  18. hard hitter on September 7th, 2010 7:17 pm

    I was lucky enough to sit through both games..I enjoyed them both….Union absolutely held their own and a few less turnovers could of really scared Bellevue…but anyone else see their size?…. Bellevue looked like a college team…Union hit hard…and I mean hard…Many Camas fans rooted for Union…
    Many…Camas traveled so well I could not believe the support…take all the teams that played and Camas might of by themselves outnumbered all of them…two false start penalties just because of the noise they made…FANTASTIC…I overheard two Bothell coaches talking…They said the good news was they didn’t have to play Camas or Union this year…Well Maybe they’ll get Union….lets hope so…

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