Camas Completes Undefeated Regular Season Outright 3A GSHL Title With 24-13 Win Over Kelso

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 30, 2010

It wasn’t pretty, but it was a win.

The 9th win of the season for the Papermakers gives them a 9-0 record and the 3A GSHL Championship.

The game looked like it might get out of hand early when Camas jumped out to an early 14-0 lead.

Papermakers QB Logan Grindy hit WR Brent Hill from 15 yards out for the touchdown, then Hill returned a Kelso fumble 13 yards for another score on the Hilanders next possession.

That’s when the dog fight began.

Kelso gave the Papermakers all they could handle, outscoring Camas 13-10 the rest of the game, but it was not enough.

With the win #2 Camas improves to 9-0 on the season and 6-0 in league play. The Papermakers host Rainier Beach (5-4) for the preliminary round of the playoffs at Doc Harris Stadium, date and time TBD. Kelso falls to 6-3 on the season with the loss and 4-2 in league play. The Hilaneers will travel to Seattle Prep (7-2) Friday for the preliminary round of the playoffs, location and time TBD.

Experts Picks

Bryan – Camas √
Mike – Camas √
Cody – Camas √

Read more – The Columbian

Kelso Hilanders

Camas Papermakers

First quarter

Cam — Brent Hill 15 pass from Logan Grindy (Roldan Alcobendas kick)

Cam — Brent Hill 13 fumble return (Roldan Alcobendas kick)

Second quarter

Kel — Jared O’Neil 2 run (Sam Schmidt kick)

Cam — Alcobendas 33 FG

Third quarter

Kel — Taylor Radcliffe 15 run (kick blocked)

Cam — Zack Marshall 39 run (Alcobendas kick)


Rushing — Kelso: Riley Miller 13-83, Jaren O’Neil 17-67, Makaio Mobbs 6-17. Camas: Zack Marshall 28-182, Grindy 6-13, Tony Gennaro 2-8.

Passing — Kelso: Mobbs 4-11-2-36, Taylor Radcliff 1-1-0-023. Camas: Logan Grindy 15-28-1-174.

Receiving — Kelso: Sam Young 2-27, Cedrique Chaney 2-36, Miller 1-(minus 4). Camas: Marshall 6-53, Jeremy Faulkner 5-51, Miguel Salamanca 2-43, Kyle Ervin 2-27.

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67 Responses to “Camas Completes Undefeated Regular Season Outright 3A GSHL Title With 24-13 Win Over Kelso”

  1. Ed on October 30th, 2010 11:17 am

    How bad is gindy the Cams qb hurt….sounds bad from wht the paper says …that kid is a player….says his ankle just popped a high ankle sprain is not a good thing to have on the eve of the playoffs …does anyone know how bad it is?

  2. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on October 30th, 2010 11:49 am

    Ya Camas, we now hold the longest game steak of beating teams in Clark County, With 8! hahaha ;)

  3. SWWaFootballFan on October 30th, 2010 11:55 am

    This is the problem with football in our neck of the state.

    All we read about is ______ has the longest “in county” win streak.

    or we got t-shirts with NBLC ( nothing but league champs)

    I want to see the attitude change to

    NBSC and _____has the longest “in state” win streak.

  4. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on October 30th, 2010 11:57 am

    FootballFan, i wasnt serious. It was mockery towards Union.

  5. Kelso on October 30th, 2010 12:12 pm

    MMB, not sure how this game helps Camas’ winning streak against Clark County teams. Kelso is in Cowlitz County…..

  6. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on October 30th, 2010 12:29 pm

    Right. Make it 7! hahahhaa

  7. Camas Fan on October 30th, 2010 1:11 pm

    Just got word, Grindy has broken fibula, bad news for Camas………………

  8. 40 on October 30th, 2010 1:14 pm

    wow. soph year he seperates his shoulder in last game of reg season and is out for playoffs and now this his senior year.

    Bring on the ol I formation evergreen ran back in the day with coach eagle!

    Please give marshall a FB and lets see what we can do.

  9. Ketto on October 30th, 2010 1:21 pm

    Welp, there goes our season.

    Hope you’re happy, Kelso.

  10. 40 on October 30th, 2010 1:39 pm

    easy ketto. The play he broke it was when he ran out of the pocket not after he came back in.

  11. Kelso on October 30th, 2010 2:26 pm

    Ketto. It appears to be you posted a comment on the Seattle Times website. Kelso did not play dirty. It’s called football. Hard hitting is what the sport is about. Kelso had absolutely nothing to do with his injury. Read his quote in the Columbian, “I was running the ball and I made cut and it popped. It hurt a lot, so I don’t know what happened.” Ketto, keep trying to say Kelso plays dirty, and know something about football before you post. If you can’t handle a team that plays tough, find a new sport to watch.

  12. Ketto on October 30th, 2010 2:37 pm

    The second hit was dirty, I don’t care what you say. Your coaches cried like children when things didn’t go their way, and were given 3 warnings about it – something I’ve never seen in HS football. Sorry, but it’s the truth.

  13. air-it-out on October 30th, 2010 2:38 pm

    the second hit on grindy was perfectly legal! he was hit just as the ball was released and yas barely hit, he just barely got touched on the ankle that was hurt.. Camas fans quit whining! If you want to blame anybody blame your head coach, why would you put him back out there up by 11 under 4 mins? let the backup qb turn around and hand off the ball to the tailback and run the clock out.

  14. Banderco on October 30th, 2010 4:20 pm

    Instead of everybody complaining about how you think/feel the game was played, why not just look at the facts? It doesn’t matter what team you vote for, one team will win and one won’t. Hopefully during the games, no one will get seriously injured either reoccurring or permanently, as it is just that A GAME!!! And I would like to believe that no serious injuries is more important than trying to argue opinions.

  15. CHSbleachercreature on October 30th, 2010 7:30 pm

    So logan i assume isnt playing this weekend, so maybe if we get past this week then he can come back? Maybe just hopeful thinking…

  16. dog breath on October 30th, 2010 8:05 pm

    there goes camas chance of winning their first state game.

  17. Thunder on October 30th, 2010 10:20 pm


    grindy is done he broke his leg,
    unfortunately his HS football career is over
    i hope he goes somewhere next year and does well.

  18. Scotty4life on October 30th, 2010 11:24 pm

    Bad officiating ruined this game. Camas was not and I repeat was not as good as advertised. The late hit on Camas’s so called star QB wasn’t late at all. Bad penalties were called and the sideline unsportsmanlike was provoked by the officials. The officiating was horrible but the Scotties played their hearts out and if they play like they did against camas next weekend, I see a Hilander win in the making. KELSO SHOULD HAVE WON NO DOUBT IN MY MIND!!!!! and that TD that was called back for an illegal block in the back was bogus as well. I guess when the referees are on the Cama Payroll they will make those kind of calls for ‘em. Great Job Kelso see you at Seattle Memorial next week

  19. Scotty4life on October 30th, 2010 11:30 pm

    Ketto the second hit wasn’t dirty or late it was a clean and legal football hit. Read the rulebook!!! I also have the game on film i have watched the hit a million times. You must nt have the luxury of bein able too see game film. Too bad really it is

  20. Scotty4life on October 30th, 2010 11:31 pm

    Too bad about Grindy or whatever his name is i hate to hear a senior suffering such a nasty injury. But football is football and you knw the risks when you sign up. I give him Kuos for trying to come back in but that was a STUPID move by the coaching staff for sure

  21. Scotty4life on October 30th, 2010 11:32 pm


  22. Camas Fan on October 30th, 2010 11:41 pm


    you need a reality check, Camas had an off game, but they still beat Kelso.

    just be happy that it was an off night, just think what would have happened on a good night.

    Camas has beat all teams to date home and AWAY!

    Timberline, Skyview, mountainview just to name a few, they still beat your team and all the crying that your doing about the refs is bogus.

    your just a sore losser……..get over it…..Camas is the real deal and you know it…….

  23. May Day the Hilander on October 30th, 2010 11:50 pm

    Camas Fan I’m not sure what a losser is? IF Camas is the real deal(huge if), it will be a first time in recent history. They have not won more than one playoff game in any season in at least a decade. It’s right there in plain writing that even you can understand on the Camas home page of this reader board.

  24. CHSbleachercreature on October 30th, 2010 11:52 pm

    Jeez scotty… All i hear is wahhh wahhh wahhh wahhh wahhh. Heres something to dry your tears, Camas 24 kelso 13… Oh wait…

  25. CHSbleachercreature on October 31st, 2010 12:06 am

    And may day. You dont need a great past to be a good team the next. And vice versa. I would say that 9-0 is the real deal…

  26. Camas Fan on October 31st, 2010 12:23 am

    i agree with CHSbleachercreature, everybody has a past, its what you do with the future, and why dont you look what the JV and Frosh did this year and lets see what the future holds for Camas…. now got get your beenky, you big baby, scotty.

  27. Camas Fan on October 31st, 2010 12:26 am

    that holds true for you also May day. Camas will woop up on you you for at least the next 3 years, have fun looking forward to that………….

  28. chs1 on October 31st, 2010 12:32 am

    Camas is a perennial contender for a league title and has built a winning tradition over the last decade from a program that was in the dumps. I think they have won 85 games since 2000. Kelso has a rich tradition as well. The difference between the two programs is that Camas is able to reload every year, and Kelso has one or two year lulls between decent seasons. Nuff said!

  29. Yehhaww on October 31st, 2010 1:01 am

    How would a rematch between my view and camas play out?

  30. May Day the Hilander on October 31st, 2010 8:57 am

    CHS 1…not “nuff said”another difference difference is Kelso has actually made it somewhere in the playoffs this decade. They won three playoff games in 2004 and then were defeated in the semis by Ferndale who was led by a kid named Jake Locker. Ever heard of him? If you guys win more than one playoff game for once, some of your arrogance might be somewhat understandable. Yehhaww, I have watched Kelso play both Camas and Mt. View in the last couple of weeks. I think that without a doubt Mt. View would win at this point. They are big,quick and have a smothering defense. They needed a boost of confidence and they got it by their strong showing against. Union. They been the most dominant football team in this area ever since. It’s not like they’ve been whipping up on cupcake teams either. They’ve beaten two teams recently with winning records and a strong winning tradition. They as you know SLAUGHTERED River Friday night. They also soundly beat my beloved Hilanders 28-7… Anyway good luck in the playoffs. I expect them to go far into the playoffs.

  31. May Day the Hilander on October 31st, 2010 9:16 am

    Camas fans the hit in Grindy was by rulebook a roughing the passer penalty. He got clobbered after he had released the ball,hence the penalty. The hit WAS NOT some blatant cheap shot aimed at seriously injuring Grindy. The hit was also not very late. I’ve read you guys on here saying ridiculous garbage like the hit was three seconds after the play. Give me a break! The game is available on film. Watch the film before you come on here and post asinine accusations. Please also note that only you are saying the hit was a cheap shot. You didn’t hear coach Eagle or Grindy having anything negative to say about the way Kelso played Friday when they were interviewed by the Columbian That being said, I do feel it’s very unfortunate that Grindy suffered the untimely injury. He’s a very good quarterback and seems to be a humble,good kid. I think he has the size,skill and football intelligence to by a good division one quarterback. I would have to say he’s far and away the best quarterback Kelso has faced since they faced Jake Locker in the state semis in 2004.

  32. 40 on October 31st, 2010 12:18 pm

    You guys are like a soap opera for broken down ol has beens. Keep going its keeping me entertained. Same goes for the Union/Skyview folks.

  33. 40 on October 31st, 2010 12:26 pm

    The way I see it is that there was nothing wrong with the hit on grindy. QB’s get hit after they let go of the ball sometimes.

    Scotty is talking about bad calls, but is wrong on who they were against. How about the phantom pass interference call when we picked it in the endzone which set you guys up for your second TD?

    And its not the refs you should be mad at for having that big run called back, its the guy who blocked in the back. Not sure what viewpoint you had but I was sitting up high and saw it very clearly. The sad thing is is that even if he doesn’t touch him the kid still would have went for the td as the defender was all turned around.

    I give big props to kelso for playing a great game as I thought it would be a blowout. I’ve already said the 1st rd game with juanita is a scary mathchup, without grindy now I think we better find a way to win a low scoring tight game.

  34. Storm from EWU on October 31st, 2010 1:22 pm

    Haha the logic of who is stronger than who right now is awful. You guys could talk yourselves in circles with that reasoning. Camas won, they get first. MV did well but lost to camas, so they get second. Bring on the playoffs. GSHL is for real!

  35. wsumj on October 31st, 2010 3:44 pm

    It appears that because Grindy is out for the remainder of the season (or the win was not impressive enough over Kelso,) Camas drops to #3 in the Tacoma poll.

  36. May Day the Hilander on October 31st, 2010 3:52 pm

    Storm actually you’re right. Your common sense prevails. The proof will be in the pudding. We will see who advances the farthest in the playoffs. I’d obviously like to say the Hilanders will,but reality is that’s probably not going to happen. I believe that Mt. View will be the 3-A team that goes the farthest. Camas is on here talking about finding a way to struggle past Juanita? They haven’t beaten Rainier Beach yet. I haven’t seen Skyview play this season. I think they must be a good team if they beat Union. I have seen Union play and they are a very good football team. I wish them and all other GSHL teams(even Camas) good luck in the playoffs.

  37. Tiannam on October 31st, 2010 6:32 pm

    Video highlights?

  38. Tiannam on October 31st, 2010 9:08 pm
  39. wsumj on October 31st, 2010 9:17 pm

    Tiannam, nice work. Thanks for sharing the link.

  40. CamasFan2 on October 31st, 2010 9:30 pm

    I love how you guys are all bringing up the playoffs, geez. That’s all anyone ever brings up on camas, “how many playoff games have you won?” Well, camas used to be a terrible team and now that we get good enough to make it far, a key player breaks his leg. So you guys will all come back on here if camas losses and be like you have no room to talk, you guys didn’t even make it far. So if you guys could stick to this year, that would be great. I am really tired of hearing this playoff crap, camas will get there sooner or later. Thanks. Good luck to all the teams.

  41. Storm from EWU on October 31st, 2010 9:53 pm

    Thats a cool highlight video for a Great Player. Will be fun to see what he does in the future.

  42. Storm from EWU on October 31st, 2010 10:23 pm

    Skyview just finished its 4th LC in 5 yrs and has played in half a dozen post season wins in the same time, yet people still say things to the effect of it being an overrated program that wont get very far. But I can guarantee the Skyview fans have seen enough to believe that the Storm can do ANYTHING they set themselves to. I can guarantee that we still all believe that there is hope for a State Title as difficult as the road may be.

    Union has two deep playoff runs in a row and a record of 37-8 82% (more impressive if you throw out 2007 when they didnt have a full school and upper class yet; 31-5 86%). Yet Bryan’s poll shows that 49% of us dont think Union can win even 1 game in the postseason. I GUARANTEE that the Union fans believe in the Titans, as do I.

    However all of this being said,
    It ALWAYS takes a great deal more consistency to get recognition from your rivals for what your team has done so don’t be surprised if people down play Camas’ season. Its going to happen. Often times believing in your own team comes with the side effect of seeing only the weaknesses in your opponents. Which, for Camas, is the lack of success when it really counts. You just have to know for yourself that even if Camas falls early, that they had a successful season and were a great team. YOU will know that Camas went undefeated, beating worthy opponents in MV, Timberline and GSHL 4A Champs Skyview.

  43. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on October 31st, 2010 10:53 pm

    Hey May Day,
    You may have played a guy named Locker in 04 in the semis. Cool. Camas faced Locker the year before in the CROSSOVER GAME all the way up in Ferndale. If you dont know how far of a drive/bus ride that is, google it. Not my idea of fun. One of the few examples of why Camas hasnt won a playoff game yet. Its bad draws like this that have plagued Camas for years.

    And dont count Camas out against either Rainier Beach or Juanita. Camas still has every single player except for him. They have all of the other 21 starters and special teams guys that will step up. Theyre still a solid team. Quite ironic that Grindy was out of the OSU camp when Camas beat Juanita and now has the opportunity to play them again, without Grindy. Will be interesting to see how it plays out.

  44. CamasFan2 on October 31st, 2010 10:59 pm

    Storm, i didn’t mean “skyview” has no room to talk i said it as in people saying that to camas. “So you guys will all come back on here if camas losses and be like you have no room to talk, you guys didn’t even make it far.” The “you have no room to talk, you guys didn’t even make it far” would be directed towards camas from people like knute and DCGardner. i meant someone quoting that to camas not me adding on at the end that they have no room to talk because they haven’t made it far. haha.

  45. Storm from EWU on October 31st, 2010 11:41 pm

    I know you were talking about Camas. People are going to talk about Camas like that if they lose without Grindy. It will prob happen even if they don’t lose. What I was saying is that even if Camas wins a State Title this year; Union, Skyview, Kelso, MV, MM, RA Long fans etc, will prob all give reasons why it wasnt all that impressive and how they’re team is better. I was saying that it is pointless to tell them not to, because its going to happen. It is happening to every team at some point or another and Its happening to Camas and will prob continue to happen.

    for example (i havent said this publicly yet but why keep it to myself any longer, eh?):

    I am aware that Camas is undefeated including a win over Skyview… However I am going to completely disregard that fact because I am a Skyview fan. I believe that Skyview has become a different team than they were in week 4. Furthermore, I believe that if we had played Camas week 10 instead of Union that we still would have won (Of course that would mean no League Champ because we would not have beat Union in week 4). Go Storm!

    These are the kind of inane comments that you will have to put up with. You KNOW they are wrong because you watched your team win every game, convincingly so in most cases.
    However, people like myself will still say it (even with your objections) because people like myself KNOW that Skyview is better than Camas now even though we lost, because people like myself KNOW that Union is better than Skyview even though they lost, because people want/need to believe in their own team. I understood your objections, but fans have passion and passion can make you irrational. And being as Passionate/Irrational as many of us are tells us that we have the right to reject your reality and substitute our own, because that passion makes our lives that much better. Because when Skyview wins State, I wont EVER stop celebrating. And I welcome those who say we Cant do it so that when we hit the jackpot it is that much more special. You should welcome that challenge too.

  46. CHSbleachercreature on November 1st, 2010 12:01 am

    Hahahahaha easily the most truthful statements on the history of people commenting on these articles. Well said.

  47. JustAFan on November 1st, 2010 12:51 am

    Camas is a really good football team. And everyone keeps saying “oh if ____ played them now they would win, their a whole different team then they were” but really you should be giving camas the credit becuase they have been consistent throughout the whole season. It takes EXTREME talent to go undefeated week in and week out. and the person that was working up mt. view for beating CR by so much must be crazy, yes Mt. View is a good team but CR really is NOT very talented this year and Mt. View still is not on the same level as Camas, Union and Skyview are now. We really just have to wait and see how the playoffs play out before anyone can relly judge. Anyone can talk. I graduated from bay and could say that we should have gone 6-3 instead of three and six if there were a few plays that went the other way and had a different coach because we had very talented and athletic players! but really its how you play the game that really matters and that really all that you can go off of now this year in all your comparisons and Camas has proven it so far by going undefeted and beating GOOD teams

  48. greater saint on November 1st, 2010 1:44 am

    with grindy out and not so sure how the 2nd string QB will do i personally think camas should adopt the option read (oregon offense) with marshall and owen i think teams wont know if its a run or pass allowing the passing game to elevate and the run game to take pressure off the passing

  49. greater saint on November 1st, 2010 1:47 am

    i know eagle is a ducks fan so it could happen eagle already adopted the ducks kick off style

  50. STORM MAMA on November 1st, 2010 4:54 am

    AMEN Storm from EWU. Take it to the Dome Storm! We believe.

  51. CHSbleachercreature on November 1st, 2010 6:45 am

    gs- it would be really cool. But how cool is trying to learn a whole new offence in a week, and how cool is it to tell the quarterback who led you through camp that hes been replaced. Maybe next year.

  52. Kelso on November 1st, 2010 8:24 am

    Good luck to Camas against Rainier Beach. It’s too bad Grindy will not return, but I think you can beat RB. Grindy was a very big part of the offense, but you still have some other weapons. Running back, Marshall. He may be getting a few more carries, and he’s a good back. If the backup quarterback can get the ball in the vicinity of Salamanca and/or Faulkner, I think they will do well. All is not lost and Rainier Beach may be the best team that Camas could have drawn. A big-city school traveling 3 hours to Camas. Their furthest away game thus far this year is about 15 miles. They are 2 -3 on the road. They are a good team, don’t get me wrong, but they are beatable and I think Camas can do it. Good luck!

  53. AHhYeahh on November 1st, 2010 3:53 pm

    Kelso, i agree that camas can win this game. maybe they wont be going for the deep ball but they still have their running game. Also Camas does have a good 2nd string QB(Tony Gennaro) who did start in the osu camp wich camas won. so id say camas does have a good chance in the playoffs.

    Also i read through the comments and like some of you said about people saying camas isnt going to make it far and i think that isnt the way to think! WE ALL are fans of GSHL teams and i believe we should all want camas to do outstanding since they are coming out of the same league. because if they do bad whats it gonna make your team that they blewout this season look? Like TRASH

  54. larry on November 1st, 2010 3:57 pm

    camas will walk all over rainier beach, but without grindy they will run into problems when they face one of the top teams. remember the rainier beach game is just a play in game, so to actually win a state game they would have to win the next one as well. that may not happen.

  55. Storm from EWU on November 1st, 2010 4:17 pm

    Camas has got it. Grindy was a great leader and a tremendous asset. But anyone who watched Camas football knows that the O line gave him ages to make great passes and huge holes to look for. With a decent back up in the game with some playing time in this season then they will be just fine. And from the sounds of things they have just that athlete to put into the game.
    A balanced all around team is what got SHS 3rd (and nearly more) last season, and Camas has got all that (and arguably more) this season.

    Take it to the State Camas!

  56. spainwa on November 1st, 2010 4:54 pm

    In both football and hoops, I have seen the Rainier Beach teams give up the fight if they get down early. Maybe this year will be different – but that fighting spirit is driven by the coaches so unless the coaches have changed……..

    Hit ‘em hard in Q1 Camas.

  57. air-it-out on November 1st, 2010 8:12 pm

    Scotty4life, you are embarresing us as hilanders.. Give it up, we got beat and you take and move on. We cant do anything on offense this year. Quit your whining please! We are kelso, not we are whiners!

  58. CamasFan2 on November 1st, 2010 10:36 pm

    Bryan, is there footage of the camas/kelso game?

  59. Bryan Levesque on November 1st, 2010 10:44 pm

    I just finished editing it. needs to compress then upload… that’s about 2 hrs

  60. SWWaFootballFan on November 2nd, 2010 9:17 am

    Video is up

    I don’t personally think the roughing the passer penalty was an intentional dirty play, contrary to what scotty for life thinks… it was a very late hit.

    That play happens at about 7:35-7:39 ish and I have it paused at 737 ball is clearly out of Grindy’s hand and kelso player is clearly 2 yards away>

    Here is a screen grab. Ball is “highlighted”

    Officials make mistakes we all know that…but this play they got right.

    Case closed.

  61. GSHL Observer on November 2nd, 2010 11:31 am

    I’m convinced that Camas beats RB without Grindy, he may make his return the following week. Read this from the News Tribune out of Tacoma.

    Tyler Walrath sure didn’t look like he had a broken leg.

    The Cascade Christian running back ran for 169 yards and two touchdowns on a broken right tibia, helping the top-ranked Cougars dispatch Orting, 55-6, and claim their fourth consecutive Nisqually League title.

    “He’s taken his game to another level,” Cascade Christian coach Randy Davis said of Walrath.

    Walrath suffered the injury last week against Life Christian when a player landed on his shin. He practiced once in the days leading up to the Orting game as a precaution. Walrath scored the first touchdown of the game and broke the contest open when he ripped off a 71-yard scoring scamper on the first play of the second half.

    “It’s 100 percent – not even a bruise,” he said. “I feel amazing”

    Read more:

  62. metro12 on November 2nd, 2010 2:09 pm

    As a Metro League supporter I have seen Rainier Beach play 3 times this season. Even without Grindy Camas will win this game by 40+ points. Beach has 3 players on their O-Line who are 325, 355 and 355. They are big but they are very, very slow and do not get a good push off the ball. Their best player is linebacker Anthony Segi who was the Defensive POY in Metro Sound division last year as a Sophomore. They have some very fast running backs and good athletes, but this is not a good football team. Camas by 40+ and while were at it Kelso will have no problem with Seattle Prep.

  63. CamasFan2 on November 2nd, 2010 4:23 pm

    Oh dang, yeah that definitely was a late hit on Logan. The ref called it right on that one. Hurry up and get better Grindy!!

  64. Ubeliever on November 2nd, 2010 7:31 pm

    Wow, Gindy was repeatedly pasted by Kelso and Kelso is a weak sister compared to state competition. Just watched the video. No wonder he suffered an injury. Camas better get ready for the real deal. It doesn’t look like the muckers are even close to a playoff team after playing their soft schedule. I mean, I’ll be there supporting Camas but I will be surprised if they win based on their recent performances and their devastating loss at QB. Hope I’m wrong.

  65. LMU Dad on November 2nd, 2010 8:06 pm

    After a quick 14 points, Camas lost focus and Kelso did not. Camas has delivered some incredible plays as well as team effort this season, but also has spurts of complacency. While the blow of losing Logan was very disappointing, hopefully it serves as rallying point as well as a wake up call. There is still a lot of talent on this team, but no one player can assume that someone else is going to get it done for them. Rally around Tony as well as each other, Camas, and good luck with your recovery Logan. Good luck as well to the rest of the GSHL.

  66. Southerner on November 3rd, 2010 6:00 am

    It is sad and hilarious at the same time that many of the individuals that post on this site get so wound up over the play of 16,17 and 18 year olds.

    Those from Kelso just need to rest in the fact that since 2003, you are the ones that have been “pasted” as you say, by Camas. Let’s remove play-off games from the picture here. Since 2003, whether at Doc Harris or Hilander stadium, you been beaten consistently. In 2005 (at your place – and I am sure the officiating crew had it out for you then – right?) and last Friday night (at Doc Harris) you were beaten again to complete an undefeated regular season record and a league championship. Celebrate with Camas that they kids have worked hard and are league champs, again! Let it go and heal up.

    Let’s cheer for all the teams that make it to post-season play, and not be so determined on your word being the authoritative last word that everyone bows down to.

  67. GSHLCheerleader on November 15th, 2010 3:47 pm

    boy oh boy, and we begin.
    AIR-IT-OUT, on comment 13, you for one stated that it was a perfectly good hit, but by the video we CAN see that it obviously, was not. and you said that grindy was released by the coaches and it was supposedly a bad part on their call, but before you come in here get your facts straight. 1.grindy was taken off the field as we could see.2. grindy got checked out and taped up while the team was in a huddle, WITH a number of the coaches. 3. Grindy ran back on the field BY HIS OWN CHOICE to finish the game. 4. the coaches thought he got the ok by the therapist Jenny, little did they know, he ran out there without anyone knowing, and without the OK. the coaches had no say in it, for your information. and to our luck, the next play was unsuccessful.
    DOGBREATH- comment 16, want to rephrase that? :)
    SCOTTY4LIFE- comment 20, what i said above. check your facts.
    MAYDAY- comment 23, well then we’re obviously pretty good at making history, arent we? :) &comment 36, obviously camas has gone the furthest in the playoffs, and still going.
    YEHHAWW- comment 64, dont worry, you were wrong :)
    im so happy with how camas is playing, and especially without the quarterback that a team has grown with. you cant tell me thats not impressive to go this far, without the normal routine theyre used to AND make history. thats true champions, moving on or not :)
    even union fans come to the games to support camas, and considering theyre the only team continuing on, i think everyone should attend the games to cheer them on.
    GO GSHL! :)

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