Camas Crushes Rainier Beach 56-0 With Backup QB Tony Gennaro To Advance To WIAA Playoffs

Written by Bryan Levesque on November 6, 2010

Camas QB Tony Gennaro made his first start Friday night at Doc Harris Stadium. The Junior had no trouble filling in for the injured Logan Grindy as the Papermakers had no trouble with the visiting Rainier Beach Vikings on their way to a 56-0 preliminary round win.

Gennaro led Camas to a 42-0 halftime lead, and finished the night 10 of 15 for 157 yards and 4 touchdowns. 4 different Camas players caught a touchdown from Gennaro. Zack Marshall, Addison Owen and Miguel Salamanca each caught one in the 2nd quarter, as Camas exploded for 35 points. On the opening drive of the 3rd quarter, Jeremy Faulkner caught Gennaro’s 4th as he dove in on the 11 yard score, capping off a 6 play 42 yard drive that was set up when Addison Owen took the 2nd half kick off past midfield. Faulkner also had 2 interceptions in the first half.

Zack Marshall added a steady rushing attack, gaining 70 yards on 16 carries and scoring 3 rushing touchdowns.

The Papermakers defense held Rainier Beach to 5 punts on the Vikings first 7 possessions. The other 2 drives ended in Jeremy Faulkner interceptions. The Papermakers did not allow a first down until the 2nd half when the Vikings fumbled on a run play that was almost recovered by Camas, but the Vikings fell on it for a 22 yard gain. Rainier Beach had the ball 3 times in the second half, 2 punts and the end of the game.

With the win Camas improves to 10-0 on the season. The Papermakers will host the winner of Shorecrest (5-4) at Juanita (8-1) next Saturday at Doc Harris Stadium, time TBD.

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first quarter

CAM – Zack Marshall 1 run (Roldan Alcobendas kick)

second quarter

CAM – Zack Marshall 18 pass from Tony Gennaro (Roldan Alcobendas kick)

CAM – Zack Marshall 12 run (Roldan Alcobendas kick)

CAM – Addison Owen 9 pass from Gennaro (Roldan Alcobendas kick)

CAM – Miguel Salamanca 24 pass from Gennaro (Roldan Alcobendas kick)

CAM – Zack Marshall 1 run (Roldan Alcobendas kick)

third quarter

CAM – Jeremy Faulkner 11 pass from Gennaro (Roldan Alcobendas kick)

forth quarter

CAM – Julian Samuels 2 run (Roldan Alcobendas kick)


Rushing — Rainier Beach: De’Aris Lyles 8-19, Anthony Segi 2-4, Dante Hoskins 2-9, Marquis Davis 8-(minus 11), Darien Muongvang 6-(minus 21), Devonte Carson 1-10. Camas: Zak Marshall 16-70, Addison Owen 8-57, Julian Samuels 6-44, Kenny Marshall 2-16, Tony Gennaro 1-11, John Norcross 1-13, Brent Hill 1-3.

Passing — Rainier Beach: Muongvang 5-13-2-56. Camas: Tony Gennaro 10-15-0-157.

Receiving — Rainier Beach: Davis 3-5, Carson 1-7, Bruce Shields 1-44. Camas: Z. Marshall 2-28, Jeremy Faulkner 1-11, Miguel Salamanca 3-73, Kyle Ervin 1-11, Owen 3-34.

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22 Responses to “Camas Crushes Rainier Beach 56-0 With Backup QB Tony Gennaro To Advance To WIAA Playoffs”

  1. unionplayer on November 6th, 2010 1:34 am

    i go to union and after we lost today im hopin camas and skyview will continue to represent SW washington. it kills me to say this but go camas!

  2. Ketto on November 6th, 2010 1:51 am

    VERY good sign to see the performance Tony Gennaro tonight. Not just for the rest of this season, but as a preview of what to expect next season.

    I am liking our chances against Juanita because it’ll be such a long drive down here for them.

    I’m disappointed to see Union lose – I picked them and thought they could pull it off. Seems weird seeing them go out before everyone else. Best of luck to them next season, hopefully we’ll get to see Union-Camas IV next year as well.

  3. Ketto on November 6th, 2010 1:54 am

    Sorry to post twice, but I do have a question for anyone who may know – does the running clock rule apply in the playoffs? I didn’t attend the game but I did walk over during halftime and the about 4 minutes of the third quarter that I saw (right up to the score that made it 49-0) it looked like the clock was still stopping. Thought it started running when it was 40+ in the third quarter.

  4. Bryan Levesque on November 6th, 2010 2:36 am

    Ketto – 1) this was not a playoff game tonight, but a preliminary round game to advance to the playoffs. 2) the clock was running after Camas got up 49-0 it did stop a few times, however. Rainier Beach called a time out once (not sure why) they had a player injured once that stopped the clock, and when Camas scored again, it stopped. but that was it. 3) in the playoffs the running clock is still in affect. Union defeated Meadowdale 49-7 last season in the quarterfinals and when they got up 49-0 the clock did go into running mode.

  5. Ketto on November 6th, 2010 4:05 am

    ah, it’s 49 that triggers it? Thought it was 40. Thanks for clarifying.

  6. Bryan Levesque on November 6th, 2010 5:24 am

    the running clock starts once a team is up by 45 or more points at anytime in the 2nd half. So Camas was up 42-0 at the half, then went up 49-0 in the 3rd, that’s when it starts. Had they been up 49-0 in the 2nd, it would not start until the start of the 3rd quarter.

  7. hardhitter on November 6th, 2010 12:19 pm

    Dominating…now maybe some of the nay sayers will understand that Mr. Gennero has the ability to do a very good job…and he is not the backup…He is Camas’s quarterback…the young man “backing” Tony up John Norcross is also a very very good qb….for any people out there that question the talent of the Rainer Beach’s team….they won five games and if they had been in the 3A GSHL they would of finished in the middle….Camas played that complete of a game…it is amazing how a “team” will pull together when facing adversity….(Logan out)..30+ Seniors dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball….outweighed by 75lbs a man across that line….if Camas brings that effort, that intensity to next Saturdays game…that mentality ( 2 penalties for 10 yds) it
    won’t matter who they line up against….what does Chip Kelley say? “faceless opponents”…..You don’t need good luck need that attitude… 1080 the fan said last night…”Simply the best atmosphere they have seen this year at any stadium, anywhere”…Oregon or Washington….

    Lets go Skyview…Kick some butt Mt View and Kelso….

  8. 40 on November 6th, 2010 12:31 pm

    Nice post Hardhitter.

    I was very impressed by how tony stepped up to the challenge. I’ll admit I had my doubts, but knowing the type of kid he is, I shouldn’t have. He has been busting his butt to become a solid QB and it sure looks like it has paid off. I think the most impressive thing about last night was Camas’ lack of penelties which seem to have become a hallmark of the team throughout the year. It’s going to take another clean game like this to beat Juanita.

  9. SWWaFootballFan on November 6th, 2010 2:27 pm

    Tony played a great game, some of his early passes were a bit shaky…but what you should expect. He had a nice run, I liked how Camas did not use his running abilities. Nothing to put on film for the next opponent.

    I thought Camas should of put Norcross in a bit sooner ( mid 3rd ) so he could get a few more live “Varsity” snaps against a “playoff opponent”. Doesn’t hurt to be prepared.

    Camas was missing Stokes on the O line as well, any idea why he wasn’t dressed?

  10. 40 on November 6th, 2010 2:30 pm

    he has been having trouble staying healthy this year. Its ok though as he is not a starter anyway.

  11. CHSbleachercreature on November 6th, 2010 5:45 pm

    So 1080 the fan was covering it? Is there a taping of it i can find somewhere?

  12. Farside on November 6th, 2010 9:46 pm

    Congrats to Camas and congrats to QB TG for a great job taking over for your injured QB!
    Next week’s game against Juanita should be a ripper! Wouldn’t put a lot of stock into summer camp game, but certainly does familiarize you with their players, formations, etc.
    Good luck next week!

  13. southerner on November 7th, 2010 5:29 am

    I agree with Hard-hitter and 40. The C-boys played a solid game. I have coached Tony for a number of years and he is a competitor from the first snap, and a solid ILB besides playing QB.

    NO doubt Jon Eagle (who is a master game tactician), will work Tony’s strengths as long as he is leading the team. Playing Juanita in the summer will give them some foresight, but that was then, this is now.

    We are with you Camas, take to the top!

  14. camasz on November 8th, 2010 5:54 am

    Any predictions for camas vs juanita?

  15. John Hill on November 8th, 2010 11:19 pm

    I believe Camas will win the day. Camas 28-17. They will win the turnover battle and run the ball down there throat. Go Camas

  16. Tiannam on November 9th, 2010 6:45 am

    Camas 21-10

  17. hardhitter on November 9th, 2010 9:01 am

    Juanita is very very good people…two incredible linebackers that are brothers….both D1 prospects who play both sides of the ball…..they run the fly sweep very very well….Camas will have their hands full….their QB has great great
    touch and throws the deep ball very well…..they will throw to their TE..something Camas has had trouble with……This will be a great great test….what I personally like about this is that it is being played on a Saturday evening….Camas’s kids will be resting while Juanita is on a 4 hour bus ride…..Juanita is the real deal….Union played them really really tough over the summer….Juanita beat them in overtime…..Camas beat them soundly with Tony leading the charge…..If Camas shows up like they did last Friday I don’t care if they send Skyline and Juanita down….Dan had that defense absolutely on fire…and Coach Eagle had the offense playing totally within themselves….you have to go with Camas at home….
    I see big plays, special teams coverage and a very very close game decided in the 4th quarter….

  18. GSHL Football Fan 2010 on November 9th, 2010 10:12 am

    Juanita is the real deal and have the edge over Camas since Grindy is out
    (no disrespect to the new Camas QB) Juanita got better this fall since they had some very good players transfer in from another school. Either school that wins, will end up in the finals,

  19. RockemSockem on November 9th, 2010 11:35 am

    I have to give Camas the edge because of the home field advantage at Doc Harris.

    I think it was a huge deal for Union to be able to play multiple playoff games at McKenzie the past couple of years – especially when they reached the quarterfinals.

    Good luck Papermakers.

  20. Evergreenfan/Unionfan on November 9th, 2010 1:34 pm

    Yeah, Union probably would have lost last year in the quarterfinals if they playeed that game on the road. Um oh wait.
    Yeah, Camas DEFINITELY has an edge playing at home. Deafening crowd noise and silent count. HUGE. Um, oh wait.

  21. Evergreenfan/Unionfan on November 9th, 2010 1:35 pm

    You guys don’t know what you’re talking about. Camas beat Juanita in the Oregon State Camp! That means they are better!

  22. Evergreenfan/Unionfan on November 9th, 2010 1:40 pm

    Not gonna lie though, Camas does have a nice home atmosphere like that guy said. But, I don’t believe in home friend advantage in high school. I mean really? I guess it helps a little bit if you had a long bus ride in a state playoff game. but it’s not like it makes any different when you’re on the field actually playing the game. You hardly hear the crowd etc.

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