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Camas Dominates Prairie 55-7 On The Road | Greater St. Helens League Football

Camas Dominates Prairie 55-7 On The Road

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 2, 2010

Camas was just about perfect Friday night in their 55-7 road league win at Prairie.

The Papermakers got the running clock in the first half after going up 48-0 in the second quarter. RB Zack Marshall had a pair of rushing touchdowns in the first half, and also took back the second half opening kickoff 94 yards for a score, his second kickoff return for a score in the last 3 games. Camas QB Logan Grindy was 8/9 for 180 yards and a touchdown in the win.

With the win Camas improves to 5-0 on the season and 3-0 in league play. The Papermakers will host Hudson’s Bay (1-4 0-2) next Friday at Doc Harris Stadium 7:00 p.m. Prairie falls to 2-3 on the season with the loss and 1-2 in league play. The Falcons will host Columbia River (3-2 1-2) next Friday at District Stadium 7:00 p.m.

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Cody – Camas √

Camas Papermakers

Prairie Falcons

first quarter

C — Zack Marshall 1 run (Roldan Alcobendas kick)
C — Zack Marshall 1 run (Alcobendas kick)
C — Logan Grindy 11 run (Alcobendas kick)
C — John Payne 34 interception return (Alcobendas kick)

second quarter

C — Julian Samuels 15 run (Alcobendes kick)
C — Brent Hill 19 pass from Grindy (kick failed)
C — Kenny Marshall 2 run (Alcobendes kick)

third quarter

P — Avi Slifer 50 pass from Coleman Weisenborn (Max Riemer kick)
C — Zack Marshall 94 kickoff return (Alcobendes kick)


Rushing – Camas – Samuel 6-42, Kenny Marshall 9-31, Zack Marshall 3-3, Tony Genarro 2-33, Grindy 1-11; Prairie – Jode DeKlerk 3-6, Jesse Zalk 2-4.

Passing – Camas – Grindy 7-12-0-198, Genarro 2-3-1-21; Prairie – Colin Seitz 5-11-1-56, Weisenborn 15-24-0-152.

Receiving – Camas – Zack Marshall 1-80, Miguel Salamanca 2-66, Brent Hill 1-19, Mark Poljakov 1-15, Addison Owen 1-13, Kyle Ervin 1-11, Julian Samuels 1-9, Christian Grant 1-6; Prairie – Zalk 4-54, Slifer 2-58, Cecil 4-30, Uea 2-48, DeKlerk 2-16, Jake Ripley 1-2.

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20 Responses to “Camas Dominates Prairie 55-7 On The Road”

  1. hardhitter on October 2nd, 2010 9:58 am

    Did exactly what good teams are suppose to do “win the games they are suppose to win”….three running backs in the first half….solid in all areas…..nice team win….

  2. Tiannam on October 2nd, 2010 6:10 pm

    5-0 Here we go.

    This is the year of the Papermakers.

  3. slobberknocker on October 2nd, 2010 9:13 pm

    How is Camas quarterback after that hit he took?

  4. Tiannam on October 3rd, 2010 10:53 am

    How is prairie after being dominated at their own homecoming?

    That was our backup QB who ran 10 yards or so before being hit. So I’m pretty sure he’s just fine.

  5. DCGardner on October 3rd, 2010 10:59 am

    After two Years of Titans I guess a year for the Papermakers wouldn’t hurt 😛

  6. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on October 3rd, 2010 11:21 am

    Ya, backup Tony Gennaro was the one who got hit pretty hard. But in the past couple years he has played MLB, and is pretty tough. Jogged off the field just fine, so i assume hes alright.

    Even if he was hurt, Sophomore 3rd stringer John Norcross was suited up. Norcross will most likely get the start next year over Gennaro, who is a current Junior.

  7. hard hitter on October 3rd, 2010 12:06 pm

    Logan Grindy took the hardest hit he has taken all year in the 2nd quarter….got treatment and knowing how tough a kid he is he won’t miss a snap….he has played two real solid games…when Camas doesn’t turn the ball over they are a really complete team…..If you want to know anything about the character of that team…read Saturdays Oregonian in the community section….half page on Oden Coe and his trip to Haiti….great great young man…football has taken a back seat to his life of service…..you meet him off the field with that smile, and the laugh….man how proud his parents must be….he will do great things off the football field…

  8. Tiannam on October 3rd, 2010 12:14 pm

    I’m so eager to see these highlights. I can’t wait.

  9. wsumj on October 3rd, 2010 4:33 pm

    Rumor from a Prairie student was that 6-8 of their players were suspended for various reasons this week and did not play. Whether they were starters or not is another story.

    Was that why Weisenborn was at QB instead of Sietz? It appears that the 3 top receivers for the Falcons played though.

  10. footballnerd on October 4th, 2010 11:36 am

    Thats part of the reason, but Weisenborn got put in because Seitz got hit and from what ive heard broke his collar bone.

  11. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on October 4th, 2010 3:30 pm

    Ya, DE Kamari Brown was all over the QB Friday night. I dont know if Seitz got hurt during the Camas game, but im pretty sure Weisenborn had some lumps and bruises after that game.

  12. 40 on October 4th, 2010 8:09 pm

    from what I was told from a Prarie guy, 5 or 6 starters were suspended for the game, not sure why as he did not elaborate.

    The hit slobberknocker is talking about is the one on grindy which forced him out of the game for a series. If you were at the game and paying attention I don’t see how you could not remember that one.

    And man, kamari brown put a monster hit on seitz to put him out of the game. That sucks if it broke his collar bone. He looks like he could be a pretty good QB next year as a senior.

  13. CHSbleachercreature on October 4th, 2010 10:59 pm

    I didnt realize how hard kamaris hit was till the video… Ouch…

  14. Southerner on October 5th, 2010 12:48 pm

    Kamari is a good kid. He has made some strides even since last year. He is an example of the excellent coaching they have at Camas.

  15. CHSbleachercreature on October 6th, 2010 5:33 pm

    was marshalls first td a fumble recovery? talk about lucky bounce

  16. Bryan Levesque on October 6th, 2010 6:04 pm

    No. Not a fumble. He ran it in.

  17. CHSbleachercreature on October 6th, 2010 6:17 pm

    you sure? it looks like on the hand off it bounced out, hit a linemans leg bounced back up, and he ran it in. am i going crazy? 🙂

  18. CHSbleachercreature on October 7th, 2010 6:20 am

    Thanks for the sw washington support…

  19. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on October 7th, 2010 6:27 am

    So much hate for such a little name 😉

    We can only hope theres a way to ban people from the site…

  20. CHSbleachercreature on October 7th, 2010 6:55 am

    Jt- well someone must agree that we’re number two.. That is, most of the AP. And we had to play prairie… Its not like we cant play them this year.. Its hard to buy a number two in the state spot when youre 5-0….

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