Camas Opens New Doc Harris Stadium In Style Blowing Out Columbia River 42-6
Written by Bryan Levesque on September 18, 2010
The Camas Papermakers had little trouble improving to 2-0 in league play Friday night as they beat Columbia River 42-6 in the first game at the new Doc Harris Stadium.
Camas scored touch downs on 5 of their first 6 possessions in the first half as they led the visiting Chieftains 35-6 at the break.
Papermakers QB Logan Grindy scored the first touch down at the new stadium, a 1 yard QB sneak capping a 12 play 76 yard drive the first time Camas had the ball.
Columbia River answered right back with a 80 yard touch down drive, when RB Remick Kawawaki scored from 25 yards out on the ground.
Zack Marshall ran the ensuing kickoff back 96 yards for a score and Camas never looked back.
Marshall ran in a 47 touch down to open the second half on the Papermakers forth play of the drive, taking a 42-6 lead before a punting clinic ended the game.
Camas improves to 3-0 and 2-0 in league with the win and will host Skyview (2-1) next week, 7:00 p.m. at Doc Harris Stadium. Columbia River falls to 1-2 and 0-2 in league with the loss and will host Rainier of Oregon (2-1) Friday night, 7:00 p.m. at Chieftain Stadium.
Bryan – Camas √
Mike – Camas √
Cody – Camas √
Camas photographer Alex Heredia’s game pictures