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.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Columbia River Chieftains
6
0
0
0

6

Camas Papermakers
13
22
7
0

42

First Quarter

Cam — Logan Grindy 1 run (Dylan Stoller kick)

CR — Remick Kawawaki 25 run (kick blocked)

Cam — Zack Marshall 96 kickoff return (kick failed)

Second Quarter

Cam — Miguel Salamanca recovered fumble in end zone (Ikaika Gunderson pass from Grindy)

Cam — Kyle Ervin 17 pass from Grindy (Stoller kick)

Cam — Salamanca 12 pass from Grindy (Stoller kick)

Third Quarter

Cam — Marshall 47 run (Stoller kick)

Leaders

Rushing — Columbia River: Remick Kawawaki 14-88, Darius Raiford 3-12, Justin Rinta 2-3, Clayton Frank 10-(minus 19), Ben Kraft 1-(minus 18). Camas: Zack Marshall 14-98, Addison Owen 6-24, Kenny Marshall 8-34, Grindy 5-11, Julian Samuels 6-14, Tony Gennaro 2-29.

Passing — Columbia River: Clayton Frank 6-13-0-44; Rinta 2-3-0-16. Camas: Grindy 10-16-0-125, Gennaro 1-2-0-0.

Receiving — Columbia River: Kevin Cotter 3-7, Ian Christianson 1-30, Raiford 1-9, Dennis Henderson 1-7, Kawawaki 1-2, Zach Puse 1-6. Camas: Miguel Salamanca 2-25, Z. Marshall 3-26, Kyle Ervin 4-72, Dahlen Lappe 1-0, Samuels 1-(minus 4)

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Comments

18 Responses to “Camas Opens New Doc Harris Stadium In Style Blowing Out Columbia River 42-6”

  1. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on September 18th, 2010 8:19 am

    Marshall was once again impressive. 2 more TDs to give him 8 on the season. He would have had more yards had Camas not put the game away so early. For most of the game, Camas was rotating between 4 RBs (The 2 Marshall brothers, Addison Owen and Julian Samuels)

    Bryan, wasnt that kick return by Zack Marshall a 99 yarder? Thats how i thought i heard it announced over the speakers.

    Cant wait for next week!

  2. Bryan Levesque on September 18th, 2010 10:09 am

    Could have been. Columbian guy said 96. I will look at video again.

  3. Football Fan on September 18th, 2010 12:27 pm

    Congrats on the easy win Papermakers. From what the video showed it looked like you were playing a jv team and i wanna to know if you’ll be as confident when facing good football programs. From what i know of you guys you have some work to do when it comes to a close or critical game winning scenario. I wish i could get a chance to see another face off with you and union and see just how accurate those power rankings are. While your playing Columbia River, Union is playing the toughest schools they can. It’s my opinion that your program needs to stop trying to inflate their stats and play some good cut-throat football.

  4. Trunks on September 18th, 2010 1:03 pm

    Football fan-
    camas has to play columbia river. They’re in the same league. Same with mt view. It’s not like they’re purposefully scheduling easy opponents to inflate their stats. They’re required to play those teams at least once.

  5. Ketto on September 18th, 2010 2:53 pm

    Football Fan, you see Union going against more schools from not around here because the 4A league is 2 schools smaller than the 3A one. They have more room for games like that. Camas’s 3 non-league games were preseason supposed to all be against very good teams. Timberline was ranked in the top 10, Skyview is still ranked, and the Heritage-Camas games over the past few years have been VERY fun to watch.

    Sure do love when people have no idea what they’re talking about.

  6. Tiannam on September 18th, 2010 3:28 pm

    Ketto-

    He’s from Union. What do you expect? Intelligence?

  7. Tiannam on September 18th, 2010 3:30 pm

    Are there any pictures of the game anywhere?

  8. Hydro on September 18th, 2010 3:35 pm

    Camas is a very good team and will cruise through the 3A GSHL. Then they will see someone like Lakes, Liberty, Capital, Ferndale or “”" forbid Bellevue in a playoff game and realize what it’s like to not make it to the semis in the dome. I don’t think they know how to get there. I hope they come through tho….It’s too bad they dont play Union this year to see what playoff football is “this year” ROLL CAMAS in the playoffs! UR neighbor and friend…the other camas team.

  9. Bryan Levesque on September 18th, 2010 4:01 pm

    Tiannam – yes, the Camas guy said he had about 100. I will get them from him early this week.

  10. B. Anderson on September 18th, 2010 6:13 pm

    What would it take for people to stop talking about how great Union is and how much better than Camas they are? How about we just realize that the two teams are not going to play each other this year! I actually hope that both team make it to the semi’s or better just for the experience for the kids and the exposure for them at the next level. I really like this forum but, I am tired of reading the slander about either team.

  11. Camas Fan on September 18th, 2010 6:27 pm

    Why does everyone have to downplay Camas so much? We beat Timberline, you say they were over-rated. We beat Mt. View, you say it wasn’t by enough. We beat River, you say we’re inflating stats. It’s getting kinda ridiculous. Camas is good, get over it.

  12. greatersaint on September 18th, 2010 6:50 pm

    how bout we rate how good teams are with how there playing not by rankings

  13. Mike from site on September 18th, 2010 10:40 pm

    This is Mike that helps Bryan with the site and tweeted updates of Union/Westview last night. Let me just say this, after watching Union against Westview and watching the film (and hearing about the game from Bryan) of Camas/River, I am now 99% convinced we will be seeing either Union or Camas in Tacoma this year. In preseason I expected Union, with all the players they were losing, to roll through league but not get past the first round in the playoffs. I’m now convinced they can play with anyone. Westview was pretty good. The had a great running back, quick receivers, and a smart QB with a solid arm. But the Union defense was flying around and everywhere. They always seemed to come up with big plays whenever it felt like momentum was building for Westview, especially on the road in rainy weather at a big school in Beaverton. Zack Browning was unstoppable, and he never slowed down. People were talking like he was a machine. He was getting the ball almost every play from the 2nd quarter on. He was also making big plays on defense.

    Camas looks like a team on a mission this year. They are more motivated than ever and haven’t forgotten what happened against Liberty in the first round last year. Their running game is kicking into gear, and they look like they are getting stronger as the season goes on. They are better than last year’s team, and last year they looked like a team that would have made it to the dome if they played the same playoff schedule Union did. They definitely let some games go late last year and didn’t finish strong, but I’m preetty confident they won’t be letting that happen again. Listen to what Eagle said about Camas’s unprecedented committment in the weight room in the off season.

    Union looks almost as good as they were last year, and Camas is better than they were last year.. you can expect a serious playoff run out of one or both of them, barring critical injuries.

  14. CHSbleachercreature on September 18th, 2010 10:53 pm

    Did marshall only have one yard rushing before the 47 yard td? I feel like he had more…

  15. greater saint on September 19th, 2010 3:01 am

    it says marshall was 14 for 48 yeards but yet he had a 47 yard run????? so he had 13 carries for no gain??? hahaha

  16. CHSbleachercreature on September 19th, 2010 4:48 pm

    To those who say timberline was over-rated(especially those from union)- timberline beat enumclaw friday.

  17. wsumj on September 20th, 2010 11:52 am

    Great football game.. and that stadium is legit. Nicer then most small colleges!
    Camas put it all together. A lot of fumbles but I suppose you can blame that on the conditions. Camas did make CR pay for their turnovers.
    Kyle Irvin is becoming a very good target. Still waiting for Faulkner to break out
    Owen runs like a horse but man… he puts the ball on the turf almost every other carry. Looking forward to Skyview game.

  18. Bryan Levesque on September 20th, 2010 10:13 pm

    greater saint – it was 98. I just updated that. Got that from Eagle

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