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Camas Shuts Out Columbia River 21-0 | Greater St. Helens League Football

Camas Shuts Out Columbia River 21-0

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 10, 2009

Camas gets its second straight shut out at home with a 21-0 win over Columbia River. Papermakers RB Tyler Fisher had 2 rushing TD’s on the night as Camas took an early 21-0 lead in the 2nd quarter and coasted to the win. Columbia River was shut out for the second week in a row and the third time this season.

With the win, Camas improves to 5-1 and 2-0 in league play. The Papermakers will travel to Prairie (2-4) on Friday.

Columbia River drops to 1-5 on the season and 0-2 in league play. The Chieftains will host Fort Vancouver (2-4) on Friday.

Experts Picks

Bryan – Camas √

Mike – Camas √

Columbia River


Camas Papermakers


Frist quarter
C –  Tyler Fisher 1 run (Stuart Jergensen kick)
C – Austin Benson 3 run (Jergensen kick)
Second quarter
C – Fisher 3 run  (Jergensen kick)

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34 Responses to “Camas Shuts Out Columbia River 21-0”

  1. GSHL Dad on October 10th, 2009 6:44 am

    One of the worst officiated games I’ve ever watched. Camas should have had twice as many points.

  2. Just Sayin' on October 10th, 2009 10:19 am

    was it 21-0 or 23-0…i’m confused

  3. FootballRox on October 10th, 2009 12:28 pm

    Even with 2x the points, someone already beat them better! 🙂

  4. Ketto on October 10th, 2009 12:33 pm

    Gotta agree with GSHL Dad, the referees really wanted to keep CR in this one, but they couldn’t even help ’em.

  5. greater saint on October 10th, 2009 3:26 pm

    i was at the camas game and my friend made a good point about camas “when cams is up and looking for the win they dont run up the score” and camas hasnt been scoring as much as in years past so looking forward for the rest of the season and a packed stadium Union vs camas 🙂

  6. Knowledge on October 11th, 2009 6:45 pm

    Running up the score doesn’t mean anything weather its union or camas.

  7. Just Sayin' on October 11th, 2009 11:01 pm

    Coach O’rourke in the Columbian said that CR has a shot for the 3rd playoff spot from District 4. I got news for Coach O’rourke…first, your team has only scored 31 points this entire year, been shut out 3 times AND there are only 2 spots open for the state playoffs from this area.. WHAT happened to River? They used to be so tough?

  8. Fan-a-Maniac on October 12th, 2009 12:03 am

    I’m not that impressed to be quite honest. Union scored 28 points in the second quarter against Columbia River, a whole touchdown more than what Camas put up all game.

    But of course we have to wait all the way until the 30th to see the final showdown don’t we? Makes me all gitty just thinking about it. Mark it on your calanders and cancel your plans, and get their REALLY REALLY early because until the playoffs this is going to be THE game of the year. Union is having homefield advantage all the way through if they win and then you have Camas who would be hosting the almighty Bellevue Wolverines if they lose (which if I were a Camas player would make me want this win all the more). I mean this is all considering the other 3A teams don’t pull an upset over Camas or Union, but I wouldn’t hold my breath. (I’m not saying they aren’t good teams, Camas and Union are just REALLY good)

    Before I rant any furhter I would encourage all Union fans to show up extra early to claim seats in the stands, because in Doc Harris if it rains and you are not prepared, you better hope someone is willing to share their umbrella! Yup, rainy games are not fun at Doc Harris.

  9. lovefootball on October 12th, 2009 6:52 am

    There are 3 spots.

  10. greater saint on October 12th, 2009 10:16 am

    actually it does (knowledge) most people distinguish and rate teams by how badly they beat on other teams (running up the score) and im saying cams hasnt ran the sore up on anybody besides bay and so i think if camas really isnt just running up the score they may upset union but if they just cant capitalize and are having issues union will kill camas

  11. Just Sayin' on October 12th, 2009 1:07 pm

    1 Wesco 2
    2 Kingco, Metro 4
    3 Western Cascade, SPSL, Seamount, Olympic 6
    4 Greater St. Helens 2
    5/8 Big Nine, Greater Spokane 2

    I apologize if this is scrambled, but this was copied & pasted from the WIAA web site…looks like 2 entries to me!

  12. justagymteacher on October 12th, 2009 1:19 pm

    Camas had theirs starters in until the last two series. River did a good job not letting them have anything in the 3rd and 4th quarter. Do not kid yourself Camas wanted to put up more points. They just want to play better I am sure.

  13. LT on October 12th, 2009 1:36 pm

    3A gshl gets 3 seeds..

    1. union/camas
    2. camas/union
    3. up for grabs between low caliber teams, bless the hearts.lol. maybe bay?? prairie diesnt have a shot, nor does fort.. i’d call it a coin flip between river and bay

  14. hard hitter on October 12th, 2009 3:21 pm

    not true justagymteacher;

    Camas had several 2nd and 3rd team defensive players in, in the third quarter
    I won’t name numbers but if you’ve watched a few of their games you know who plays where and who subs where…I wrote a long email on the other front page of this site concerning the officials…simply the worst officiating I have seen this year..and I mean for both teams….How these guys get these games…wow…just horrible…the GSHL don’t deserve more than 2 slots…period, end of story…especially this year…there are two teams who play at a high level…the next level is 1A…there isn’t another team in the 3A “this year” that would compete for the 2A league championship…period.. River, Prairie, Fort and Bay? are you kidding me…Maybe next year….

  15. greater saint on October 12th, 2009 5:25 pm

    i really hope there is good officials at the camas union game or fans on both sides will probably be pissed!!!

  16. Just Sayin' on October 12th, 2009 6:23 pm

    LT – go to the web site & tell me what you see…here’s the link. It’s right there in black & white….District4 GSHL 2 entries into state. You seem so sure that it’s 3, so tell me where I went wrong

  17. Just Sayin' on October 12th, 2009 6:23 pm
  18. Just Sayin' on October 12th, 2009 6:53 pm

    Not to get too far ahead…but, if everything plays out as it appears on paper. Lakes & Bellevue AND Liberty are all in the opposite bracket of Uni…uhhh I mean district 4 #1 seed. A very good Mount Spokane team and maybe Ferndale are in the bracket that WE (sw washington collectively) would be in. Not sayin’ it’s for sure….i’m just sayin’

  19. Chrish on October 12th, 2009 7:18 pm

    There are only 2 4A teams, but 3 3A teams. I think you are seeing 4A information.

  20. 40 on October 12th, 2009 7:22 pm

    Camas’ starters on O were in for all of the 3rd and half of the 4th. The issue isn’t with the D(they are playing good), its the O that has people in camasville a bit worried.

  21. LT on October 12th, 2009 7:37 pm

    read this link.. it has all the 3a/4a week 10 crossover games AND predictions!!

    so that is where you are wrong.

    http://blog.thenewstribune.com/preps/20 … /#more-599

  22. Trapper Fan on October 12th, 2009 7:52 pm

    GSHL gets three spots to the cross-over because the ADs from district 4 and I believe district 1 got together to guarantee three berths for each league each year. That was set up last year. Otherwise each league would have 4 spots one year and 2 the next. Could you imagine the GSHL with 4 spots this year? It was a fair decision, and somebody could rise up and start playing well the next 3 weeks.

  23. Just Sayin' on October 12th, 2009 7:56 pm

    Article not found…is what it says, but I would tend to believe WIAA over a newspaper anyway. Especially since they are pretty much ‘the source’. So, perhaps that link is where you may have been led astray

  24. camas alumni on October 12th, 2009 8:06 pm

    im not sure about three spots this year but my senior year at camas there was only two and we knocked off union and it was camas and river… i remembr thinking there was three but there ended up only being two

  25. Go Dawgs on October 12th, 2009 8:28 pm

    Since the GSHL 3A & 4A are the only two leagues in district 4 they have “play-in” games against the teams up North in week 10 to get into the WIAA bracket of 16. The 3A has two teams with a third in a qualifier game and the 4A has one with another in a qualifier game. This should be a better link to help explain how it works.

  26. Bryan Levesque on October 12th, 2009 9:55 pm

    Just Sayin’ – This is always fun. The WIAA web site ONLY talks about the “Official” playoffs, as in the round of 16. They refuse to expand the playoffs to 32, however in 1997 they agreed to allow the leagues to pool together their spots and have a 10th game play in. So, in 1997 the GSHL 4A had 2 teams guaranteed spots to the round of 16, while the WESCO had only 1. In 1998 it was the oposit. GSHL got 1 team and te WESCO got 2. The 2 leagues got together and took each leagues top 3 teams to play and the 3 winners would get the 3 spots. The First season this game was played on the Tuesday after week 9 and before the playoffs started the next weekend. CRAZY! A few years later the WIAA finally allowed for a full week to have the play in game, but they still refuse to recognize it as part of the playoffs.

    So, last season, only Skyview, Union and Mark Morris “officially” made the playoffs, even though Heritage, Camas, Columbia River, Hockinson, Woodland, and R.A. Long all had post season games.

    It is a little confusing, but it is much better than what we had before. Prior to 1997 it was nuts. In 1996 the GSHL AAA had 10 teams, (Kelso, Columbia River, Evergreen, Mt. View, Battle Ground, Prairie, Tumwater, Shelton, Hudson’s Bay, Fort Vancouver) and only 1 team made the playoffs! Each team played 9 league games and there was no room for error. After week 5 Tumwatter and Evergreen were both 5-0 and ranked #4 and #5 in state. However having 2 of the top 5 teams in state did not matter because only 1 school made the 16 team playoff.

    What we now have is much better. Just keep in mind anything you read on wiaa.com is only talking about the 16 team playoff, and not the 32 team qualifying round. This year, like last year, we get the following. 4A= 2, 3A=3 and 2A=4 teams to the qualifying round.

  27. Just Sayin' on October 12th, 2009 11:24 pm

    Thank you, Bryan…I stand corrected. Apologies to LT as well. It is odd that the scenarios lined out in the tribune has a link to a final 16 bracket which is different from the bracket that is currently posted on WIAA.com. I don’t know which one to use. Guess I’ll stop trying to make sense of it & just let it happen the way whatever PHD who put this together intended for it.

  28. Just Sayin' on October 12th, 2009 11:26 pm

    ..thanks to ‘Go Dawgs’ too for the link

  29. justagymteacher on October 13th, 2009 1:28 pm

    I was only talking about the offense. I did see them rotating guys in and out on defense. If River got close the starters returned. No big deal, but the offense will need to be more efficient than it has been.

  30. greater saint on October 13th, 2009 4:17 pm

    hopefully camas gets things rolling on offense before union because i do not want to see the game of the year end up being a boring union win

  31. Fan-A-Maniac on October 13th, 2009 4:49 pm

    It won’t be a boring win for sure… But I still think its going to be a win for the U. Too many options on offense, a defense that will knock you dead, and special teams that get the job done without any mishaps.

    But hey atleast Camas will have a chance against Bellevue in the playoffs right?


  32. hard hitter on October 14th, 2009 4:04 pm

    Coach Eagle is a firm believer in rotations…and really when you get down to it
    how can you argue with a guy that wins over 70% of his games??? and isn’t participation what it is really about anyway?? that is why 110 kids try out for Camas and schools like Prairie and Battleground get 50…Coaches….plain and simple…and Coach Eagle is one of the best….Camas has had a huge turnover bug this year…all mental..but I do know his coaches are on top of it…Union is a fantastic team…great athletes…but I have the feeling you’ll see a completely different team from Union next year…last year of the “new school” transfers that came in are Seniors this year..It will be interesting to see the memories of the schools that have taken beatings the last couple of years from Union…Karma…things always have a way of evening out…

  33. franklyspeaking on October 14th, 2009 4:47 pm

    Hard hitter I am concern that union is playing there 3rd and 4th string too much, the first team is not getting enough game time and when things get tight they may not have enough game endurance.
    Practice all you want and run all you want in practice but it’s not the same as game time. Look at Saylor he has not played in the second half in 3 or 4 games Penaranda barely touches the ball Browning the same I am concern that they maybe taking it to easy. It’s great that the 3rd,4th string guys play a half but it could come back and hit them in the face down the road. What do you think?

  34. GSHL Observer on October 14th, 2009 6:51 pm

    Union is ready to unleash the beast. Prepare as hard as you can but be ready to hunker down when Union decides to churn and burn. I hear a chainsaw revving in the distance.

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