Camas Weathers Early Hudons’s Bay Shots Then Roll To 66-14 Win

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 9, 2010

Camas trailed the visiting Eagles 14-8 after 1 play of the 2nd quarter, then went on to roll to a 66-14 league win Friday night.

Zack Marshall and Addison Owen both scored 3 touchdowns in the Papermakers 6th win of the season. Marshall scored on 2 rushing plays (21,9) and also caught a pass from QB Logan Grindy from 23 yards out. While Owen scored on a 57 yard punt return, then also caught a pass from Grindy (13 yards) and capped off his scoring on the night with a 37 yard interception return for a score.

Grindy finished the night with 271 yards passing on 15 of 18 passing and threw 3 touchdowns (36 yards to Brent Hill the 3rd).

Hudson’s Bay scored their 2 touchdowns early in the game,  a 71 yard interception return from Devantae Elliot, and a 19 yard pass from QB Travis Roberts to Emilio Alcantar on the first snap of the 2nd quarter.

With the win Camas improves to 6-0 on the season and 4-0 in league play. The Papermakers will host Heritage (1-5 0-2) next Friday at Doc Harris Stadium 7:00 p.m. Hudson’s Bay falls to 1-5 on the season and 0-3 in league play with the loss. The Eagles will host Prairie (2-4 1-3) next Friday at Kiggins Bowl 5:00 p.m.

Experts Picks

Bryan – Camas √
Mike – Camas √
Cody – Camas √

FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Hudson's Bay Eagles
7
7
0
0
14

Camas Papermakers
8
27
24
7
66

first quarter

C — Zack Marshall 21 run (Jeremy Faulkner run)
HB — Devantae Elliot 71 interception return (kick good)

second quarter

HB — Emilio Alcantar 19 pass from Travis Roberts (kick good)
C — Marshall 9 run (Roldan Alcobendas kick)
C — Addison Owen 57 punt return (Alcobendas kick)
C — Brett Hill 36 pass from Logan Grindy (kick blocked)
C — Marshall 23 pass from Grindy (Alcobendas kick)

third quarter

C — Owen 13 pass from Grindy (Alcobendas kick)
C — Owen 37 interception return (Alcobendas kick)
C — Julian Samuels 4 run (Alcobendas kick)
C — Alcobendas 21 FG

fourth quarter

C — Vincente Huber 10 run (Alcobendas kick)

Leaders

Rushing - Camas – Zack Marshall 13-100, J Samuels 5-17, Huber 4-15, Kenny Marshall 3-6, Grindy 5-4, Jared Borja 1-4.

Passing - Camas – Grindy 15-18-2-271, Tony Gerarro 1-1-0-7.

Receiving - Camas – Miguel Salamanca 4-81, Faulkner 3-52, Brett Hill 2-48, Marshall 3-40, Jonathan Warner 1-27, Owen 1-8, Zach Anderson 1-10, Huber 1-8, Kenny Marshall 1-(-1).

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61 Responses to “Camas Weathers Early Hudons’s Bay Shots Then Roll To 66-14 Win”

  1. victory on October 9th, 2010 8:42 am

    Camas good game! Keep playing like you are and you have a chance at the Dome. I was not at the game, did the V-Kicker kick the FG after the running clock?

  2. 40 on October 9th, 2010 9:49 am

    no, the fg put them up 45 and started the running clock.

  3. hardhitter on October 9th, 2010 10:08 am

    Camas will win at least two “state” playoff games, their draw will be very very good….4th or 3rd place teams of leagues up north….Bellevue is a totally different beast….not even worth talking about yet…their strength is Camas weakness…the run game against the run game defense…..they have at least 4 D1 players and overall may not be as strong as last years team but I believe they are much more athletic….it is weeks down the line….
    Camas has the team to get there…you will not intimidate the Papermakers…too many weapons…but what I see is a Union team who has a great chance to make it too the dome also…they are not as athletic as last years team but just the opposite of Bellevue they are a much much better “team” than last year…these guys just play together better than any group I’ve seen in years…Union is a TEAM
    each guy on this team plays off the others…I’ve seen more 7 man tackles by this team than any team I can remember..that is what will win games…I truly hope they get Skyline….Skyline will know they have been hit…many many times….Skyview just has too many holes….weak special teams…no O line coach…lots of good individuals….they need to put it together in a hurry if they are going to make a run of any type in the post season….

  4. Tiannam on October 9th, 2010 12:00 pm

    Camas wins games in the 2nd quarter.

  5. DCGardner on October 9th, 2010 5:17 pm

    Union has been doing that for awhile now…

  6. CHSbleachercreature on October 9th, 2010 6:33 pm

    Thank you dc for taking credit away from camas. Keeping that union tradition alive. Hey bryan how many turnovers did bay have?

  7. PopPrep on October 9th, 2010 8:27 pm

    DC didn’t take anything away from Camas, he is just reminding you that Union is carrying on their successful domination of the entire league. Skyview won’t be able to compete, they will go back to the Dome and they will do it in style.

    But Camas just doesn’t have the experience. They have the talent but the just don’t have the kind of experience needed.

    Hudson’s Bay leading at the start of the 1st? I can understand that happening against Kelso or Mt. View… But Hudson’s Bay?

    Try pulling that kind of play against Bellevue and your done. If you can even get to Bellevue.

  8. CHSbleachercreature on October 9th, 2010 8:41 pm

    Its things like this that give the u this great stereotype. I didnt see one word talking about union on this page. How bout a, nice job camas. Or heck, like they used to say in preschool, if you have nothing nice to say dont say it at all. WE GET IT. UNION HAS GONE TO THE DOME. WE GET IT. UNION HAS PLAYED BELLEVUE. WE GET IT. I will be one of many when i say i think unions defense is top notch. unions offense is great too. But guess what? Theres this little town called camas that has a pretty good football program, and its not just the people here saying that. Yes the first quarter was bad, but 58 unanswered points isnt too bad of a response either. “just a reminder” please. Its just union finding a way to stick their cocky nose into everything.

  9. Dont Worrie about it on October 10th, 2010 12:00 am

    GO Bay !!v and Camas got lucky

  10. wsumj on October 10th, 2010 12:04 am

    I love the Union/Camas smack talk. Its so funny.
    If I remember correctly, didnt Bryan say that Camas beat Union in some camp?
    That was this year, right?

    Well then.. Its settled. Cuz its not going to happen in league this year.
    Whats the all time record between the 2 schools?

  11. Trunks on October 10th, 2010 12:27 am

    I love how every article ever about camas always ends up getting filled with smack talk from union fans… Seriously. It’s getting old. No one from camas is going onto union articles and talking about how good we are. It’s really annoying.

  12. Bryan Levesque on October 10th, 2010 12:57 am

    NOTE – GAME SCORING CHANGE – After watching the video of this game, Hudson’s Bay did not lead 14-8 after 1 quarter. The score was 8-7 Camas at the end of 1. The Eagles scored on the first play of the 2nd quarter, a 19 yard TD pass (not 10 yard TD pass as we reported) from Travis Roberts Emilio Alcantar. So, all of you who think Camas’s season is over because they trailed Bay after 1, no need to walk the plank. Also, just about every score’s yardage was off, all of them have been updated to what I saw in the video.

  13. PopPrep on October 10th, 2010 1:00 am

    wsumj – Because a scrimmage at some camp matters right? Oh and that record is 2-1 Union btw.

    Trunks – Ever since 2007 it has been all about Union. I also remember when Union was up and coming the kinds of talk we got from the Camas folk. Nothing different about it now, just some good ol fashioned sports talk between fans. Except back then I didn’t get all offended by it.

  14. K-nute on October 10th, 2010 1:50 am

    I think Camas fans are going to need to develop a little thicker skin, once things get elevated the opinions come out of nowhere and are very pointed. No room for whiners if your gonna play in the big leagues. You just gotta let some of the silliness slide and not respnd to every little tiny thing that tweeks you. Trust me, if you stumble there will be many, many whacko’s there to remind you about it relentlessly. Whining about it only makes them give it to you harder. Nothing you can do about it, just gonna have to get used to it.

    btw, I will be rolling in hysterics everytime I see ‘uncalled for’ posted – hilarious! These dopes will own you and it’s because you are so easily played.

  15. Union dad on October 10th, 2010 4:48 am

    Here you go Camas fans, you have a good team! Having said that, contrary to belief, Union is pretty good too.
    I was at the camp at OSU and Camas did win the camp tournament and played well, but on the day Union/Camas played, and I know Grindy did not play, but Brody-hiem was out, Browning was hurt and the U’s offensive line was not set, Union handed it to Camas, they out hit out played and outscored them. That being said, it is hard to compare the two because of one scrimmage at a camp, no ref’s, no first downs etc.
    Camas fans, don’t get to caught up in the “rankings” they mean nothing come play off time, did you catch the Alabama game yesterday?
    Good luck and if your boy’s don’t get to full of themselves, work extremely hard, and stay focused,and the coaches stick to what they do best, they should do well come
    playoff time, and finally add to the GSHL play off history, you do have a team that can, just a matter if they will.
    Go TITAN’S

  16. Tiannam on October 10th, 2010 12:57 pm

    I think the first quarter showed that Camas can’t get cocky before playing teams like Bay. As I watched the game I knew we were going to win and i could tell the players were getting pissed because Bay was getting lucky and we just weren’t trying. We need to come into every game trying our best and play as if we’re playing for the State Championship. If not, when we finally come to real challenge in the play-offs we’re just going to get beat. But we learn from our mistakes. Go all the way Papermakers. 6-0

    By the way, in response to Union people. Didn’t we pretty much beat/almost beat Union 2 years in a row? Didn’t you barely lose to Bellevue last year? Doesn’t that show we are just as capable of beating Bellevue as Union was? Just my thoughts.

  17. FBfan on October 10th, 2010 1:41 pm

    Just goes to show you camas will be camas and union will be union. Alot of trash talk when you dont play each other. Union left so now you have your time in the sun.

  18. wsumj on October 10th, 2010 2:07 pm

    PopPrep… Dont kid yourself bro. If you think that game didnt count… Talk to those boys that played it.

    By the way, Union is 2-1 vs Camas? Well geez… thats no big deal. I was beginning to think Camas never beat Union. Whats all the fuss about?

  19. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on October 10th, 2010 2:35 pm

    Neither Camas nor Bay got lucky. Bay did their homework. The pick 6 wasnt a mistake on Camas at all, just an outstanding jump on the ball by a DB who knew the Camas offense. And Camas didnt get lucky either. 58 unanswered points wasnt luck. The Eagles showed up to play, and thats what the coaches told the players at half. Camas came out even stronger in the second half and even got their 2nd and 3rd stringers quite a bit of playing time.

    Running clock streak: 2 :)

  20. K-nute on October 10th, 2010 5:04 pm

    Tiannam…(deep sigh)… seems as though it’s the Camas folks that keep bringing up Union. Anyways, I must have missed the time Camas beat Union, unless your talking ’bout 2007 when there were no Sr.s and only 9 Jr.s playing. Sorry, ‘almost’ doesn’t really count, now does it? Can I get in on this fantasy world that you all can’t seem to bust out of? Seems my life would be so much easier if I didn’t have to live in reality too.

    Timberline was able to run the ball on Camas, Mt. View had nearly 300 yards on the ground and even Columbia River had some sucess running on Camas. So, what would make you think that Camas would stand a chance against one of the best run game offenses in HS football history? Not an overstatement, either. That offense put an end to the longest winning streak in history – ’04 De La Salle, 12 straight undefeated years ’til Bellevue. You do not want any part of this team, and if you think you can hang with them then you are sorely mistaken.

    Go to the video tab & find the ’08 Union/Bellevue game. This is what it looks like when you get your first look at the Wing-T. The young Titans had a solid run D that year and they were totally overmatched & completely dominated by the Wolverines. Hope this provides some perspective for just how well Union played them last year. *note, didn’t try to take credit for ‘almost’ beating them as that would be intellectually dishonest.

    Camas – **red alert – I’m about to say something that could possibly be perceived as derogartory about the mighty Papermakers so get your anti-Union response ready** has a mediocre run defense. What you have in a Camas/Bellevue match-up is basically a perfect storm for a – players return your equipment to the locker room, lets get ready for basketball – thouroughly demoralizing butt kicking blowout loss.

  21. CHSbleachercreature on October 10th, 2010 5:11 pm

    Im just happy we are talking about when we get bellevue :)

  22. greater saint on October 10th, 2010 5:34 pm

    id like to make a point a reference from college football last year the ducks were pretty much unstoppable with their run game yes different from the wing T but still almost unstoppable till ohio state then oregon could not do anything bellvue can be stopped plus their pass game is practically non existent it obvious what there going to do every play

  23. greater saint on October 10th, 2010 5:35 pm

    but i think when camas plays bellvue it is gonna be who can out score the other by the end of regulation

  24. goal post on October 10th, 2010 5:53 pm

    Knute, Camas has a passing game that Union has never had, but you must have forgotten that part.

  25. K-nute on October 10th, 2010 5:56 pm

    Okay, good luck Camas

  26. NAS on October 10th, 2010 6:08 pm

    is it about time the tunder move ahead of skyview in the power rankings?

  27. Hydro on October 10th, 2010 6:26 pm

    Pile on K-nute time. Good luck Camas..now go away and get to a Bellevue game. You really dont want them—seriously! hopefully you get there.

  28. wsumj on October 10th, 2010 6:31 pm

    Since Union and Camas have one common opponent. I am curious…

    Anyone connected (parent, player, coach?) with Mt. View want to give a comparison of the two teams?

    I’m giving a leg up to Union but I am none of the above.

  29. MVHS Athlete on October 10th, 2010 7:08 pm

    I talked to a Mtn View coach right after the Union game and he said that Camas was by far the better team this year.

  30. jackrabbit on October 10th, 2010 7:24 pm

    K-nute, just because you guys could never beat Bellvue does not mean Camas can’t or won’t. Your hand picked all star team choked and you guys will NEVER have that chance again. time to accept reality, Union is history and as for your 4A debut…..early out boys, get the sneakers on….REALITY….

  31. MVHS Athlete on October 10th, 2010 7:36 pm

    jackrabbit…Union is really good this year. I mean their defense hasnt givin up points in how long?

  32. wsumj on October 10th, 2010 8:06 pm

    That Union defense has given up 2 TDs since the Qwest game. Very impressive.
    Westview put up 14 against the Titans but 7 of those came on a kickoff return.

    The offense and special teams have given up more points then the defense.

  33. Storm from EWU on October 10th, 2010 8:08 pm

    Wow, really bringing Skyview vs Mountain View into this thread?
    I mean that just seems ridiculous, and without any good basis either. Please refer yourself to the quality of opponents that skyview has played vs mountain view. If skyview has another loss and mountain view an unexpected win against a decent team… then lets talk about moving things around.

    Back on topic I dont think Camas’ win is at all marred by HB’s TDs. I think it is always possible for the worst team to get a couple jumps on the best team. Camas responded in spectacular fashion and didnt get bogged down HBs success, which to me is a sign of a team playing with the right mindset.

  34. Tiannam on October 10th, 2010 8:14 pm

    “Your hand picked all star team choked and you guys will NEVER have that chance again”

    True that.

  35. wsumj on October 10th, 2010 9:44 pm

    Storm from EWU says: “Back on topic I dont think Camas’ win is at all marred by HB’s TDs. I think it is always possible for the worst team to get a couple jumps on the best team. Camas responded in spectacular fashion and didnt get bogged down HBs success, which to me is a sign of a team playing with the right mindset.”

    You got that right …They responded with 58 unanswered points.

  36. CHSbleachercreature on October 10th, 2010 10:19 pm

    Tiannam. Your youtube video (you know what im talking about) is hilarious. Probably havent laughed that hard in a while

  37. PopPrep on October 10th, 2010 10:31 pm

    All this nonsense is starting to make me feel light-headed.

    Union never had the kind of passing game that Camas has? Mitch Saylor could pretty much stand on his own merit last year as the best receiver in the league. Add in Nate P. and ya…

    Hand picked all-star team? That’s what happens when a new high school is built man, boundaries are changed and kids go different places. Not just from other schools to Union but from Mt. View to Egreen, Heritage to Mt. View, etc etc.

    Union will not be putting on sneakers after they have been to the dome again. As for all those that are doubting that will happen… again, I just have to point out the game this Friday, Union dominated a team that Heritage had to go into overtime against and struggled for a victory. Union #1 in the GSHL you can bet on it.

    At least we will have more home playoff games at somewhere other than Doc Harris.

    And they also responded with 58 unanswered points against a team that isn’t even close talent wise to Camas. Congrats on beating on the little guy. I’m sure your real proud of yourselves on your hard fought victory… Give me a break. Try that against Bellevue and you are done. I just cannot wait for it to happen, and then I will be the first person here to say “Told you so”. And then guess who will be history next? There is a lot of seniors on this team…

    Can you say “One and Done”?

  38. wsumj on October 10th, 2010 10:55 pm

    PopPrep says: “And they also responded with 58 unanswered points against a team that isn’t even close talent wise to Camas. Congrats on beating on the little guy. I’m sure your real proud of yourselves on your hard fought victory… Give me a break.”

    Bro….Heritage was 1-4 and 0-2 in league. 2 of those 4 loses were against a 2A and 3A school.

    Anyway…congrats to your hard fought victory as well.

  39. PopPrep on October 10th, 2010 10:57 pm

    So you want to go on record as saying H-Bay is a comparable school to Heritage?

    Because those W/L ratios tell you all you need to know…

  40. wsumj on October 10th, 2010 11:05 pm

    Yeah… about W/L ratio… I think it was one of your guys who said it best… Go read post 8 on the Union/Heritage thread. The last sentence will tell you all you need to know. Even a few of your Union buddies agreed.

    Anyway, I am going to bed. I have school in the morning.

  41. wsumj on October 10th, 2010 11:10 pm

    MVHS Athlete… So did you REALLY talk to a MV coach after the game?
    And this said coach stated that Camas was “by far” the better team?

  42. MVHS Athlete on October 10th, 2010 11:16 pm

    Yes i really did. I graduated last year so i know all the coaches and i talked to the line coach and he point blank said Camas was better. I thought it was interesting. But this guy played college football so he knows his stuff. I think the Union D would stuff the Camas O though. The key matchup would be Camas D vs Union O

  43. wsumj on October 10th, 2010 11:27 pm

    Thanks MVHS Athlete!
    That Union D is nasty…. Definitely playing at a high level. As far as the Union O.
    That would be a key matchup. Unions Killer B’s could run all day if Camas doesnt figure out how to contain the run.
    Deal is… Most teams have to start throwing because Camas scores points faster then…

    Epic fail that this game didn’t get scheduled.

  44. CHSbleachercreature on October 10th, 2010 11:40 pm

    Pop prep. Much like union this year, next year for camas will be a question mark. But also like union, i think we have very capable juniors who are ready to step up. Many people said union was done after last year, and look whats happened. An extremely competitive team…. Dont be so quick to judge next year, we are just half way through this year… But heritage is next.. Is it friday yet?

  45. MVHS Athlete on October 10th, 2010 11:46 pm

    But if a team is able to keep the ball away from such a deadly offense. Then what? I wish there was a team good enough before the playoffs that could do that to camas

  46. Banderco on October 10th, 2010 11:50 pm

    The best thing that happened to Camas was HB scoring those points Friday. It showed those kids to not read and believe your own press. Give HB credit they were ready to play and Camas was flat. They should now understand that every game that they have to get better if they want to go anywhere in the post season.

  47. K-nute on October 11th, 2010 12:03 am

    MVHS, that was my point on an earlier post. Someone with a quality run game can control the tempo & the clock and limit Camas’s opportunities on offense. Of course, you still gotta worry about their special teams too, but that is the only way to slow them down. Shame MV had to play them so early in the season.

    Did you know that if MVHS runs the table and finsihes as #2, they will play the same Timberline team that Camas played @ Qwest to open the season?

  48. MeanMachineBleacherCreature on October 11th, 2010 12:09 am

    Ya, that will be interesting to see how that plays out if MV actually does face Timberline in the playoffs or opening round, whichever it is.

  49. MVHS Athlete on October 11th, 2010 12:11 am

    Well Zack marshall tore them up nothing says that the mtn view rushing attack wont do the same thing. Looks like they can finally throw the ball around a little bit too

  50. K-nute on October 11th, 2010 12:16 am

    It’d be the crossover game, Timberline & Capital play for what is essentlally their league title in 2 weeks. Capital is real strong this year, I don’t think Timberline has much of a chance. Capital shut out O’dea, routed a very good 4A Olympia squad and even handed it to Lakes. Capital & Camas keep bouncing back & forth for the #2 3A spot on MaxPreps.

  51. Trunks on October 11th, 2010 12:21 am

    Yeah I agree with mvhs, I think pj and the mv rushing attack would have their way with timberlines D. I think the more interesting matchup would be timerlines O vs mv’s D. Timerbline had a very capable quarterback and that #2 seemed like he had big play ability. All hypothetical, of course, but I don’t see anyone getting in mv’s way for the 2nd spot in 3a.

  52. greater saint on October 11th, 2010 12:27 am

    camas probably is one and done this year too many seniors will be lost next season but hey that 1 is better then unions none :) yeah union made it to the dome congrats and you almost won the state title but guess what almost only counts in horse shoes and hand grenades in football there is no consolation prize camas has the chance to beat bellvue union did too stop thw wing t and ur golden

  53. CHSbleachercreature on October 11th, 2010 12:29 am

    Easier said than done. But with odin and kaika… Who knows

  54. CHSbleachercreature on October 11th, 2010 12:31 am

    Oh and yea, mv kelso game friday is the decider for 2 and 3

  55. robman7789 on October 11th, 2010 8:33 am

    TO GREATER WING: wow..just wow…that was quite a statement. Seems like you forgot that your Papermakers got skinned last year in the final home game (LOL). With the shot you just gave – I’ll be rooting for “whomever plays Camas” in the 3A playoffs this year. Jealousy reigns supreme in the Camas fan family…

  56. GSHL Fotball Fan 2010 on October 11th, 2010 8:48 am

    Camas wins the league tile, after that MV, Kelso and CR are in the running for the 2nd and 3rd playoff spot. Mt View does seem to be the favorite to finish 2nd, they have the better overall talent of the remaining 3 teams. However games are won or lost on the playing field. It will be an interesting finish in the 3A GSHL.

  57. MVHS Athlete on October 11th, 2010 8:51 am

    Does the number two play home or away?

  58. domeseeker on October 11th, 2010 10:11 am

    wsumj.. i remember union beating camas in a scrimmage at osu. even tho tht doesnt matter cuz the varsity record is 2-1 union. we know camas did a good job against bay. but wen push comes to shove i jus see union having a better overall team than camas. thts it

  59. wsumj on October 11th, 2010 6:39 pm

    Domeseeker… I’m going to have to agree with you. I think Camas would have a hard time containing the Killer B’s.

    A friend of a friend mentioned that the Camas/Union freshmen were playing this week. He wasn’t sure about JV. Looks like all we will have this season.

  60. SWWaFootballFan on October 11th, 2010 7:39 pm

    We forget the epic game last season between the two schools.

    Union won that game but it took a huge comeback on their part, and done through big plays by their seniors.

    Camas proved they could move the ball on that team ( I would venture to say that Union team is better than this current version )

    This is virtually the same Camas offense with what so far as been an upgrade at RB.

    A real real shame they don’t play this year. Could care less who wins, would just be a real treat.

    Come on coaches how bout a December game with all the money going to charity!!!!

    Screw the WIAA!! :)

  61. Union dad on October 11th, 2010 7:53 pm

    Swwafootballfan, I AGREE!!!!!

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