Game Recap – Camas 35 Prairie 6

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 1, 2011

Camas jumped out to a 21-0 first quarter lead at home Friday night then coasted to a 35-6 league victory over the visiting Prairie Falcons. Camas RB Zack Marshall struck first on a 19 yard run. Marshall ran for 98 yards on 14 carries. QB Tony Gennaro hit is first of two passing touchdowns next when he found Zach Eagle form 11 yards out. Gennaro threw for 188 yards in the win. Sophomore RB Nate Beasley ran for scores of 6 and 2 yards. Prairie played without starting QB Colin Seitz who suffered a concussion in last week’s 70-0 win over Fort Vancouver. Jesse Zalk scored the Falcons only points on night on a 1 yard run. Camas has only allowed 26 total points in their 4 wins this season.

Camas improves their record to 4-1 on the season and 3-0 in league play with the win. The Papermakers will travel to Hudson’s Bay (0-5 0-2) Friday at Kiggins Bowl, 5:00 p.m. Prairie falls to 2-3 on the season and 1-2 in league play with the loss. The Falcons will travel to Columbia River (4-1 2-1) Friday at Chieftain Stadium, 7:00 p.m.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Prairie Falcons
0
0
0
6

6

Camas Papermakers
21
0
14
0

35

First quarter

Cam — Zack Marshall 19 run (Roldan Alcobendas kick)
Cam — Zach Eagle 11 pass from Tony Gennaro (Alcobendas kick)
Cam — Nate Beasley 6 run (Alcobendas kick)

Third quarter

Cam — John Norcross 8 pass from Gennaro (Alcobendas kick)
Cam — Beasley 2 run (Alcobendas kick)

Fourth quarter

Pra — Jesse Zalk 1 run (kick failed)

Individual statistics

Rushing — Prairie: Jesse Zalk 10-57, Tyler Duncan 9-22, Preston Brooks 10-(minus 2), Colton Prestwich 4-36, Tyler Vea 1-4, David Taylor 1-(minus 3). Camas: Zack Marshall 14-98, Nate Beasley 10-30, Tony Gennaro 3-(minus 2), Adam Dawson 2-4, Jared Borja 2-(minus 2).

Passing — Prairie: Preston Brooks 8-15-3-41. Camas: Gennaro 11-17-2-188, Reilly Hennessey 2-4-0-37.

Receiving — Prairie: Zalk 3-14, Vea 4-24 Ansel Cecil 1-3. Camas: Jonathan Warner 3-39, Zach Eagle 3-63, Marshall 1-14, John Norcross 2-15, Kamari Brown 1-22, John Payne 1-35, Jorden Payne 1-18, Dylan White 1-19.

 

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Comments

3 Responses to “Game Recap – Camas 35 Prairie 6”

  1. Pingutrump on October 1st, 2011 4:01 am

    Really wish it could’ve been seitz starting.. This is where people start with the what ifs. What if seitz had played.. Would prairie have score? Would seitz pass for 300 yards like he has a tendency to do? Would prairie have a chance at winning? The are all questions that I wish would be answered, but sorry to see such great players all over swwa getting hurt.. Nice bounce back camas!

  2. John on October 1st, 2011 4:40 pm

    That’s football!!! Players get hurt in key positions too often than not and then you wonder how good they could have been. Take Camas last year loosing both Grindy and Marshall. How deep could they have gone in the playoffs with them in the lineup. We will never know. One thing is for sure Prairie played their hearts out even after falling far behind by 21 in the first quarter. I was impressed by the backup quarterback. He showed good poise under pressure. Good luck the rest of the season Prairie!!!!!!!!!

  3. watching on October 2nd, 2011 10:28 am

    prairie played with there 3rd string QB there second string got hurt first play of the game. they elimated there passing game after the first drive and were forced to run the ball. they moved the ball pretty well on the ground against a good camas defense

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