Game Recap – Camas 58 Fort Vancouver 6

Written by Bryan Levesque on October 22, 2011

After scoring 4 touchdowns in the first quarter, Camas started kicking field goals on first and goal in the second quarter as they had no problems with the winless Fort Vancouver Trappers in a 58-6 home win. Five different Papermakers scored touchdowns in the win, led by two rushing touchdowns from RBB Zack Marshall and another pair of scores from WR Jonathan Warner who had both a receiving score and a rushing score. Fort Vancouver QB Jacob Austin ran in a touchdown in the games final minutes from 5 yards out for the Trappers only score.

Camas improves their record to 7-1 on the season and 5-0 in league play with the win. The Papermakers will travel to Kelso (3-5 2-3) Friday at Schroeder Field, 7:00 p.m. Fort Vancouver falls to 0-8 on the season and 0-5 in league play with the loss. The Plainsmen will host Hudson’s Bay (0-8 0-5) Friday at Kiggins Bowl, 5:00 p.m.

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FINAL
Team
1
2
3
4
Total
Fort Vancouver Trappers
0
0
0
6

6

Camas Papermakers
28
23
0
7

58

First quarter

Cam — Jonathan Warner 12 pass from Tony Gannaro (Roldan Alcobendas kick)
Cam — Zack Marshall 4 run (Alcobendas kick)
Cam — Nathan Beasley 20 run (Alcobendas kick)
Cam — Marshall 20 run (Alcobendas kick)

Second quarter

Cam — Alcobendas 27 FG
Cam — Alcobendas 23 FG
Cam — Warner 44 run (Alcobendas kick)
Cam — Zach Eagle 45 punt return (Alcobendas kick)
Cam — Alcobendas 35 FG

Third quarter

Cam — Dylan White 27 pass from Reilly Hennessey (Niko Devera kick)

Fourth quarter

FV — Jacob Austin 5 run (kick blocked)

Leaders

Rushing — Camas — Zack Marshall 5-88, Nathan Beasley 3-61, Tony Gennaro 1-25, Jonathan Warner 2-51, Vincente Huber 5-70, Jared Borja 1-3. Fort — Robert Bain 10-60, Abdul Conteh 5-(minus 2), Jordan Vela 4-10, Jacob Austin 13-(minus 2).

Passing — Camas — Tony Gennaro 8-13-0-125, Reilly Hennessey 7-9-1-108. Fort — Jacob Austin 4-17-1-40.

Receiving — Camas — Zach Eagle 3-64, Jonathan Warner 2-28, Jordan Payne 2-38, Dylan White 2-37, John Norcross 2-26, Huber 1-26, Kyle Goodnow 1-(minus 7), Connor Maloney 1-0, Jack Beall 1-1. Fort — Gaquam White 2-23, Taylor VanHeck 1-9, Marquis Taylor 1-8.

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Comments

6 Responses to “Game Recap – Camas 58 Fort Vancouver 6”

  1. wsumj on October 26th, 2011 11:36 pm

    That hit that Camas #32 had at the 7:11 mark was vicious! Looks like helmet to helmet to me. If thats James Harrison, that would be a $50,000 fine.

  2. Bryan Levesque on October 27th, 2011 12:11 am

    no he led with his shoulder. you are right the NFL would have fined James for the same hit, but that does not make it a bad play. What’s the one thing you are taught to do in that situation if your on defense??? KEEP YOUR HEAD ON A SWIVEL! Because if you don’t… you end up on the wrong end of a slow motion highlight clip.

  3. wsumj on October 27th, 2011 6:25 am

    touche!

  4. GSHL Football Fan 2011 on October 27th, 2011 8:12 am

    That hit is definitely helmet to helmet as #32 has to readjust and snap his back into place. Congrats to #11 for getting up and walking off under his own power. He is a really good player for Fort.

  5. Bryan Levesque on October 27th, 2011 9:24 am

    I did not say that Kamari’s helmet didn’t touched the Fort players helmet. DUH. What I said was he led with his shoulder. Guess what… your helmet is at the front of your body and it’s going to make contact with other players helmets at times (a lot). Clean hit, PERIOD! As I said before, keep your head on a swivel and things like that don’t happen. There is a difference in “two helmets making contact during a hit” and “leading with your helmet”. As for Vela, you are right, he got right back up and keep playing. Good for him! He’s one of the many players putting together above average seasons on loosing teams.

  6. Tiannam on October 27th, 2011 8:22 pm

    That’s awesome how the Camas crowd cheered for Fort when they finally put together a good drive and scored.

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