Under less-than-ideal conditions, Camas senior Braeden Campbell had the perfect round of golf Tuesday at Camas Meadows.
Campbell only needed nine putts to get through his nine-hole round and finished with three birdies and an eagle to shoot a 5-under-par 31.
“That tied our lowest score ever for Camas golf,” Camas golf coach Ed Givens said. “(Brian) Humphreys shot a 31 last year at Green Mountain. But that was on a nice, perfect day. But it has been raining forever and there was zero roll on Tuesday. But he just couldn’t miss. I watched him putt three of the last four holes. On one, he had a 20-foot snake and he just drained it.”
Campbell’s round helped Camas roll to a 144-177 victory over Hudson’s Bay.
“It was a kid playing his heart out on such a lousy day,” Givens said.
Stars of the day
• Daniel Nehnevaj and Alex Stelbicki, Columbia River boys cross country, outkicked Kelso’s Magnus Wichmann at the wire to send Columbia River to a 27-29 3A GSHL league dual win over the Hilanders. Nehnevaj finished in 16:30.00, followed by Stelbicki in 16:36.47 and Wichmann at 16:36.59.
• Huong Nguyen, Prairie volleyball, had 13 kills and four aces to lead the Falcons to a 3A GSHL opening win over Fort Vancouver.
• Evi Wilson, Columbia River volleyball, had 13 kills and nine digs as River swept past Mountain View.
• Nicolette Nesbitt, Woodland volleyball, had 24 assists and two aces as the Beavers swept past White Salmon.
• Alyssa Carnes, La Center volleyball, had 12 kills, five blocks and four aces in a 3-0 win over Castle Rock.
• Ashley Watkins, Seton Catholic volleyball, had 12 kills, 11 digs and six assists in the Cougars’ win over Ilwaco.
• Dianne Walter, King’s Way Christian volleyball, had 15 kills and two aces to help the Knights beat Toledo.
• Emily Griffith, Battle Ground girls soccer, had three goals in the Tigers’ 5-1 win over Heritage.
• Easton Kawawaki, Columbia River girls soccer, had a goal and an assist in the Chieftains’ 3-0 win over Mountain View.
• Gracey Trice, Woodland girls soccer, had two goals and an assist in a win over Stevenson.
• James Breen, Heritage boys cross country, edged Kaden Harbertson of Skyview by two seconds to win at Skyview in 16:22.
• Spencer Tibbits, Fort Vancouver boys golf, shot an even-par 36 at Club Green Meadows as Fort beat Evergreen.