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Tumanuvao, Bea take home top honors at National Football Foundation banquet

Stars from Camas, Washougal each earn $3,500 scholarship

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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After being selected The Columbian's All-Region football player of the year, Camas senior Tai Tumanuvao said credit goes to the entire Camas offensive line.
After being selected The Columbian's All-Region football player of the year, Camas senior Tai Tumanuvao said credit goes to the entire Camas offensive line. (Nathan Howard/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Camas’ Tai Tumanuvao picked up one more honored as he earned a top honor at the Clark County Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame annual awards banquet Wednesday night at Hudson’s Bay High School.

Tumanuvao, The Columbian All Region football player of the year, earned one of two $3,500 scholarships awarded. Tumanuvao earned the honor for the top lineman.

Picking up the $3,500 scholarship as the top back was Washougal’s Brevan Bea.

Football players selected to win awards were based on criteria like athletic accomplishments, academic achievement and community leadership.

Earning the second-place prize of a $2,500 scholarship as lineman was La Center’s Max Muffett. Washougal’s Tommy Liston earned the third-place prize of $1,500.

Hockinson’s Peyton Brammer earned the second-place prize for back. Ridgefield’s Hunter Abrams and Skyview’s Mason Wheeler shared the third-place back prize, each receiving $750 in scholarship money.

In other awards, Prairie’s Mike Peck and Washougal’s Dave Hajek were selected as co-coaches of the year.

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