Addison Harris scored 14 points, freshman Reagan Jamison hit four 3-pointers and the Camas girls basketball team opened its season with a 71-46 win over Kelso on Tuesday.
Jamison sparked Camas early, scoring all 12 of her points in the first quarter. That allowed the Papermakers to build a 24-12 lead en route to a 4A/3A Greater St. Helens League home win.
Leading 40-28 at halftime, Camas pulled away by outscoring Kelso 18-5 in the third quarter.
Erin Tack scored 17 points for Kelso.
SKYVIEW 66, MOUNTAIN VIEW 39 — The Storm jumped to a 22-1 lead after one quarter and rolled to a season-opening win.
Rowyn Riley scored 20 points, while Maddie Hendricks and Jordan Hallett each had 15 points for Skyview.
Katelyn Henderson scored 14 points and Victoria Schneider added 13 for Mountain View.
PRAIRIE 34, HERITAGE 30 — The Falcons’ defense clamped down in the fourth quarter, allowing just three points as Prairie held on for the win.
CAMAS 87, KELSO 64 — Drew Triplett scored 13 of his 19 points in the first quarter as Camas opened the season by beating a Kelso team forced to play on the road.
The game originally scheduled to be in Kelso was moved to Camas after Cowlitz County fell into Phase 2 of the state’s COVID restrictions.
Camas pulled away in the third quarter, outscoring Kelso 21-6 to take a 70-46 lead.
Ethan Mitchell scored 18 points for the Hilanders.
SKYVIEW 67, MOUNTAIN VIEW 41 — Mehkai Brooks scored 15 of his team-high 17 points in the first quarter as the Storm opened with a home win.
Keleb Storaci added 13 points for Skyview, which had 21 offensive rebounds and forced 22 turnovers.
Austin Lee led Mountain View with 20 points.