Carson Frawley scored the go-ahead basket with 24 seconds left as the Camas boys basketball team overcame a slow start to edge Skyview 68-67.
Skyview jumped to a 20-6 lead after the first quarter. The Camas began chipping away, trailing 38-28 at halftime and 49-44 after three quarters.
Frawley scored seven of his game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter for Camas (3-0).
The last two minutes of the game saw each team trade the lead and hit big shots.
Drew Triplett had helped Camas grab a 64-62 lead with 1:20 left. He made a basket, then stole the inbounds pass and passed to Jacob Gray, who made two free throws after being fouled.
Skyview responded with Squeeky Johnson making a 3-pointer to retake the lead.
Frawley put Camas back ahead 66-65 when Triplett found him cutting to the basket with 57 seconds left.
Once again, Johnson put Skyview back ahead, scoring on a drive with 39 seconds left.
That set the stage for Frawley’s game-winner, shaking his defender and finishing at the rim.
Johnson’s drive to the basket on the game’s last possession was unsuccessful.
Drew and Gray finished with 10 points each for the Papermakers.
Mehkai Brooks scored 21 points and Johnson had 16 for Skyview (2-2).
Camas and Union remain the lone unbeaten teams in the 4A/3A Greater St. Helens League.
EVERGREEN 75, HERITAGE 61 — Peyton Albers scored 20 points, Jayden Stanley added 17 and the Plainsmen pulled away for a home win.
Joey Jack scored 12 points and had 12 rebounds for Evergreen (2-2). Freshman Lenin Fierro came off the bench to score 11 points.
Leading 28-26 at halftime, Evergreen took -control by outscoring Heritage 22-15 in the third quarter.
Quincy Gill scored 26 points and Quincy Caston added 12 for Heritage (0-3).
PRAIRIE 50, MOUNTAIN VIEW 31 — Claire Heitschmidt scored 20 points to lead the Falcons to a home win.
Hannah Clouse scored nine points and Jordan Peterson had eight points for Prairie (2-1), which led 16-5 after the first quarter.
Nina Peterson scored 12 points to lead Mountain View (1-3).
HERITAGE 69, EVERGREEN 24 — Katie Peneueta and Keanna Salavea each had double-doubles as the Timberwolves cruised to a home win.
Peneueta, an Air Force signee, had 28 points and 18 rebounds.
Salavea, a freshman, had 23 points and 13 rebounds as Heritage improved to 1-3.
Hilary Yoon had 12 points for Evergreen