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Prep roundup: Camas soccer rolls to title

Papermakers top Olympia 3-1 in bi-district final

By , Columbian Sports Editor

The Camas girls soccer team beat Olympia 3-1 in the District 3/4 championship match on Thursday in Olympia.

Maddie Johnson and Lily Loughney scored first-half goals before Bella Burns put the Papermakers ahead 3-0 in the second half.

Camas (18-0) heads into the Class 4A state playoffs having allowed just seven goals all season. The Papermakers are ranked No. 1 in the WIAA’s RPI rankings.

The Papermakers are headed to state after missing the tournament in 2019. Prior to that, Camas had reached the state semifinals four consecutive years, winning the 4A title in 2016.

CURTIS 3, UNION 2, PK — The Vikings rallied from a 2-0 deficit in the first half to forced a penalty kick shootout and end the Titans season.

After regulation and overtime ended 2-2, Curtis won the shootout 5-4.

2A Soccer

COLUMBIA RIVER 3, R.A. LONG 1 — Ava Lapinskas scored twice as the Rapids advanced to the state playoffs by winning a loser-out game at home.

Andie Buckley had two assists and Ivy Henderson also scored as River built a 3-0 first-half lead.

TUMWATER 2, WASHOUGAL 0 — The host Thunderbirds scored just before halftime and again in the second half to earn a state berth.

Washougal’s season ends at 12-8.

1A football

EATONVILLE 44, SETON CATHOLIC 6 — The Cougars’ first foray into the postseason came to an end in the Class 1A state preliminary round in Spanaway.

The Cruisers, ranked No. 2 in the Associated Press Class 1A poll, jumped to a 41-0 lead in the first quarter.

Joe Callerame found Sean Emberlin for a 4-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to put Seton (3-7) on the board.

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