Camas volleyball stormed back from a 0-2 hole to win a tense five-set match in Kelso, triumphing in a clash between the leaders of the 4A and 3A Greater St. Helens Leagues.
Camas (6-0) dropped the first two sets 25-16 and 25-22. Those were the first sets the Papermakers have lost in a regulation match this season.
But Camas stayed resilient, taking the third set 25-23 and the fourth 25-21.
Then the Papermakers outlasted Kelso in the fifth set, winning 19-17.
Emmy Hansen had a standout match for Camas with a team-high 16 kills, along with 14 digs.
Chloe Asciutto was a force at the net for the Papermakers with seven blocks to go with nine kills.
Cami Young had 15 kills and five blocks, while Halle Reiter led Camas with 26 digs.
Kelso (5-3) is undefeated in the 3A GSHL. Its only losses are to 4A schools Camas, Skyview and Union.
Stars of the day
- Ellie Ritter, Hockinson girls soccer, scored the Hawks’ first two goals en route to a 7-1 win over Mark Morris.
- Jack Kendrick and Alden Fay, Columbia River boys golf, each shot even-par 37 to lead the Rapids to a 150-173 win over Ridgefield at Tri-Mountain.
- Allen Kim, Skyview boys golf, shot 1-under 36 to lead the Storm past Battle Ground at Tri-Mountain.
- Shaela Bradley, La Center girls soccer, scored four goals in a 5-0 win over Castle Rock.
- Morgan Harter, Ridgefield volleyball, had nine kills, seven digs and 19 assists in a sweep of Woodland.
- Andie Buckley, Columbia River girls soccer, scored a hat trick in a 7-1 win over Hudson’s Bay.
- Anna Chaffee, Washougal girls soccer, made the winning kick in a PK shootout, which Washougal won 4-3, as the Panthers beat Ridgefield.
- Allison Smith, King’s Way Christian girls soccer, scored a hat trick, including the winning goal in overtime, as the Knights beat Columbia-White Salmon 4-3 on the road.