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Reid Tennant’s big game leads Camas past Evergreen 42-14

Running back has 175 yards, 3 TDs

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Camas running back Reid Tennant heads through the line for a gain during the Papermakers’ 42-14 win over Evergreen at McKenzie Stadium on Friday, Oct. 7, 2022.
Camas running back Reid Tennant heads through the line for a gain during the Papermakers’ 42-14 win over Evergreen at McKenzie Stadium on Friday, Oct. 7, 2022. (Tim Martinez/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Look out, 4A Greater St. Helens League. The Camas Papermakers are rolling with confidence heading into league play.

“We’re going to for sure win these next three games. For sure,” junior running back Reid Tennant said. “I have confidence.

There is reason for that confidence. Tennant rushed for 175 yards and three touchdowns as Camas beat Evergreen 42-14 for the Papermakers’ third consecutive win.

“We got some blocks,” Tennant said. We had some really good pulls. I was just following them. Great blocking.”

Last week, quarterback Taylor Ioane was the standout, completing 16 of 16 passes in a 56-8 win over Kamiak.

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Evergreen’s Josiah Alanis puts a hit on Camas’ Konnoer Limnell during Camas’ 42-14 win over Evergreen at McKenzie Stadium on Friday, Oct. 7, 2022.
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On Friday, the Papermakers’ ground attack took center stage, with Tennant getting 23 carries. Camas rushed for 300 yards against the Plainsmen.

Evergreen (5-1) had some calls go against them early, which turned momentum against the Plainsmen.

Evergreen did not convert a fourth-and-1 at the Camas 41 in the first quarter. The Papermakers then marched downfield for the first touchdown, a 1-yard run by Tennant.

On Evergreen’s next possession, a 33-yard pass to Jonathan Landry to the Camas 2 was wiped out by a penalty.

Camas (3-3) followed up that with another scoring drive, going up 13-0 on Titan Brody’s 11-yard touchdown run.

From there, the Camas defense took over, shutting down Evergreen’s running attack.

Evergreen tried to get back into the game in the third quarter when Jayden Crace hit Shaudez Grant on a 80-yard touchdown pass, cutting Camas’ lead to 28-7.

But touchdown runs by Brody and Tennant pushed Camas to a 42-7 lead.

Ioane completed 13 of 17 passes for 142 yards and one touchdown as Camas was firing on all cylinders.

Up next is a showdown with Skyview next Friday at Kiggins Bowl, followed by league games against Union and Battle Ground.

“We’ve been dominating,” Tennant said of Camas’ three-game win streak. “We’ve been really good on our run game, pass game. It’s all been good.”

CAMAS 42, EVERGREEN 14

Camas 7 14 14 7—42

Evergreen 0 0 7 7—14

First quarter

C — Reid Tennant 1 run (Ethan Ouchi kick)

Second quarter

C — Titan Brody 11 run (kick blocked)

C — Trenton Swanson 11 pass from Taylor Ioane (Ioane run)

Third quarter

C — Tennant 14 run (Ouchi kick)

E — Shaudez Grant 80 pass from Jayden Crace (Gavin Herbert kick)

C — Brody 1 run (Ouchi kick)

Fourth quarter

C — Tennant 2 run (Ouchi kick)

E — Anthony Lambert 47 pass from Khalil Osbin (Herbert kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Camas: Reid Tennant 23-175, Taylor Ioane 5-24, Titan Brody 8-42, Beau Harlan 2-6, Grady Milholen 1-6, Said Abdullah 4-47. Evergreen Shaudez Grant 7-12, Mark Williams 10-19, Jonathan Landry 3-29, Jayden Crace 6-3, Khalil Osbin 2-4.

PASSING — Camas: Taylor Ioane 13-17-0-142, Jake Davidson 1-1-0-15. Evergreen: Jayden Crace 6-8-1-101, Khalil Osbin 4-13-0-72.

RECEIVING — Camas: Konnor Limnell 3-18, Zach Blair 1-(minus 1), Trenton Swanson 6-94, Ethan Ouchi 1-12, Easton McCarty 2-19, Anthony Forner 1-15. Evergreen: Arthur Ban 3-31, LaDaimian McCord 2-4, Jonathan Landry 2-4, Shaudez Grant 1-80, Anthony Lamberth 2-54.

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