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Addison Harris gets 1,000th career point as Camas girls win at Capital Invitational in Washington, D.C.

Senior eclipsed milestone with late rebound basket that helped seal a 51-45 win over Maret of Washington, D.C.

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Camas junior Keirra Thompson poses with an official with the Capitol Invitational in Washington, D.C., after being named the game’s MVP after the Papermakers’ 51-45 win over Maret of Washington, D.C.
Camas junior Keirra Thompson poses with an official with the Capitol Invitational in Washington, D.C., after being named the game’s MVP after the Papermakers’ 51-45 win over Maret of Washington, D.C. (Photo courtesy of Scott Thompson) Photo Gallery

Addison Harris had a rebound basket with 40 second left to notch her 1,000th career point and help the Camas girls basketball team seal a 51-45 win over Maret of Washington, D.C., Thursday at the Capital Invitational in Washington D.C.

“It was a crazy game,” Camas coach Scott Thompson said. “Maret was as fast and physical as any team we have seen. The girls handled the pressure well and came out with a huge win.”

Camas held a 36-28 lead after three quarter, but Maret cut the deficit to two points with three minutes.

Riley Sanz then hit a floater to put Camas up four. After Maret answered with a basket, Keirra Thompson knocked down a 3-pointer to stretch the lead back to five.

Sanz and Thompson both hit a pair of free throws before Harris’ putback basket with 40 seconds left sealed the win. Harris became the first Camas girls basketball player to hit the 1,000-career point mark.

Thompson led Camas with 14 points and five assists and was selected as the game’s MVP by the Capital Invitational representatives.

Sanz added 10 points, Harris had nine points and eight rebounds, and Reagan Jamison added six points, nine rebounds and four steals.

The Papermakers (3-0) now move to the She Got Game Classic with games Friday and Saturday at nearby Springfield, Virginia. Camas faces Whitney Young of Chicago on Friday (tipoff 1 p.m. Pacific), then plays Archbishop Carroll of Radnor, Penn., on Saturday (tipoff 7:40 a.m. Pacific).

CAMAS 51, MARET (D.C.) 45

CAMAS — Reagan Jamison 6, Riley Sanz 10, Sophie Buzzard 6, Parker Mairs 6, Baylie Farra 0, Brianna Forbes 0, Addison Harris 9, Keirra Thompson 14. Totals 17-47 (6-25) 11-20 51.

MARET — Addison Marcus 6, Claire Mathews 6, River Adams 7, London Liley 17, Kennedy Austin 9. Totals 15-53 (6-23) 9-19 45.

Camas 10 12 14 15—51

Maret   4 12 12 17—45

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