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Feb. 26, 2024

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Non-league football: Camas 49, Evergreen 21

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Chase McGee caught touchdown passes of 50 and 56 yards as Camas scored 35 points in the first quarter to roll past Evergreen 49-21.

Camas totaled 410 yards of offense in the first half — 233 passing and 177 rushing — as the Papermakers built a 49-7 halftime lead. The Papermaker defense held Evergreen to 28 yards of offense in the first half.

Jake Davidson completed 11 of 13 passes for 203 yards and three touchdowns, all three coming on Camas’ first three possessions.

Camas (5-1) will take a five-game winning streak into its 4A Greater St. Helens League opener next Friday against Skyview.

Camas 49, Evergreen 21

E – 7     0   7   7  – 21

C – 35  14  0  0  – 49

First Quarter

C – Chase McGee 50 pass from Jake Davidson (Jackson Tyler kick)

C – McGee 56 pass from Davidson (Tyler kick)

C – Jack Macdonald 18 pass from Davidson (Tyler kick)

C – Juko Lopez 19 interception return (Tyler kick)

E – Amani Jackson 14 run (Kevin Jimenez kick)

C – Beau Harlan 2 run (Tyler kick)

Second Quarter

C – Alex Holley 2 run (Tyler kick)

C – Alex Hroza 7 run (Tyler kick)

Third Quarter

E – Arthur Ban 6 pass from Jayden Crace (Jimenez kick)

Fourth Quarter

E – Ryder Keplar 20 pass from Crace (Jimenez kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING — Evergreen: James Bethune 7-33, Jayden Crace 4-18, Amani Jackson 8-21, Terrance Saryon 2-2. Camas: Titan Brody 8-77, Davidson 2-23, Beau Harlan 6-37, Kona Figuera 3-11, Holley 2-8, Hroza 5-28, Hayden Ollman 5-21, Grady Milholen 2-11, Victor Tran 2-6.

PASSING — Evergreen: Crace 9-21-2-99; Camas: Davidson 11-13-0-203; Grady Milholen 4-7-0-30.

RECEIVING — Evergreen: Arthur Ban 4-51, Anthony Lamberth 3-14, Terrance Saryon 1-4, Keplar 1-20. Camas: Chase McGee 2-107, Trenton Swanson 4-45, Juko Lopez 3-32, Jack Macdonald 1-18, Beau Harlan 1-1, Cole Park 1-8, Milholen 2-13.

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