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Dec. 7, 2023

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Non-league football: Camas 53, Kamiak 0

The Columbian

Trenton Swanson scored three touchdowns (one each on offense, defense and special teams) as Camas routed Kamiak 53-0 on Friday at Doc Harris Stadium.

Swanson returned an interception 51 yards for a touchdown, part of a 20-point first quarter for the Papermakers.

In the second quarter, the senior then caught a 6-yard pass from Jake Davidson, who completed 15 of 18 passes for 172 yards and two touchdowns.

Swanson put Camas ahead 39-0 before halftime with a 64-yard punt return for a touchdown. He finished with seven catches for a game-high 111 yards.

Beau Harlan rushed for two touchdowns and Titan Brody had 101 yards rushing, including a 23-yard touchdown.


Kamiak 0 0 0 0—0

Camas 20 19 7 7—53

First Quarter

C — Beau Harlan 2 run (Jackson Tyler kick)

C — Trenton Swanson 51 interception return (Tyler kick)

C — Anthony Forner 11 pass from Jake Davidson (kick failed)

Second Quarter

C — Swanson 6 pass from Davidson (try failed)

C — Harlan 4 run (Tyler kick)

C — Swanson 64 punt return (kick failed)

Third Quarter

C — Titan Brody 23 run (Tyler kick)

Fourth Quarter

C — Grady Milholen 3 run (Tyler kick)



RUSHING — Brody 9-101, Harlan 5-15, Simon Jarrell 3-12, Alex Hroza 1-3, Milholen 1-3, Hayden Ollmann 1-(-1).

PASSING — Davidson 15-18-172-0-2, Milholen 4-7-56-1-0.

RECEIVING — Swanson 7-111, Forner 4-28, Nikko Speer 2-18, Zuko Lopez 3-35, Jack Macdonald 1-26, Preston Baker 1-16, Cole Parker 1-(-6).

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