Camas High School

26900 SE 15th St Camas, WA, USA

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Efraimson can run with pros, but will she become one? Brandon Miles Jun 17, 2014

Plenty of discussion has been generated through various media outlets for track & field including articles by Flotrack and Runner's World over the past few days on whether or not Alexa Efraimson will turn pro for her senior year of high school and take a similar path as another high school female distance running phenom Mary Cain did this past year in becoming a paid and supported professional runner during her senior year of high school after essentially running a pro circuit schedule of races while training under Nike Oregon Project coach Alberto Salazar as a high school junior but keeping her amateur status.

Alexa Efraimson - The Next Big Thing Brandon Miles Apr 8, 2014

As part of the adidas Golden Stripes tour, Alexa Efraimson was visited for a video feature in the early stages of her junior season of outdoor track as she preps for a big stretch of races that ultimately will lead her to running in the high school girls Dream Mile race at the adidas Grand Prix on June 14th at Icahn Stadium in New York. 

Stars of the Day Columbian Sep 30, 2007

 Priscilla Timmons, Skyview girls cross country, finished in the top three in the Division 2 race at the Nike Pre-National Invitational at Portland Meadows, helping the Storm girls finish second in the team standings. Camas placed sixth and Heritage was seventh.

Boys Cross Country Report Columbian Sep 29, 2007

Papermakers at Pre-NatsContinuing their pursuit for bigger challenges, the Camas Papermakers went to the Nike Pre-Nationals meet at Portland Meadows and raced with the big boys.

Geiger counts on having big year Brian Smith Sep 6, 2006

For Camas junior Shane Geiger, cross country is more than a race. More than a competition of which runner or team is fastest. For Geiger, it\'s a proving ground. The ultimate competition. \"I\'m very competitive,\" Geiger said. \"I run to win. I have a hard time holding myself back. I want to win, and I want everyone to know that I won when I did.\" That competitive streak has served Geiger well thus far. He placed 30th at the Class 3A state championships last year as a sophomore.