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Camas captains, from left, Drew Clarkson, Reilly Hennessey, Nate Beasley and Zach Eagle take the field for the final time for the coin toss of the State 4A championship game at the Tacoma Dome, Saturday, December 7, 2013. (Steven Lane/The Columbian) This cold snap is snapping records. How long will it continue? Check out the week’s weather forecast for Clark County here.This weekend’s top stories and news you may have missed:Camas loses state title game to Chiawana on game’s final playTACOMA — This team had one purpose. This team was built for a state championship. This was not a team happy just to get here, to the final game of the 2013 Washington high school football season. So when it all came crashing down, when they had the ultimate prize ripped away from them on the last play, well, the Camas Papermakers were simply in a state of shock.They quietly accepted the second-place trophy, then found friends, family, and of course, each other, looking for support.There really was nothing else to do.The Chiawana Riverhawks scored two touchdowns in the final minute to stun the Papermakers 27-26 in the Class 4A state high school football championship game Saturday night in the Tacoma Dome.Read the full story here.Snow causes crashes, school closures in Clark CountyA morning shot of snowfall snarled traffic, caused dozens of crashes and closed some schools around Clark County on Friday.