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For the tenth year in a row the Beautify Bonney Lake event took place on Sept. 21. About 500 volunteers spent roughly three hours working throughout Bonney Lake. There were three major projects the event focused on, executive director Lillian McGinnis said.
The annual haunted house collects donations for the Bonney Lake Food Bank
The Bonney Lake Panthers won their second game of the season beating the Enumclaw Hornets 14-7 Friday at Pete's Pool.
Undefeated seasons don't happen often, Sumner's boy's tennis coach Chris Heacox said. But that's exactly what the Spartans did during the 2013-2014 season, they went undefeated 12-0.
The Panthers take on the Hornets at 7 p.m. tonight at the Enumclaw Expo Center. Check our website for live updates throughout the game or follow me on Twitter, @swehmann_BLCH.
Bonney Lake boy's tennis team won their last regular season match beating Kennedy Catholic 76-66 on Monday, Oct. 14. The Panthers finish in second place behind Enumclaw with an overall record of 8-3.
The Bonney Lake boy's tennis team lost its last regular season match 3-2 against Peninsula on Tuesday, Oct. 15. The Panthers end the regular season with a record of 8-3.
The Sumner Spartans remain undefeated beating the Orting Cardinals 24-23 in a close game on Friday. Spartans fought their way to a one point victory over Orting Friday at home. Sumner was quick to score and took a 17-0 lead in the second with 8:40 to play in the half.
The Bonney Lake Panthers won its first game of the season 38-19 Thursday on the road against the Decatur Gators. Decatur was quick to score, taking a 7-0 lead less than two minutes into the game. The Panthers struggled in the first half with penalties and turnovers when it looked like Bonney Lake’s offense was building momentum.
Bonney Lake senior Kash Koltermann and his younger brother sophomore Curtis have played sports since they were little. Kash said their dad is the one who got them into playing sports. “They have always had awesome support from home,” Bonney Lake golf coach JD Rushton said. “Their dad is at every match. You don’t see that often.”
The White River Education Foundation will host its third annual fundraising event October 26.
Bonney Lake Panthers beat Lakes 69-47 on Oct. 10 at High Cedars Golf Club. The Panthers finish the season 7-3 and 2nd in the SPSL. The medalist was Harrison Bragg from Lakes with 2 over par.
Sumner faces off against Orting tonight at 7 p.m. at Sunset Chev Stadium. The Spartans hope to stay undefeated as they face the 3-2 Cardinals.
Bonney Lake Panthers travel to Decatur this evening to take on the Gators at 7 p.m. in Federal Way. The Panthers look to win their first game of the season. Check our website for live updates from the game.
It's that time of year again, to take the plunge into Lake Tapps for domestic violence awareness. October was declared Domestic Violence Awareness Month by Mayor Neil Johnson at the Oct. 8 city council meeting.
October was declared Community Forestry Month by Mayor Neil Johnson during the Bonney Lake City Council meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 8.
Almost three out of four Americans know someone who is currently or has been a victim of domestic violence, according to the Domestic Violence Resource Center’s website.
Like the Pacific Northwest, the rainy season has begun in Uganda and many children lack proper footwear. Walking barefoot can lead to infection and disease that could leave those without shoes disabled or permanently disfigured. Agape Adoptions is collecting new or gently-used children's shoes in all sizes to help youths living in a children's home in Kampala, Uganda.