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The final score of the Dec. 16 contest was 64-28.
“I really thought we would give them more of a challenge than we did and maybe even get a little payback from them beating us in the state tournament last year,” Peninsula coach Kerry Yousey said. “If I would have known that we were going to be whipped in every phase of the game like we did, I would have called ahead and told them that there was too much snow on our side of the Narrows Bridge and we were not going to be able to make the trip.”Spartans crash in game against Clover Park, 66-39
Sumner came out strong in the first quarter and outscored Clover Park 12-8. The boys rotated the ball and took good percentage shots.
As the game continued Clover Park’s size and athletic ability took over in the paint.Bonney Lake improves to 3-1 with win over Lions
The Panthers beat Auburn Mountainview 42-32 on the road Dec. 16. The victory puts the girls in third place in the South Puget Sound League 3A with a 3-1 record and a 5-1 record overall. Enumclaw and White River are tied at the top with 3-0 records.
Bonney Lake outscored the Lions in three of the four quarters. The Panthers took a 5-4 advantage in the first quarter and outscored the Lions 15-10 in the second to go into the halftime break with a 20-14 lead.Panthers fall short in triple OT
Bonney Lake battled the Lions in each quarter with four Panthers scoring in double figures.
“The kids worked very hard on both teams,” coach John Hofstrand said. “It was a fun game to be part of and I appreciated the way the kids played.”Icy roads keep Panthers at home for holidays
It was the only good news in a dismal week for Enumclaw High wrestling, which hasn’t been able to take the mat for practice or competition since Dec. 17.Weather works in favor of EHS for clean record
The Hornets managed a convincing 59-38 road victory over Peninsula High the evening of Dec. 16, then saw their Dec. 19 home contest against Clover Park wiped out due to snow and icy roads.Sports Brief
The Rainier Plateau Junior Rugby Highlanders will offer outdoor skill sessions from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday and Monday at the Bonney Lake High School football field.