Scenes from Homecoming 2012 | SLIDESHOW

The Panthers beat the Gators 27-14, but the real fun was in the stands.

Members of the Bonney Lake High School Scream Team cheer on the Panthers during Homecoming Oct.5 at Sunset Chev Stadium.

Hundreds of students cheered the Bonney Lake Panthers to their first South Puget Sound League 3A win of the year during the annual Homecoming game at Sunset Chev Stadium Oct. 5.

Behind the roar of their hometown fans, the Panthers beat the Gators 27-14.

But while the game may have been on the field, the real fun was in the stands with the band, the Scream Team and a loud bleacher section packed with Panther faithful.

Photos by Brian Beckley

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