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Prep soccer results from Tuesday, Sept. 28
The Bonney Lake Panthers opened the soccer season with six straight victories, all of the nonleague variety, then started the South Puget Sound League 3A campaign with a victory Tuesday night.
The Panthers used a goal by Savannah Moorehouse in the 59th minute to defeat Decatur High 1-0. Rendi Johnson earned the shutout in goal.
The White River High girls had little trouble Tuesday night, traveling to Eatonville and emerging with a 4-1 victory.
The win improved the Hornets’ overall record to 4-3; the team is 3-2 in South Puget Sound League 2A play.
The Hornets jumped on top early when Ashley Powell scored an unassisted goal in the second minute. Kinsey Gandel added a goal that made it 2-0 at intermission. White River received another Gandel goal at 61 minuttes and Payton Bushaw added the final tally at 69 minutes.
Eatonville got on the scoreboard in the 72nd minute when White River was charged with an “own goal.”
The Enumclaw High Hornets improved their overall record to 4-3 and moved to 2-0 in South Puget Sound League 3A play with a 3-0, Thursday night victory over the Peninsula Seahawks.
Playing at Purdy, the Hornets enjoyed a slim 1-0 halftime lead thanks to an unassisted goal by Nadine Huff. The rest of the scoring came in quick fashion as Kayla Bunderson added two goals, one at 77 minutes and the second just two minutes later.
Caitlin Plese earned the shutout in goal.
The Sumner Spartans moved to 4-0-1 in the South Puget Sound League 2A soccer standings Tuesday night after battling to a 1-1 draw – before winning in a shootout - at Fife. The Spartans are 5-1-1 overall.
Sarah Carter scored for the Spartans on a penalty kick. Shootout goals were delivered by Carter, McKinzie Endicott and Kaylie Rozell.