Basketball Recaps from Tuesday | Bonney Lake and Sumner

The Bonney Lake Panthers boys basketball team traveled to Kentlake High School on Tuesday, Dec. 17. The Panthers remain winless on the season after losing to Kentlake 60-43.

The Bonney Lake Panthers boys basketball team traveled to Kentlake High School on Tuesday, Dec. 17.

The Panthers remain winless on the season after losing to Kentlake 60-43.

Bonney Lake looks to host Franklin Pierce at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 21.

Panthers Girls

The Bonney Lake girls won its second game in a row beating Mt. Tahoma at home 67-34 on Tuesday.

The Panthers do not play again until Friday, Dec. 27 and Saturday, Dec. 28 in the Napavine Holiday Tournament.

Sumner Basketball

The Sumner boys and girls added another win each after playing Franklin Pierce on Tuesday.

The Spartans boys won 59-42 and the girls beat the Cardinals 65-17.

Sumner has outscored its opponents 391-160 in the last three games.

The boys and girls face off against Steilacoom on Friday, Dec. 20. The boys tip off first at 5:15 p.m. followed by the girls at 7 p.m. at Sumner High School.

 

 

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