Bonney Lake advances to first round of state | Girl’s Soccer
The Bonney Lake Panthers girls soccer team kept the streak of nine appearances at the state tournament alive by beating Timberline 1-0 at Highline Memorial Stadium Saturday.
Kelsey Lund scored the goal on assist from McKenzie Witt in the first period.
The Panther defense clamped down for the rest of the game to secure the victory.
Bonney Lake will play Bellevue in the first round of state. Date and time are to be determined.
In the first round of the district tournament Bonney Lake beat Mountain View 2-1 Nov. 7 at Kiggins Bowl in Vancouver, Wash.
Lund scored the first goal with an assist from Nastaysa De Leon in the second period.
Mountain View tied the game within a minute.
Shona Ramsay hit a 35-yard goal from a Lund assist to push Bonney Lake into the win column.
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