Bonney Lake fastpitch takes first round game in state | Fastpitch
The Panthers fastpitch team spent an exciting day under sunny skies in Lacey playing three games, winning the first, at the state 3A fastpitch tournament Friday.
The Bonney Lake girls beat Lake Washington 5-2 in the first round 9 a.m. game Friday. The Panthers lost the next round 11-3 to University at 4 p.m. and closed out the tournament with a loss to Mount Si 10-2.
In the first game Bonney Lake battled early behind the arm of Rendi Johnson before breaking the game open in the fifth.
Lake Washington scored in the first frame. Bonney Lake came right back with a run in the top of the second.
Lake Washington took the lead in the fourth with a run. The Panther girls added two in the fifth and the seventh to push the team into the second round of the state tournament.
Bailey Ahern went 2-4 with 2 RBIs and a two bagger.
Kayla Wells 1-3 with a run scored.
Johnson was the winning pitcher.
In the losing effort against University Christian McKone went 3-4 at the dish with 2 runs and Wells hit 3-4 scoring one.
In the final game Madi Lowery and McKone hit 2-4.
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