Bonney Lake girls basketball falls to Lakes

The loss drops Bonney Lake to 5-4 in the South Puget Sound North 3A and 8-6 overall.

The Lakes Lancers doubled up the Bonney lake girls basketball team in the first quarter of Tuesday’s game at Bonney Lake and then held on to beat the Panthers 60-51, on the strength of a 31-point game by Rodericka Ware.

Lakes went out to an 11-5 lead in the first and 14-12 in the second to head to the half leading 25-17.

The Panthers rallied back, winning the third quarter 19-17, but Lakes held on, outscoring Bonney Lake 18-15 in the fourth for the win.

Mekenzie Voellger led the Panthers with 21 points.

The loss drops Bonney Lake to 5-4 in the South Puget Sound North 3A and 8-6 overall.

The Panthers head to Enumclaw Friday to take on the league-leading Hornets.

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