Bonney Lake girls go out fast, but fall to Enumclaw 47-42

Bonney Lake's Mekenzie Voellger led all scorers with 18 points and Kayla Seger added another nine for the Panthers.

The Bonney Lake girls basketball team took a lead into halftime Tuesday night against Enumclaw, but in the end, the Hornets proved more than the Panthers could handle, winning 47-42.

Bonney Lake started strong, dropping 14 points in the first quarter to Enumclaw’s eight, and though the Hornets outpaced Bonney Lake 16-12 in the second, the Panthers still headed into the locker room with a 26-24 lead at the half.

But Enumclaw continued to storm back in the second half, outscoring Bonney Lake 11-7 in the third quarter and 12-9 in the fourth.

Bonney Lake’s Mekenzie Voellger led all scorers with 18 points and Kayla Seger added another nine for the Panthers.

Katie Holland and Julia Myers led Enumclaw with 15 points each.

The Panthers next game is Friday at Peninsula.

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