Bonney Lake girls win, Sumner falls in tourney plan | THURSDAY BASKETBALL

Bonney Lake 55, Capital 28 Feb. 11 at Bonney Lake Wilson 56, Sumner 39 Feb. 11 at Wilson

West Central/Southwest 3A Girls Basketball Tournament

Bonney Lake 55, Capital 28

Feb. 11 at Bonney Lake

Capital: 2-8-11-7 – 28Bonney Lake: 15-15-6-19 – 55

Bonney Lake scoring: Samantha Boudreau 18, Brooklyn Gratzer 13, Shaya McQueen 7, Emily White 5, Payton Mitchell 5, Amanda Hone 4, Olivia Grob 3.

Bonney Lake next game: Saturday, Feb. 13, 1:45 p.m., Franklin Pierce High School. Opponent: Prairie.

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Wilson 56, Sumner 39

Feb. 11 at Wilson

Sumner: 6-13-8-12 – 39Wilson: 13-20-7-16 – 56

Sumner scoring: Borden 13, Kelsey Bell 10, Annie Smith 7, Joy Mahnken 4, Jane Allyn Norris 3, Emily Clark 2.

Sumner next game: Saturday, Feb. 13, 3:30 p.m., Clover Park High School (loser out). Opponent: Kelso.


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