Bonney Lake plays best game of season | Prep Football

The Bonney Lake Panthers traveled to Vancouver, Wash. and played Mountain View High losing 36-21.

The Bonney Lake Panthers traveled to Vancouver, Wash. and played Mountain View High losing 36-21.

Coach Jason Silbaugh said by email it was the best game the Panthers played this season.

Silbaugh said, “The score through three quarters was Bonney Lake 21 and Mountain View 22.  In the fourth quarter Bonney Lake had two turnovers and Mountain View was able to convert on two drives closing out the game.”

Silbaugh said the positives were, “They finished the game with just under 500 yards of offense (492) led by junior quarterback Isaiah Weed who was 23 of 35 passes for 292 yards, one touchdown, three interceptions and one rushing touchdown.  His main target of the night was Robert Combs Sr., who finished the night with nine catches for 133 yards and a touchdown.”

The coach added, “The Panthers also establish a good run game on Friday night led by Ethan McElderry who had 17 carries for 118 yards and Robert Combs seven carries for 63 yards. The growth the Panthers showed from week two to week three was impressive and they are looking to do the same this week as they prepare to host Union on Friday night.”

• Isaiah Weed – 23 for 35 292 yards, one touchdown, three interceptions

• Robert Combs 9 catches 133yds 1 TD, 7 car 63yds

• Ethan McElderry 17-118 yards, four catches 22 yards

• TJ Potts one rushing touchdown

• Kole Candy – five catches for 63 yards


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