Bonney Lake soccer drops second in a row

After a run of five consecutive shutouts, the Bonney Lake girls soccer team has now dropped two in a row with a Thursday loss at Auburn Mountain View.

After a run of five consecutive shutouts, the Bonney Lake girls soccer team has now dropped two in a row with a Thursday loss at Auburn Mountain View.

The Lions got the scoring started, but the Panthers battled back on the foot of Andrea Bowman, unassisted.

But it wasn’t enough as AMV’s Sophia Wagner scored her second goal of the night to give the Lions the victory.

The loss drops Bonney Lake to 6-4-1, with a 4-2 league record.

The Panthers next play Decatur Tuesday at home.

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