Bonney Lake, Sumner basketball recap

The Bonney Lake Panthers traveled to Enumclaw to play the Hornets on Tuesday, Jan. 21.

Bonney Lake sophomore Eric Voellger fights for the basket against Enumclaw on Jan. 21. The Panthers lost a close game 67-62.

The Bonney Lake Panthers traveled to Enumclaw to play the Hornets on Tuesday, Jan. 21.

The Hornets donned throwback jerseys of the orange and black Enumclaw Tigers in honor of the two newest Hall of Fame members who were inducted at halftime, Sue Fallen-Campanoli and Dennis Hagan.

The Panthers played a tough game and remained evenly matched with the Hornets throughout.

Bonney Lake led at halftime 29-25.

The final two quarters were a hard fought battle for both teams with many lead changes and tied scores.

The Hornets managed to sneak away from the Panthers in the final minutes of the game and won 67-62.

The Panthers then hosted the Peninsula Seahawks Friday and lost another close game 48-46.

Bonney Lake hosted Auburn Mountainview on Tuesday after the time of press. The Panthers’ next game is at 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 31 at Decatur High School.

The boys are 0-16 in conference play.

Girls Basketball

The Bonney Lake girls basketball team went 2-0 last week winning its game Tuesday against Enumclaw and Friday against Peninsula.

The Panthers beat the Hornets 38-31 and beat the Seahawks 50-32.

The girls are 13-3 in conference play and traveled to Auburn Mountainview Tuesday after the time of press. The Panthers will host the Decatur Gators at 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 31.


Sumner Basketball

The Spartans boys and girls basketball teams went 4-0 last week in its games against Franklin Pierce and Steilacoom.

The boys are 10-6 in conference play and beat Franklin Pierce 63-32. And on Friday, the Spartans beat the Sentinels 62-48.

The Sumner girls are in first place with a 15-1 overall record.

The beat Franklin Pierce 62-28 and beat Steilacoom 73-10 on Friday.

The boys and girls hosted the Fife Trojans in a doubleheader Tuesday after the time of press.

The Spartans boys will host Clover Park at 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 31 and the girls will travel to Clover Park and tip off at 7 p.m. against the Warriors on Friday, Jan. 31.

For games that were played after the time of press, visit the Courier-Herald’s website for results and game recaps.

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