Bonney Lake, Sumner Thursday results | Fall Sports

The following are results from Bonney Lake and Sumner games played Thursday, Sept. 25.

The following are results from Bonney Lake and Sumner games played Thursday, Sept. 25.

Bonney Lake

Girls Soccer

Record: 1-3-0, 2-3-0

Sept. 25

BL 1 – Lakes 0

Girls Swim

Record: 0-2, 0-2

Sept. 25

BL 59 – Peninsula 125

Boys Golf

Record: 4-3, 4-3

Sept. 25

BL 58 – Sumner 56

Panther Scoring:

Medalist – Conor Lees 38 strokes, 15 points

3) Taylor Graham 41 strokes, 12 points

5) Taylor Dow 43 strokes, 10 points

Boys Tennis

Sept. 25

BL 1 – Sumner 4

Sumner

Football

Record: 1-1, 3-1

Sept. 25

Sumner 35 – Auburn Mountainview 42

Girls Soccer

Record: 3-1-0, 4-2-0

Sept. 25

Sumner 1 – Auburn Riverside 2

Boys Golf

Record: 4-3, 4-3

Sept. 25

Sumner 56 – BL 58

Spartan Scoring:

2) Matthew Stevens 39 strokes, 14 points

4) Alec Esterbrook 42 strokes, 11 points

4) Cole Rommel 42 strokes, 11 points

Boys Tennis

Sept. 25

Sumner 4 – BL 1

Singles:

Zaylan Jacobsen (S) d. Justin Cunningham (BL) 6-0, 6-0

Jake Conklin (S) d. Jordan Byesfort (BL)  6-4, 6-1

Doubles:

Zak Landers/Sam Jacobsen (S) d. Ethan Nguyen/Adam Hunt (BL) 6-1, 6-0

Eli Evers/Julian Fernandez (S) d. Nate Monsord/Logan DeLapp (BL) 6-1, 6-1

Jordan Kurtz/Jeremy Kurtz (BL) d. Westin Hoversland/Tim Marcotte (S) 7-5, 6-4

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