Defending champs undefeated in league play | Bonney Lake Boys Soccer

The Panthers rolled up two more wins last week keeping the team at the top of the boys soccer standings.

Bonney Lake’s Brody Fitzsimmons controls the ball during the 5-0 win over Peninsula Wednesday.

The Panthers rolled up two more wins last week keeping the team at the top of the boys soccer standings.

Bonney Lake improved its record to a league leading 4-0 in the South Puget Sound League, 3A. Overall the Panthers are 8-1-1.

Bonney Lake was scheduled to play Enumclaw Monday, past the press deadline and 7 p.m. at home Wednesday against Auburn Mountainview.

Bonney Lake shutout Peninsula April 16 at home.

Brody Fitzsimmons led the team with two goals and an assist.

Fabian Gonzalez and Taylor Mayfield earned the shutout.

Scoring first for the Panthers was Fitzsimmons at the 5-minute mark.

Tyler John scored with an assist by Fitzsimmons at 38 minutes.

Dalton Ogdon scored next at 39 minutes.

Fitzsimmons scored at 70 minutes and Nick Douglas with an assist from Austin Hendrick at 76 minutes.

Bonney Lake knocked out Lakes 5-1 April 14.

John went on a tear posting three goals in the game, first at 9 minutes with an assist from Fitzsimmons. Next at 51 minutes from an assist by Brian Grob.

His third goal, unassisted, came at the 69-minute mark.

Connor Hogan scored at 4 minutes with an assist from Grob.

Austin Hendrick scored at 26 with an assist from Fitzsimmons.

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