One win, two losses in the second round | Spartans and Panthers Basketball

The Sumner girls and boys basketball teams and the Bonney Lake girls basketball team played its second round game of districts Wednesday.

The Sumner girls and boys basketball teams and the Bonney Lake girls basketball team played its second round game of districts Wednesday.

The Spartans girls were victorious beating Olympic 52-46.

Sumner will play Port Angeles in the semi finals at 6 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 21 at Curtis High School.

With a win, the Spartans girls will advance to the championship game on Saturday against the winner of the Renton vs. White River game this Friday.

Even if the girls lose Friday, the Spartans aren’t out of the tournament yet. Sumner will advance to a game to determine seeding for regionals. If that is the case, the girls would play the loser of the Renton vs. White River game.

Sumner Boys

The Spartans lost a close game Wednesday to conference rival White River Hornets 42-41.

With the loss, the boys are still in the tournament. Sumner looks to face off against Sequim at 6 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 21 at Bellarmine Prep High School.

If the boys win they will advance to play the winner of Clover Park vs. Olympic on Saturday. However, if Sumner loses its season will be over.

Bonney Lake Girls

The Panthers lost 72-41 to Wilson, Woodrow on Wednesday.

The girls will play Columbia River at 7:45 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 21 at Franklin Pierce High School.

If the Panthers lose in the semi finals they are out of the tournament but with a win they will move onto to play the winner of Lakes vs. Auburn Mountainview on Saturday.

For more recaps and results from districts, visit the Courier-Herald’s website or look for next week’s paper edition on stands Wednesday, Feb. 26.

More in Sports

White River among favorites for team title

The boys wrestling team claimed the regional championship last weekend

Top gymnasts primed for state

Sumner, White River and Enumclaw athletes will be heading to sate this year.

Playoff hoops: some still alive, others ousted at districts

White River girls, Enumclaw boys still in the mix

List of nation’s top female wrestlers includes Plateau trio

Payton Stroud, Kenzie Cormier and Dreakeanna Adair are listed in national rankings.

Area athletes make it official, sign with collegiate programs

Students who signed letters of intent included Tre Weed of Sumner High, Annabelle Hall of White River High, and Teagan Eldridge of Enumclaw High.

Plenty of Plateau champions in weekend wrestling

The Hornets and Panthers did well in last week’s subregional tourneys.

District tourneys next for local hoop squads

Check out who’s in and who’s out for postseason play this year.

White River trio chosen for all-state volleyball series

Megan Vandegrift, Keegan Strobeck and Hope Baldyga are part of the all-state team.

Former Hornet Keenan Fagan an NAIA All-American

The former Hornet, who just completed his junior season at Rocky Mountain College, was named an NAIA first-team defensive back when All-America squads were announced by the American Football Coaches Association.

Panthers, Spartans earn Shootout wins

Presented by the U.S. Army, the all-day hoop festival featured eight games. The White River girls kicked things off with a 9 a.m. contest against Bishop Blanchet; at 3:30 p.m., the Bonney Lake boys challenged Kentlake; and at 8:30 the Sumner boys played the finale against Seattle Christian.

EHS senior nets WIAA honor

Enumclaw High’s Kaden Anderson was named a WIAA Athlete of the Week.

Two from Class of ‘91 bound for Enumclaw High School Hall of Fame

Two more names from Enumclaw High’s illustrious sporting past will soon be added to the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame.