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.

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