Panther boys out-run Spanaway Lake

The Bonney Lake boys trounced visiting Spanaway Lake Sept. 27 in cross country action.

  • Thursday, October 5, 2017 11:40am
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Photo by Kevin Hanson.

The Bonney Lake boys trounced visiting Spanaway Lake Sept. 27 in cross country action.

Left, Billy Rohrbough (625), Max Lea (618), and Kyle Davenport (602) run the Eismann Elementary School Course.

The boys are 4th in the PCL 3A league with 3-2 conference record and 3-3 overall record.

The Panther girls are also 4th in the PCL 3A league with the same.

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