Panther girls improve to 5-1 in PCL soccer standings

Hat tricks by Kaylee Coatney and Summer Kober, combined with stellar outside flank play by Bella Sajjadi and Ashley Nall, led the Bonney Lake Panthers to a convincing 8-2 win over visiting Spanaway Lake.

  • Tuesday, October 3, 2017 10:30am
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Hat tricks by Kaylee Coatney and Summer Kober, combined with stellar outside flank play by Bella Sajjadi and Ashley Nall, led the Bonney Lake Panthers to a convincing 8-2 win over visiting Spanaway Lake.

The Thursday night game, played on the Bonney Lake High campus, allowed the Panthers to improve to 6-1 overall, 5-1 in Pierce County League 3A play.

Bonney Lake wasted little time jumping on top of the Sentinels, as Kober scored in the game’s first minute. She added a second goal shortly before intermission and her third came in the second half. Coatney, the league’s reigning MVP, scored twice in the first half and again in the opening minute of the second half.

Adding to the Panther scoring attack were Haleigh Delaire and Olivia Kirby.

Bonney Lake outshot the visiting Sentinels 27-13.

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