Panther state run defeated by Wilson | Bonney Lake Girls Basketball
The Bonney Lake High girls completed a successful season with a difficult game in the state regional tournament against Wilson.
The Panthers lost to top-ranked Wilson of Tacoma 56-26 at Mount Tahoma High Friday.
In the first quarter against Wilson the Panthers were outscored 15-6. Bonney Lake fought back and scored 10 to Wilson’s 13 in the second.
In the third and fourth the girls were not able to counter the Rams’ high-powered offense, getting outscored 28-10.
Leading the scoring for Bonney Lake was Mekenzie Voellger with 15 points.
Jessyka Seger hit for five and Gabriela Ruiz added four. Riley Jensen scored two.
The Panthers finished the season with a 5-6 South Puget Sound League 3A record, 15-11 overall.
The Panthers made the state playoffs by beating Timberline 33-31 in the West Central District tournament and followed that with a 42-24 victory over Kennedy Catholic to take the fifth spot coming out of the districts.
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