Panther volleyball season comes to an end at state tournament

The Panthers finished second the week before at the district tournament to open the state contest against Holy Names Academy from Seattle.

The Bonney Lake Panthers volleyball season came to an end this past weekend following a loss in the first round of the 3A state tournament.

The Panthers finished second the week before at the district tournament to open the state contest against Holy Names Academy from Seattle.

Bonney Lake won the first game of the match, 25-21, but lost the next three games 25-21, 25-17 and 29-27.

The loss moved Bonney Lake into a consolation match against the Lakeside Lions, also from Seattle.

Lakeside took the first two games 25-13 and 25-10 before Bonney Lake rallied back, winning the third game 25-17. But the Lions proved too much for the Panthers, taking the deciding fourth game by a score of 25-22.

The Panthers finished the season 12-7-0.

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