Panthers cruise to win over Lakes | Bonney Lake Soccer
Tyler John and Dalton Ogdon each scored twice as the Bonney Lake Panthers soccer team cruised to a 5-1 victory Monday night against the Lakes Lancers.
John opened the scoring with a quick goal in the second minute, off an assist by Suilanji Silozi. Silozi picked up a goal of his own in the 11th minute with an assist by Brody Fitzsimmons.
John picked up his second goal, unassisted, in the 33rd minute.
Ogdon added an unassisted goal in the 72nd minute and then kept the scoring going for Bonney Lake with another goal in the 77th minute, this one off an assist from Zach Jones.
The win boosted the Panthers record to 3-2-2 (1-1-1 in the South Puget Sound League 3A).
The Panthers next scheduled game is Wednesday at home against Enumclaw.
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