Panthers drop game to Rogers | Girls Basketball

Rogers 53, Bonney Lake 40 Rogers: 10-9-14-20 – 53 Bonney Lake: 8-12-5-15 – 40

December 19 at Bonney Lake

Rogers 53, Bonney Lake 40


Rogers: 10-9-14-20 – 53

Bonney Lake: 8-12-5-15 – 40

Bonney Lake: Samantha Boudreau 10, Payton Miitchell 10, Brooklyn Gratzer 6, Olivia Grob 5, Taryn Schelin 4, Shaya McQueen 2, Amanda  Hone 2, Emily White 1.

Bonney Lake record: 2-2 league, 3-4 overall.


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