Panthers finish undefeated | Bonney Lake Boys Soccer

The Bonney Lake Panthers entered the season as the defending state champions. And this season has been no different. The Panthers continued to prove themselves to be among the best in the state

The Bonney Lake Panthers entered the season as the defending state champions.

And this season has been no different. The Panthers continued to prove themselves to be among the best in the state.

Bonney Lake finished regular season play Wednesday beating Enumclaw 4-0.

The Panthers end the regular season undefeated in league, sitting in first place in the South Puget Sound League 3A with a 10-0-0 record.

Overall, Bonney Lake finished 14-1-1. The only loss this season was Bonney Lake’s third game against Camas.

The Panthers’ tie came against Stadium midway through the season.

Bonney Lake entered the 3A sub-districts tournament Tuesday scheduled to play Kennedy Catholic.

The winner of that game will enter districts in first place and the loser will enter in second.

The game was played after the press deadline. Scores can be found on the Courier-Herald’s website.

Districts are scheduled to start on Thursday, May 15 and wrap up on Saturday, May 17.

Bonney Lake’s opponent, location and title has not yet been determined and won’t be until after the sub-district games are over.

This year’s state championship game is scheduled for Saturday, May 31.

 

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