Panthers in post season | Bonney Lake Girl’s Soccer

The Bonney Lake girls’ soccer team finished their regular season with a 8-2 South Puget Sound League 3A record and 13-2-1 overall.

Bonney Lake's Brittney Martin dribbles the ball against Enumclaw on Thursday

The Bonney Lake girls’ soccer team finished their regular season with a 8-2 South Puget Sound League 3A record and 13-2-1 overall.

The Panthers played a West Central District seeding game Tuesday against Enumclaw  subdistrict playoffs against Enumclaw Tuesday past the press deadline.

Bonney Lake will either take the third or fourth place in the subdistrict tournament

Both teams will advance to West Central District playoffs on Thursday at Auburn Riverside at 6 p.m. or 8 p.m.

Bonney Lake finished the regular season with a 2-1 victory over Enumclaw Thursday and a 2-1 loss against Peninsula on the road Oct. 29.

In the Enumclaw game the Hornet’s Katie Christensen scored at 39 minutes unassisted following a free kick.

A minute later Kelsey Lund scored for the Panthers with an assist from Brooklyn Gratzer.

In the second period Ashleigh Cade at 42 minutes, unassisted,  when she threw the ball in and it bounced of a Hornet into the goal.

According to a team parent, Bonney Lake has given up only nine goals all season with defense led by senior’s Andrea Bowman, Shona Ramsay, Ryneski and sophomore Lauren Hanbidge.  The team leads the league with seven shutouts with sophomore goal keepers Madi Jones and Kendall Slattery.

On the offensive side, the team has put 34 shots in the net led by Madi Adams, nine, Lund seven and Cade, five.  Adams will leave Bonney Lake as the No. 2 all-time scorer in school history.

Joining Cade and Adams in the middle are senior’s Lindsey Hanbidge and Britney Martin who together helped create the possession game.

Three of the seniors have verbally committed to play at the college level. Adams plans to attend the Air Force Academy and Cade plans to attend the University of Louisiana-Lafayette. Defender Haleigh Ryneski plans to attend Evergreen State College.

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