Panthers in second place, finish week play 3-1 | Bonney Lake Baseball

The Bonney Lake Panthers played four games last week and went 3-1. The Panthers hosted the Enumclaw Hornets April 2 and beat them 12-2.

Bonney Lake's Michael Gretler swings for the fence during the Panthers league game Wednesday against Enumclaw. Gretler scored two for the Panthers with his home run in the third inning.

The Bonney Lake Panthers played four games last week and went 3-1.

The Panthers hosted the Enumclaw Hornets April 2 and beat them 12-2.

During the top of the third inning, the Hornets put its only score of the game on the board on a double by Bryce Peterson.

Helping to secure the Panthers’ lead, Bonney Lake scored five runs in the third.

The first batter of the inning was walked. Two batters later with one out the Panthers scored on a three-run home run to put them up 7-2 over the Hornets.

Still with only one out in the bottom of the third and one runner on base Bonney Lake added to its lead on a two-run home run. The Panthers had a 9-2 lead at the end of the third.

The Panthers went scoreless in the fourth but added to its lead with three runs in the fifth.

Bonney Lake sits in second place in 3A with a 3-2 conference record and a 7-2 overall record.

The Panthers played conference leader Auburn Mountainview Tuesday after the time of press. Scores are available on the Courier-Herald’s website, blscourierherald.com.

Bonney Lake play the Lions again today at 7 p.m. at Auburn Mountainview.

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