Panthers kick it up for road trip

The Bonney Lake Panthers will be looking to put some marks in the victory column in the coming days, but will have to do it on the road.

The Bonney Lake Panthers will be looking to put some marks in the victory column in the coming days, but will have to do it on the road.

The Panthers travel to Clover Park Friday and head to Lakes High Tuesday. Those came on the heels of a road trip earlier this week, when Bonney Lake traveled to Franklin Pierce.

The Panthers were 0-0-1 in South Puget Sound League 3A play through games of last week, 2-4-1 overall.

The Bonney Lake crew suffered a 4-0 defeat April 8 at Capital High, two days after their biggest offensive explosion of the season.

On April 6, the Panthers registered a 5-2 victory over the visiting Clover Park Warriors. Bonney Lake got a quick lead when J.D. Waller scored in the first minute, but trailed 2-1 at intermission.

The second half belonged to the Panthers. Kyle Ottwell tied the game in the 57th minute, Nick Hall added goals in the 61st and 64th minutes and Jordan Billy salted the game away with a goal in the 72nd minute.

Reach Kevin Hanson at khanson@courierherald.com or 360-802-8205.

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