Panthers lose two in districts | Bonney Lake Baseball

The Bonney Lake Panthers took fourth place in the district tournament Saturday at Auburn Mountainview.

Senior Cory Burrill makes contact with the ball during the 3-0 loss to Timberline in the district semifinals on Saturday.

The Bonney Lake Panthers took fourth place in the district tournament Saturday at Auburn Mountainview.

The Panthers next enter the regional tournament and will face off  against Glacier Peak at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 24 at Skagit Valley College in Mount Vernon.

The Panthers are 2-3 in post season play.

The Panthers advanced to the West Central/Southwest 3A District semifinals by beating Mountain View 2-1 on Wednesday.

Bonney Lake fell to Timberline 3-0 in the semifinals Saturday.

One of the highlights in the semifinals was a 4-6-3 double played turned by Bonney Lake in the bottom of the first inning.

The Panthers played Shelton next to determine its seeding.

Bonney Lake lost 4-2 to Shelton.

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