Panthers move on to round three of state tournament | Bonney Lake Boys Soccer

Bonney Lake's boys soccer team is moving on to round three of the state tournament following a 4-2 victory over Shorewood on Saturday.

Bonney Lake’s boys soccer team is moving on to round three of the state tournament following a 4-2 victory over Shorewood on Saturday.

Shorewood opened scoring with a goal by Abdul Abdulla in the fourth minute.

Panther Zach Jones followed up with a 28th minute goal, and Tyler John scored the next two goals in the 46th and 51st minutes of play. Colton Tracy shot the final panther goal in the 59th minute.

Shorewood ended with a 64th minute goal by Alex Payton.

In the first round of the state tournament, held at Interbay Stadium in Seattle May 14, Bonney Lake defeated Lakeside 1-0. The 2013 season is the second time in Bonney Lake High history the Panther boys soccer team made it to state. The first time, in 2011, Lakeside knocked Bonney Lake out of the first round.

The Panthers play Hanford High at Sparks Stadium in Puyallup on Friday.

 

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