Panthers ousted from 3A football playoffs

Bonney Lake’s exciting ride – which included a Pierce County League football title and nine victories – came to a crashing halt Saturday afternoon.

  • Tuesday, November 22, 2016 11:58am
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Bonney Lake’s exciting ride – which included a Pierce County League football title and nine victories – came to a crashing halt Saturday afternoon.

Playing on the Lampson Stadium turf in Kennewick, the Panthers were ousted from the Class 3A football playoffs, the result of a 37-10 loss to the Kamiakin Braves.

The Braves, from the Mid-Columbia League, advance as just one of four Washington teams still in the running for the Class 3A state title. The Panthers put away their pads with memories of a 9-3 season.

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