Panthers soccer back to winning ways

Madi Adams had a big day Tuesday for the Panther soccer team as Bonney Lake cruised to 5-0 victory over Decatur.

Madi Adams had a big day Tuesday for the Panther soccer team as Bonney Lake cruised to 5-0 victory over Decatur.

Adams scored three goals and had an assist to back goalie Sydney Bennett on yet another shutout.

The win is also a return to form for the Panthers, who had shut out five consecutive opponents before dropping two games last week.

Ashley Cade opened the scoring for the Panthers in the 14th minute off an assist from Adams, who then took an assist from cade in the 29th minute t6o score her first goal of the night.

Then, in the 34th minute, Adams did it again, this time off an assist from Jessyka Seger. BUt she wasn’t done yet. Just two minutes later, Adams scored again, this time on a pass from Brittany Martin.

In the 79th minute, McKenzie Sjoden made it 5-0 off Seger’s second assist of the night.

The win boosts Bonney Lake;s record to 7-4-1 with a South Puget Sound League 3A record of 5-2-0.

The Panthers play at Lakes on Thursday.

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