Panthers soccer remain undefeated in league with fourth consecutive shutout win

With the win the Panthers are 6-2-1 overall with a perfect 4-0-0 in league matches.

The Bonney Lake girls soccer team remained perfect in South Puget Sound League 3A match-ups this season with a 2-0 victory Thursday over the Peninsula Seahawks.

Brittany Martin got it going for the Panthers in the 38th minute with a goal off an assist from Lindsey Hanbridge to give Bonney Lake a lead.

In the second half, Ashley Cade took an assist in the 52nd minute from Brooklyn Gratzer to make it 2-0.

And that was all goalie Sydney Bennett needed as she posted the Panthers’ fourth consecutive shutout.

With the win the Panthers are 6-2-1 overall with a perfect 4-0-0 in league matches.

Bonney Lake’s next game is against the Enumclaw Hornets at home Tuesday.

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