Panthers, Spartans’ seasons end at districts | Volleyball

The Panthers and Spartans competed in the 3A district volleyball tournament at Auburn Mountainview on Friday and Saturday.

Bonney Lake freshman Carly Gibbon hits the ball through the Columbia River defenders hands Friday in the Panthers first match of the tournament.

The Panthers and Spartans competed in the 3A district volleyball tournament at Auburn Mountainview on Friday and Saturday.

Bonney Lake played its first match Friday against Columbia River.

The Panthers lost in three games.

The Panthers moved onto the face Central Kitsap.

Bonney Lake won that match in three straight sets with scores of 25-18, 25-19 and 25-19.

With that win, the Panthers advanced to play Saturday.

Bonney Lake faced Kennedy Catholic.

The Panthers lost 3-0.

With the loss, Bonney Lake’s season came to an end.

The Panthers finish the year with a 6-8 conference record and 8-10 overall.

Sumner

The Spartans played its first match against North Thurston.

Sumner lost in three straight games.

The Spartans moved on to face Kelso next.

Sumner won 3-2 with scores of 25-18, 25-22, 16-25, 19-25 and 15-9.

The win advanced Sumner to a match Saturday against the Enumclaw Hornets.

The Hornets beat the Spartans 3-1 with scores of 25-13, 22-25, 25-22 and 25-9.

The loss for Sumner was the final match of its season.

The Spartans finished with a 7-7 conference record and 9-9 overall.

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