Panthers win big road game, return home | Bonney Lake Football

The Panthers started the season with a 40-21 loss to Bellarmine. Bonney Lake snapped back this week and beat Clover Park 55-6 Friday.

The Panthers started the season with a 40-21 loss to Bellarmine.

Bonney Lake snapped back this week and beat Clover Park 55-6 Friday.

During the first quarter, Bonney Lake scored 35 points.

The Panthers held a 55-0 lead until Clover Park’s final series of the game.

Five different Panthers put points on the board for Bonney Lake.

Baily Sulfridge scored first on a one yard run.

A five yard run by Jordan Cozzi increased the Panthers lead to 14-0.

Ethen Koepke recovered a fumble and ran it 15 yards for another six.

A 15 yard pass from Isaiah Weed to Dillon Jordan increased the Panthers lead to 28-0.

Koepke scored another touchdown on a two yard run.

The Panthers were up 35-0.

Patrick Oxile scored the final three touchdowns for Bonney Lake on a 28, nine and 38 yard run.

The Panthers held Clover Park to negative four yards of total offense.

Bonney Lake also forced three turn overs, one resulting in a touchdown.

Oxile ended the game with 10 carries for 100 yards.

Ethan McElderry had one interception with a return of 75 yards and he had four carries for 40 yards.

And Riley Miller had five tackles for the Panthers and two sacks.

The Panthers host its first home game and first league game of the season at 7 p.m. Friday against Auburn Mountainview.

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