Panthers win close game in final seconds | Bonney Lake Boys Soccer

The Bonney Lake Panthers boys soccer team won its third game in a row beating Auburn Mountainview 4-3 Monday.

The Bonney Lake Panthers boys soccer team won its third game in a row beating Auburn Mountainview 4-3 Monday.

The Lions scored four minutes into the game. Bonney Lake scored its first goal of the game on an unassisted shot by Jonah Phillips.

Auburn Mountainview took the lead on a Bonney Lake own goal at the 28 minute mark.

Bonney Lake’s Dalton Ogden, assisted by Brody Fitzsimmons, tied the game 2-2. Twenty minutes later at the 64 minute mark, Auburn Mountainview took the lead once again.

With six minutes remaining in the game, Fitzsimmons, assisted by Tyler John, scored on a corner kick to tie the game, 3-3. Joey Mack, assisted by Brian Grob, scored the game winning goal with 30 seconds left on the clock.

The Panthers are 1-0-0 in league play and 5-1-0 overall.

Bonney Lake plays Decatur tonight at 5 p.m. at Bonney Lake High School.

Follow me on Twitter, @swehmann_BLCH, for period updates of the game and look on the Courier-Herald’s website for scores and recaps of this game and others.


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