Panthers’ win streak and season ends | Bonney Lake Football
The Bonney Lake Panthers’ five game winning streak came to an end on Nov. 15 in the first round of the state championship losing to the Peninsula Seahawks 30-7.
The Seahawks were quick to score on a 10 yard touchdown run, taking a 7-0 lead over Bonney Lake.
Peninsula tacked on two more with a safety resulting from a Bonney Lake intentional grounding in its own end zone.
The Panther’s only score of the game came next on a 20 yard pass from quarterback Isaiah Weed to senior Alec Schantz. The Seahawks led 9-7.
The poor weather conditions limited both teams on its passing game.
Peninsula scored a touchdown with 7:06 to go in the half and increased its lead by seven.
At halftime, the score remained 16-7 Seahawks.
Peninsula would score two more touchdowns, one in the third and one in fourth, to take its lead to 30-7.
With the loss, the Panthers’ season came to an end. After starting the season winless, Bonney Lake ended with a record of 4-1 in the conference and 5-6 overall.
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