Panthers win two out of three last week | Bonney Lake High School

The Bonney Lake Panthers baseball team currently sits in third place in the South Puget Sound League 3A behind Auburn Mountainview and Decatur.

Bonney Lake senior Ryan Noborikawa swings at a pitch during the Panthers 11-2 win over Peninsula Thursday.

The Bonney Lake Panthers baseball team currently sits in third place in the South Puget Sound League 3A behind Auburn Mountainview and Decatur.

Bonney Lake played three games last week and lost the first one to conference leader Auburn Mountainview 11-6 on Wednesday.

The Panthers then hosted the Peninsula Seahawks on Thursday and beat them 11-2.

Bonney Lake put runs on the board first with one in the first inning.

The Seahawks scored its only points of the game in the fourth inning.

The biggest inning for the Panthers was the fifth when they added six more, taking them ahead 11-2.

The game was called after the fifth inning due to the 10 run rule.

Senior Taiki Green went 2 for 3 against Peninsula with four RBIs. Green scored one run himself on a home run. Senior Nolan Weber helped add to the Panthers score with three RBIs. Weber went 2-4 on the day, scoring two runs and hitting a double.

The Panthers played the Auburn Mountainview Lions again Friday and beat them 4-2.

Bonney Lake played Peninsula again Tuesday after the time of press.

The Panthers travel to Decatur today to play the Gators at 4 p.m.

Bonney Lake Softball

The Panthers softball team went 1-1 last week against Decatur and Peninsula.

Bonney Lake is 3-4 in league play and currently sits in fifth place in the SPSL 3A.

The Panthers beat the Gators 14-0 in their second meeting of the season Wednesday.

Bonney Lake lost its next game on Thursday 3-2 to Peninsula.

The next game for the Panthers was Tuesday against Auburn Mountainview after the time of press. Bonney Lake travels to Enumclaw to play the Hornets at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 17.

Results from any games played after the time of press can be found at the Courier-Herald’s website.

Bonney Lake played Peninsula again Tuesday after the time of press. Results for that game can be found at the Courier-Herald’s website.

 

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