Recap | Scores from Tuesday and Wednesday | Bonney Lake and Sumner

The following are results from events that happened Tuesday, Jan. 14 and Wednesday, Jan. 15 for Bonney Lake and Sumner.

The following are results from events that happened Tuesday, Jan. 14 and Wednesday, Jan. 15 for Bonney Lake and Sumner.

Panthers Basketball

The Bonney Lake boys basketball team lost a close one, 52-51 to Decatur on Tuesday. The Panthers look to host Lakes at 7 p.m. on Friday.

The Panthers girls basketball team beat Decatur 59-11 on Tuesday and travel to Lakes on Friday.

Panthers Swim

The Bonney Lake boys swim lost 123-59 to Steilacoom.

Spartans Basketball

Sumner boys beat the White River Hornets 61-48 on Tuesday and host Orting on Friday.

The girls also beat the Hornets 43-31 on Tuesday. And will tip off first at 5:15 p.m. against Orting on Friday.


Sumner Girls Scoring Summary:

Selmer – 0

Hurd – 8

Denzinger – 4

Mahnken – 8

Qualls – 9

Lange – 14

Henken – 0

Spartans Swim

The Spartans lost to Lakes 99-88.


Jan. 15

at Auburn Gymnastics Center


BL placed 1st – 145.95


2nd – Hailey Taylor 32.0

3rd – Nikolt Otto 31.3


3rd – Laurent Waters 8.1


2nd – Hailey Taylor 7.65

3rd – Nokolt Otto 7.05


2nd – Hailey Taylor 8.5


3rd – Hailey Taylor 8.8


Sumner placed 4th – 115.3

All- Around

1st – Kiley McCain 33.75


2nd – Sierra Tinsley 8.2


1st – Kiley McCain 7.8


1st – Kiley McCain 8.8

3rd – Sierra Tinsley 8.1


1st – Kiley McCain 9.15





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