Regular season wraps up, district play begins | Prep Basketball

The final regular season games were played Friday and Saturday for the Sumner Spartans and Bonney Lake Panthers basketball teams.

The final regular season games were played Friday and Saturday for the Sumner Spartans and Bonney Lake Panthers basketball teams.

Sumner vs. White River


The Spartans girls played a tough game against the White River Hornets. Sumner won its 18th game in a row, beating White River 42-38.

With the win, Sumner is the 2A South Puget Sound League champion and the No. 1 seed entering the 2A subdistrict tournament that started Tuesday, Feb. 11.

The Spartans ended the season undefeated in league play, 14-0 and 19-1 overall. SumnerÕs only loss was the second game of the season to Bonney Lake, 50-39.

Sumner hosted the Evergreen Wolverines on Tuesday in the 2A subdistrict tournament.

The Sumner boys tipped off against the White River Hornets in the second game of the double header Friday.

The boys also ended the night 2A SPSL league champions after beating the Hornets 52-47.

The Spartans end the regular season 12-2 in conference play and 14-6 overall.

And the boys hosted the Renton Indians on Tuesday in the 2A subdistrict tournament.

For results check the Courier-Herald’s website. If the Spartans win, it will advance to the 2A district tournament held at Pacific Lutheran University starting on Monday, Feb. 17.

Bonney Lake vs. Enumclaw


The Bonney Lake girls and boys played the Enumclaw Hornets in the final regular season game.

The Panther girls lost 50-41. The girls end the season 7-3 in conference play and 15-5 overall. The team finished second in league.

The Panthers girls are scheduled to play Kennedy Catholic next in the 3A subdistrict tournament at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 12 at Kennedy Catholic.

Due to rescheduling, the Bonney Lake boys played the Enumclaw Hornets on Saturday.

The Panthers season came to an end, losing 59-40 to the Hornets in the final regular season game.

Bonney Lake went 0-10 in conference play and 0-20 overall.

The Panthers will not advance to subdistricts.

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