Round two tips off today | Basketball Districts Tournament

The Sumner girls and boys basketball teams and the Bonney Lake girls team continue its season today with the second round of districts.

The Sumner girls and boys basketball teams and the Bonney Lake girls team continue its season today with the second round of districts.

The Spartans girls look to play Olympic at 6 p.m. at Bellarmine Prep High School.

With a win, Sumner would advance to the semi finals held on Friday, Feb. 21.

Sumner Boys

The boys face off against conference rival the White River Hornets in the second round.

The game will be played at Curtis High School and tip off is set for 7:45 p.m.

A win would also secure the Spartans boys a spot in the semi finals.

Bonney Lake Girls

The Panthers tip off at 7:45 p.m. against Wilson, Woodrow at Clover Park High School in the second round of the districts tournament.

Similar to Sumner, a win would advance the Panthers to the semi finals.

For results and recaps from these games and others, continue to check back with the Courier-Herald.

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