SLIDESHOW | Season off to an undefeated start | Bonney Lake Softball

The Bonney Lake Panthers softball team has dominated the first four games of the season.

Bonney Lake Panthers beat Decatur Thursday 10-0 in five innings. The Panthers have outscored its opponents 42-6 in the first four games. Bonney Lake hosts Auburn Mountainview at 4 p.m. Thursday.

The Bonney Lake Panthers softball team has dominated the first four games of the season.

The Panthers are 4-0 overall and 1-0 in conference play. Bonney Lake has outscored its opponents 42-6.

The Panthers played the Decatur Gators on Thursday, March 20.

Bonney Lake won 10-0 with the game being called in the fifth inning.

The Panthers scored six runs in the fourth inning to put them ahead 9-0.

After a scoreless fifth inning for the Gators, the home team Panthers loaded the bases with one out.

The game ending run  was scored just as it began to rain. The game was called due to the 10 run rule.

The Panthers played Auburn Riverside the following day and beat the Ravens 12-2 in six innings.

Bonney Lake traveled to Peninsula and played the Seahawks on Tuesday.

The next game for the Panthers is 4 p.m. Thursday against Auburn Mountainview at home.

For scores and recaps, visit the Courier-Herald’s website.

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