Softball tournament day one recap | Bonney Lake and Enumclaw

The Bonney Lake Panthers and Enumclaw Hornets played two games each on the first day of the state tournament. The Panthers won its first game against Mt. Si 14-9.

The Bonney Lake Panthers and Enumclaw Hornets played two games each on the first day of the state tournament.

The Panthers won its first game against Mt. Si 14-9.

Bonney Lake lost it’s second game of the day 5-1 to Shadle Park to end the Panthers season.

Enumclaw

The Hornets also won its first game of the day beating Holy Names 10-4.

Enumclaw played again at 4 p.m. and beat University 13-2.

With the win, the Hornets advance to the semi finals at 9 a.m. Saturday against Glacier Park.

For scores and recaps of all the state tournaments going on right now, follow the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association on Twitter, @wiaawa.

A full story will be available next issue on all games played in the softball tournament.

 

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