Spartans finish regular season undefeated in league | Sumner Girl’s Soccer
The Spartans ended the girls soccer season competed a perfect Sound Puget Sound League 2A season with a shutout over Steilacoom Oct. 29 at home.
Sumner will be attempting to repeat as state champions. The team beat Sehome 1-0 last year to take the crown.
This year Sumner ended the season 13-0-0 in league and 13-1-1 overall. Sumner’s only loss came from school district rival Bonney Lake and the Spartans tied Bothell in the first game of the season.
Sumner will be playing Saturday at Franklin Pierce High in the West Central District 2A tournament.
Against Steilacoom Sumner’s goalies Abby Smith and Jamie Lange earned the shutout.
Scoring the the Spartans Ellie DeGoede, Brooke Lancaster, A. Denzinger, Ellie DeGoede, and Brooke Lancaster.
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