Spartans finish regular season with win, Sumner 2-0 in post season | Sumner Spring Sports Recap

The Sumner Spartans are 2-0 in post season play. The Spartans beat Tyee 3-0 in the sub districts tournament.

The Sumner Spartans are 2-0 in post season play.

The Spartans beat Tyee 3-0 in the sub districts tournament.

And on Wednesday, Sumner beat Olympic 8-2 to advance itself to the districts semi finals.

The Spartans face off next against Fife at 10 a.m. Saturday at Franklin Pierce High School.

With a win, the Spartans would play in the districts championship game scheduled for 4 p.m. Saturday.

Boys Soccer

The Spartans next game is noon Saturday against a to be determined team from the Olympic league at a site still unknown.

For the latest update on opponent and location, check with the West Central Districts bracket.

Girls Tennis

The Spartans finish the season with a 5-0 win over district rival Bonney Lake Panthers.

Sumner finishes the season undefeated with a 12-0 conference record and 13-0 overall.

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