Spartans no longer undefeated | Baseball
The Sumner Spartans baseball team’s winning league record came to an end last week when the team lost two straight games to South Puget Sound 3A league leader Auburn Mountainview.
The Spartans hosted the first game against the Lions April 8. Sumner fell 6-3.
The final game of the series was played at Auburn Mountainview Friday. The Spartans lost that game 2-0.
The two-game skid puts the Spartans in third place in the SPSL 3A behind the Lions and the undefeated Bonney Lake Panthers.
Sumner has a 4-2 league record and is 8-3 overall halfway through the league season.
Sumner’s next game is scheduled for today, Wednesday, at 4 p.m. at Auburn against the Trojans.
The next home game for the Spartans is scheduled for 4 p.m. Friday, April 17, again against Auburn.
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