Spartans off to an undefeated season | Sumner Baseball

The Sumner Spartans baseball team has been busy this week, playing a game every day since Monday. And they won't get to rest until they play North Thurston today.

The Sumner Spartans baseball team has been busy this week, playing a game every day since Monday. And they won’t get to rest until they play North Thurston today at 3:45 p.m. at Sumner High School.

The Spartans have won all its games this week. Sumner played its fourth game Thursday against Steilacoom and won 12-2.

Seven games into the season and the Spartans sit alone at the top of the 2A. Sumner is undefeated in league play and overall with a 6-0, 8-0 record.

Sumner’s next game following their time off the field is Tuesday, April 8 when the Spartans host Fife at 4 p.m.

Sumner Softball

After losing its first five games of the season, the Spartans softball team won its first game March 27 against Clover Park 22-0.

On Tuesday, the Spartans hosted Orting and lost 8-1.

The next game for Sumner was Thursday against Steilacoom. The Spartans lost 7-9 to the Sentinels.

The girls are 1-3 in league and 1-7 overall this season.

The next game for the Spartans is Tuesday, April 8 when the girls travel to Fife to play the Trojans at 4 p.m.

The location of the game has been changed from Fife High School due to field issues to Columbia Junior High.

For results and recaps of games, continue to check the Courier-Herald’s website.

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