Spartans travel to San Diego, finish in second place | Sumner Basketball

The Sumner boys and girls basketball teams traveled to San Diego to play in the Surf N' Slam tournament. Both Spartan teams won its way to the championship game.

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The Sumner boys and girls basketball teams traveled to San Diego to play in the Surf N’ Slam tournament.

Both Spartan teams won its way to the championship game.

And both the boys and girls finished in second place.

The boys beat Scripps Ranch 41-39 and Kamiak 72-66 to punch its ticket to the final game.

Sumner lost 68-56 to Sacred Heart to earn second place in the tournament.

The Spartans sit in fourth place in the South Puget Sound League 3A with a 2-2 conference record and 5-4 overall record.

Sumner returns home and will host the Auburn Trojans in its first game of the second half of the season.

Tip off is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 6 at 7 p.m.

Sumner Girls

The Sumner girls beat Sidwell Friends DC 47-37 and Marshall Co. KY 51-36 before entering the championship game Tuesday.

The Spartans lost 56-53 to Southlake Carroll in the final game of the tournament.

Sumner leads the SPSL 3A with an undefeated 4-0 conference record and a 7-2 overall record.

The girls will also play the Trojans next on Tuesday, Jan. 6 at 7 p.m. at Auburn.

The next home game for the Spartans is Friday, Jan. 9 when Sumner hosts the Enumclaw Hornets at 7 p.m.

 

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