Sports Roundup | Bonney Lake and Sumner results from Jan. 21 to Jan. 24

The following are results from Bonney Lake and Sumner events played Jan. 21 to Jan. 24.

The following are results from Bonney Lake and Sumner events played Jan. 21 to Jan. 24.

Bonney Lake

Boys Basketball

BL record: 0-16

Jan. 21

BL 62 – Enumclaw 67

Bonney Lake Scoring Summary:

Zahnow – 5

Graham – 0

Thomas – 15

Herd – 24

Hofstrand – 3

Studebaker – 7

Weed – 4

Harvey – 0

Voellger – 4


Jan. 24

BL 46 – Peninsula 48


Girls Basketball

BL record: 13-3

Jan. 21

BL 38 – Enumclaw 31


Jan. 24

BL 50 – Peninsula 32


Boys Swim

BL record: 4-6

Jan. 21

BL 118 – Clover Park 26

BL 119 – Franklin Pierce 35

BL 107 – Washington 43


Jan. 23

BL 67 – Auburn Mountainview 116


Boys Wrestling

Jan. 22

BL 59 – Lakes 13


Girls Wrestling

Jan. 22

BL 6 – Lakes 6



Jan. 22

BL at Auburn High School



Boys Basketball

Sumner record: 10-6

Jan. 21

Sumner 63 – Franklin Pierce 32


Jan. 24

Sumner 62 – Steilacoom 48


Girls Basketball

Sumner record: 15-1

Jan. 21

Sumner 62 – Franklin Pierce 28

Sumner Scoring Summary:

Selmer – 0

Hurd – 18

Denzinger – 2

Mahnken – 6

Qualls – 6

Pederson – 2

Lange – 26

Coates – 0

Henken – 2


Jan. 24

Sumner 73 – Steilacoom 10


Boys Swim

Sumner Record: 6-5

Jan. 21

Sumner 73 – Enumclaw 113


Jan. 23

Sumner 132 – Decatur 50


Boys Wrestling

Jan. 23

Sumner 75 – Steilacoom 6



Jan. 22

Sumner at Auburn High School


Washington State Soccer Coaches Association All-State 2013 Fall Soccer Team

Class 2A

MVP – Alyssa Murray, Sumner

Coach of the Year – Robi Turley, Sumner


First Team

Midfielder – Brooke Lancaster, Sumner


Defender – Alyssa Murray, Sumner


Goal Keeper – Jamie Lange, Sumner


Honorable Mention

Forward – Jordan Thompson, Sumner


Class 3A

First Team

Midfielder – Madison Adams, Bonney Lake

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EHS students advance to state robotics competition

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