Sports Roundup | Results from first week of the season

Bonney Lake Boys Basketball Dec. 2 BL 54 - Graham Kapowsin 61

Bonney Lake

Boys Basketball

Dec. 2

BL 54 – Graham Kapowsin 61


Dec. 3

BL 23 – Fife 62


Girls Basketball

Dec. 3

BL 44 – Fife 37


Dec. 5

BL 46 – River Ridge 51


Boys Swim

Dec. 5

BL 53 – Peninsula 130



Boys Basketball

Nov. 30

Sumner 41 – Bainbridge 53


Girls Basketball

Dec. 3

Sumner 57 – Rogers 39


Boys Wrestling

Dec. 5

Sumner 66 – Clover Park 11


Dec. 7

Sumner Invite

Spartans placed 1st (4-0)

Sumner 78 – Edmonds-Woodway 6

Sumner 62 – Decatur 22

Sumner 42 – Todd Beamer 31

Sumner 52 – Westview, Ore. 27


Cross Country SPSL Honors

Bonney Lake

Boys 1st Team:

Mykel Fisher


Boys 2nd Team:

Jacob Bohl

Bennett Hillier

Ryan Engledow


Girls 2nd Team:

LaRee Graham



Boys 1st Team:

Nate Weber

Jordan Landes


Boys 2nd Team:

Arturo Perez

Dillon Smith


Girls 1st Team:

Abi Hensler

Abby Marcotte


Girls 2nd Team:

Bailey Thomsen


Female Athlete of the Year:

Abi Hensler

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