Sumner wins, Bonney Lake falls | PREP FOOTBALL

With four games remaining in the regular season, the Sumner Spartans sit in first place of the South Puget Sound League 3A division.

Sumner wins in dramatic fashion

With four games remaining in the regular season, the Sumner Spartans sit in first place of theSouth Puget Sound League 3A division.

The Spartans are tied with the Lakes Lancers with a 3-0 conference record and 5-0 overall.

Sumner’s latest win came Thursday against the Peninsula Seahawks.

The Spartans won by one, 21-20.

During the final seconds of Root Sports Game of the Week, the Seahawks scored a touchdown tocome within one.

Rather than going for a two point conversion, Peninsula decided to kick the point after and tie thegame.

But the Seahawks’ kick was blocked, sealing the victory for the Spartans.

Junior running back Connor Wedington had 18 carries for 129 yards.

Senior Josh Riley rushed the ball on 23 carries for 101 yards.

Bonney Lake slips to 1-2 in league play

The Panthers are five spots behind its league-leading rivals.

Bonney Lake is 1-2 in conference play and 2-3 overall.

The Panthers hosted the tied for Lakes Lancers and lost Friday 27-7.

Bonney Lake’s only score of the game came in the second quarter.

 

 

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