That’s a wrap, regular season ended Friday | Prep Basketball

The regular season wrapped up Friday for the Bonney Lake and Sumner boys and girls basketball teams.

Riley Bruil

The regular season wrapped up Friday for the Bonney Lake and Sumner boys and girls basketball teams.


The Sumner Spartans boys basketball team finished the regular season winning its last three games in a row.

The Spartans enter the post season with a 9-5 conference record and 13-6 overall.

Sumner beat rival Bonney Lake 56-38 Friday and the Enumclaw Hornets 63-38 Tuesday, Feb. 3.

The boys travel to Tacoma Thursday for the first round of the district tournament.

The Spartans are scheduled to play the Foss Falcons at 7 p.m.


For the second season in a row, the Sumner girls basketball team finished as South Puget Sound League 3A champions.

However, last season they were in the SPSL 2A division.

The girls finish the season with a 12-2 conference record and 16-4 overall.

The Spartans ended on a winning note, winning its last four games.

Sumner beat rival Panthers in the final game of the regular season 46-31.

Sumner enters the postseason, hosting the first game of the districts tournament.

The Spartans are scheduled to host the Capital Cougars from Olympia at 7 p.m. Wednesday.


Bonney Lake

The Panthers boys basketball season came to an end Friday losing 56-38 to Sumner.

The boys ended the season with a 1-13 conference record and 2-18 overall.


The Bonney Lake girls lost its final game of the regular season to the Spartans.

The girls end in fifth place in the SPSL 3A with a 6-8 conference record and 8-12 overall.

The Panthers have advanced to the district tournament.

Bonney Lake will travel to Vancouver to face off against the Prairie Falcons at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

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