Thursday results for Bonney Lake, Sumner | Fall Sports

The following are results from games and matches played Thursday, Sept. 11.

The following are results from games and matches played Thursday, Sept. 11.

Bonney Lake


Record: 0-1, 1-1

Bonney Lake 3 – Auburn Mountainview 1

14-25, 14-25, 26-24, 23-25

Panther Highlights:

Kaytlyn Heaslip 6 kills, 9 digs

Vegas Casey, 8 kills, 2 blocks

Payton Mitchell 14 assists

Natalia Medrano 11 digs

Girls Golf

Record: 1-2, 1-2

Bonney Lake 19 – Auburn 10

Boys Golf

Record: 1-0, 1-0

Bonney Lake 61 – Auburn 38

Boys Tennis

Record: 2-0, 2-0

Bonney Lake 4 – Auburn Mountainview 1


Girls Soccer

Record: 1-1-0

Sumner 0 – Puyallup 1


Record: 1-0, 2-0

Sumner 3 – Auburn 0

Boys Golf

Record: 1-2, 1-2

Sumner 42 – Auburn Riverside 32

Spartan Highlights:

Medalist: Junior Matthew Stevens, 42 strokes, 11 points

2) Senior captain Alec Esterbrook, 43 strokes, 10 points

4) Freshman Dillan Wehmer, 46 strokes, 7 points

5) Senior Drew Wehmer, 47 strokes, 7 points

8) Sophomore Adam Dorfler, 53 strokes, 4 points

10) Junior Perry Hubbard, 51 strokes, 3 points

Boys Tennis

Record: 2-0, 2-0

Sumner 4 – Peninsula 1


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