Tuesday Hoops | Bonney Lake and Sumner results

On Tuesday, Feb. 4 the Bonney Lake Panthers and the Sumner Spartans played its second to last regular season game.

On Tuesday, Feb. 4 the Bonney Lake Panthers and the Sumner Spartans played its second to last regular season game.

Bonney Lake

The Panthers boys lost 76-49 to Lakes. The Panthers are 0-19 on the season.

Bonney Lake will host Enumclaw tonight at 7 p.m.

The girls beat Lakes Tuesday 50-46 and increased to 15-4 on the season. They sit one game back in second place behind Auburn Mountainview.

The girls will travel to Enumclaw today for the last game of the regular season with tip off set for 7 p.m.

Sumner

The Spartans boys beat Washington Tuesday 69-45. Sumner is tied for first place in the 2A with a 13-6 record.

The boys will travel to White River for the last game of the regular season tonight. The winner of the game is the No. 1 seed going into the sub-district games.

The Sumner girls also won Tuesday, beating Washington 60-47. The Spartans sit on top with an undefeated 13-0 conference record and a 18-1 overall record.

The girls will tip off first in the double header at White River at 5:15 p.m. Similar to the boys, Sumner is in first place in the 2A with White River close behind. If the Spartans win, they will be the No. 1 seed in the sub-districts starting next week.

For results from tonight’s games, check back with the Courier-Herald.

 

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