Victories for Bonney Lake boys, Sumner girls | SATURDAY BASKETBALL

BOYS BASKETBALL Bonney Lake 52, Franklin Pierce 48 GIRLS BASKETBALL Sumner 44, Puyallup 40


Bonney Lake 52, Franklin Pierce 48

January 2 at Bonney Lake

Franklin Pierce: 14-15-8-11 – 48

Bonney Lake: 13-13-10-16 – 52

Bonney Lake: Eric Voellger 21, Donnie Hofstrand 10, Brock Frame 9, A.J. Andino 6, Alex Stevenson 2, Patrick Oxile 2, Zach Goff 2.

Bonney Lake record: 0-4 league, 2-8 overall.


Sumner 44, Puyallup 40

January 2 at Sumner

Puyallup: 6-14-8-10-2 – 40

Sumner: 7-10-14-7-6 – 44

Sumner: Kaitlyn Clarke 12, Jaylin Borden 9, Annie Smith 8, Kelsey Bell 7, Joy Mahnken 4, Jane Allyn Norris 4.

Sumner record: 2-2 league, 4-5 overall.



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