Victories for Sumner boys, Bonney Lake girls | FRIDAY BASKETBALL

BOYS BASKETBALL Sumner 56, Bonney Lake 44 GIRLS BASKETBALL Bonney Lake 36, Sumner 33


Sumner 56, Bonney Lake 44

February 5 at Sumner

Bonney Lake: 7-12-19-6 – 44

Sumner: 12-16-18-10 – 56

Sumner scoring: Hashwinder Singh 18, Austin Avey 13, Seth Carnahan 7, Kristian Lewis 5, Dawson Cutright 5, Darian Johnson 4, Luke Ross 3, Justin Abercrombie 1.

Bonney Lake scoring: Ryan Arpin 11, Michael Harvey 8, Zach Goff 7, A.J. Andino 6, Brock Frame 4, Alex Stevenson 4, Jake Martin 2, Donnie Hofstrand 2.

Sumner record: 7-7 league, 13-7 overall.

Bonney Lake record: 1-13 league, 3-17 overall.



Bonney Lake 36, Sumner 33

February 5 at Sumner

Details not provided.

Bonney Lake record: 10-4 league, 12-8 overall.

Sumner record: 8-6 league, 10-10 overall.


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