Weekly Roundup | Bonney Lake and Sumner fall sports

The following are results from Bonney Lake and Sumner games played from Tuesday, Oct. 7 until Thursday, Oct. 9.

Sumner junior Megan McDonald and Bonney Lake junior Lauren Hanbidge

The following are results from Bonney Lake and Sumner games played from Tuesday, Oct. 7 until Thursday, Oct. 9.

For more results and information regarding these teams, visit the South Puget Sound League’s website.

Bonney Lake

Girls Soccer

Record: 2-6-0, 3-6-0

Oct. 7

BL 0 – Sumner 1

Oct. 9

BL 1 – Peninsula 0

Volleyball

Record: 4-5, 5-5

Oct. 7

BL 0 – Auburn Mountainview 3

Oct. 9

BL 3 – Lakes 0

Girls Swim

Record: 3-3, 5-3

Oct. 7

BL 84 – Auburn Riverside 101

Oct. 9

BL 113 – Auburn 70

Girls Golf

Record: 2-8, 2-8

Oct. 9

BL 29 – Peninsula 48

Boys Golf

Record: 6-4, 6-4

Oct. 7

BL 69 – Lakes 45

Boys Tennis

Record: 8-6, 9-6

Oct. 7

BL 5 – Enumclaw 0

Oct. 8

BL 1 – Sumner 4

Oct. 9

BL 0 – Auburn Riverside 5

Boys Cross Country

Oct. 8

BL 27 – Auburn Mountainview 32

Girls Cross Country

Oct. 8

BL 31 – Auburn Mountainview 25

Sumner

Girls Soccer

Record: 7-1-0, 8-2-0

Oct. 7

Sumner 1 – BL 0

Oct. 9

Sumner 1 – Auburn Mountainview 0

Volleyball

Record: 4-5, 5-5

Oct. 7

Sumner 3 – Auburn 0

Oct. 9

Sumner 0 – Auburn Mountainview 3

Girls Swim

Record: 2-3, 3-3

Oct. 7

Sumner 80 – Lakes 95

Oct. 9

Sumner 77 – Peninsula 109

Girls Golf

Record: 8-3, 8-3

Oct. 7

Sumner 42 – Peninsula 52

Oct. 9

Sumner 44 – Lakes 16

Boys Golf

Record: 6-5, 6-5

Oct. 7

Sumner 48 – Peninsula 65

Oct. 9

Sumner 65 – Lakes 35

Boys Tennis

Record: 12-2, 12-2

Oct. 7

Sumner 4 – Lakes 1

Oct. 8

Sumner 4 – BL 1

Oct. 9

Sumner 4 – Enumclaw 1

Boys Cross Country

Oct. 8

Sumner 19 – Auburn 43

Sumner 47 – Peninsula 15

Girls Cross Country

Oct. 8

Sumner 23 – Auburn 38

Sumner 40 – Auburn 21

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