Weekly Roundup | Spring Sports Bonney Lake and Sumner | March 31 to April 7

The following are Bonney Lake and Sumner spring sport results for March 31 to April 7.

The following are Bonney Lake and Sumner spring sport results for March 31 to April 7.

Bonney Lake

Baseball

Record: 3-2, 7-2

March 31

BL 12 – Peninsula 5

April 1

BL 5 – Decatur 8

April 2

BL 12 – Enumclaw 2

April 3

BL 23 – Lakes 2

Softball

Record: 2-3, 5-3

April 1

BL 0 – Enumclaw 2

April 3

BL 11 – Lakes 1

Boys Soccer

Record: 4-1-0

April 1

BL 3 – Bellarmine Prep 0

Goals:

Tyler John

Austin Hendricks

Jonah Phillips

Assists:

Brian Grob

Brody Fitzsimmons

Tyler John

Girls Tennis

Record: 0-2, 0-4

April 1

BL 0 – Auburn Riverside 5

Track and Field

Girls Record: 0-2-0

April 3

BL 45 – Auburn Mountainview 105

Boys Record: 2-0-0

April 3

BL 75 – Auburn Mountainview 70

Sumner

Baseball

Record: 6-0, 9-0

March 31

Sumner 20 – Washington 3

April 1

Sumner 10 – Orting 1

April 2

Sumner 8 – Orting 1

April 3

Sumner 12 – Steilacoom 2

April 4

Sumner 1 – North Thurston 0

Softball

Record: 1-3, 1-7

April 1

Sumner 1 – Orting 8

April 3

Sumner 7 – Steilacoom 9

Boys Soccer

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

April 1

Sumner 3 – Clover Park 1

April 5

Sumner 0 – Auburn Mountainview 3

Girls Tennis

Record: 4-0, 4-0

March 31

Sumner 5 – Clover Park 0

April 2

Sumner 5 – Steilacoom 0

Track and Field

Girls Record: 3-0-0

April 3

Sumner 91 – Fife 59

Boys Record: 3-0-0

April 3

Sumner 85 – Fife 58

Bonney Lake Sumner Drill

The drill team placed fifth in state in the military category.

And Katie Lasko finished first in drill downs.

This was the last time the combined team will perform together. Next year, the teams will be separated into two.

For game results and recap, check the Courier-Herald’s website throughout the week.

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