WHITE RIVER SOCCER: Hornets, Panthers plan to tangle
Local bragging rights will be on the line Thursday evening when White River and Bonney Lake do battle in prep soccer action.
The game is slated for 7 p.m. on the Panthers’ home field.
The Hornets went looking for their first victory of the season Tuesday night when they traveled south to challenge Capital High; results came too late to be included here, but will be posted Wednesday morning at www.courierherald.com.
The White River girls opened the season Sept. 8 with a disappointing showing against Auburn Mountainview. Playing on their home turf, the Hornets fell 3-0 as the visitors scored early in the game, added a bit of insurance in the 35th minute and put things away with a third goal at the 53-minute mark.
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