Sumner’s Joy Mahnken (21) puts up a shot during a game against Puyallup on Dec. 2. “(Joy’s) been a great leader and we depend on her offensively,” teammate Kaitlyn Clark said.
Sumner’s Joy Mahnken (21) puts up a shot during a game against Puyallup on Dec. 2. “(Joy’s) been a great leader and we depend on her offensively,” teammate Kaitlyn Clark said. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Sumner’s Joy Mahnken (21) puts up a shot during a game against Puyallup on Dec. 2. “(Joy’s) been a great leader and we depend on her offensively,” teammate Kaitlyn Clark said. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

Sumner’s Mahnken doesn’t shy from spotlight in Spartans’ ascension to 4A SPSL

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