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Prep Football: Curtis rolls past Auburn; ERidge snaps 19-game skid

Post by Doug Pacey / The News Tribune on Oct. 8, 2010 at 3:55 pm with 2 Comments »
October 8, 2010 11:33 pm

We’ll be posting scoring updates from high school football games around the South Sound here on the blog tonight. You can also follow DougPaceyTNT and TNTPreps on Twitter to get updates.

SPSL North
Kentwood 30, Kentlake 28 – FINAL
Auburn Riverside 30, Jefferson 22 – FINAL

SPSL South
Bethel 41, Graham-Kapowsin 35 – FINAL/OT
Emerald Ridge 20, Puyallup 17 – FINAL
Federal Way at Beamer

Narrows League 4A
Bellarmine Prep 27, South Kitsap 3 – FINAL
Gig Harbor 20, Central Kitsap 17 – FINAL
Olympia 24, Stadium 7 (Half)
Mount Tahoma at Shelton

Narrows League 3A
Wilson 51, Lincoln 22 – FINAL
Capital 70, Foss 0 – FINAL

Eatonville 44, Clover Park 26 – FINAL
Franklin Pierce 28, Sumner 14 – FINAL
Fife 23, White River 6 (2nd)
Steilacoom at Washington

Evergreen Conference
W.F. West 34, Black Hills 0 – FINAL
Tumwater 40, Centralia 7 – FINAL
River Ridge at Aberdeen

Nisqually League
Orting 47, Charles Wright 21 – FINAL
Vashon at Chimacum

Pacific 2B
Northwest Christian at Willapa Valley

Curtis 41, Auburn 14 – FINAL
Morton/White Pass 21, Adna 12 (3rd)
Port Angeles 35, North Mason 18 – FINAL
Bainbridge at North Thurston

SPSL North

Kentridge 48, Mount Rainier 0

SPSL South
Rogers 61, Spanaway Lake 14

Narrows League 3A
Timberline 35, Yelm 0

Bonney Lake 24, Peninsula 12
Enumclaw 28, Auburn Mountainview 6
Lakes 49, Decatur 0

Leave a comment Comments → 2
  1. roastbeef253 says:

    I would like to take this moment to congratulate Mr. Doug Pacey on his ability to accurately predict the final outcome of the Kentwood/Kentlake game. While some may say that you can foresee the future, I would have to say you just got lucky. Especially since you very inaccurately predicted the outcome of Curtis/Auburn. I guess every good pick has one equally as bad. At least you got the winners right (for those two games).

  2. buttsnort says:

    Way to go Curtis!!!

    The Bethel/GK game came down to QB’s and coach play calling. Bethel’s QB is better and showed he has many different tools; arm, legs and speed.

    GK had the game in the bag, had they kept running, they would have won. But the coach called for a pass play and the QB fumbled.

    Give it up to Bethel!

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