Curtis ended the regular season with a 70-24 win over playoff-bound Beamer on Thursday night. By scoring 70 points, the Vikings tied the SPSL’s record for points scored in a season with 416. Auburn set the original mark last year.
Some other postseason-related loose ends were tied up on Thursday, too:
Kentridge and Auburn Riverside both lost, which means Kentridge will play at the winner of tonight’s Gig Harbor-Bellarmine Prep contest and Auburn Riverside will take on Graham-Kapowsin at Art Crate Field in a pig-tail game on Tuesday.
Kentwood will host the third-place team from the Greater St. Helens League.
Auburn will host the loser of tonight’s Edmonds-Woodway-Marysville-Pilchuck game.
Bethel will play at the winner of tonight’s Edmonds-Woodway-Marysville-Pilchuck game.
Curtis will host the winner of tonight’s Mariner-Lake Stevens game.
Beamer will play at the GSHL champion, which will be the winner of tonight’s Union-Skyview game.