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Football: Follow Friday night’s games with score updates

Post by Doug Pacey / The News Tribune on Oct. 14, 2011 at 2:34 pm with 1 Comment »
October 14, 2011 10:08 pm

SPSL NORTH
Tahoma 42, Auburn Riverside 19, Final

SPSL SOUTH
Bethel 73, Puyallup 56, Final
Curtis 51, Emerald Ridge 20, Final

NARROWS 4A
Olympia 27, Gig Harbor 3, Final
South Kitsap 38, Mount Tahoma 7, Final

SPSL 3A
Lakes 69, Enumclaw 0, Final
Peninsula 36, Auburn Mountainview 10, Final

EV-CO
Centralia 27, Aberdeen 21, Final
Tumwater 52, River Ridge 7, Final
NT 35, Black Hills 14, Final

SPSL 2A
Franklin Pierce 39, White River 19, Final
Eatonville 22, Sumner 19, Final

OTHERS
Cedar Park Christian 16, Orting 14, 4th Qtr.
W.F. West 35, Mark Morris 14, Final
Montesano 63, Elma 7, Final
Tenino 49, Rochester 15, Final
Morton/White Pass 36, Toutle Lake 0, Final
Naselle 34, NW Christian 0, Half

Find box scores and other final scores right here.

We’ll be posting in-game scoring updates on the blog tonight. Follow along here or get updates sent to your smartphone via Twitter by following @TNTPreps.

THURSDAY RESULTS

Kentlake 10, Auburn 7 (Kentlake owns SPSL North title)

Mount Rainier 35, Spanaway Lake 30

Federal Way 49, Rogers 17 (Federal Way clinched at least a share of SPSL South title)

Bellarmine Prep 49, Shelton 0

Timberline 21, Lincoln 13

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  1. susieandmartin says:

    Mr. Pacey, a couple of weeks ago you mentioned how you do your rankings. I was a little dismayed at how you popped Ferris to the No.1 spot based on your criteria. One of those criteria was points for and points against. I thought that you completely ignored Bellarmine’s stat’s. Let me enlighten you. I added all the opponents scores and came up with 45. Then I added all of Bellarmine’s scores and got 240, through this Thursday. Now if you get the average of Bellarmine’s score, you come up with 48. Now granted they have played some nothing teams, but then again all powerful high school teams do. Yesterday on your Twitter page you asked: Ferris lost, who should be No.1 now? Well how about the #2 team? I believe they have earned it.

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