There’s a pervading belief down in SPSL 4A that the top South Division teams are better the front-runners in the North.
Curtis, which sits third in the South, gave that notion credence last week with a 49-22 win over Auburn Riverside, which is 6-0 in the North and was undefeated overall before last week. And Puyallup (tied for fourth in the South at 3-3) knocked off Kentwood (5-1 in the North) the week before.
Fourth-ranked Federal Way (6-1) will look to continue that trend Saturday against Auburn (5-2).
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WesCo 3A South unbeatens to clash
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Race for second place in WesCo 4A
Behind Edmonds-Woodway, Kamiak and Cascade are the teams to watch in WesCo 4A South. The two meet on Friday at Everett Memorial Stadium. Kamiak, with multiple injuries to starting players, will have to find an answer to a dominant Cascade team.
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