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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Race for second place in WesCo 4A
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