Aushanti Potts-Woods scored a season-high 33 points as the Curtis High School boys basketball team rolled to its 10th consecutive victory in an 83-66 rout of Emerald Ridge in the 4A South Puget Sound League South regular-season finale.
Curtis (17-3; 12-0 4A SPSL South) finishes atop the league standings, and ensured the Jaguars (8-12, 5-7) finish behind Puyallup and third-place Rogers to tie for fourth in the South alongside Spanaway Lake and Bethel.
At Stadium 65, Yelm 50: The Tigers allowed just 14 points in the first half and Bobby Moorehead scored 28 points in their 4A Narrows win.
Stadium (9-8, 7-3 4A Narrows) moved into a tie for first place with Timberline (12-6, 7-3) atop the league standings. The two teams play each other next on at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Timberline.
At Lincoln 80, Shelton 53: Trevion Brown scored 22 points and Josiah Barsh added 21 as the Abes cruised past the Highclimbers for a 3A Narrows victory.
Lincoln (15-3; 10-2 3A Narrows) moves into a three-way tie atop the league standings after Foss (14-4; 10-2) beat Wilson (15-3; 10-2), 93-79, on Friday. Lincoln next travels to Wilson at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Curtis 64, at Emerald Ridge 24: Jalaiya Frederick scored 18 points and Anna Matz had 15 to lift the Vikings in their 4A SPSL South regular-season finale.
Curtis (16-4, 11-1 4A SPSL South) led 17-2 after the first quarter. The Vikings finished tied with Bethel atop the league standings for a share of the 4A SPSL South title.
At Bethel 41, Graham-Kapowsin 32: Tianna Brown scored 25 points as the Braves overcame an early deficit to ensure a share of the 4A SPSL South title.
Bethel (13-5, 11-1 4A SPSL South) scored five points in the first quarter, but outscored the Eagles (5-15, 2-10) 13-2 in the second.
Bethel beat Curtis, 42-33, on Jan. 6 and Curtis returned the favor with a 54-50 win on Jan. 24.