High School Sports

Narrows, SPSL high school football playoff scenarios entering Oct. 30

4A NARROWS LEAGUE

No. 1: Gig Harbor or Bellarmine Prep

▪  Gig Harbor earns the top seed and the 4A Narrows title if it beats Bellarmine Prep on Friday.

▪  Bellarmine Prep earns the top seed and the 4A Narrows title if it beats Gig Harbor on Friday.

No. 2: Gig Harbor or Bellarmine Prep

▪  Gig Harbor would be the No. 2 seed if it loses to Bellarmine Prep on Friday

▪  Bellarmine Prep would be the No. 2 seed if it loses to Gig Harbor on Friday

No. 3: Olympia or Yelm

▪  Olympia would be the No. 3 seed if it beats Yelm on Friday. OR if Yelm beats Olympia by fewer than 14 points AND Timberline beats South Kitsap.

▪  Yelm would be the No. 3 seed if it beats Olympia on Friday AND Timberline loses to South Kitsap. OR if Yelm beats Olympia by 14 points or more AND Timberline beats South Kitsap.

OUT: Olympia or Yelm

▪  Olympia is eliminated from 4A district playoff contention if it loses to Yelm AND Timberline loses to South Kitsap. OR if Olympia loses to Yelm by 14 points or more AND Timberline beats South Kitsap.

▪  Yelm is eliminated from 4A district playoff contention if it loses to Olympia. OR if Yelm beats Olympia by fewer than 14 points AND Timberline beats South Kitsap.

3A NARROWS LEAGUE

No. 1: Lincoln

No. 2: Central Kitsap, Shelton or Wilson

▪  Wilson would be the No. 2 seed if it beats Central Kitsap on Friday.

▪  Central Kitsap would be the No. 2 seed if it beats Wilson AND Shelton loses to Capital on Friday.

▪  Shelton would be the No. 2 seed if it beats Capital AND Central Kitsap beats Wilson.

No. 3: Central Kitsap, Shelton or Wilson

▪  Wilson would be the No. 3 seed if it loses to Central Kitsap

▪  Central Kitsap would be the No. 3 seed if it loses to Wilson AND Shelton loses to Capital. OR if it beats Wilson and Shelton beats Capital.

No. 4: Central Kitsap, Capital or Wilson

▪  Capital would be the No. 4 seed if it beats Shelton.

▪  Central Kitsap would be the No. 4 seed if it loses to Wilson AND Shelton beats Capital.

▪  Wilson would be the No. 4 seed if it loses to Central Kitsap AND Shelton beats Capital.

OUT: Capital or Shelton

▪  Capital would be eliminated from district playoff contention if it loses to Shelton.

▪  Shelton would be eliminated from district playoff contention if it loses to Capital.

4A SPSL NORTH

No. 1: Kentwood, Thomas Jefferson or Kentlake

▪  Kentwood earns the No. 1 seed and the SPSL North title if it beats Todd Beamer on Friday.

▪  Thomas Jefferson earns the No. 1 seed and the SPSL North title if it beats Kentlake on Friday AND Kentwood loses to Todd Beamer.

▪  Kentlake earns the No. 1 seed and the SPSL North title if it beats Jefferson AND Kentwood loses to Todd Beamer.

No. 2: Thomas Jefferson, Todd Beamer, Kentlake

▪  Thomas Jefferson would be the No. 2 seed if it beats Kentlake AND Kentwood beats Todd Beamer

▪  Todd Beamer would be the No. 2 seed if it beats Kentwood.

▪  Kentlake would be the No. 2 seed if it beats Jefferson AND Kentwood beats Todd Beamer.

No. 3: Kentlake, Kentwood or Thomas Jefferson

▪  Kentlake would be the No. 3 seed if it loses to Thomas Jefferson AND Kentwood beats Todd Beamer.

▪  Kentwood would be the No. 3 seed if it loses to Todd Beamer.

▪  Thomas Jefferson would be the No. 3 seed if it loses to Kentlake AND Kentwood beats Todd Beamer.

No. 4: Todd Beamer or Kentlake

▪  Todd Beamer would be the No. 4 seed if it loses to Kentwood.

▪  Kentlake would be the No. 4 seed if it loses to Thomas Jefferson AND Todd Beamer beats Kentwood.

No. 5: Federal Way or Tahoma

▪  Federal Way would be the No. 5 seed if it beats Tahoma

▪  Tahoma would be the No. 5 seed if it beats Federal Way

Out: Federal Way or Tahoma

▪  Federal Way would be eliminated from 4A district playoff contention if it loses to Tahoma

▪  Tahoma would be eliminated from 4A district playoff contention if it loses to Federal Way

4A SPSL SOUTH

No. 1: Bethel or Graham-Kapowsin

▪  Bethel earns the No. 1 seed and the 4A SPSL South title if it beats Graham-Kapowsin on Friday.

▪  Graham-Kapowsin earns the No. 1 seed and the 4A SPSL South title if it beats Bethel on Friday.

No. 2: Curtis or Graham-Kapowsin

▪  Curtis earns the No. 2 seed if Graham-Kapowsin beats Bethel.

▪  Graham-Kapowsin earns the No. 2 seed if it loses to Bethel.

No. 3: Bethel, Curtis or Puyallup

▪  Bethel earns the No. 3 seed if it loses to Graham-Kakpowsin.

▪  Curtis earns the No. 3 seed if Bethel beats Graham-Kapowsin AND Rogers beats Puyallup.

▪  Puyallup earns the No. 3 seed if it beats Rogers AND Bethel beats Graham-Kapowsin.

Out: Curtis or Puyallup

▪  Curtis is eliminated from 4A district playoff contention if Puyallup beats Rogers AND Bethel beats Graham-Kapowsin.

▪  Puyallup is eliminated from 4A district playoff contention if it loses to Rogers. OR if it beats Rogers and Graham-Kapowsin beats Bethel.

3A SPSL

No. 1: Sumner

No. 2: Auburn Mountainview

No. 3: Lakes

No. 4: Bonney Lake or Peninsula

▪  Bonney Lake is the No. 4 seed if it beats Peninsula on Friday.

▪  Peninsula is the No. 4 seed if it beats Bonney Lake on Friday.

Out: Bonney Lake or Peninsula

▪  Bonney Lake is eliminated from 3A district playoff contention if it loses to Peninsula.

▪  Peninsula is eliminated from 3A district playoff contention if it loses to Bonney Lake.

2A SPSL

No. 1: River Ridge

No. 2: Fife, Franklin Pierce, Steilacoom, Washington

▪  Fife would be the No. 2 seed if it beats Clover Park on Friday.

▪  If Fife loses to Clover Park on Friday and Washington beats Franklin Pierce on Friday, all teams would be 4-3 and play in mini-playoff with Kansas tiebreaker rules on Sunday at Orting High School.

No. 3: Fife, Franklin Pierce, Steilacoom or Washington

▪  Franklin Pierce would be the No. 3 seed if it beats Washington on Friday.

▪  If Franklin Pierce loses to Washington, Franklin Pierce, Steilacoom and Washington would all be 4-3 and play in a mini-playoff with Kansas tiebreaker rules on Sunday at Orting High School. The first game would be between Washington and Steilacoom. The winner of that would play Franklin Pierce. If Franklin Pierce wins that game, it is the No. 3 seed and the loser is the No. 4 seed. If Franklin Pierce loses that game, the winner is the No. 3 seed and Franklin Pierce would play the loser of the first game. If Franklin Pierce wins that game, it is the No. 4 seed and the losing team is eliminated. If Franklin Pierce loses that game, the winner would advance to play the winner of the second game for the No. 3 or No. 4 seed.

No. 4: Fife, Franklin Pierce, Steilacoom or Washington

▪  Steilacoom is the No. 4 seed if Franklin Pierce beats Washington.

▪  If Franklin Pierce loses to Washington, Franklin Pierce, Steilacoom and Washington would all be 4-3 and play in a mini-playoff with Kansas tiebreaker rules on Sunday at Orting High School. The first game would be between Washington and Steilacoom. The winner of that would play Franklin Pierce. If Franklin Pierce wins that game, it is the No. 3 seed and the loser is the No. 4 seed. If Franklin Pierce loses that game, the winner is the No. 3 seed and Franklin Pierce would play the loser of the first game. If Franklin Pierce wins that game, it is the No. 4 seed and the losing team is eliminated. If Franklin Pierce loses that game, the winner would advance to play the winner of the second game for the No. 3 or No. 4 seed.

OUT: Fife, Franklin Pierce, Steilacoom or Washington

▪  Washington is eliminated from 2A district playoff contention if it loses to Franklin Pierce.

▪  If Washington beats Franklin Pierce, If Franklin Pierce loses to Washington, Franklin Pierce, Steilacoom and Washington would all be 4-3 and play in a mini-playoff with Kansas tiebreaker rules on Sunday at Orting High School. The first game would be between Washington and Steilacoom. The winner of that would play Franklin Pierce. If Franklin Pierce wins that game, it is the No. 3 seed and the loser is the No. 4 seed. If Franklin Pierce loses that game, the winner is the No. 3 seed and Franklin Pierce would play the loser of the first game. If Franklin Pierce wins that game, it is the No. 4 seed and the losing team is eliminated. If Franklin Pierce loses that game, the winner would advance to play the winner of the second game for the No. 3 or No. 4 seed.

t.cotterill@thenewstribune.com

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