TJ leads all-sports championship after fall

Mirror staff

The Mirror is starting a new Federal Way All-Sports Championship award, which will track the overall performance of the athletic programs of all four high schools in the city — Beamer, Decatur, Federal Way and Jefferson.

The award ranks the schools finishes in the South Puget Sound League South Division in every sport. We will award 20 points to the highest placing Federal Way district school in the league standings, 15 for the second highest, 10 for third and five points for fourth. Five bonus points are awarded for an SPSL South championship.

Following the fall sports season, which includes football, volleyball, girl’s soccer, cross country, girl’s swimming, golf and boy’s tennis, Jefferson holds a slight lead over Decatur. The Raiders sit with 152.5 points in large part, to their league titles in boy’s and girl’s cross country and boy’s tennis. Decatur is right behind with 150 total points, thanks to a league title in girl’s golf and high finishes in football, volleyball and girl’s soccer.

Federal Way sits in third with 85 points and Beamer trails in fourth with 82.5, thanks to a solid finish in boy’s golf.

The Federal Way All-Sports Championship standings after the fall sports season will be updated following the winter season, which includes boy’s and girl’s basketball, boy’s swimming, wrestling and gymnastics.

The final standings will conclude after the spring sports season.

The SPSL South conducts a similar type of award for its 10-team league — awarding points for first through ninth place.

Puyallup High School leads after the fall sports season with 100.50 points, Curtis is second with 89.5 and Decatur is third with 82.5 points. Jefferson sits in fourth place with 77.33 points. Federal Way is ninth with 24.33 points and Beamer is 10th with 15.5.

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