Archbishop Murphy wide receiver Anfernee Gurley leaps into the end zone just out of the grasp of Tumwater cornerback Jacob Crawford for a touchdown during the 2A football state semifinal game at the Tacoma Dome last year. Both Archbishop Murphy and Tumwater seemed destined for a collision course to play each other in the 2A state playoffs this season, but are both good enough to be playing in either 4A or 3A?
Archbishop Murphy wide receiver Anfernee Gurley leaps into the end zone just out of the grasp of Tumwater cornerback Jacob Crawford for a touchdown during the 2A football state semifinal game at the Tacoma Dome last year. Both Archbishop Murphy and Tumwater seemed destined for a collision course to play each other in the 2A state playoffs this season, but are both good enough to be playing in either 4A or 3A? Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Archbishop Murphy wide receiver Anfernee Gurley leaps into the end zone just out of the grasp of Tumwater cornerback Jacob Crawford for a touchdown during the 2A football state semifinal game at the Tacoma Dome last year. Both Archbishop Murphy and Tumwater seemed destined for a collision course to play each other in the 2A state playoffs this season, but are both good enough to be playing in either 4A or 3A? Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

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