Watch Replay: Detroit Central Vs. Detroit Southeastern In PSL Div. 3


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Today's matchup: Detroit Central vs. Detroit Southeastern, in the PSL Division 3/4 championship at Detroit Collegiate Preparatory High School at Northwestern. 

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DETROIT CENTRAL (4-0): Two-way playmaker Jus'tyz Tuggle has Division II offers and is a big reason why Central is trying to repeat as PSL champs. Central won a nail-biter over Henry Ford, 8-7, in its opener, before convincing wins over Detroit Pershing (28-8), Detroit Douglass (58-0) and Detroit Collegiate Prep (49-0). 

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DETROIT SOUTHEASTERN (4-0): The Jungaleers haven't allowed a point this season, and other than their 16-0 win over Detroit Pershing to open the season, the games haven't been close. Southeastern beat Detroit Douglass, 46-0; Detroit Communication Media Arts, 45-0; and Detroit Osborn, 43-0, for a whopping score differential of 150-0 on the season. Central beat Southeastern, 20-0, in last year's PSL semifinal, so respect is on the line Friday. 


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