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Published: Saturday, December 28, 2013, 6:37 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Shorewood 49, Archbishop Murphy 42

EVERETT -- Taylor Freeman scored a game-high 25 points to pace Shorewood to a victory over Archbishop Murphy in a Archbishop Murphy Holiday Tournament game. Nolan Rogge and Conner Longoria paced the Wildcats with 12 points a piece in the loss.
At Archbishop Murphy H.S.
Shorewood 15 8 9 17 -- 49
Archbishop Murphy 7 12 13 10 -- 42
Shorewood--Anxhelos Pere 4, Taylor Freeman 25, Brandon Mar 7, Jordan Muir-Keung 2, Karson Gronvold 0, Zane Hopen 3, Aaron Okamura 0, Cameran Testerman 2, Sam Boone 6. Archbishop Murphy--Abe Lucas 3, D'Andre Bryant 2, Connor Sand 5, Nolan Rogge 12, Darion Joseph 0, Chase White 0, Conner Longoria 12, Kerry Jackson 0, Ben Thacker 6, Connor Simmons 0, Tyler Klaudt 2. 3-point goals--Freeman 2, Hopen. Records--Shorewood 7-2 overall. Archbishop Murphy 2-6.

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Story tags » Archbishop Thomas J. Murphy High SchoolHigh School BasketballShorewood High School

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