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Published: Tuesday, January 21, 2014, 9:26 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Lakewood 47, Archbishop Murphy 41

ARLINGTON — Marissa Blair scored a team-high 17 points and Hailey Senyitko added 16 as Lakewood defeated Archbishop Murphy to earn the school’s first victory over the Wildcats in school history in a Cascade Conference game. Riley Jones added 14 rebounds for the Cougars. Sam Hayward scored a game-high 21 points to lead Archbishop Murphy in the loss.
At Lakewood H.S.
Archbishop Murphy 12 7 8 14 — 41
Lakewood 12 9 17 9 — 47
Archbishop Murphy—Jenna Martin 2, Haley Sizelove 3, Alyson Matriotti 3, Addison Schmidt 0, Megan Wall 6, Kacey Moore 0, Gemma Miller 5, Sam Hayward 21, Madeline Maher 1. Lakewood—Taylor Storms 0, Hailey Senyitko 16, Natalie Neer 2, Hayley Malakowski 4, Marissa Blair 17, Brooklyn Hammond 4, Cassidy Dvorak 4, Reille Jones 0. 3-point goals—Sizelove, Miller, Hayward, Senyitko. Records—Archbishop Murphy 5-3 league, 6-6 overall. Lakewood 4-4, 4-9.

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Story tags » Lakewood High SchoolArchbishop Thomas J. Murphy High SchoolHigh School Basketball

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