Bench players give Murphy a lift in win over Cascade

EVERETT — With his team behind by 12 coming out of the first half, Archbishop Murphy boys basketball coach Jerry Zander decided to turn to his bench in the third quarter.

It delivered.

Devon Fleming hit three 3-pointers in the third period to help Archbishop Murphy storm back and take a 75-69 non-conference victory over visiting Cascade.

“The bench guys were huge tonight: Devon (Fleming), Brendan Sherrer, Nate Hards … They stepped it up,” Zander said.

Fleming finished with 13 points, Hards hit one 3-pointer and finished with four points and Sherrer chipped in six points.

Archbishop Murphy (2-0) also received a significant lift from junior power forward JJ Quinlan, who sank eight free throws in the fourth quarter to preserve the Wildcats’ lead. Quinlan finished with 20 points and 12 rebounds.

Chris McGrath led Cascade with 19 points and three 3-pointers.

“McGrath did everything for them,” Zander said. “He hit shots with our guys all over him.”

Matt Reading also chipped in 12 points for Cascade.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

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Cascade — Hancock 9, Joyce, McDaniels 8, McGrath 19, Reading 12, Roark 8, Shewfelt 10, Walker 3. Archbishop Murphy — Bourke 4, Clancy 6, Fleming 13, Hards 4 1, Healow, LaMarre, McCann 1, Melton 9, Quinlan 20, Sherrer 6, Smith 11. 3-point goals —Hancock, McGrath 3, Reading, Roark, Fleming 3, Hards, Smith 3. Records — Cascade 1-4 overall. A. Murphy 2-0.

Coupeville 63, Oak Harbor 60: At Coupeville, Alex Evans hit a 3-pointer with four minutes to play to give Coupeville a one-point lead and the 1A school made 11 of 14 free throws in the fourth quarter to upset 4A Oak Harbor in the non-league game. The Wildcats missed two 3-point attempts in the final nine seconds. The Wolves were 21-for-28 from the free-throw line overall.

At Coupeville H.S.

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Oak Harbor — Brooks 6, Edens, Haley 5, Haslom 2, McCardle 10, Rouser 6, Rumble 14, Schulle 17, Stout. Coupeville — Bagby, Evans 13, Loesch 12, Miller 11, O’Keefe 8, Peters 5, Smith 14, Wilcox. 3-point goals — Haley 1, McCardle 1, Schulle 3, Peters 1, Loesch 1, Smith 2, Evans 2. Records — OH 2-5 overall. Coupeville 4-2.

Shorecrest 38, Todd Beamer 34: At Shoreline, a late run by Todd Beamer in the fourth quarter threatened Shorecrest’s hold on the lead, but the Scots made nine of 12 free throws in the quarter to secure the non-league victory. Mark Golike led all scorers with 17 points.

At Shorecrest H.S.

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TB — Wanquist 15, Winton 8, Hart 7, Cook 3, Davis 1, Cooper, Thomas, Williams. Shorecrest — Bermudez 10, Dodge 4, Golike 17, Hake 2, Harris, Jochim, Kanuch 3, Sullivan 2, Wenberg. 3-point goals — Wanquist 3, Winton 1, Hart 1. Bermudez 1, Golike 1. Records — TB 2-5 overall. Shorecrest 3-3.

Meadowdale 58, Inglemoor 57: At Lynnwood, Jake Clamplitt hit a lay-up with less than a minute left to put Meadowdale up 57-53 and the Mavericks hung on to earn the non-conference win. Mark Mclaughlin scored 21 points for Inglemoor. Paul Werner hit six 3-pointers to lead Meadowdale with 20 points.

At Meadowdale H.S.

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Inglemoor — Campbell 4, Bryant 4, Griffith 6, Bush 12, Day 3, McEwelle 7, Poster, Thurston, Mclaughlin 21, Washington, Bailey. Meadowdale — Beeson, Clampitt 9, Gorman 3, Hamlett 6, Matteson 12, Nelson, O’Neill 8, P. Werner 20, S. Werner. 3-point goals —Griffith 2, Bush 2, Day, McEwelle, Mclaughlin 3, P. Werner 6. JV—Meadowdale def. Inglemoor. Records — Inglemoor 2-4 overall. Meadowdale 5-0.

King’s 77, Granite Falls 27: At Shoreline, Erich Fuhlendorf scored 28 points and grabbed seven rebounds, Dylan O’Neil posted a double-double with 11 points and 14 rebounds and King’s rolled to a Cascade Conference victory. Thomas Knudson led Granite Falls with eight points.

At King’s H.S.

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Granite Falls — Boots, Campbell, Hillery 2, Howard 5, Knudson 8, Ogren, Redman, Walcker, Walker 6, Whitt 2. King’s — Brugger 2, Clocksin 6, Fuhlendorf 28, Hardy 12, Hoff, Harris 6, Mar 4, McDonald 4, O’Neil 11, Watts 2, Talbot 2. JV- Kings def. GF. 3-point goals — Fuhlendorf 2, Hardy 2. Records — GF 0-1 league, 1-4 overall. King’s 1-0, 2-2.

Clallam Bay 58, Tulalip Heritage 43: At Clallam Bay, Rickie Davis had nine points and 10 rebounds and James Mathias scored 11 points, grabbed seven rebounds and dished out five assists for Tulalip Heritage in the non-league game.

At Clallam Bay H.S.

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Tulalip Heritage — Davis 9, Hatch 3, Henry, Kublic 5, Mathias 11, Wasko 12, Wayne. CB — Chartraw 11, Smith 6, Wooderly 11, Richardson 3, Angelo, Green 16, Bowlby 2, DeMill. 3-point goals — Kublic 1, Mathias 2, Wasko 1, Hatch 1, Chattraw, Wooderly 2, Angelo 1, Green 2. Records — TH 1-2 overall. CB not reported.

Seattle Academy 63, Orcas Island 47: At Eastsound, Seattle Academy’s Rian Claxton scored 19 points and Seattle Academy grabbed an early 23-15 lead on its way to the non-conference victory. Brendan Beyl and Laszlo Miller each chipped in 10 points for Seattle Academy in the win.

At Orcas Island H.S.

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SA — Claxton 19, Beyl 10, Miller 10, McMahon 8, Engstrom 7, Moseley 7, Saar 2, Kennedy. Orcas Island — Diepenbrock 9, Doherty, Gincig 17, Hofmann 1, Janssen 7, Nigretto 9, Shaw 4. 3-point goals — not reported. Records — SA 3-1 overall. OI 1-3.

Bear Creek 77, Grace Academy 25: At Kirkland, stifling defense kept the Eagles below 10 points in the first half. Garrett Benson led all scorers with 16 points for Bear Creek.

At Bear Creek H.S.

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Grace Academy — Ga. Weinberg 11, Gr. Weinberg 6, Harrington, Israel 8, Lee, Lugg, McAuliffe, Young. BC — Benson 16, N. Castle 13, Meyer 13, Blankenblecker 12, Strandin 8, M. Castle 6, Rehfeld 4, Davisson 3, Amela 2, Peterson, Richardson. Records — GA 4-2 overall. BC 5-0.

Girls basketball

Shoreline Christian 73, Lummi 43: At Shoreline, the Crusaders remained undefeated with the non-league victory. Freshman Angela Woods led Shoreline Christian with 27 points and added 10 rebounds, six assists and five steals. Ann Barrick had 19 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and six steals and Hayley Ott scored 10 of her 13 points in the second half and collected nine rebounds.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.

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Lummi — Brady 13, Jones 3, Edwards 5, Cultee Lansom 8, Fryberg 3, Taubenhome 2. Shoreline Christian — Anderson, Barrick 19, Crichton 5, DeKoekkoek 4, Novion 2, Ott 13, Richards 3, Schneider, Woods 27. 3-point goals — Woods 3, Brady 4, Edwards 1, Cultee 3, Fryberg 1. Records — Lummi 3-1 overall. SC 7-0.

Clallam Bay 46, Tulalip Heritage 44: At Clallam Bay, a 20-point third quarter lifted Clallam Bay to the non-conference win. Lateesha Jack led Tulalip with 17 points and Sheena Robinson added 10.

At Clallam Bay H.S.

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Tulalip Heritage — Dean 2, Burke, Enick 5, Fryberg 2, Jack 17, Robinson 10, Spencer 7, Velazquez 5. CB — Larrathea 9, Angulo 13, Jenkins 7, Reeves 12, Erickson, Pilappi, Clemens, Welever 5, Davis. 3-point goals — Angulo 2, Welever 1, Robinson 2, Enick 1, Jack 2, Velasquez 1. Records — TH 1-1 overall. CB not reported.

Seattle Lutheran 56, Concrete 46: At Concrete, Seattle Lutheran outscored Concrete 21-9 in the fourth quarter to grab a non-conference victory. Camille Depew scored a game-high 27 points for Seattle Lutheran. Beka Thomas led Concrete with 14 points.

At Concrete H.S.

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SL — Depew 27, Smart 8, Lisko 7, Antioquia 6, McCray 4, Watford 4, Norton. Concrete — A. Taylor, Barnett 8, K. Taylor 10, League 4, Lee, Schoolland, Smith 10, Thomas 14. 3-point goals — not reported. Records — SL 4-1 overall. Concrete 3-2.

Arlington 64, Mount Vernon 63: At Arlington, the Eagles overcame a 35-32 halftime defecit by shooting 10-for-21 from beyond the 3-point arc in the non-league contest. Kyra Prause had five 3-pointers for Arlington and finished with 19 points and eight rebounds. Sheryl Scheppele had three 3-pointers and finished with nine points for the Eagles. Quinn Kesselring added 11 assists for Arlington.

At Arlington H.S.

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MV — Walker 19, Squires 13, Keesee, Kutz 8, Ridnour 11, Noste 6, Barnett 2, Bohn 4. Arlington — Cornist 12, Daggett 2, Jensen 6, Kesselring 5, Murrin, Prause 19, Scheppele 9, White 6, Wilson, Evans 5. 3-point goals — Walker 1, Ridnour 3, Prause 5, Scheppele 3, Evans 1, White 1. Records — MV not reported. Arlington 3-2.

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