Prep boys basketball: Archbishop Murphy 64, South Whidbey 49

LANGLEY — Josh Parafina scored a game-high 18 points as Archbishop Murphy defeated South Whidbey in a Cascade Conference game. Brandon Asay led the Falcons with 17 points in the loss.

At South Whidbey H.S.

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Archbishop Murphy—Abe Lucas 6, D’Andre Bryant 2, Connor Sand 7, Nolan Rogge 6, Darion Joseph 2, Chase White 10, Conner Longoria 9, Josh Parafina 18, Ben Thacker 0, Connor Simmons 0, Yannick Kwesele 3, Tyler Klaudt 0, Anfernee Gurlen 0. South Whidbey—Kale Reichersamer 2, Nick Bennett 6, Brandon Asay 17, Nick French 9, Parker Collins 11, Nate Hanson 0, Greg Smith 0, Chandler Sutton 2, CJ Sutfin 2. 3-point goals—not reported. Records—Archbishop Murphy 4-2 league, 4-8 overall. South Whidbey 2-4, 2-9.

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