Prep boys basketball: Archbishop Murphy 68, South Whidbey 52

EVERETT — Brad Kwesele scored 17 points and added six rebounds and four steals to lead Archbishop Murphy to a victory over South Whidbey in a Cascade Conference game. Brandon Asay led all Falcons’ scorers with 16 points in the loss.

At Archishop Murphy H.S.

South Whidbey11211011—52

Archbishop Murphy19171122—68

South Whidbey—Brandon Asay 16, Sam Turpin 3, Nick Bennett 1, Nick French 10, Taylor Simmons 3, Nate Hanson 1, Josh Bishop 9, Parker Collins 7, Angus Jones 2, Chase Collins 0. Archbishop Murphy—Zander Clouse 12, Phil Hoban 8, Brad Kwesele 17, Connor Sand 0, Sajan Saini 0, Chase White 2, Conner Longoria 10, Kerry Jackson 0, Josh Parafina 11, Adam Rasmussen 1, Tyler Klaudt 2, Bryant Sutton 6. 3-point goals—Asay 3, Hoban 1, Kwesele 1. Records—South Whidbey 2-11 league, 4-15 overall. Archbishop Murphy 9-4, 10-6.

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