Prep boys basketball: Archbishop Murphy 75, Granite Falls 66

GRANITE FALLS — Archbishop Murphy’s Conner Longoria scored 25 points and the Wildcats used a 26-12 second quarter to knock off previously unbeaten Granite Falls. Josh Parafina added 21 points for Archbishop Murphy, while Karl Spencer led the Tigers with 21.

At Granite Falls H.S.

Arch. Murphy14261223—75

Granite Falls21121518—66

Archbishop Murphy—Abe Lucas 12, D’Andre Bryant 5, Connor Sand 0, Nolan Rogge 5, Chase White 5, Conner Longoria 25, Josh Parafina 21, Ben Thacker 2, Connor Simmons 0, Tyler Klaudt 0. Granite Falls—Steven Hyvari 8, Riley Larsen 15, Evan West 10, Dan Matalomani 8, Alex O’Neill 2, Karl Spencer 21, Ezra Chavez 2. 3-point goals—Parafina 2, Larsen, West 2, Matalomani, Spencer. Records—Archbishop Murphy 2-0 league, 2-3 overall. Granite Falls 1-1, 3-1.

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