Prep boys basketball: Archbishop Murphy 78, Coupeville 50

COUPEVILLE — A game-high 21 points from Chase White led Archbishop Murphy to a win over Cascade Conference opponent Coupeville. Wiley Hesselgrave scored 16 points to lead the Wolves.

At Coupeville H.S.

Archbishop Murphy19212216—78

Coupeville11141312—50

Archbishop Murphy—Abe Lucas 8, D’Andre Bryant 7, Connor Sand 2, Nolan Rogge 2, Chase White 21, Conner Longoria 6, Kerry Jackson 0, Josh Parafina 10, Ben Thacker 11, Connor Simmons 0, Yannick Kwesele 4, Tyler Klaudt 2, Anfernee Gurley 5. Coupeville—Wiley Hesselgrave 16, Joel Walstad 8, Aaron Trumbull 3, Anthony Bergeron 11, Morgan Payne 0, Gavin O’Keefe 3, Oscar Liquidano 0, Matt Shank 3, Nick Streubel 6. 3-point goals—Parafina 2, Thacker 3, Walstad 2, Bergeron. Records—Archbishop Murphy 9-3 league, 9-9 overall. Coupeville 1-12, 3-16.

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