Prep boys basketball: Archbishop Murphy 85, South Whidbey 53

LANGLEY — Thirteen Wildcats saw time on the court and 12 of them scored in a Cascade Conference win for Archbishop Murphy. The Wildcats did a lot of damage from 3-point range, with seven players hitting a total of 13 3s. Conner Longoria led scoring for the game with 17 points and Nick French paced South Whidbey with 16.

At South Whidbey H.S.

Archbishop Murphy16252321—85

South Whidbey11201012—53

Archbishop Murphy—Zander Clouse 10, Phil Hoban 11, Connor Sand 6, Brantle Harris 8, Sajan Saini 3, Chase White 6, Conner Longoria 17, Kerry Jackson 0, Josh Parafina 13, Adam Rasmussen 3, Tyler Klaudt 2, Bryant Sutton 3, Brad Kwesele 3. South Whidbey—Brandon Asay 13, Sam Turpin 2, Nick Bennett 7, Nick French 16, Taylor Simmons 0, Nate Hanson 3, Josh Bishop 2, Angus Jones 0, Chase Collins 2, Parker Collins 8. 3-point goals—Asay 1, Hanson 1, Hoban 1, Sand 2, Saini 1, White 2, Longoria 3, Parafina 3, Rasmussen 1. Records—Archbishop Murphy 4-2 league, 5-4 overall. South Whidbey 1-5, 3-8.

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