Prep boys basketball: Cedarcrest 61, Archbishop Murphy 46

DUVALL — Jordan Corpus scored 20 points and added seven rebounds and six assists to lead Cedarcrest to a win over Archbishop Murphy in a Cascade Conference game. Josh Parafina led the Wildcats with 11 points in the loss.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

Archbishop Murphy1291312—46

Cedarcrest18131317—61

Archbishop Murphy—Zander Clouse 10, Phil Hoban 10, Connor Sand 0, Brantle Harris 3, Sajan Saini 2, Chase White 0, Conner Longoria 7, Josh Parafina 11, Adam Rasmussen 3. Cedarcrest—Bennett Minnie 8, Zach Taylor 13, Chris Cole 0, Jordan Corpus 20, Austin Paxman 5, John Soule 10. 3-point goals—Taylor 1, Corpus 1, Paxman 1, Minnie 2. Records—Archbishop Murphy 2-2 league, 2-3 overall. Cedarcrest 4-0, 4-5.

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