Prep boys basketball: Shorewood 81, Archbishop Murphy 43

EVERETT — Shorewood center Josh Hawkinson led all scorers with 22 points and the Thunderbirds put up 27 points in the second quarter to beat Wildcats in the final of the Archbishop Murphy Holiday Tournament. Taylor Freeman added 16 points for the T-birds and Chase White led Murphy with 10 points.

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Archbishop Murphy—Zander Clouse 7, Phil Hoban 7, Connor Sand 1, Brantle Harris 6, Sajan Saini 0, Chase White 10, Conner Longoria 3, Kerry Jackson 2, Adam Rasmussen 2, Tyler Klaudt 5, Bryant Sutton 0. Shorewood—Anxhelos Pere 0, Taylor Freeman 16, Brandon Mar 2, Zane Hopen 12, Karson Gronvold 2, Ben Andrews 5, Zach Rattray 4, Ian Kirk 2, Josh Hawkinson 22, Sam Boone 9, Max Hundhausen 0. Jordan Muir-Keung 7. 3-point goals—Clouse, Hoban, White 2, Hopen 3, Freeman 2. Records—Archbishop Murphy 3-4 overall. Shorewood 8-3.

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