Prep boys basketball: Sultan 76, Archbishop Murphy 61

SULTAN —Giovanni Williams scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as Sultan beat Archbishop Murphy to secure the No.1 seed in the 2A District 1 Tournament. Anfernee Gurley scored 13 and Josh Parafina added 12 to lead the Wildcats.

At Sultan H.S.

Archbishop Murphy16191214—61

Sultan21181819—76

Archbishop Murphy—Abe Lucas 4, D’Andre Bryant 8, Connor Sand 2, Nolan Rogge 5, Chase White 8, Conner Longoria 9, Kerry Jackson, Josh Parafina 12, Anfernee Gurley 13. Sultan—Robbie Rappuhn 15, Joe Schmidt 8, Giovonni Williams 20, Chris Walcott 0, Tyler Morris 2, Bubba Branham 14, Cooper Beucherie 5, Antonio Rivas 4, Deion Bonilla 8. 3-point goals—Parafina 3, Gurley 13, Rappuhn 3, Schmidt 2, Branham. Records—Archbishop Murphy 10-4 league, 10-10 overall. Sultan 10-4, 13-7.

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