Prep boys soccer: Archbishop Murphy 7, Coupeville 0

EVERETT — Sophomore Parker Buchanan and junior Gabe Astone each scored two goals to lead Archbishop Murphy to the victory in a Cascade Conference game. Senior Christian Thode scored a goal and had two assists for the Wildcats.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

Goals—Parker Buchanan (AM) 2, Christian Thode (AM), Brady Henderson (AM), Gabe Astone (AM) 2, Jacob Snider (AM). Assists—Thode (AM) 2, Jensen Crisler (AM), Diego Rios (AM), Chase Whittaker. Goalkeepers—Coupeville: Not Reported. Archbishop Murphy: Jeff Scavotto, Trevor Johnston. Records—Coupeville 2-3-0 league, 3-3-0 overall. Archbishop Murphy 5-0-0, 6-0-1.

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