Prep football: Archbishop Murphy 40, Cedarcrest 21

DUVALL — Kerry Jackson ran for 134 yards and two touchdowns to lead Archbishop Murphy past Cedarcrest. The Wildcats’ Anfernee Gurley also scored twice, returning a kickoff 90 yards and catching an 8-yard pass from Nolan Rogge. Red Wolves quarterback Adam Davenport threw for two touchdowns and ran for another TD.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

Archbishop Murphy62077—40

Cedarcrest0777—21

AM—Connor Longoria 16 pass from Nolan Rogge (kick failed)

AM—Kerry Jackson 4 run (kick failed)

C—Adam Golden 1 pass from Adam Davenport (Brandon Mowry kick)

AM—Anfernee Gurley 90 kickoff return (Mason Bailey kick)

AM—Gurley 8 pass from Rogge (Bailey kick)

C—Zach Miller 8 pass from Davenport (Mowry kick)

AM—Reagan Gordon 6 run (Bailey kick)

C—Davenport 1 run (Mowry kick)

AM—Jackson 46 run (Bailey kick)

Records—Archbishop Murphy 1-4 league, 2-5 overall. Cedarcrest 1-4, 2-6.

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