Prep girls basketball: Archbishop Murphy 47, Roosevelt 34

EVERETT — Beth Carlson led Archbishop Murphy with 19 points, 17 rebounds and five steals at the Archbishop Murphy Tournament. Teammate Monti Cooper had 10 points, 10 rebounds and four steals.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

Archbishop Murphy1413515—47

Roosevelt114118—34

Archbishop Murphy—Beth Carlson 19, MaireMichael Carroll 0, Monti Cooper 10, Megan Wall 6, Madison Pollock 3, Gemma Miller 3, Addison Schmidt 0, Anna Maher 6. Roosevelt—Izzy Mason 7, Emma Seymour 10, Kamilah Mims 2, Hannah Swanson 6, Brenna Christensen 7, Claire Villiott 2. 3-point goals—Miller 1, Maher 2, Mason 1, Christensen 1. Records—Archbishop Murphy 7-1 overall. Roosevelt not reported.

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