Prep girls basketball: Archbishop Murphy 50, Sultan 29

EVERETT —Megan Wall posted a triple double, tallying 29 points, 11 steals, and 10 rebounds to lead Archbishop Murphy to a win over Cascade Conference opponent Sultan. Belle Ellis and Shelby Jeffries each scored eight points to lead the Turks.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

Sultan61166—29

Archbishop Murphy881816—50

Sultan—Randi Tuggle 0, Khayla Mackenzie 1, Jessica Hopkins 4, Courtney Morris 6, Hannah Bierbrauer 0, Payton McGuire 0, Belle Ellis 8, Raeghan Belcher 2, Shelby Jeffries 8. Archbishop Murphy—Jenna Martin 0, Haley Sizelove 6, Alyson Matriotti 4, Addison Schmidt 2, Megan Wall 29, Kacey Moore 2, Gemma Miller 0, Sam Hayward 7, Madeline Maher 0, Elianna Lucas 0. 3-point goals—Wall, Sizelove 2. Records—Sultan 6-8 league, 7-13 overall. Archbishop Murphy 9-5, 10-8.

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