Prep girls basketball: Archbishop Murphy 56, Coupeville 39

COUPEVILLE — Archbishop Murphy’s Megan Wall had 20 points, six rebounds and six steals as the Wildcats earned a road win over Coupeville in a Cascade Conference game. Amanda Fabrizi led the Wolves with 10 points.

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Archbishop Murphy—Jenna Martin 8, Haley Sizelove 2, Alyson Matriotti 2, Addison Schmidt 11, Megan Wall 20, Kacey Moore 2, Sam Hayward 9, Madeline Maher 2, Elianna Lucas 0. Coupeville—Amanda Fabrizi 10, Breeanna Messner 5, Hailey Hammer 1, Kacie Kiel 0, Julia Myers 4, Madeline Strasburg 5, Wynter Thorne 0, Makana Stone 8. 3-point goals—Martin 2, Wall 2. Records—Archbishop Murphy 3-2 league, 4-5 overall. Coupeville 2-3, 5-4.

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