Prep girls basketball: Archbishop Murphy 60, Sultan 17

SULTAN — Madison Pollock and Megan Wall scored 12 points apiece to pace Archbishop Murphy to a victory over Sultan in a Cascade Conference game.

At Sultan H.S.

Archbishop Murphy1823145—60

Sultan6380—17

Archbishop Murphy—Beth Carlson 11, Gabby Ducheane 1, Madeline Maher 0, MaireMichael Carroll 2, Alyson Matriotti 0, Monti Cooper 10, Megan Wall 12, Madison Pollock 12, Gemma Miller 1, Addison Schmidt 4, Anna Maher 5, Elianna Lucas 2. Sultan—Cyd Batts 1, Randi Tuggle 4, Chrishelle Sentman 0, Jessica Hopkins 6, Annie Nuyen 0, Courtney Morris 2, Anna Biddle 0, Payton McGuire 2, Belle Ellis 0, Shelby Jeffries 2. 3-point goals—Wall 2, A. Maher 1. Records—Archbishop Murphy 7-0 league, 10-2 overall. Sultan 3-4, 3-9.

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