Prep girls basketball: Archbishop Murphy 61, Sultan 51

SULTAN — Archbishop Murphy’s Megan Wall scored 42 points to carry the Wildcats to a Cascade Conference win over Sultan. Wall also had seven rebounds and five steals and Sam Hayward had a strong defensive effort with nine rebounds and seven blocks. Jessica Hopkins had 17 points and Courtney Morris chipped in with 15 for the Turks.

At Sultan H.S.

Archbishop Murphy2116159—61

Sultan11131017—51

Archbishop Murphy—Jenna Martin 0, Haley Sizelove 0, Alyson Matriotti 3, Addison Schmidt 4, Megan Wall 42, Kacey Moore 7, Gemma Miller 0, Sam Hayward 1, Madeline Maher 2, Elianna Lucas 2. Sultan—Randi Tuggle 3, Khayla Mackenzie 2, Chrishelle Sentman 6, Jessica Hopkins 17, Courtney Morris 15, Hannah Bierbrauer 0, Payton McGuire 3, Belle Ellis 2, Raeghan Belcher 0, Shelby Jeffries 3. 3-point goals—Wall, Tuggle, Hopkins. Records—Archbishop Murphy 5-2 league, 6-5 overall. Sultan 3-4, 4-8.

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