Prep girls basketball: Archbishop Murphy 78, Coupeville 42

EVERETT — Beth Carlson scored 33 points and added nine rebounds, six steals, four blocks and four assists to pace Archbishop Murphy to a win over Coupeville in a Cascade Conference game. Amanda Fabrizi scored 13 points to lead the Wolves in the loss.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.


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Coupeville—Amanda Fabrizi 13, Breeanna Messner 5, Madeline Strasburg 3, Jai’Lysa Hoskins 6, Makana Stone 9, Hailey Hammer 6. Archbishop Murphy—Beth Carlson 33, Gabby Ducheane 0, MaireMichael Carroll 0, Alyson Matriotti 2, Monti Cooper 6, Megan Wall 6, Madison Pollock 9, Gemma Miller 8, Addison Schmidt 2, Anna Maher 7, Elianna Lucas 2. 3-point goals—Carlson 1, Maher 1, Cooper 1, Wall 1, Pollock 1, Miller 2. Records—Coupeville 3-9 league, 5-13 overall. Archbishop Murphy 11-1, 14-3.

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