Prep girls basketball: King’s 76, Archbishop Murphy 38

SEATTLE — Kendall Adams and Julia Berenson scored 16 points apiece to lead King’s to a win over Archbishop Murphy in a Cascade Conference game. Megan Wall led the Wildcats with 13 points and five rebounds in the loss.

At Seattle Pacific University

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Archbishop Murphy—Jenna Martin 4, Haley Sizelove 2, Alyson Matriotti 2, Addison Schmidt 2, Megan Wall 13, Kacey Moore 4, Gemma Miller 4, Sam Hayward 2, Madeline Maher 2, Elianna Lucas 3. King’s—Kendall Adams 16, Julia Berenson 16, Daylee Hanson 7, Savanna Hanson 13, Mia Hayek 5, Karly Hibbard 12. 3-point goals—Martin, Wall 2, Miller, Lucas. Records—Archbishop Murphy 2-1 league, 2-3 overall. King’s 3-0, 4-2.

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