Prep girls basketball: Lake Washington 57, Archbishop Murphy 35

MOUNT VERNON —Sydney Shepard scored a game-high 18 points and Carly Rataushk added 10 to lead Lake Washington to a win over Archbishop Murphy in the 2A District 1/2 semifinals. Alyson Matriotti led the way for the Wildcats with eight points.

At Mount Vernon H.S.

L. Washington16151412—57

Arch. Murphy611810—35

Lake Washington—Johnna Jahnke 2, Lizzie Giovicchini 9, Sammy McChesney 0, Karly Beazer 0, Hanna Brender 4, Alyssa Rusch 2, Rebecca Francker 8, Carter Nelson 2, Sydney Shepard 18, Madison Shepard 0, Carly Rataushk 10, Seeky 0. Archbishop Murphy—Jenna Martin 3, Haley Sizelove 1, Alyson Matriotti 8, Addison Schmidt 7, Megan Wall 6, Kacey Moore 2, Sam Hayward 6, Madeline Maher 2, Elianna Lucas 0. 3-point goals—Giovicchini 3. Records—Lake Washington 11-12 overall. Archbishop Murphy 11-10.

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