Prep girls basketball: Lynden 57, Archbishop Murphy 40

LYNDEN —Stephanie Somers scored a game-high 17 points to lead Lynden to a semifinal victory over Archbishop Murphy in the 2A District 1/2 Tournament. Megan Wall scored 14 to lead the Wildcats.

At Lynden H.S.

Arch. Murphy810814—40

Lynden13111419—57

Archbishop Murphy—Jenna Martin 0, Haley Sizelove 5, Alyson Matriotti 8, Addison Schmidt 3, Megan Wall 14, Kacey Moore 2, Sam Hayward 8, Madeline Maher 0, Elianna Lucas 0. Lynden—Amanda Warner 2, Kira Nelson 7, Maddie Kramme 0, Jasmine Neria 5, Holly McKinley 1, Ashlyn Morgan 4, Lauren Zwiers 0, Olivia Bonsen 0, Elisa Kooiman 13, Kaitlyn Mark 8, Emily Holt 0, Stephanie Somers 17. 3-point goals—Sizelove, Wall, Schmidt, Somers, Mark, Neria. Records—Archbishop Murphy 11-10 overall. Lynden 16-6.

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