Prep girls basketball: W.F. West 47, Archbishop Murphy 43

TUMWATER — Archbishop Murphy couldn’t quite rally from an 18-9 halftime deficit as W.F. West won the 2A regional game to end the Wildcats’ season. Beth Carlson had 17 points and 14 rebounds to lead Murphy.

At Tumwater H.S.

Archbishop Murphy451321—43

W.F. West108821—47

Archbishop Murphy—Beth Carlson 17, Gabby Ducheane 0, MaireMichael Carroll 6, Madison Pollock 8, Gemma Miller 4, Anna Maher 8. W.F. West—Julie Spencer 8, Tori Weeks 5, Olivia Erskine 3, Raegan Nelson 2, Jamika Parker 18, Katie Hankins 11. 3-point goals—Carlson 2, Carroll 2, Pollock. Records—Archbishop Murphy 19-6 overall. W.F. West 19-4.

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