Prep volleyball: Archbishop Murphy goes 1-1 at districs

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — After dropping its district opener in a five-set match against Lynden, Archbishop Murphy rebounded with a 3-0 victory over Lake Washington in the Wildcats’ second contest of the evening to continue on in the 2A District 1/2 volleyball tournament Wednesday night at Mountlake Terrace High School.

Sam Hayward had 32 kills and 37 digs in the opening match, which Archbishop Murphy lost 3-2. Croline Hoban had eight kils and 14 digs and Jaime Cymbaluk added seven kills, seven aces and eight digs for the Wildcats.

In the second game of the night, Hayward came up big again with 14 kills and 21 digs as Archbishop Murphy defeated Lake Washington 25-19, 25-21, 25-21. Emily Capponi had four kills and 15 digs in the Wildcats’ victory and Emily Capponi had 15 digs and four kills.

Archbishop Murphy moves on in the consolation round of the tournament and will play again Saturday as the Wildcats try to clinch one of the final two berths from the district to state.

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.

Lynden1625252315—3

Archbishop Murphy2521142513—2

Highlights—Lynden: not reported. Archbishop Murphy: Sam Hayward 32 kills, 37 digs, five aces; Caroline Hoban eight kills, 14 digs; Lauren Braswell 14 digs; Jaime Cymbaluk seven kills, seven aces, two blocks, eight digs. Records—Lynden 7-9 overall. Archbishop Murphy 13-4.

Archbishop Murphy 3, Lake Washington 0

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.

Lake Washington192121—0

Archbishop Murphy252525—3

Highlights—Lake Washington: not reported. Archbishop Murphy: Sam Hayward 14 kills, 21 digs; Emily Capponi four kills, 15 digs; Alexa Rauvola four kills, four digs; Jaime Cymbaluk nine kills, two blocks, two digs; Gaby Flake three aces, 17 digs. Records—Lake Washington not reported. Archbishop Murphy 13-4 overall.

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