Archbishop Murphy, Tulalip girls fall in regional round

MILL CREEK — Cyena Fryberg, Tulalip Heritage’s 6-foot post, suffered a fractured foot during a practice session last week.

The Hawks definitely felt her absence in their 52-40 loss to Clallam Bay in a 1B state regional loser-out contest Saturday at Jackson High School.

“We really lacked defense,” Tulalip Heritage coach Cyrus Fryberg said. “Cyena gives us so much defensively, and (her loss) was too much to overcome. Offensively, we had too many turnovers to come close (to winning). We had no rhythm on offense and we couldn’t get in the right sets.”

Keryn Parks led the Hawks (20-6) with 15 points.

Tulalip Heritage tied for the Northwest 1B League regular-season championship and won two of three games in the 1B District 1/2/3 tournament to qualify for the state regional round.

Black Hills 52, Archbishop Murphy 43

LACEY —Archbishop Murphy put a late scare into top-seeded Black Hills, but Emma Duff and the Wolves emerged with the victory to clinch a first-round bye in the Hardwood Classic.

The eighth-seeded Wildcats will face No. 9 Prosser on Wednesday in a first-round Hardwood Classic contest, with tip scheduled for 9 p.m.

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