Archbishop Murphy celebrates their win for the 2A state soccer championship on May 27, 2017. Next school year, the Wildcats will compete against mostly 3A and 4A public schools as part of the Wesco high school sports league. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Archbishop Murphy celebrates their win for the 2A state soccer championship on May 27, 2017. Next school year, the Wildcats will compete against mostly 3A and 4A public schools as part of the Wesco high school sports league. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Archbishop Murphy will join Wesco sports league next year

The private Catholic school in Everett will compete against larger public high schools.

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