Lynden Christian’s Josie Bocci dribbles through the Archbishop Murphy defense in the Lyncs’ 44-31 win over the Wildcats on Thursday in Everett. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Lynden Christian’s Josie Bocci dribbles through the Archbishop Murphy defense in the Lyncs’ 44-31 win over the Wildcats on Thursday in Everett. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Lynden Christian girls outlast Archbishop Murphy 44-31

The Lyncs (1A) prevailed over the Wildcats (2A) in a battle of unbeaten squads.

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