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Published: Friday, January 11, 2013, 10:35 p.m.

Prep boys basketball: Archbishop Murphy 83, Lakewood 59

EVERETT -- Josh Parafina scored 15 points and Chase White added 14 points and five blocks to lead Archbishop Murphy to a win over Lakewood in a Cascade Conference game. Ryan Alford scored 18 points to go along with his four 3-pointers for the Cougars in the loss.
At Archbishop Murphy
Lakewood 11 12 19 17 -- 59
Archbishop Murphy 13 21 24 24 -- 83
Lakewood--Brady Camp 0, Adam Oppliger 0, Ryan Alford 18, Blaine Kelly 6, Hunter Fritz 4, Justin Peterson 10, Kendal Kippen 3, Paul Coleman 15, Chance Schueller 3, Philip Hofmann 0. Archbishop Murphy--Zander Clouse 8, Phil Hoban 9, Connor Sand 3, Brantle Harris 14, Sajan Saini 0, Chase White 14, Conner Longoria 10, Josh Parafina 15, Brad Kwesele 7, Adam Rasmussen 0, Tyler Klaudt 3, Bryant Sutton 0. 3-point goals--Alford 4, Coleman 1, Sand 1, White 4, Parafina 3, Klaudt 1. Records--Lakewood 2-6 league, 4-10 overall. Archbishop Murphy 5-3, 6-5.

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Story tags » Lakewood High SchoolArchbishop Thomas J. Murphy High SchoolHigh School Basketball

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