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Published: Thursday, October 3, 2013, 11:10 p.m.

Prep girls soccer: Archbishop Murphy 6, Sultan 0

EVERETT -- Archbishop Murphy's Sammi Conard had a goal and three assists in the Wildcats' shutout win over Sultan. Cali Crisler and Katie Kelleher each scored two goals.
At Archbishop Murphy H.S.
Goals--Sammi Conard (AM), Cali Crisler 2 (AM), Brooke Richardson (AM), Katie Kelleher 2 (AM). Assists--Conard 3. Goalkeepers--Sultan: Bierbrauer and Tran. Team: Natalie Robinson and Christy Talley. Records--Sultan 0-7-0 league, 2-7-0 overall. Archbishop Murphy 7-0-0, 9-0-0.

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Story tags » Sultan High SchoolArchbishop Thomas J. Murphy High SchoolHigh School Soccer

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