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Published: Monday, December 2, 2013, 9:32 p.m.

Prep girls basketball: Burlington-Edison 48, Archbishop Murphy 46

EVERETT -- Archbishop Murphy's fourth-quarter rally fell short as visiting Burlington-Edison edged the Wildcats in the season-opening game for both teams. Sam Hayward led Murphy with 11 points and also had five rebounds and two steals. Megan Wall added seven points, six rebounds and four blocks.
At Archbishop Murphy H.S.
Burlington-Edison 7 16 15 10 -- 48
Archbishop Murphy 12 7 10 17 -- 46
Burlington-Edison--Tyra Lopez 8, Carly Watson 2, Edie Breckenridge 14, Ali Heyntsen 1, Jacki Smith 0, Katie Rodriguez 0, Olivia Capron 7, Delaney Watson 0, Rylee Gundersen 4, Emily Agen 12. Archbishop Murphy--Megan Wall 7, Brook Faber 4, Jenna Martin 0, Haley Sizelove 3, Alyson Matriotti 6, Addison Schmidt 4, Kacey Moore 2, Gemma Miller 9, Sam Hayward 11, Madeline Maher 0, Elianna Lucas 0. 3-point goals--Sizelove 1, Miller 1, Hayward 1. Records--Burlington-Edison 1-0 overall. Archbishop Murphy 0-1.

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