Rough estimate: somewhere between 104.3 and 129.1 MPGe for the trip, for a car that’s window sticker rated at 98 MPGe.
Keep in mind that the concept of Miles per Gallon Equivalent does not include regen in the calculations, only wall to wheel electricity. You can’t really include the energy content of the regen in your MPGe mileage calculations if you don’t know how much regen was created during the trip and the charging losses associated with creating the regen and putting it into the battery.
Your screen shows 13.0 kWh Used, which suggests a partial recharge, making it more difficult to calculate the electrical Ge portion of the equation. A window sticker rating of 38 ev miles, 98 MPGe indicates that when the battery is fully charged, it contains 38/98 = 0.39 Ge of energy equivalent fuel. If the amount from the wall is ~120% of the kWh Used, then this trip used ~15.6 kWh from the wall plug.
ev fuel used: 15.6 kWh/(33.7 kWh/Ge) = 0.46 Ge
fuel used to travel 102.4 miles: ev + gas = 0.46 + 0.33 = 0.79 Ge
102.4 miles/0.79 Ge = 129.14 MPGe
Of course, if, say, 20 of those miles were done using regen created during the drive (doesn’t really matter if gas or electric miles), then the 0.79 Ge of energy equivalent fuel would have been used to drive only 82.4 miles, or 104.3 MPGe.