Bishop Lynch saw just one opponent during the last week and kept a few impressive streaks going as the second half of district play got off to a great start.
The top-ranked Lady Friars (22-7, 9-0) had Tuesday off but hosted John Paul II on Thursday, sweeping the Cardinals by scores of 25-13, 25-19 and 25-12.
In doing so, the team's streaks of overall wins (12), district wins (41) and consecutive sets won (31) remained safe.
Madi Tyus showed no mercy for JP2, hammering down a game-high 16 kills while Melanie Heigele shined once again with 36 assists and 12 digs.
Other key contributors included Bri Kipp (6 kills, 3 blocks), Lauryn Green (8 kills, 3 blocks), Morgan Hinds (12 digs) and Natalie Bennett (11 digs).
Bishop Lynch will be home again Tuesday when it hosts Parish Episcopal at 6 p.m.
The junior varsity stayed unbeaten in district play with a sweep of JP2. Lucy McGarry had 15 assists, Emma Shaffer totaled 10 digs and Anna Nelson, Lucy Maher and Isabella Springman each put down seven kills. The JV is now 18-7 overall and 8-0 in district play.
The sophomore team ran its win streak to 15 straight Friday with a 2-1 win over Shepton. The Lady Friars are now 10-0 in league play and 15-2-1 overall.
The freshman team also swept JP2 on Thursday, moving their district record to 6-1 with an overall mark of 17-3. The freshmen have won eight straight matches.
V/JV vs Parish Episcopal, 5/6 pm
10th at Clark (Plano), 6 pm
V/JV/9th at Nolan Catholic, 5/5/6 pm
10th vs McMillen (Plano), 5:30 pm
District 1-6A Standings
Bishop Lynch 9-0
Liberty Chr. 5-5
John Paul II 5-5
Ursuline Aca. 4-5
Parish Epis. 3-7
Nolan Catholic 3-7
Bishop Dunne 0-9