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The road woes continued for Bishop Lynch in their most recent outing — a 38-21 district loss at Liberty Christian on Friday.

The Warriors (4-1, 2-0) used a balanced offensive attack to frustrate the Friars (2-3, 1-1), and added a well-timed touchdown just seconds before intermission to grab the momentum and carry it to a win.

Bishop Lynch was outgained 452-383 despite another 100-yard rushing game from Jermaine Mask, who churned out 107 hard-earned yards and a touchdown. Tristan Smiththrew for 201 and two scores, while adding another 75 on the ground, but was intercepted twice — his first interceptions of the season.

Liberty Christian opened the scoring late in the first with a 39-yard TD pass from Nick Starkel (280 yards, 3 TDs) to Justus Lee. Midway through the second, the Friars would pull even on Mask's 11-yard run to make it 7-7.

The Warriors pulled back in front less than two minutes later, making it 14-7 on Starkel's second TD pass — a 31-yard hookup with Jon Copeland. With just 15 seconds before halftime, LCS scored a crucial touchdown on a 71-yard pass from Starkel to Kason Howell.

The Warriors added a field goal in the third to take a 24-7 lead, before trading touchdowns with the Friars in the fourth frame. Liberty Christian's Kyleb Howell ran for two scores in the fourth while the Friars passed for two late scores as Smith found Will Gates for a 10-yard TD and Sam Beasley on a seven-yard score.

Drayton Delaney led BL with 60 yards on four receptions.

 

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— Cliff Gibson, Sports Information Director

 

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Bishop Lynch High School
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Recognized for student achievement, leadership, and innovation, Bishop Lynch High School continues to build on a rich heritage that prepares graduates for a lifetime of success. Located in East Dallas and accessible from several major highways, Bishop Lynch serves students throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

In its 50 years, Bishop Lynch has produced more than 350 National Merit Scholars, was named the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Academic State Champions from 2004-2012, and for 10 consecutive years was recognized as overall TAPPS State Henderson Cup Champions for combined excellence in academics, athletics, and the arts. Known for its ability to challenge students of all talents and backgrounds, and due to the school’s college-preparatory curriculum, virtually 100 percent of graduates attend institutes of higher learning. Millions of dollars in scholarships are awarded yearly to Bishop Lynch students from such prestigious schools as Stanford University, Vanderbilt University, The University of Notre Dame, and the United States Military Academies.

Proud of both its heritage and tradition, the mission of Bishop Lynch High School is to teach students “to strive for excellence, to seek truth, and to work for justice in the world.” To see that each student emerges from his or her time at BL with a well-rounded experience, Bishop Lynch offers first-rate academics, including the largest dual enrollment program (55 courses) of any private school in the state of Texas, extensive guidance as students prepare to enter higher education, and a wide variety of extracurricular and service activities. Bishop Lynch hosts a nationally recognized arts program with a facility to match, and athletically, the Friars are known throughout the city, state, and nation as excellent athletes, fair competitors, and champions both on and off the field.

The faculty, administrators, and students of Bishop Lynch have a mutual commitment—a commitment to excellence. Bishop Lynch High School offers bus transportation from many areas of the city. Sponsored by the Catholic Diocese of Dallas, Bishop Lynch High School is accredited by the SACS and the Texas Catholic Conference Accreditation Commission.
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9750 Ferguson Rd.
Dallas, TX 75228
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