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The athletic department at Bishop Lynch High School solidified its commitment to providing outstanding medical treatment for its athletes with the hiring of a second full-time athletic trainer, Sarah Macy.

Macy isn’t exactly new to BL athletics, having served as a part-time AT for the past year through the Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation, but effective July 1, joins head athletic trainer Mike Hopper as a full-time staff member.

“Being here for the BL students and athletes (and sometimes the faculty) is the most rewarding part of the job,” Macy said. “I enjoy helping the students through the recovery process so they can get back to participating in their sport.”

Macy — a former collegiate soccer player — developed an interest in athletic training way back in high school, where she was part of the student AT program at Apple Valley High School in California.

She later went on to play soccer at Victor Valley Junior College in California and continued to volunteer in the athletic training program. Macy obtained her bachelor’s degree in athletic training after receiving an athletic scholarship from Kansas Wesleyan University.

Her experience at BL has been nothing but positive, making the transition to full-time status a no-brainer.

“I really enjoy the people at Bishop Lynch,” she said. “Everybody is welcoming and invites you into the Friar family. I also like that it’s a faith-based community, where the common denominator is our faith. We’re able to freely share our beliefs with each other.”

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