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Bishop Lynch track teams started the season strong last weekend, earning fourth-place finishes in both varsity divisions at the Bryan Adams Invitational.

Medalists for the Lady Friars include Ava Peeples, who won gold in the 3200 meters with a time of 11:54.51 and silver in the 1600 meters with a time of 5:37.67, less than a half-second behind the winner.

Brianna Kipp won silver in the high jump (1.59 meters) and Kaitlyn Steele won bronze in the pole vault (2.01 meters). Cindy Ogunedo also took bronze in the shot put.

The Friars earned medals from Miguel Jasso, who finished second in the 800 meters with a time of 2:09.40, and Joe Brockman, who was second in the pole vault (2.93 meters).

Ty Ellard took bronze in the high jump (1.77 meters) while the 1600-meter relay team of Jasso, Michael West, Alex Lara and Efrain Rojas finished third with a time of 3:46.39.

The men's team finished with 56 points, just two points behind North Forney and Life School Oak Cliff, which tied for second. Desoto took the men's team title with 239 points.

On the women's side, the Lady Friars finished with 57 points, behind only Mesquite Horn (150), Desoto (141) and Midland (95).

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