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The varsity Friars won't be heading to the postseason this weekend, but if Monday's season finale is any indication, they should be a real threat the next time around.

Sophomores Sean Coman and Davis Peck came up with clutch plays again and again, leading the Friars to a 68-66 win over Parish Episcopal during Monday's season finale.

Coman pumped in a game-high 23 points, Peck added 12 and had several key defensive plays as the Friars snapped a seven-game losing streak with an impressive win against a team that had beaten BL by 22 just a month earlier.

Senior Gage Tipton was also in double figures with 10 points in his final game in a Bishop Lynch uniform. The team will graduate just two seniors this year.

The junior varsity Friars topped Parish by a 64-33 score and ended their season with a 21-8 overall record and 11-3 district mark.

The freshman team beat Parish 64-25, won nine of their last 10 games and closed out the year with a 21-7 record overall and 11-3 district record.

 

Varsity Boys — Monday, Feb. 22

PE        14        16        16        20 — 66

BL        12        17        22        17 — 68

Scoring: Sean Coman 23, Davis Peck 12, Gage Tipton 10, Nick Freis 9, Duncan West 6, Chris Scaife 5, Jordan Buck 3

Record: 16-18 overall, 3-11 district

Next Game: End of season

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