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Bishop Lynch runners made quite the impression Friday as regional and state meets draw closer, earning first and third in the team standings at Prestonwood Christian Academy.

The Lady Friars blew away the field, winning the team title with 135 points, more than twice the point total of the second-place team. The Friars finished third, just eight points behind second-place Coram Deo.

The BL relay teams combined for six medals — two gold, two silver and two bronze. Ava Peeples swept the two long distance races on the women's side, while Joseph McDonald medaled in both distance races on the men's side.

The teams will compete Friday, April 15 at Trinity Christian Academy, the final (scheduled) meet in preparation for the TAPPS Region I Championship April 28, also at Prestonwood. The state meet is slated for May 6-7 in Waco.

 
Prestonwood Christian Lions Relays — Friday, April 8, 2016
 

Men's Varsity — Team Standings

  1. Nolan Catholic            129
  2. Coram Deo                  80
  3. Bishop Lynch               72

 

Women's Varsity — Team Standings

  1. Bishop Lynch               135
  2. Prestonwood Chr.       63
  3. Coram Deo                  56
 

Men's Varsity Medalists

1600 Meters

2. Joseph McDonald (4:51.23)

 

3200 Meters

3. Joseph McDonald (10:43.59)

 

110 Hurdles

3. Ryan Elizar (20.21)

 

4x200 Relay

1. Michael WestJacob LewisAlex Lara and Jake Younger (1:33.61)

 

4x400 Relay

3. Michael West, Alex Lara, Drake Burciaga and Jake Younger (3:35.65)

 

Women's Varsity Medalists

200 Meters

2. Chasady Johnson (26.53)

 

400 Meters

3. Jaida Thomas (59.47)

 

1600 Meters

1. Ava Peeples (5:23.76)

 

3200 Meters

1. Ava Peeples (11:32.18)

 

100 Hurdles

3. Isabella Foster (18.50)

 

300 Hurdles

1. Jessica Taylor (48.49)

 

4x100 Relay

2. Emma Williams, Chasady Johnson, Kristen Phoenix and Jaida Thomas (50.26)

 

4x200 Relay

1. Jennifer Obi, Taylor Haynes, Jane Onuoha and Kristen Phoenix (1:47.44)

3. Emma Williams, Mie Somiari, Jessica Taylor and Chasady Johnson (1:55.83)

 

4x400 Relay

2. Mie Somiari, Kaitlyn Steele, Jessica Taylor and Jaida Thomas (4:11.68)

 

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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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