The Lady Friar soccer clubs each earned blowout wins Thursday, winning by a combined score of 15-0 over Bishop Dunne and The Highlands.
The varsity girls notched a 9-0 win over Dunne for their sixth straight win, getting goals from seven different players.
The ladies built a 5-0 lead in the first half with goals from Alexis Sanders, Lexi Alexander, Christina Stack and a pair from Atu Mshana.
In the second half, Alicia Isaac found the net twice while Katelyn Curtis and Mica MacKayeach added a goal.
MacKay, Aly Simpkins and Anna Schrader combined to log a clean sheet in goal for Bishop Lynch, which closes out the regular season Monday at home against Parish Episcopal.
The JV girls blanked The Highlands for a 6-0 road win, behind a solid outing by the entire team.
The Lady Friars took a 3-0 lead into intermission and added three more tallies in the second half.
Shannon Chester finished with two goals while Lauren Chester scored a goal and assisted on two others. Goals were also scored by Andrea Marentes, Kaylee Schmoll and Gretchen Amerine. Haley Howe, Courtney Roberts and Amerine each finished with two assists.
The JV will compete in the JV District Tournament next Thursday at Nolan Catholic.
Varsity Girls — Thursday, Feb. 4
Dunne … 0 … 0 – 0
Lynch … 5 … 4 – 9
Goals: Atu Mshana 2, Alicia Isaac 2, Alexis Sanders, Lexi Alexander, Christina Stack, Mica MacKay, Katelyn Curtis.
Record: 15-4-1 overall, 13-2 district
Next Game: Monday vs Parish Episcopal (Senior Night), 5 pm