Track season opens with meet in Wylie

Track season opens with meet in Wylie

With most of its athletes still competing in winter sports, the Bishop Lynch Track and Field program took to Wylie last week for the Mike Williams Invitational, touting a group of underclassmen to open the season.

The teams posted a number of Top 10 finishes despite finishing last in both team standings. However, the Friars and Lady Friars each gained valuable experience to use as the season progresses.

Ryan Huntress won the lone medal for Bishop Lynch, claiming silver in the pole vault with a personal record of 13-00. Jake Bayouth finished fourth in the men's discus, just a few feet out of the bronze medal spot.

 

Bishop Lynch Results

 

400 Meters – Men

9. Jared Shaw

 

800 Meters – Men

5. Matthew Strawman

8. Addison Baum

 

1600 Meters – Men

5. Luke Hernandez

 

110m Hurdles – Men

9. Cole Rappaport

 

300m Hurdles – Men

7. Joseph White

 

4x100 Relay – Men

7. Theo Uhrik, Jacob Liawang, White, and Rappaport

 

4x200 Relay – Men

9. Charles Crawford, Jack Steele, TJ Lobmeyer, and Liawang

 

4x400 Relay – Men

8. Ryan Huntress, Liawang, Steele, and Strawman

 

Discus – Men

4. Jake Bayouth

 

Pole Vault – Men

2. Ryan Huntress         13-00 (PR)

5. Cole Rappaport

 

Long Jump – Men

6. Cole Rappaport

7. Theo Uhrik

 

4x100 Relay – Women

6. Abigail Sarpong, Isabella Campos, Jaida Cole, and Olivia McKeever

 

Shot Put – Women

10. Amelia Gibson