For just the second time since 2015, the Bishop Lynch women's soccer team came out victorious against rival Ursuline Academy.
The Friars (6-1 overall, 3-1 district) struck twice in the second half of Thursday's district contest at Roffino Stadium, while Madison White and the rest of the defense kept their own net empty for a 2-0 win.
The loss was Ursuline's first this season, as the Bears fell to 8-1 overall and 4-1 in league play.
After a scoreless first half, Jaida Thomas blasted a through ball from Mallory Johnson for the first tally of the night. With four minutes to go, Johnson smashed home a cross from Mariana Zevallos to seal the deal.
White recorded just the second shutout of Ursuline in 10 years.
The Friars will compete again Jan. 3-5 at the National Elite Prep Showcase in Fort Worth and Southlake. The girls will take on Grapevine, Austin St. Stephens and Odessa High during the three-day event.