The James L. Collins Catholic School’s varsity track & field team competed in the Dallas Parochial League track meet at John Paul II and finished  the season competing in the  Bishop Lynch High School Varsity Track & Field meet and the finale was in the Cistercian Preparatory School Meet, where Madison DePugh won the shot put competition.

DePugh also won the shot put title in the Dallas Parochial League Meet and was the DPL champion.

This is the second year in a row she won this title.  She threw the shot put 29’7”.  She also placed 7th in the discus with a throw of 64’5”.

“It was fun, exciting and I was nervous.’’ she said. “The nerves put me over the top on my final throw!"

Sophie Innocenti placed third in the shot put with a throw of 23 feet. Javonte Sterling placed ninth in the 400 and 16th in the 100

The girls relay placed 11th with a time of 1:00:46.

Oscar Herrera placed 12th in the 110 hurdles.

Michael Moses placed 26th in the 200.

Angela Huerta placed 22nd in the 100 hurdles and 39th in the 100.

Lara Bwicheilug placed 14th in the discus with a throw of 50’10”.  She also placed 26th in the 100.

Jackie Martinez placed 20th in the shot put and 20th in the discus.

Overall the James L. Collins Catholic girls track team came in 10th and the JLCCS boys team was 14th out of the 22 schools competing.

In the Dallas Parochial Sterling placed second in the 400 meter run.

Sophie Innocenti placed sixth in the shot put and Angela Huerta placed 11th in the hurdles.

In the Bishop Lynch meet

DePugh placed third in the shot put and eighth in the discus.  Innocenti placed fifth in the shot put.  Bwicheilug placed 15th in the discus and 31st in the 100 meter dash.

Huerta placed 28th  in the 100 and 19th in the hurdles.  The JLCCS girls relay placed 17th.      

Sterling placed third in the 400 and was eighth in the 100.  Michael Moses placed 29th in the 100 and 27th in the 200.  Oscar Herrera placed 31st in the 100 and 29th in the 200.

James L. Collins finished  in 10th place in the Dallas Parochial League in points for the girls and 15th in the league for the boys. 

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