THE HIGHLANDS SCHOOL

Doing It The Hard Way

Blazers persevere in a season of tough competition, off-the-court distractions

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INSIDE THE TEXAS CATHOLIC

Click on the flipping pages below to see the Texas Catholic's special commemorative print edition honoring Dallas' Catholic high school Final Four teams.

OTHER STORIES ONLINE NOW

The Highlands - Persevering and Inspiring a Community.

John Paul II Girls - About the Phrase that Sparked Our Season.

John Paul II Boys - We Exemplified There is No "I" in Team.

Bishop Dunne - Our Team Pushed It to the Limit.

Bishop Lynch - Coach Andy Zihlman notches 800 wins.

ABOUT THIS SITE

Four Catholic high school teams in the Diocese of Dallas earned their way to the TAPPS Final Four State Tournament in early March. The roads that they took are just as varied as the players on each team. Yet, on that road to history, they shared perseverance, loyalty, and commitment to their Catholic faith. This site is dedicated to them.

WHAT THEY'RE SAYING

"Thank you for doing this, it means a lot to the young people of the Diocese."

"Thank you for thinking of all of us!"

Read more testimonials here.

WORDS OF THANKS

Catholic school officials offer thanks and congratulations.

Andy Zihlman is girls basketball coach at Bishop Lynch Catholic High School.

Kate Dailey is president of Bishop Dunne Catholic School.

Rich Gaffney is JPII High School athletic director.

Father Eamonn Shelly is director of The Highlands School.