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Senior Stephanie Brieno has college scholarship offers to continue her sport after graduation from Bishop Dunne Catholic School in May of 2016.

Perfect Weather Made for a Perfect Golf Classic

Perfect weather made the 13th Annual Bishop Dunne Golf Classic on April 4, 2016 at Steven’s Park a delightful event with golfers enjoying the course from the 9:00 a.m. shotgun start to the awards luncheon at 1:30 p.m.

The foursome of Rueben Esqueda Sr., Danny Esqueda, Ruben Esqueda Jr. and Homer Gonzales ended up in first place with a low score of 51. Each player received a crystal trophy and a $100 gift certificate to the Golf Pro Shop.

Second place went to the foursome of Kevin Wolff, Scott Bixel, Kris Fralicks and Wess Worster with a low score of 52. Each winner received a trophy and a $75 gift certificate to the Pro Shop.

Third place went to the team of Larry Rolle, Ivan Sparkman, David McGoodwin and Andrew Rohe, an attorney with the Guerrero Law Firm who is also the Bishop Dunne Assistant wrestling coach. The men received a trophy and a $50 gift certificate to the pro shop.

Bishop Dunne parent Mark Blackburn won the Longest Drive.

Key sponsors and a big thank you went to $5,000 sponsors of Guerrero Law Firm, and both Mutual of America and Mutual of Omaha. $3,000 sponsors included Mark Vahalla and New York Life Insurance, and Eric Reed of New York Life Insurance.

Other special sponsors include: Bishop Arts CrossFit, Joe Murphy and TDECU, the Anthony Blackmon Agency, Herb’s Paint and Body, Oak View Capital Partners, Pavecon and Westcliffe Inc.

Donating to the tournament also was Ann’s Health Food Store, Concord Church, Falkenberg Construction, Grand Bank, Kathy Hewitt, Kevin Wolff, Mickey Price, Richard Marquez, The Catholic Foundation, ll Sports Trophies, Torrez Residential Inspections, Inc. and Zubras Electric.

The Golf Classic supports Bishop Dunne Catholic School academic and athletic programs.

Bishop Dunne's student Golf team is finishing up its season, and senior Stephanie Brieno, the lone girl on the team, has received scholarship offers to continue to play in college. Brieno finished in 14th place at the regional tournament held in Fort Worth on April 12 and 13, 2016, and has qualified to compete at the state championship in Glen Rose on Monday April 25 and Tuesday April 26, 2016.

Bishop Dunne Catholic School empowers each student to explore, inquire, lead, and serve through a college preparatory education in a joyful community of faith.

For updates on the school's many athletic teams, see: www.Dunnesports.com 

For more information on Bishop Dunne Catholic School see the new website: www.bdcs.org  The school is hosting an Open House and tour on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 for prospective students and their families beginning at 8:30 a.m. at 3900 Rugged Drive, Dallas, Texas 75224. See: http://www.bdcs.org/openhouse

Be a Falcon for a Day!
For more information: http://www.bdcs.org/openhouse
or call 214-339-6561 

 

 

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