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Authors Articles by John Bowen '18

John Bowen '18

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They celebrate as the final buzzer sounds, ending their 66-17 rout of the W.T. White Longhorns in Walsh Gym, the crowds cheering in their gold shirts, ready for the gold-out game. The team passes through the crowd of gold-clad, cheering fans, calling their names and congratulating them on their impressive victory. Just one game of many in the Battle...
Their faces lit up with joy when they saw us walking into the schoolyard. Their cheers and gleeful laughter could be heard even in the upstairs room where we were eating breakfast. Their happiness was contagious, inspiring us to want to assist at the school as much as we could.On November 18, 2015, nine Jesuit students, both sophomores...
Tired legs pushing against the ground, sweat falling into their eyes, the freshmen sprint towards the finish line, marking their victory. As they cross the line, the crowd roars with excitement for ... DiLorenzo’s homeroom, the victor of the 2015 Ranger Day chariot races. Just one of the many exciting events at Ranger Day, the chariot races are the...
The ball rolls down the unforgiving green, appearing on track to completely miss the hole which would set up a putt for par by John Michael Trevino '17. Suddenly, the ball breaks left, picking up speed as it rolls and finally sinks into the hole for a long birdie putt for the Rangers. Just one of many, John Michael’s...
As Jordan Spieth continues to gain publicity, so does Jesuit. With the golf program getting stronger and stronger, there has been a demand for another coach to assist Coach Marino with the growing team. So this past summer, Jesuit hired Nate Dombrowski, Jesuit Alumnus and dental student, to help the team.Jesuit’s newest addition to the golf coaching staff graduated...

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