Sunday, September 19, 2021

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Authors Articles by Grant Kostos '22, Associate Editor

Grant Kostos '22, Associate Editor

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Grant is a junior at Jesuit and when he's not playing basketball or writing stories, he enjoys listening to music, devotedly following the NBA, and cheering for the New York Giants (which can be tough sometimes).
Drake. I saw the name and I'm sure your mind comes up with images of the Billboard Hot 100, the Toronto Raptors, and probably Toronto's CN Tower. Over the course of his 12-year long career, the Boy has mastered the art of making pop-rap hits and is arguably one of the figures most responsible for the rise of rap...
"Donde esta Donda?" and "Did it drop?" were two of the questions I heard the most over the course of the past month (both of which were often followed by laughs). Granted, I did not help myself by posting incessant updates like I was an insider about the album on my Instagram story. Those questions all came to a...
The act of protesting is not a new idea. Neither is the act of athletes using their platforms to voice their political opinions. However, we live in a very divided and unaligned America where seemingly everything is partisan now. Following a Georgia voting law and the death of a young black girl, that "everything" now includes sports. MLB Georgia Background In early...
Following a stellar season that saw the Rangers go 17-6, the varsity basketball team charged into the playoffs, going on a historic run and finding lots of success against teams from around the city and state. vs Arlington Martin (2/23) Traveling out to Colleyville Heritage, the Rangers took on the Arlington Martin Warriors in the bi-district round. Following a tight first...
Even in an odd year, the NBA trade deadline delivered on the excitement it usually promises. At 2 PM CST, the league office closed down all trading of assets for the rest of the year. The day started slow, but the late morning and afternoon were full of league-shaking moves in what was basically the eleventh hour. Despite all these...
On Wednesday, December 30, the varsity basketball team tipped off against JJ Pearce, starting district play for the first time in their new district. The team has been able to find success early and continue to build ass they get closer to the playoffs. J.J. Pearce (12/30) Coming off a two-week break due to COVID-19 exposure, the team took on the...
Following a delayed season that pushed back the draft by 4 months, the draft has finally been set for November 18th, with the Minnesota Timberwolves holding the first pick. Each NBA team will embark on a night that will hopefully end with them getting a new star. With a limited viewing window of prospects, this year is sure to...
On Thursday, September 24th, the Jesuit underclassmen football teams kicked off brand new seasons with a brand new set of challenges. There are four teams across the JV and freshmen levels that have played this year. They are all excited to start a brand new season in a new district and grow as a program. JV Team The JV Gold team...

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