Wednesday, January 19, 2022

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Authors Articles by Peyton Bristow '25

Peyton Bristow '25

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After days of candidates walking and talking with their peers, communicating why they are a fitting candidate, the freshmen student council members have been elected. They are ready to serve their peers and listen to others to make the school a better place. Freshman President: Rishi Danda Rishi is involved in a number of activities including basketball, yearbook, debate, Freshman Initiative...
Charlie Boroczak '22, like most high schoolers, deals with the challenge of balancing all the activities in his life. The senior works hard to maintain his school grades, participate in the Senior-Freshman Big Brothers Program, plays on the varsity football and rugby teams, and manages to get a little time to hang with friends. Oh, and run a non-profit for...
Recently, the Jesuit Rangers started off their varsity basketball season with a strong start. With several solid performances from their starting five, the Rangers hope to make a deep playoff run led by seniors Ryan McCormick, Ben Johnson, and Sky Tschurr. Ranger fans are hopeful to avenge last years regional final run that was led by Gavin Perryman, who...
Returning from their third straight state championship and an invite to the national tournament, the Jesuit Dallas Varsity Hockey team has started their season. Jesuit Hockey has started their season 1-6, a poor start to the season, but they also started their season last year 0-4, and they ended up winning state. The hockey team is led by new coach Nick...
The sun glares brightly at the ball flies into the air. Kickoff just happened at Postell Stadium to a loud crowd of fans, students, and parents. The crowd is excited watching the players on the field playing their hearts out. This year there are over enough students playing football to make six football teams, a varsity team, two junior varsity...
This past weekend in NCAA football left fans stunned, from comebacks to upsets to top-ranked teams battling it out against each other. There were many outcomes that changed the playoff rankings drastically, altering the course of the season for many teams. 6 Oklahoma vs. 24 Texas   The first game of the crazy afternoon was the Red River Rivalry, the annual game...

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