Wednesday, July 28, 2021

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Well, the soccer season for Jesuit has come to an end. After three wins over Arlington Bowie, Denton Guyer, and Boyd, the team unfortunately loss against El Paso Eastlake. However, I'll save that for later, I want to cover the good and wholesome stuff first. Now let's get into the games! Bi-District Round: vs Arlington Bowie This game was a battle...
Yes, this article is fantastically late. I will be recapping previous games and the playoff games this week. Anyway, let's get into the final regular season games while the Rangers simultaneously prepared for their playoff game with Arlington Bowie. Late February-Early March Recap Since my last Jesuit soccer piece came out, the team has played many games. Lucky for you, I'm...
Photo Credit: Cathy Marino; Left to Right: AJ Adams ‘23, Sean Mello ‘22, James Farmer ‘21, Max Reimer ‘21, Gordon Schmerbeck ‘21 Varsity Results The Jesuit varsity golf team earned first place at the 60th Annual Jesuit Dallas Invitational Tournament at Brookhaven Country Club on March 20, 2021. The team bested second-place Trinity Christian Academy by an advantage of eight strokes. Each...
Set to open in April 2021, the Jesuit Natatorium has been a project in the making since early 2017. I decided to look at the new campus addition from an architectural standpoint. Through Mr. Alex Soich, Jesuit's Chief Financial Officer, I was able to ask the following questions of Jesuit's Architecture firm, HKS. Q: How long did the design process...
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...
After a brutal first semester filled with grueling volume workouts, followed by intense 1-rep max workouts, the Powerlifting team was more than ready to start their season. For the entire school year, we had poured in countless hours of training in the Dell. We fully devoted ourselves to perfecting our techniques and maximizing their strength, and we were ready...
A naturally Covid-19 safe, socially distant sport, the Jesuit competitive shooting team has been one of the lucky teams able to continue to compete. In competitive shooting, the competitors are not required to wear masks because of the fact that they are always distant. For that reason, the team was able to begin practice in the late spring of...
Jesuit Hockey has found their footing after a rough beginning plagued with injuries, missing players due to Covid-19 and postponed games. Jesuit Hockey are 3-1 in their past four games (as of Feb. 3), and there is reason to be excited, as they are showing its full strength, which we hope carries on to the playoffs. During these last four...

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