Wednesday, July 28, 2021

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Silas Hartman '20 steps up to the ball return, grabbing his blue bowling ball. He lines up on the left side of the lane, a southpaw, and prepares for his approach. He pushes the ball forward, and slowly creeps towards the foul line. He lets the ball swing back, bright red Supreme sleeve visible, and slides towards the foul...
You can hear the ball being hit from across the street. The ball speeds through the air, hits the net, and falls back to the ground as junior, Jordan Lawlar, takes his swings in the batting cage. Jordan has had a great start to his Jesuit career. He has already been granted an offer and is now committed to...
This past year, Jesuit Dallas inducted four alumni into the Jesuit Dallas Sports Hall of Fame to recognize their contributions to Jesuit’s sports programs and their achievements after graduating from Jesuit’s halls. One of those inductees was Kyle Wilson, Class of 2002. Kyle Wilson was a basketball player during his time at Jesuit and helped lead the Rangers to their...
The Jesuit tennis team finished its great season with a 21-1 domination of the Richardson Eagles. From the very start, this match looked to be in the Rangers' favor as they closed out the match with a big win against a good district opponent. This time around, the Eagles came up short. Doubles The match started with the usual line of...
The opposing basketball team lines up its players on the sideline. The Jesuit fans immediately grow quiet. The announcer begins calling out the names of the player of the opposite team while our fans quickly turn their backs. After a few moments, the last opposing player is called, and the other team begins to sit back down on their...
Over the fall semester, Jesuit’s cross country team had an incredibly successful season. Meet Summary at Myers Park On Saturday, September 19, Jesuit's cross country team took fourth place in the second round of the North Texas Cross Country Circuit on Saturday at Myers Park. Senior Henry Domine led Jesuit with another top-five finish, having a time of 16:36.8. Averaging a 5:22...
While playing any sport growing up or while in high school, most athletes have heard the common phrase “Only 1% of high school athletes go on to play in college... so you better be working hard and not take anything for granted.” While the number is actually closer to 7%, the statistic alone reveals the importance of the message....

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