Monday, January 25, 2021

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The freshman basketball season recently ended, leaving the two teams with experience and unity. The players, along with their coaches, worked tirelessly, practicing day and night to maximize their potential. Not only did these teams succeed, but they also gained friendships that can be carried throughout their whole lives. Freshman Gold This team finished off their season with an astounding win...
On January 3rd, the Jesuit varsity basketball team tipped off district and have shown promise and found success as they have battled some of the state's top teams and are looking to end the season on a high note as they go into the week of the season. January 3rd-January 14th In their first game up north at Prosper on January...
In most circumstances, Dallas citizens tend to stray away from Philadelphia, a rival sports town that hosts the Philadelphia Eagles, the biggest rival for the Cowboys. Furthermore, the Mavs will play the 76’ers on occasion and even the Stars will play the Flyers, leading to much animosity between the two cities regardless of the distance between them. However, Jesuit’s...
From December 5th-7th, the Jesuit Rangers played in the annual Knights of Columbus tournament at Jesuit. They took on teams from across the state and were able to find success, coming in second place overall. December 5th vs MacArthur At the annual Teddy Bear Toss, the Rangers came out victorious in an overtime thriller against MacArthur from Irving. Senior Darryl Brown...
“Did you see that dunk?” “He’s going to Michigan State!” If you go to school at Jesuit, you’ve heard people in the hallways talking about him. The one and only: Julius Marble. The 6’8 center for the basketball team is unstoppable. Dunk after dunk after dunk with a mix of three-pointers in there as well. Fortunately, the Michigan State...
Sweat drips down the boy's forehead, running slowly down his face, past his chin as it trickles down his focused expression, eyes targeting the hoop in front of him. The rough, coarse skin of the basketball feels comfortable in the player's hands. He raises the ball up to his face, his concentration focused on aiming the ball until the...
The #5 ranked team in the state, only 6 losses the entire season, a .829 winning percentage on the season, and a 12-2 district record. These statistics represent a few of the 2019 Jesuit Varsity Basketball team's many achievements during this season, as it concluded on Tuesday, February 26th, against South Garland. Game Summary The game started out rough for the...
Throughout the season, Jesuit has played in many great games in which they dominated both offensively and defensively with their superior play. However, the game against Killeen Ellison on February 22nd definitely wasn't one of these games. Despite their sloppy play, the Rangers powered through this off night for them and still managed to secure the win, with a final...

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