Wednesday, January 20, 2021

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Blue and gold versus orange and black. The Dallas Jesuit Rangers faced off against the Rockwall Yellowjackets for the third consecutive year in the playoffs this past Friday, November 20th. Splitting the last two games, the winner of this game not only advanced in the playoffs but also secured bragging rights over the losing team. Both teams entered the game...
Golden syrup drips down the side of the light brown cake, a golden-brown crisp protecting its fluffy beige interior. One cake, two cakes, three cakes, four. Some might call it a "fat stack," while others stuff their mouths with the breakfast delicacy. Those weren't the pancakes Inside Linebacker and Tik Tok connoisseur Tommy Roy '20 served at last Friday's game....
Video by Jacob Tonah '18, Media Editor Whether you have heard of him or not, Reggie Stephens has marked Jesuit history by becoming an inductee into the Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame. The Roundup had a chance to sit down with Reggie and ask about his outstanding athletic career. A Dallas native, Stephens entered Jesuit College Prep in 2001 and later...
This past Friday Night, September 11th, the Jesuit Rangers took on their rivals to the South, Houston Strake Jesuit, in the final non district game of the year. Jesuit, who were sporting their camo pants to honor the victims of 9/11, dominated all aspects of the game from the start. Head Coach Brandon Hickman said, “The game plan on offense...
Coming off a historic season going four rounds deep into the Texas 6A UIL Playoffs, Jesuit Football hoped to repeat what they did last season. Unfortunately, because of the Coronavirus pandemic, Jesuit Football's momentum was halted. Losing their spring football season and their ways to workout as a team in the process, or so we thought. However, the team continues...
Photos by Jowdy Photography Beads of sweat ran down the player’s faces onto their cotton jerseys as the sun beat down on them. The quarterback stared down the Panthers who in turn stared down at him. The quarterback then yelled the play at his team. The play burned into their minds because of the hours of practice it took to...
With the senior class on community days, there was a different 'feel' at practice last week. It was not a feeling of uncertainty, inconsistency, or abandonment, but rather one of promise and intrigue about the future. With their absence, I couldn't help but think what our team will look like next year and what, especially, the leadership will look like;...
Jesuit has welcomed yet another freshman class into its halls, where they will wander as many before them have as well. As the new student steps out of the car that first morning, he is timid, frantically scanning the car to ensure that nothing is left behind. He takes a nervous glance around him, searching for a familiar peer. He...

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