Wednesday, October 27, 2021

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Beaming lights shining down on their faces, the Jesuit JV soccer players step onto the field. It signals the beginning of a new soccer season, the start of something they have all been waiting for. The Marcus Tournament at Marcus High School gives players and fans the first opportunity to gauge how the team will compete in district play.For...
Tornadoes. Harsh rain. Snow and ice. All across the United States, atrocious weather caused everything from tournaments to band performances to even school getting canceled. Specifically, in North Texas, torrential downpour and hints of snow made events harder to manage. However, there's one sport that goes on no matter the conditions: soccer.Despite the bad weather, the Jesuit varsity soccer...
Marching on to an unfamiliar field, blinded by yellow beams of light, the Jesuit JV and Varsity soccer teams took on Richardson in away games on Friday the 27th. Now generally, away games can be somewhat disconcerting, however the alien surroundings didn't seem to faze the Jesuit teams as they both pulled in wins, JV 2-0, and Varsity 3-0. The...
On Tuesday, February 28th, Jesuit welcomes Richardson Berkner to Haggar Stadium in a district championship game with state and national implications. Tanner Davis ’13 described the Berkner Rams as an “extremely competitive team in our district” that “will really challenge and test our team to see if we have what it takes to make it all the way to...
On Saturday, Jan. 13, the crowd cheered as Jesuit Soccer masterfully defeated Nolan Catholic at Postell Stadium, bringing an end to the 37th annual Meintser Invitational Soccer Tournament.The Meintser, which usually serves as an early match in the Ranger's exciting season, took place January 11th-13th. Jesuit finished the tournament in 7th place with a final 1 -1 -1 record...
Gleaming gold shirts, vociferous vuvuzelas, and enthusiastic fans fill Postell Stadium for an exciting soccer match. This is an unusual sight for soccer, for the sport has never been much of an attention grabber for students and fans. Football is the sport that usually tends to draw the largest crowds of any Jesuit sporting event. But the question is:...
The Jesuit Ranger soccer team is familiar with winning. Two years detached from the coveted state championship trophy and coming off Coach Charlie Delong’s historical 500th win earlier in the season, Jesuit is looking for vindication after a disheartening season last year that got cut short with an early playoff exit. This 2012 varsity squad, however, has advanced three rounds...
Upholding a perfect streak of making it to the state playoffs every season since Jesuit was amalgamated into the UIL in 2004, the Varsity soccer team advanced to take on Plano West at Plano Clark Stadium on Friday, March 28 at 7:30 in the opening round of the 5A playoffs. The Rangers had established a name for themselves among...

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