Wednesday, October 27, 2021

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Since school began this August, members of the 2011-2012 Jesuit soccer teams have been practicing hard every morning in hopes of another successful season. Though cuts have not been made yet, the teams are beginning to form in Coach Charlie DeLong’s eyes.After the graduation of a very talented senior class last year, current seniors like Dalton Eudy will need...
After a disappointing loss to Coppell Junior Varsity in the Allen tournament on Thursday, January 27,2011, in dribble up penalty kicks, the Jesuit Junior Varsity won 5 games straight, playing the best soccer they have this season.The Rangers scored the first goal, but were unable to fend off the Coppell team, letting in a goal in the beginning of...
Jesuit’s varsity soccer team set out to defend their soccer state championship last Wednesday, March 29, 2011. Our own Stadium played host to a 5A soccer playoff game between defending state champs Jesuit Rangers and Naaman Forest Rangers.The Jesuit soccer players entered the first round of playoffs with a strong swagger, confident that they could repeat as state champs....
On Friday, January 3oth, the Varsity Soccer team took the field against Skyline for their second district game of the season. They were heavily favored going into the game, but Jesuit needed a last-second goal to secure a tie.Although Skyline only had one win coming into the game, the Raiders surprised Jesuit with an early goal, scoring in the...
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...
Bright, looming spotlights shine from the night sky tower over the grassy pitch. A brisk wind glides through the air, chilling the warm spring evening. Fans roar from the sidelines, each cheering for their respective team. These are just some of the things that define the perfect conditions for a soccer match, but despite all that, what really makes...
Since the beginning of the school year, prospective soccer players have awoken every morning and walked out onto the pitch to partake in a rigorous game against one another. The tryout process that Coach Delong has introduced is unlike any other tryout process at Jesuit. Every day since the very first week of school back in August, the players...
The Jesuit Dallas Soccer team endured through three difficult games to start the tough month of February. They unfortunately came up with two losses and a tie but they learned greatly from these challenges. The three games were against the 6A teams of Allen, Plano and McKinney. AllenIn the soccer team’s first match in February, they challenged Allen at Postell...

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