Sunday, September 19, 2021

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It's the third set tiebreaker. With the match on the line, Jack Murray '21 steps up to the baseline. "5-5," he calls. The tension could be cut with a knife. He shrugs his shoulders back to relax and bounces the ball on the pavement just in front of his left foot. He bounces the ball three more times, then...
When you walk down the halls of Jesuit, you can immediately pick out the tennis players. They're simply a different breed: more athletic, intelligent, and handsome than their peers. To top it off, their clout has been elevated by early success their spring season. The spring tennis season consists of both tournaments and matches on a weekly basis. Jesuit typically sends...
During the tennis season, Jesuit Dallas had an interesting season with some good games against their many opponents. Today, we shall go over three of their fine matches between the Allen Eagles, Plano East Panthers, and the McKinney Lions.   Plano East Their third game against Plano East was a win with a score of 16-6. The gathering of some of...
"Nothing can substitute for just plain hard work. I had to put in the time to get back. And it was a grind. It meant training and sweating every day. But I was completely committed to working out to prove to myself that I still could do it." - Andre Agassi Jesuit recently played three tennis matches towards the end...
As the tennis season comes to an end, the matches where "it all counts" arrive: districts and regionals. The varsity district 6A tournament, like the past three years, was hosted at Coppell High School, a major rival of Jesuit within the district. As an all guys school, Jesuit was only able to send six players, in the form of...
This semester, the Jesuit tennis team brought their all in the second half of their season, with little opposition. The team faced only one defeat in the season's latter half against Highland Park. The Jesuit tennis team started the month of October with an 8-0 sweep against Berkner, with strong showings from Kota Ueshima '19 and Christopher Reynders '18 in...
Sprinting up and down the court, painting the lines with their calculated shots, Jesuit tennis amazed in September, coming out victorious. They left with an undefeated record, winning all seven of their preliminary matches. Treating this first half of the tennis preseason as a trial run, Coach Paul McDaniel has decided to schedule the tougher matches in the spring. This...
A key role player contributing to Ranger Tennis's 8-0 start to the 2017-18 season, Trejo has competed near the top of the Rangers' lineup in several key matches. In Jesuit's 14-4 win over Liberty Christian, Trejo paired with sophomore Matthew Cole for a top-flight doubles victory while Trejo added a win in singles to keep Jesuit's unblemished record intact....

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