Wednesday, June 23, 2021

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The Jesuit tennis team recently began their spring season, playing a few matches and trying to get back in the swing of things as they look to compete in district play at the district 9-5A tournament March 26-27th.   As Coach Paul McDaniel puts it, “There isn’t much to tell at this point in the season. We’re just starting up and...
Jesuit tennis continues to develop as the JV team remains dominant and the Varsity team begins to achieve more and more victories. JV maintains their perfect record after defeating Richardson Pearce on September 28th while Varsity also pulled out a win against Pearce on the 26th. Despite these positive beginnings, Jesuit tennis saw many of its dominant players graduate last...
The Jesuit Ranger Tennis team continued its hot start to the season as it defeated Richardson Berkner last Tuesday, September 4, 16-1. The exceptionally young team, featuring 7 freshmen on varsity and two newcomer juniors, dominated Berkner, only losing one set. The win brought the Rangers’ record to 3-0 for the season as they were led by freshmen Fredirico...
Jesuit has had a long and rich history with their tennis program by winning state titles but never winning a mixed doubles tournament until this January at the Keller Classic Invitational. Zack Vander Heiden, who is a freshman at Jesuit, and Nina Quirk, who is a senior at Hockaday, made history for Jesuit by winning their first mixed doubles...
Two weekends ago, the Jesuit Doubles Tennis Team took on the first real challenge of the season at the Keller Invitational Doubles Tennis Tournament. The men’s doubles team of Kevin Butkus ’12 and Nick Erturkuner ’12 made it to the finals, while the mixed doubles team of Hockaday senior Nina Quirk and Zack Vander Hieden ’15 clinched the team’s...
Throughout this spring, the Jesuit tennis team practiced frequently in preparation for the spring season. During the entire spring season, the tennis team practices 5 mornings each week. And, while the fall consists mainly of school-on-school matches, the spring season is marked by larger tournaments. Jesuit tennis participated in tennis tournaments this spring in Keller, Coppell, Tyler, and Houston. This...
After a strong 10 and 2 start to the fall season with a disappointing loss to Plano and a come from behind victory over Allen, the Jesuit tennis team heads to Houston for a classic battle for Jesuit supremacy. After losses in the past two years, the Rangers will be determined to get the better of their counterparts to the...

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