Sunday, October 17, 2021

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With the first half of the season in the books, The Roundup reached out to Head Wrestling Coach Ryan Menard to get his take on his wrestlers' performance."How would you sum up the season so far?"The four varsity wrestlers have wrestled well. Trip Hatton won his first Tournament at the Tri-State Classic hosted by Lake Highlands, beating all 4 of...
Junior Antonio Hernandez, Jesuit's heavyweight wrestler in the 285 pound weight class, prepares for his match against his opponent, a JJ Pearce wrestler. He has already pinned a Rockwall wrestler, earning Jesuit the maximum six point score. However, this match is a little more nerve-wracking. Having already lost once previously to this same wrestler, Antonio is looking for payback....
The Ranger Wrestling team experienced a few ups and downs during the week before Thanksgiving Break, crushing Boyd in a weeknight dual but experiencing misfortune at the Heath Invitational in Rockwall. The varsity and junior varsity teams opened up the week with very strong performances in their dual against McKinney Boyd on Wednesday. Despite only wrestling six matches total, the varsity Rangers...
For the Rangers' wrestling team, the New Year has been eventful, to say the least. With participation in three separate tournaments, including the much-anticipated Ranger Classic, hosted by Jesuit, along with the news of team captain Shane Ross '15's college commitment, 2015 has brought much excitement for the squad. However, the new year has not come without new problems,...
https://youtu.be/Q88tsa-m3rsFarrell dropped a 10-5 decision to Checotah’s Landon Degman in the quarterfinal before getting back on track with a second period pin of San Antonio Roosevelt’s Victor Mejia. The junior added a first period pin in the third consolation round against Damarious Peters of Dallas Carter before a hard-fought win over district foe Andrew Nixon from Lake Highlands.Trailing late...
They've trained for two years. And today, Michael Ingram '15 and Jack Vercelli '15 decided that they're going to prove themselves. Match after match, opponent after opponent, both continue to dominate the competition until, eventually, they're crowned champions of their respective divisions, winning the tournament and taking home two 1st place trophies in JV for Jesuit.The wrestling team participated...
Blood running down his right eye from his reopened cut, Varsity wrestler Shane Ross '15 readies his stance as his opponent gets into position. Both wrestlers brace themselves for this next round, neither backing down. As the round begins, the wrestlers lock together, nimbly readjusting their stance and form constantly while still utilizing all of their strength. The match...
The best wrestlers in all of Texas are gathering at the Curtis Center in Garland, Texas on February 14-15. There, they will compete in the hardest tournament since the Texas Outlaw, the 2014 UIL Wrestling State Tournament. There, they will meet considerable opponents such as undefeated Kai Holland of Katy Seven Lakes, who Varsity wrestler Shane Ross '15 will...

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