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Authors Articles by Will Fynes '18, News Editor-at-Large

Will Fynes '18, News Editor-at-Large

Will Fynes '18, News Editor-at-Large
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Math wiz
Eight Jesuit freshmen work in sync to propel the narrow boat forward at surprising speed. The coxswain barks commands and encourages the rowers while glancing at the competition on either side. The combined effort of the young men begins to show as the opposition falls behind. They relax as the boat glides through the finish, capturing the first place...
The familiar rhythm of the paddles coming in and out of the water, the mist spraying, the coxswain yelling commands. The boat propels through the water as competitors close in on either side. Jesuit crosses emblazoned on the navy paddles flash above the water before being plunged back in. Pulling with every ounce of strength, the team eyes the...
Victories and positive records all sound good, but at the end of the season, only one thing really matters: championships. The anxious swimmers sit in the cold locker room waiting to begin warm-ups for regionals, the biggest meet of the year. They head out of the locker room, and onto the pool deck, where they size up their opponents....
Swimmers wait anxiously for their turn to take the block, ready to showcases a season's worth of hard work. Morning practice after morning practice the swimmers swim through sleepiness and fatigue, but standing on the district or regional starting block, it is all worth it. The Rangers took to Loos Aquatic Center in Addison on January 27th to compete in the...
Glancing nervously at his opponents climbing onto the starting blocks, the swimmer secures his goggles and takes a ready stance. The piercing whistle propels him into the water, and his muscle memory takes over, his smooth strokes carrying him to victory. The Jesuit Swim teams, both varsity and JV, have been very busy, competing in three meets in the last...
The carbon fiber stick rises high in the air before coming back towards the ice and sends the rubber puck flying towards the net. It smashes against the the the back of the net after sailing over the goalies shoulder, and the wing pumps his fist in victory. The Jesuit varsity hockey squad has been hard at work the past...
Boarding a plane headed towards a new country or state, the Jesuit students wave goodbye to their families and embark on a trip that will give them an insight to the culture of their new home for anywhere from 8 to 14 days. But besides a glimpse into culture, these students will work to better the lives of the people...
Back on the water, the rhythm of the crew propelling the boat forward, a team of rowers with Jesuit crests adorning their chests drive their feet into the floor of the boat. The explosive action shoots the oar through the waves and forces the boat across the water. Against over fifty competitors, the Jesuit oarsmen are driven to perform to...

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