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Authors Articles by Nick Motter '18, Jr. Editor

Nick Motter '18, Jr. Editor

Nick Motter '18, Jr. Editor
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Nick attended Mary Immaculate Catholic school and is a avid basketball enthusiast. His musical interests range from Waka Flaka to Cindy Lauper to Tchaikovsky. If he were to change his middle name, it would become Kobe.
As the curve ball slowly traveled towards the catcher, the JV sophomore focused deeply on the ball, knocking the ball over the right field fence. This March, JV Baseball proved its resiliency and dedication through their craft, throughout the wins and the losses, the baseball team carries a swagger that cannot be stopped. From March 2, 2017, to March 4,...
Streaking towards the open net, with only one red and blue Allen goalie standing in the way, Dylan Topolski '19 winded up, zeroed in on his target, and fired. The result? Another score in a dominant 8-4 victory against the Allen Eagles in the first regular season game for JV lacrosse. Jesuit's JV Lacrosse team has habitually found ways to...
Basketball isn't necessarily a sport you can "win" during a season, let alone if a team doesn't go undefeated. Also, it's especially difficult if your team plays in non-divisional games and tournaments. Yet, varsity Basketball not only managed to win the holidays, but also played and won against large teams, solidifying themselves as a force to be reckoned with...
As the ball swooshed gently through the hoop, a deafening roar pervaded the packed gym. Spectators and opposing teams alike marveled at the magnificent marksmanship on display as the Jesuit Rangers shot out the lights throughout the home-court tournament's third place contest. During Varsity Basketball's second tournament of the season, the team demonstrated spectacular determination and perseverance to clinch 3rd...
Walking door to door, a smiling woman strides confidently around a Frisco neighborhood, greeting homeowners and introducing herself as a city council candidate. This woman, with a deep love for politics and the city of Frisco, is Mrs. Cindy Asche and she is running for Place 4 on the Frisco City Council. This May 7th, the Frisco City council election...
In a sea of purple and gold jerseys, a thunderous “MVP” chant filled the buzzing Staples Center as the Laker great took and made his final points in his NBA career on the free throw line. The mixture of absolute exuberance and sadness was palpable throughout the course of the game, but when Kobe Bryant scored his last of...
WARNING: The links to film clips are graphic in nature. Viewer discretion is advised.  As the white shower curtains are drawn back, and the awaiting outline of the shady attacker wields his knife aloft, the iconic shriek of violins paired with the scream of sheer terror of has encapsulated cinema fanatics and casual movie watchers alike for decades. Everyone has...
Slamming his fist down on the padded seat of the bench, Jack Allen'18 gazed at the scoreboard with disgust as JV Blue lost their 3rd of 4 games to McMillen 35-45. As Blue suffered, however, Gold continued their perfect district play with wins against Skyline, Irving, and Irving Nimitz. Blue McMillen- January 22 Blue played with only 5 players, missing both Matthew Walsh...

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