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This last Friday, the Jesuit Football team held their annual Blue and Gold game, a scrimmage pitting the offense against the defense, to evaluate the progress the team has made over the Spring season.
Below is an interview with Coach Delong, the head coach of the 2017 Jesuit Varsity soccer team. He speaks of their journey to the state championship and the struggles along the way. Enjoy!
There's a phenomena at Jesuit every Thursday that few can explain. We went to the students to discover why one item in the cafeteria is more popular than the others.
"Months of blood, sweat, and tears paid off with the ultimate prize - giving @JesuitSoccer a state championship and cementing their names in history"
Stars light up the sky, but the trees cast darkness down on two friends. Softly, flies and bugs can be heard buzzing about the air, though not loudly enough to overshadow the hum of the night. A quiet campfire discussion in the ominous forest is followed by panic. This is Through the Ashes. On October 23, 2016, it was announced that Through the...
13 deaths. Over 60,000 homes damaged. Over $9 billion dollars in damage. 136,000 workers now currently unemployed. Families uprooted. Friends separated. Lives changed. These are just some of the consequences of the flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana that took place 2 weeks ago. On August 12th, Baton Rouge received a torrential downpour of rain, reaching rates of 2-3 inches per...

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