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Carrying some kind of mechanical device, he stealthily follows a Jesuit student who seems to be carrying a black padded briefcase. The student suddenly starts sprinting, but he matches his pace, following only a couple feet away at each moment. Gunshots ring out... Senior Chase Kengott is, in fact, a filmmaker, just releasing his latest work: The Brief Job, an...
Priddy closed Saturday's Cotton Bowl Showcase bout against Plano East with 206 all-purpose yards, playing a key role on an offense that surpassed 500 yards for the second consecutive game. The junior carried the ball 13 times for 94 yards, adding seven receptions for 112 yards, including a 27-yard reception in the second quarter that positioned the Rangers for...
Jacob Totah '18 speaks with Parker Towns '18, named Jesuit Dallas Ranger of the Week on Sept. 3. In a thin loss to state champs Desoto, 41-36, Towns threw for a career-high 365 yards and two touchdowns in Jesuit's season-opening setback to Texas state-ranked No. 2 DeSoto on September 1. The senior completed 35-of-55 pass attempts, commanding an offense...
The shrill sounds of a beeping alarm clock wake senior Connor O'Neill up at 5:45 a.m. Rubbing his eyes, he throws a shirt and shorts on and, grabbing his keys, makes the early morning drive up to school. After a grueling yet refreshing morning run, Connor begins his school day, working through his all-honors/AP schedule while fighting the urge...
Jacob Palisch '17, who you might have heard of as he was our starting quarterback who led us to two straight district titles, a Stanford University baseball commit and a member of the varsity basketball team, was more than qualified to be nominated for the prestigious Davey O'Brien award, an award which recognized both his athletics as well as...
The whole rugby locker room shakes before the game.  With music blaring, players shouting, and rugby balls flying around, the team feeds off of each other's focused energy before walking out on the field.  As kickoff approaches, the starting 15 binds in a circle under their defending goal post, surrounding their captain, Eric Miller.  Miller leads the team in a prayer, offers...
Solemnly silent, the group of 51 students waits for the chaplain to speak. "The response is: Blessed be the Lord, my rock." The team responds in unison, "Blessed be the Lord, my rock." This is not a special occasion or public display; this is the Jesuit football team sharing a prayer in their locker room, minutes before kickoff. One of...
The clammy mist settles into the gray but brightening atmosphere filled with low and heavy breathing. Pounding feet trample the fresh, green grass as a stampede of runners mixed in with cheering parents, coaches and supporters sprint down the field. An intent observer here and there slips in a slimy, brown puddle of mud while struggling to take a...

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