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Photos by Jowdy Photography Beads of sweat ran down the player’s faces onto their cotton jerseys as the sun beat down on them. The quarterback stared down the Panthers who in turn stared down at him. The quarterback then yelled the play at his team. The play burned into their minds because of the hours of practice it took to...
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...
This week, The Roundup sat down with the four senior football captains and asked them about their expectations for the upcoming football season.
Video by Jacob Tonah '18, Media Editor Whether you have heard of him or not, Reggie Stephens has marked Jesuit history by becoming an inductee into the Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame. The Roundup had a chance to sit down with Reggie and ask about his outstanding athletic career. A Dallas native, Stephens entered Jesuit College Prep in 2001 and later...
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.
In a battle of writer vs. football player, not much would be expected in terms of true competition. But the senior varsity football squad would challenge that statement with an inspiring comeback from a 0-6 deficit that the skillful Roundup team put up in the first 5 minutes of competition in the 3rd Annual Expository Bowl. The Roundup, led by...
Outgunned by a high-powered John Tyler offense led by dual-threat quarterback Bryson Smith, the Rangers suffered a 69-21 Area round defeat, eliminating them from the playoffs and ending their season. Jesuit (8-4) saw an 8-game winning streak come to an end at the hands of District 11-6A Champion Tyler John Tyler Lions (11-1) at Mesquite Memorial Stadium on the Saturday...
A navy blue-out student section replete with hand-clapper noisemakers contributed to a buzzing playoff atmosphere as Jesuit played its first round game in front of a home crowd after going undefeated during district play to earn a top seed. In a battle of Rangers, Jesuit (8-3) defeated bi-district opponent Garland Naaman Forest (5-6) on Friday night. Led by senior tailback...

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