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The Parable of the Two Sons: "What do you think? "There was a man who had two sons. He went to the first and said, 'Son, go and work today in the vineyard.' "'I will not,' he answered, but later he changed his mind and went. "Then the father went to the other son and said the same thing. "He answered, 'I will, sir.'...
After two consecutive road games, the Rangers ended their regular season with their seventh consecutive victory amid Homecoming festivities that featured a helicopter, two professional athletes, and a multitude of mums. Taking on a Richardson Berkner team(5-5, 3-4)vying for a playoff spot, Jesuit (7-3, 7-0) looked to accomplish a feat of their own, going undefeated in district for back-to-back seasons....
The Rangers didn't have to travel far as they visited neighbor W.T. White for the annual “Battle for the Saddle” rivalry game, beating the Longhorns 66-27 to clinch a second straight district title. Jesuit (6-3, 6-0) scored the first 28 points of the game, propelled by an 11-13, 309 yard, and 3 touchdown performance from quarterback Jacob Palisch ‘17 and John Wunderlick’s...
The Rangers entered enemy territory on Friday night, travelling to Lake Highlands on their Homecoming night to emerge victorious over the Wildcats with their third straight 50-plus point and fifth straight 40-plus point performance. Jesuit (5-3, 5-0) continued to dominate UIL district 9-6A, locking up a playoff spot with the victory over Lake Highlands (2-6, 2-3) and putting them within...
Once again stepping upon an unfamiliar field, the Jesuit JV Football team took on J.J. Pearce in a thrilling away game. At least, thrilling for Jesuit fans. Throughout the game, despite the fact the J.J. Pearce put up some points, the boys in blue and gold triumphed in a 37-28 smack down. “This game proves that the boys have been...
Similarly to the Jesuit JV Football Team, the Freshman have been dominating on all fronts. Recently, on October 13th, the Jesuit Freshman football teams settled back into the relaxing, familiar environment of the Jesuit field. In a battle against J.J. Pearce, the Gold and Blue team’s fought hard, and emerged from the field of battle victorious, with the Gold...
With a final score that more resembled a basketball game, Jesuit remained undefeated in district play, triumphing over Richardson J.J. Pearce's Mustangs 74-52 on Senior Night. Jesuit (4-3 overall, 4-0 district) held off a hard-charging J.J. Pearce (2-5, 1-3) attack in an offensive showcase that featured 11 lead changes, with the two teams combining for 1184 yards and 126 points. The...
Destruction, annihilation, demolition. These 3 words perfectly capture the Jesuit Freshman Football teams' wins over Skyline on October 6th. Continuing a strong win streak of 3, the freshman teams refuses to slow down. With the Gold team shutting out Skyline 21-0, and the Blue team destroying 41-0, it seems they will carry out this win streak throughout the rest of...

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