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E.J. Smith '20 snagging a last minute interception against Skyline, Parker Towns '18 rushing for a last second touchdown against J.J. Pearce, these are two thrilling conclusions to the Rangers' last two games. In fact, all of Jesuit football's last three games have been wins. They have won versus Richardson, at Skyline, and finally last week at J.J. Pearce in...
https://youtu.be/NGmoT5Uxu3M Parker Towns finished Jesuit's 38-31 win over district rival J.J. Pearce with 229 yards passing, 93 yards rushing and three rushing touchdowns. The senior scored a game-winning, 21-yard touchdown run with 11 seconds remaining, propelling the Rangers to their third consecutive victory.
https://youtu.be/5qzr3D08h5M Hajdu finished Jesuit’s 35-31 win over Skyline with two touchdowns, scoring twice in the final 10 minutes of the fourth quarter. The junior first scored on a two-year completion to tie the game at 28-28 with 9:44 remaining in regulation snagging a highlight-reel, nine-yard, go-ahead score with 1:48 left to put the Rangers in front.
The Roundup Podcast Ep. 3 - Did Somebody Say Football? On this episode: The Roundup Podcast reports on the varsity football team's 35-31 win over Skyline on Thursday. Connor interviews senior Phillip Villalba and freshmen Alex Gibson and Joshua Ramos. 0:44 - Football Captain Phillip Villalba '18 6:33 - Band Members Alex Gibson '21 and Joshua Ramos '21 12:44 - Shenanigans Listen and subscribe...
Sophomore running back E.J. Smith gouged the Richardson defense for 178 yards and five touchdowns in Jesuit's 56-34 win over the Eagles on Oct. 6. Smith posted the highest single-game rushing touchdown total since 2013 to help the Rangers to their first win this season.
"We did not give up, our defense fought hard but we were not able to win as a team. We'll get our swagger back and beat Richardson!" - kicker Bernie Gonzalez '19. Varsity football lost its first district game against Coppell 41-63. "I thought we didn’t play well in the first quarter then our kids settled in and started to play our...
Twas many years ago, in a country far, far away, when against all odds a lowly shepherd boy slayed the giant. On September 15, the varsity football team faced similar odds at Lake Travis. Unfortunately, no such luck befell the Rangers in Austin last week. However, the Rangers lost to the Lake Travis Cavaliers, a team with multiple state...
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...

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