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Hayden Kissee '17 lines up, calm and collected, acting normally. His partner, John Lindberg '18 stands at the net, gazing fiercely into the returner's eye. The ball shoots past him, and he moves forwards to smash down a volley, but there is no need, as the ball does not come back. The Jesuit tennis team fires up its Spring Season...
Two teams attempt to impose their will on each other, volleying a neon ball back and forth. Both sides vy for the match point to win the set. The player clad in Jesuit apparel eventually wins out. This theme of dominance has been a staple of the fall portion of the Jesuit Tennis team's 2016-2017 season. With an impressive 8-1...
The rhythmic pops of rackets hitting balls, the grunts of a straining athlete, and the bounce of a ball on the court permeate every tennis tournament. Yet, those all familiar sounds will pause temporarily as the fall season closes. After a thrilling season with ups and downs, the Jesuit tennis team finished their season strong, dominating district foe Coppell on...
A battle of men, back and forth, a green ball of fuzz is smacked from side to side. An audience twists and turns their keen heads to keep track. The grind for match point continues. The only sound is the squeaking of constantly moving shoes and the grunts of the players as they try to win the point with...
In case you've been wondering what all the racket was, the Jesuit tennis team kicked off the beginning of the fall season with a win against the Richardson Eagles in District 6-10A. “We played five freshmen who were bouncing off the walls all day they were so excited to play their first school match,” said Coach Paul McDaniel. Jesuit reigned over the...
The Jesuit tennis player lines up at the baseline, inhaling deeply as he prepares for the serve. Suddenly, he tosses the ball up into the air, crushing it past his opponent's racket, scoring a point. This was the scene on April 5 and 6 as the Ranger tennis team went out to Fair Oaks Tennis Center, to decide who would...
On a very wet and rainy Sunday night, the Jesuit tennis team arrived at Baylor University in Waco tennis with all six players who managed to qualify from the district event just less than two weeks prior. Facing some of the most serious competition the team had ever seen, the road to victory would be a long and arduous...
After school on a Thursday afternoon on March 29th, the sun was hidden behind the clouds, leading to a cool evening and an excellent day to play tennis. The Rangers soon arrived to play against an up-and-coming St. Marks team comprised of mostly lowerclassmen. The Jesuit Tennis Team easily thought that this victory would not be too hard to...

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