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The sound of a gun goes off as runners spring from their starting spots as they compete against one another. On March 18th, the Jesuit Dallas Track team had the pleasure of hosting schools from around the city in the Sheaner Relays. With home field advantage, the Rangers running squad felt confident going into this meet. Junior Lucas Kincade thought,...
Smoke rises from the gun shot fired on the track, 6 high school boys take off in a full sprint, one of whom is wearing a gold cross on his chest. The Jesuit track and field team competed in the Distance Festival meet last Saturday, February 26. The team competed on the Southlake Carroll High School track against other high...
Throughout the season, the Jesuit Rangers Track & Field program has proved to be the district champion and a top competitor at area. In their last two meets, the Rangers competed in the area competition in Mesquite on April 25 and then concluded their season in the regional tournament this past Saturday, May 6. In the area competition, the Jesuit...
The goal had been clear since day one: win District. However, this ambition was not taken lightly. It was enforced by the track and field seniors, who were anxiously anticipating a fourth straight district championship, one for every year they attended Jesuit. Before they could bask in the glory of victory, though, the athletes had to sacrifice their Easter Breaks to...
On Friday and Saturday, March 20-21, Jesuit hosted its 51st annual Sheaner Relays. In this well-known meet, dominant schools from around the country brought their talent to Jesuit in one of the most competitive meets all season. According to head coach, Doug Robinson, the plan going into the meet was to have “a successful meet and that Jesuit would be...
Returning home from the Texas A&M Invitational, Coach Doug Robinson and the Jesuit Track and Field Team experienced a roller coaster of a season. After participating in the Trojan Invitational and the Texas Tech Indoor Meet, the athletes received an unexpected respite in March as two meets were cancelled due to snow: the Coppell and Plano Invitationals. However, the athletes performed...
While most students spent their Christmas break catching up on sleep or traveling on vacation, the members of the Jesuit Track Team were hard at work, preparing for the first meet of the season. An extremely competitive and challenging competition, the Texas A&M High School Indoor Classic gathers a broad range of schools, bringing together some of the best athletes...
Senior Andrew Pott recently placed second at the Regional track meet in the 800 meter which qualified him for the State meet. Pott has had an amazing season, placing first in District and Area. To qualify for the State championship, an athlete must first place in the top 3 at District, then place top 3 in the area, and finally...

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