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Dylan Dotter ’14

Dylan Dotter ’14
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Dylan Dotter is the Sports Editor of the Roundup, overseeing the sports content produced by the newspaper. Dylan enjoys digging deep into all types of pieces, ranging from profiles to events, to find the details that are not known by the everyday person. He receives a great deal of joy from providing the Jesuit community with information to be well informed and better equipped to navigate the world around them.
 After toiling through exhausting fall conditioning, night long practices, and close finishes, the Jesuit varsity lacrosse team had finally arrived on the stage they had been pining to return to since the end of last season, the THSLL Division 1 State Playoffs. In the second round, having a bye through the first, Jesuit faced off against Kingwood. Entering the game,...
It all began for Chuck Hazzard ’93 in his crib, while he lay with his first baseball. Next was Little League. Then came high school baseball and with it Jesuit. He soon went on to the University of Florida where he would play in not one, but two College World Series, be named a First Team Freshman All-American, All-SEC...
The Jesuit Varsity Lacrosse team recently went to war against two of the best programs in the state, Westlake and St Mark's. Jesuit traveled south, following their spring break campaign in North Carolina, to the capital of Texas to face off against the growing lacrosse power that is Westlake High School. Westlake is considered by most to be...
This past Spring Break, the Jesuit lacrosse team ventured to the state of North Carolina to compete in one of the most illustrious tournaments in the country, the Brine King of Spring Faceoff Classic. Taking on the traditional power of St. Ann’s Belfield from Virginia, Memphis University School, and Broughton High School from North Carolina, Jesuit sought to improve...
National Signing Day, as it is known in the world of college football, marked the culmination of a lifelong dream for a few of Jesuit’s senior gridiron stars, as well as for some of its notable lacrosse athletes. For many athletes who committed this past week, signing a letter of intent to play college athletics was a dream come...
Practicing from 6:00 to 7:30 in the morning, the Jesuit swim team commits to their sport quite seriously. In fact, this year's season, at this point, has been noteworthy. The team, gaining eight new freshmen this year, has scored big in brotherhood and growth. Freshman Jack Ayres described the season as "amazing," mentioning that "it's been a fun season , and...
Sean Badger’s life has always involved sports, whether that meant scoring goals as a renowned soccer player, or booming kicks through the football uprights as Jesuit’s star kicker. Many thought he had the talent to compete collegiately, and they were right, but not in the sport that they might have assumed. Badger '14 instead chose a different passion, golf. On...
Last week, the freshmen Jesuit Rangers went to battle once again on the grueling grid iron, delivering mixed results. The Gold team triumphed over Prestonwood Christian Academy, while the Blue team stumbled in a loss to W.T. White. “We took it to them right from the get go,” said Freshmen Head Football Coach Bob Wunderlick when speaking about the Gold...

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