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Authors Articles by Hayden Vines '15

Hayden Vines '15

Hayden Vines '15
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"I've often heard stories of the mysterious Hayden Vines as a "modern Fitzgerald," able to create entire realms within one's imagination with a single string of ordinarily mundane words. His articles confirm that I share a class with a legend, a veritable oasis of genius, untapped and ready to amaze for generations to come." A loyal fan of Hayden Vines.
And we are back! Welcome to Hayden’s Bracketology Article Volume 3. Last year was a pretty exciting year: a 7-seed and an 8-seed played for the title, Dayton made the Elite 8 after beating 2-seed Kansas, and 14-seed Mercer beat Duke in the first round. This year, experts and non–experts alike are expecting a pretty clear-cut Final Four, but...
It's that time of year again: basketball season. The season of buzzer beaters, gold outs, cold winter nights, chants, upsets, and victories. The 2014-2015 Jesuit team looks ready to put forth an exciting season, and to put an early playoff loss behind them. Every year a team loses key starters, and Jesuit’s case is no different. With last year's seniors...
The Champions League: a tournament widely regarded as the best tournament behind the World Cup; a tournament where the best club teams play against each other in heated action; a tournament that determines the greatness of a player, a team, or a manager. With the increased hype for football ever since the very exciting World Cup, where the United States actually...
Close-up is a program of integrity; a program with a purpose to inspire and empower young adults to more fully exercise rights and accept the responsibilities of being an American citizen. Not only does this program encourage political participation, it allows students to experience government in action, and learn about America's past and present. Jesuit Social Studies teachers Mrs. Dea Ochs...
A time when rivals fight for survival. A time when boys become legends. A time when David faces Goliath. A time when the world falls in love with Cinderella all over again. Perhaps the greatest time in sports, March Madness. For those who live under a rock, March Madness refers to the month or so where the top college basketball...
As Michael McReynolds '15 dribbles the ball down the court, he looks around for his teammates, then decides to take the layup himself. He provides a clutch bucket to bring The Saddle back to Jesuit. Despite the loss to Berkner, the Jesuit basketball team held strong by winning five straight games to enter the state playoffs as the district's number...
After starting off the season cold, Jesuit has turned it up a notch. In district play they have been playing like a team that can do damage in the playoffs. In the middle of district play, Jesuit has been on a hot streak winning five of the last six. After the thrilling JJ Pearce game, the team went on to...
As Chris Koeijmans ‘14 shoots the free throw, chaos ensues. The Rangers and the Mustang players scrap for control of the ball. Jesuit forward Michael McReynolds ’15 seizes the ball and puts up a crazy fadeaway, which misses; however, with three seconds left, Matthew Bender ‘14 tips the rebound in for the put-back buzzer beater to win the game. Jesuit,...

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