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Ethan Brownlee '16

Ethan Brownlee '16
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61 teams, 2000 runners, but one purpose: compete and win the race. On Saturday, October 3rd, schools from around the metroplex travelled to the Jesuit Classic cross-country meet to prove their strength on a tough cross-country course. Among these teams were Allen, Frisco Wakeland, Mesquite, and the Jesuit Rangers, the Rangers hoping to dominate their home cross-country meet. For some,...
“Beep beep, ring ring,” alarm clocks woke up the cross country team, calling them to Jesuit to begin their Saturday mornings. Arriving at 7 o’clock, the runners packed up the bus for their big day of competition at the Gerald Richley Invitational. The Richley race was not only another 5k for the team, but also important preparation for the...
“One of the best parts is that I get to work and interact with you guys on a daily basis. It’s vivifying.” Mr. Andrew Katz summed up his opinion of his Jesuit teaching career as he prepared to leave the school to pursue his Ph.D. in engineering and education. Mr. Katz’s teaching experience has been dedicated to helping high school...
Jesuit is a fantastic high school, not only because of its superior academic and sports programs, but also because of its complete extracurricular experience. Jesuit has many student-run clubs ranging from the Medical Society to the Ultimate Frisbee Club, and also provides many opportunities to travel on immersion trips to regions as far away as Peru and Alaska. In...
Prospective freshman to fastest on the Jesuit Cross Country team, Connor O’Neill now ranks among the best in Texas. He began his Jesuit XC career in June 2013, quietly sitting outside the gates to the track along with the other freshmen, waiting for Coach Molyet to start practice. The workout for the day was a 30 to 40 minute...

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