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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942 - DIGITAL SINCE 2010

THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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Authors Articles by Bass Stewart '17

Bass Stewart '17

Bass Stewart '17
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Sweat, hard work.  These are the defining characteristics of real men.  Is it surprising that Jesuit houses some of these very men under its roof?  No.  But in reality, they are underground in the depths of the Terry Center, catacombs forged from the blood, sweat, and tears of past champions.  This is the environment that the Jesuit wrestling team...
Dating back many years, the rivalry between W. T. White and Jesuit not only makes for a great community gathering but also for a great football game. On Wednesday, October 21st, the JV Rangers traveled out to Loos Stadium to face their crosstown rivals, the W. T. White Longhorns. Tensions were high going into the game, with the 4-2 Rangers ready to jump...
The team challenging Jesuit was the fighting Irving Tigers, tenacious in their desire to show up the Rangers at home.  However, this wasn't quite the case. On Thursday, October 8, the JV Rangers played at home in the familiar Postell Stadium. Taking the field, the boys in blue focused on the game plan: "to come out strong and keep the lead...
"Übung macht ein Meister." A simple phrase we all hear growing up on sports teams, clubs, and in school.  Your parents have probably said this to you once or twice, that is if you speak German.  So, for all the non-fluent German speakers out there, this phrase literally translates to "practice makes a master or practice makes perfect," according to Reed...
This past Thursday, the boys in blue travelled out to Forester Stadium to take on the Skyline Raiders.   The JV Rangers were looking to upset Skyline, a team the JV has yet to beat in past years.  Despite lacking a winning history against the Raiders, the boys in blue came into the game with confidence with a 46-22...
There is no such saying as "Lights! Camera! Action!" when one auditions for a play or film. Although there may be lights or a camera, the only action taking place is that of an actor or actress attempting to impress the directors with their ability to fill a part in a play. On the stage, they have one chance...
Thirty steps. That's the approximate distance from the school to the football stadium.  Home field advantage means a lot more than most people think, with the blood sweat and tears of not only football, but of school as well, being shed in such close proximity to each other.  The close confines of the school and the playing field demonstrate...
With the landscape flying by, some choose to sleep, some choose to talk, and others choose to pray. However one chooses to spend it, the bus ride to an away game always provides the football players with a break prior to the event. Whether you're running through plays, twiddling your thumbs, or stuck with a case of the pre-game...

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