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Authors Articles by Alex Cano '19, Associate Editor

Alex Cano '19, Associate Editor

Alex Cano '19, Associate Editor
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An aspiring food critic and legendary student.
JJ Pearce Game: The Jesuit soccer team played a though JJ Pearce team on Febuary 9th. The elements of nature came into the match affecting play. However, Jesuit started the first half strong. They Scored Jesuit varsity scored first against Pearce; with Andrew Gilchrist '18 receiving the ball from John Scott '19. Andrew crossed it to Rez '18 , who finished. Pearce answered...
It's a Thursday night after sports practice. It's dinner time and I haven't eaten since lunch. My stomach releases various rumbles and growls. My hand is directed towards the fridge, opening it. However, there is no food in the fridge. I scramble to the pantry. Empty. Desperately hungry I decide to make a dash to Kroger where  I pick up...
On February 13th the Rangers played a tough Lake Highlands team, with the hope of continuing a winning streak. Lake Highlands and Jesuit played very defensive first halves. Jesuit had small bursts at the goal but was quickly turned around by a powerful Lake Highlands defense. Likewise, Lake Highlands would turn the ball over to Jesuit whenever they attempted to...
On February 2nd the Jesuit Rangers played against the clever Richardson Eagles, seeking to start a winning streak. Richardson scored first, leading for a bit. However, with some Groundhog Day luck, the Rangers quickly scored a goal as  Diego Sierra '20 received the ball from JP Koshakji '18, and he takes it down the right sideline. Then he passed it to...
  In their last game on January the 23rd, the Jesuit Dallas varsity soccer team squared off against a strong Sachse team. The Rangers began the game quite slowly, allowing easy opportunities. Sachse started the game off by slotting the soccer ball past the distracted Jesuit Defense, to make the first goal of the game. Sachse was beating the Rangers  1-0...
In their last game on Friday the 19th, the varsity soccer team defended their home field, Postell Stadium, attempting to defeat a strong Trinity Christian Academy team. Both teams have had a successful start to the season with only a few preseason losses.  The stage was set for a well matched competition. The first half was silent as Jesuit and...
Droplets of perspiration fall through the air. The drops merge into the ground with a resounding plop. This scene signals that the Jesuit Volleyball season is right around the corner. With the team practices lasting from 4:00 to 5:00 on Tuesday and Thursday and weight lifting from 7:00 to 8:00 on the remaining two days, the Jesuit Volleyball team has been...
Boasting 125 active participants, Jesuit Dallas College Preparatory School's Medical Society prepares to begin this year's round of meetings and clinical rotations. Medical Society, which is open to students of all grade levels, offers monthly meetings that zero in on skills within various medical fields. In addition, the program offers juniors the ability to participate in a clinical rotation program...

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