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Authors Articles by Jack Corrales '20, Sports Editor

Jack Corrales '20, Sports Editor

Jack Corrales '20, Sports Editor
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We've all seen the construction going on over in the Forestwood apartments area, especially those of us who drive to school each day, and are delayed by the congested lanes near the site. This construction over at Forestwood, however, is much more than just normal repairs or demolition. It's the beginning of Jesuit's new athletic facility. Mr. B.J. Antes, the...
For many students, the highlight of the school day is lunch. It offers time for talking with friends, eating, and of course a little gaming. On April 11th at this year's sophomore retreat, however, that wasn't the case. Of course, the students enjoyed playing basketball against their peers, mini golf, and the delicious crispy chicken fried steak. For this...
You've probably walked by the Terry Center recently and seen the construction going on next to the sidewalk. Maybe you've even been rained on due to the lack of a cover with the construction. You've probably wondered, "What's going on over there?" In this area, the new Ranger Connection is going to be built, with work starting already as you...
In an off season full of many high caliber free agents, it was inevitable that the dynamics of the NBA would change. However, despite the signings, the good teams of past years reign supreme, while rebuilding teams sneak into the lower seeded playoff spots. The East As always, the headlining team of the East are the Cleveland Cavaliers, led by the...
Silas Hartman '20 steps up to the ball return, grabbing his blue bowling ball. He lines up on the left side of the lane, a southpaw, and prepares for his approach. He pushes the ball forward, and slowly creeps towards the foul line. He lets the ball swing back, bright red Supreme sleeve visible, and slides towards the foul...
With a new coach and a loss of many key senior players from last year, the rugby team's dynamic has changed. The question is, is that good or bad? The rugby team seems to be heading towards the good end, starting the season off with a 2-1 record against St. Thomas, Lake Travis, and Allen. Allen In Jesuit's first match of the...
The runner takes his mark. He claws into the spongy track with his cleats. He waits for the boom of the starter's pistol--and takes off. Stride after stride, the runner continues to push, going as fast as he can in the long-distance race. He gasps for breath, reflecting on all the hard work he has put in. His opponents...
A bead of sweat dribbles down the bowler's chin, as he contemplates where he wants to aim his shot. He looks for his mark on the lane, then slowly moves forward, like a tiger preparing to strike. Letting the ball swing back, he aggressively slides forward and brings the ball all the way back. Lowering his shoulders, he lets...

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