Friday, September 25, 2020

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Alarm clock beeping, the swimmer blindly reaches for the light, waking up at 5:00 am for the first day of practice. His bags packed with a suit, goggles, water bottle, and mask, the swimmer drives to the pool for his first Jesuit practice in over six months. The Jesuit Swim Team began practice August 27 for the Gold Cohort and...
One of the most anticipated games of the year is on its way to being released in less than ten days. Yes, NBA 2K21 is expected to be released on September 4, 2020. However, both the next gen versions will be released with The Xbox SeriesX and the PlayStation5. Over the years, 2K has become one of the greatest...
Amidst the global pandemic, Jesuit Soccer still found a way to get together and celebrate their season. They were able to meet at the Shea's house and made sure to practice social distancing, with everyone wearing masks. Jason Davis '21 stated, "there were lots of people there and it was really fun, and we got to play soccer and...
Undefeated regular seasons are truly a masterpiece in the history books. The 1934 Chicago Bears. The 1972 Miami Dolphins. The 2007 New England Patriots. They are never forgotten, for the memories and triumphs last forever. Furthermore, undefeated regular seasons drive the momentum for a huge playoff run. With teams getting closer and closer to the championship. Unfortunately, the TSHLL...
It's been a splendid two years for Jesuit bowling. 20-0 over the past two years, two district and one regional title, and a state qualification. But this year, it's different. A senior class of seven and a spunky sophomore, most of which have bowled for three years on the team, are finally to take it all. It's their last...
Coming off a historic season going four rounds deep into the Texas 6A UIL Playoffs, Jesuit Football hoped to repeat what they did last season. Unfortunately, because of the Coronavirus pandemic, Jesuit Football's momentum was halted. Losing their spring football season and their ways to workout as a team in the process, or so we thought. However, the team continues...
Through the pandemic, there have been obvious changes to sports at Jesuit. Seasons were canceled and some barely even got to start, but at the end of every season is the spring banquet. This year, some coaches are still trying to provide some sort of banquet for the teams, even though they cannot meet in person. Soccer Varsity Soccer finished their...
It's 7 AM on a Friday. The grade check is at 4 PM. All grades have to be above 70 to be eligible for extracurricular activities. An important day for any student. But, for the bowling team and Matthew Vincent, this day is that much more important; this eligibility applies for the next three weeks, including the final match...

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