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“Our running shoes have magic in them. The power to transform a bad day into a good day; frustration into speed; self-doubt into confidence; chocolate cake into muscle.” (Mina Samuels) The Jesuit Cross Country team competed in the annual Greenhill Luke’s Locker Relays on August 25th at Norbuck Park. They also ran in the Southlake Carroll Invitational on September 8th...
Going into Washington, I had high hopes for the Cowboys. Now, after this loss to Tennessee, things look desperate heading into Philadelphia this week. The Cowboys appear to be a sinking ship, but the question is "Can the ship be saved?" Play Calling The first issue, and probably the most obvious, is poor play calling. The Cowboys tend to continuously run...
On the weekend of November 3-4, the Jesuit Crew wrapped up their fall season in Chattanooga, Tennessee at the Head of the Hooch Regatta. One of the largest regattas of the year, the Head of the Hooch hosts more than 2,000 boats from over 200 teams. Competing in the Varsity 8, Varsity 4, Lightweight 8, and Novice 8, Jesuit...
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The Rangers played on November 6th, Homecoming night, and came into the night looking to end their losing streak against McKinney. The game opened up with McKinney taking an early 14-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Jesuit recovered in the second quarter by scoring a touchdown on their first drive, where Kevin Shuman '20 found EJ Smith...
During the tennis season, Jesuit Dallas had an interesting season with some good games against their many opponents. Today, we shall go over three of their fine matches between the Allen Eagles, Plano East Panthers, and the McKinney Lions.   Plano East Their third game against Plano East was a win with a score of 16-6. The gathering of some of...
"The most important shot in golf is the next one." - Ben Hogan This quote exemplifies the Rangers' performance in the Plano and Midlothian golf tournaments, as despite having a few bad shots throughout the day, they were always able to bounce back on their next stroke. The Jesuit varsity and junior varsity golf teams competed in a two day tournament...
There are no "off days" with the Jesuit bowling team. Every Monday and Wednesday during the school year, they're always on the lanes after school putting in countless hours of work to hone their craft. Then every Tuesday, you can always find the team lifting in the weight room, always staying after to complete a few more reps and...

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