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2,977 red, white, and blue ribbons hang from the black fencing surrounding the newly commemorated Father Postell’s Stadium. Each ribbon represents one of the men, women, and children who died 12 years ago on September 11th.   Athletic Director Mr. Steve Koch and Pam Murad took time out of their busy schedules to create a memorial for the fallen victims and...
After finishing their regular season, the Jesuit bowling team headed to regionals looking to move on to the next round at state. Because of the snow and ice the week before, regionals was pushed back to March 1st, the Saturday after Jesuit got off for Spring Break, causing two of the seven members of the team to miss the...
In their last two regattas of the year, the Rangers crew team proved to be nothing short of dominant. Following their best ever finish at Stotesbury Cup, the Rangers carried this momentum to the U.S. Rowing Youth Championship, ending the season on a high note. Entering the most prestigious regatta of the year, Coach Fife had high expectations for his team...
https://youtu.be/QKw7ul8AW8c Coming off of a strong team outing, the Rangers looked to further their win streak at home against McKinney Boyd on Friday, September 28. Starting off slow, the Rangers found themselves down 28-14 going into halftime. With the student section bringing the energy coming out of the half, the Rangers put together a strong second half. Although the Rangers found...
Jesuit has welcomed yet another freshman class into its halls, where they will wander as many before them have as well. As the new student steps out of the car that first morning, he is timid, frantically scanning the car to ensure that nothing is left behind. He takes a nervous glance around him, searching for a familiar peer. He...
Since their close victory over Mesquite to open the season, Jesuit has lost 3 games straight. Monday night, they matched up against a tough, athletic Lewisville team. The Farmers came out strong, pushing to an early lead and never looking back. “They were more athletic, more experienced, they played harder, and they wanted to win more,” said Coach Hill...
Despite the ice storm that plagued North Texas for a few days, the Rangers still hosted the Jesuit Lacrosse Invitational Tournament on both Saturday and Sunday, February 8 and 9, 2014. Fourteen teams, both Varsity and JV, from in and around North Texas, as well as Jesuit New Orleans, came to Jesuit Dallas to participate in the tournament. Jesuit Varsity scrimmaged...
If I told you that a certain Jesuit sport’s next game is between Midway Presents and Team Host, would you have any idea what I was talking about? These two teams and many more play intramural indoor volleyball, one of Jesuit’s hottest intramural sports. “Indoor volleyball at Jesuit could be compared to the finest of Olympic sports,” reflects Joe Payne...

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