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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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  Jesuit competed in the second round of 6a division playoffs against Rockwall, an undefeated Texas power house this year. Last year in the second round, Jesuit faced Rockwall in the Cotton Bowl stadium and defeated them to move on to play against Lake Travis in the third round. Thirsty for revenge, Rockwall triumphed over Jesuit 48-27 on Nov. 22. In...
Baseball fans in North Texas enjoyed a wonderful week of fodder and exhibition this week. Fans of the repeat American League champion Texas Rangers celebrated the beginning of the team’s spring training, which opened last week in Surprise, Arizona.   The resilient fan base held its breaths when Yu Darvish, Texas’ newest $111.7 million investment, threw for the first time in...
  An average day for a Jesuit athlete ends with a practice after school. However, this was not the case on Tuesday, April 7th and Wednesday, April 8th, as Jesuit sports teams abstained from going to practice and, instead, built volleyball courts at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center.   Right after school, Jesuit's crew, cycling, and basketball teams loaded onto...
Hello everyone! It's been a while since I've written an actual article... Anyway, for my last article, I think it would be fitting for me to give y'all one final piece of media-- after all, that is my job. This video is special to me, not only because I got to film a game at NRG Stadium in Houston, but it...
Tuesday, November 12, 2012 was a momentous occasion for ten senior Jesuit athletes as they signed their National Letters of Intent to play college sports. This was the day when all of their hard work came to fruition and their verbal commitments, some of which were made as early as sophomore year, were finally made official.   In one of the...

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