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Collegiate sports: the next level of athletics that many incoming college freshmen compete to have a position in. Next fall, six of our very own Jesuit seniors will join the coveted elite that make up collegiate athletics across three sports. Marcus Hill ‘18 has signed to the Air Force Academy to play basketball in NCAA Division I. “I had offers...
First Game: Harker Heights The Jesuit Basketball team is off to a hot start! Jesuit opened its new season on the road against Harker Heights on Friday as part of the "Cowtown Classic" in Fort Worth, Texas. With great success, the team pulled the win. Overall, the team was able to exhibit an impressive ability to communicate and distribute, finishing the game...
Nwosu scored a career-high 21 points to help lead Jesuit to an 84-63 win over Harker Heights in the Rangers' season debut. The senior shot 7-of-8 from the floor and 7-of-9 from the free throw line to help Jesuit Dallas score 36 points in the paint, playing a key role in the Rangers' second-half, game-clinching run.
Upsetting a one-seed in any tournament is difficult. Upsetting a one-seed after trailing by nine halfway through the third quarter in an area round game that stretches the definition of "area" is another animal. The Rangers again proved themselves capable of a big second-half rally, outscoring The Woodlands 27-19 in the fourth quarter to complete a comeback from nine points...
Returning to the site of last year's bi-district round, the Rangers looked to avenge the heartbreaking first-round exit of last season. Jesuit (21-10) took on an athletic Rowlett (21-7) team that, while placing third in District 10-6A, finished behind the 3rd and 9th-ranked teams in the area, and ended the season ranked 15th in team offense. Led by a pair of juniors,...
With four games left in the regular season, Jesuit basketball found itself locked in a four-way tie for second place in District 9-6A. A strong finish would position the Rangers for a high playoff seed, while losing even two could lead to a complicated tiebreaker situation that could leave them on the outside looking in. Sparked by a 41-point blowout...
Slamming his fist down on the padded seat of the bench, Jack Allen'18 gazed at the scoreboard with disgust as JV Blue lost their 3rd of 4 games to McMillen 35-45. As Blue suffered, however, Gold continued their perfect district play with wins against Skyline, Irving, and Irving Nimitz. Blue McMillen- January 22 Blue played with only 5 players, missing both Matthew Walsh...

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