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Friday night marked the second annual Gold Out in Jesuit’s Gym. Five hundred “sixth man” t-shirts were passed out as the Rangers played in front of their largest crowd of the year. Jesuit played host to the Wildcats of Lake Highlands, needing a win to catch Lake Highlands in the district standings. It was a slow start for the...
Since the week before exams, the Rangers have played in 13 games, including 4 district games and 7 tournament games. Coming off the tough loss to ESD in Jesuit’s home tournament championship, the Rangers faced last year’s district rival, Plano West, before beginning the Flower Mound Marauder/Jaguar Classic. They lost to the Wolves of West by a score of 44-67,...
Last week’s games began with a trip to Garland to battle last year’s Regional Champions, the Lakeview Centennial Patriots.  The teams were all square after one quarter, but there was trouble for the Rangers in the second and they took a 17 point deficit into the locker rooms at half. Jesuit beat the Patriots by 2 in the second half,...
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...
Friday night was the battle of the Jesuits as the Rangers faced off against the Strake Jesuit Crusaders in Houston. With Jesuit Dallas having taken a victory in both the soccer playoffs last spring and the football game earlier this fall, the basketball team was eager to keep the perfect sports record against Strake Jesuit in the calendar year. The...
Jesuit opened the 2010-2011 basketball season with a 63-58 win Tuesday night over the Mesquite Skeeters at home. “It was good for the first game of the season and I liked the pace we played at, but we need to get better at executing our plays and working hard on the defensive side of the ball,” said injured senior...
Head Coach: Chris Hill Assistants: Jonathan Alexander, Todd Gruninger, Phil Askew, Hunter Wall, Austin Nevitt, Tim Murphy Last Year: 27-6 (lost in 3rd round of playoffs) Scheme: On offense, the Rangers are looking to get out and run the ball at all times. Coach Hill is looking to use the speed and conditioning of this team to out run other teams and...

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