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After enduring a long rain delay Friday night, the Jesuit Rangers vs Plano West game was moved to Saturday morning at 10:30am. However, that didn't stop the Rangers from coming out hungry for another win: 42-0. In the away game at John Clark Stadium, the Rangers erupted early on. They were led by Junior Quarterback Kevin Shuman, who threw for...
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...
The Jesuit Rangers JV squad traveled all the way out to Irving MacArthur to take on the Cardinals. The day before Halloween proved to be a great day for some football with the best weather of the whole season. The Rangers, with only two games left on the season, wanted to bring the intensity and blow by the Cardinals. Like every...
  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...
What comes to mind when you think of the most iconic underdogs in sports? Rudy, Rocky Balboa, The Roundup? On Friday February 15, the varsity football team narrowly escaped a humiliating defeat by The Roundup staff in The Expository Bowl.  The Expository Bowl is an annual game of touch football played between the "varsity" football seniors and the varsity Roundup staff. In the end,...
In remembrance of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001, the Jesuit Rangers sported Nike Pro Combat camo pants for their game against Coppell.  The Jesuit/Ursuline and Coppell bands both took part in a pre-game ceremony to honor the 10- year anniversary, forming “AMERICA” and “USA” on the turf.  When the Rangers ran onto the field,...
When we last encountered the Rangers we found our team had established a name for themselves and proved to be a force worth reckoning with. As time progressed, players started to know one another and started to develop stronger bonds between each other. Leaders arose willing to take their teammates farther by pushing them harder. The coaching staff also...

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Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas offers young men an excellent, Catholic education in the classical Jesuit tradition with the purpose of forming a community of men with high moral principles and service to others.

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