Tuesday, August 11, 2020

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Last Friday, October 10th, 2014, Jesuit's Varsity took on Irving High School, having the home field advantage on a drizzling Dallas night. Jesuit, coming off of a loss to Skyline, rebounded admirably with a 56-29 victory over Irving. Head Coach Brandon Hickman believed that the team "bounced back very well" after such a tough loss. Attempting to respond to previous failures, the Rangers focused on "playing...
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...
Shortly after Thursday film session for the varsity football team, Coach Hickman recalled a past experience where he had to do the Soulja Boy dance after his defense put on a shutout. He challenged this years defense, under new defensive coordinator Don Woods, to put up a “goose egg.” This references how the 0 on the scoreboard resembles the shape...
This Friday, January 16th, the first annual Expository Bowl will take place at Postell Stadium. The Expository Bowl is a flag football game between the Varsity football team and the Roundup benefiting the charity Heart Gift. In Director of Community Service Mr. Rich Perry’s words, Heart Gift is an organization that “seeks to bring a child from a developing country...
The team challenging Jesuit was the fighting Irving Tigers, tenacious in their desire to show up the Rangers at home.  However, this wasn't quite the case. On Thursday, October 8, the JV Rangers played at home in the familiar Postell Stadium. Taking the field, the boys in blue focused on the game plan: "to come out strong and keep the lead...
Rosenbleeth finished Friday's victory with nine receptions for 237 yards and three touchdowns, scoring touchdowns of 32, 34 and 75 yards to help lead Jesuit to its eighth consecutive playoff berth. During the victory Rosenbleeth set new career-highs in both receiving yards and touchdowns while doubling his touchdown reception total on the year. Rosenbleeth earned Dallas Morning News Offensive...
With the change of seasons outside as the air begins to cool and the leaves begin to change color, football season begins to wind down concomitantly.  Rather, the regular season does.  With playoffs in the air and goals to attain, the football team finished the season out with three straight convincing wins to punch a ticket to the Bi-District...
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