Tuesday, August 11, 2020

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“This team has worked extremely hard the last few months, and we are very excited about the challenges ahead.  We need to keep developing our depth over the next few months. I feel our team chemistry and our leadership has been good.  Every season you have to overcome adversity and know how to handle it.  A lot of these...
The Jesuit Rangers came to play this last Friday, conquering the Prosper Eagles in a 41-14 home victory. Previously undefeated, the Eagles crumbled under the Rangers' near flawless execution of all three phases of the game, beginning with an interception by the Jesuit defense on the third play of the game. This huge play immediately shifted the momentum towards...
Photography by Silas Hartman '20, Media Editor Nothing is better than high school football on a Friday night in Texas, as the stands fill up around 7 o’clock, with students of both sides coming to cheer on their football team while displaying school pride. This past Friday, on August 30th, Jesuit took on Arlington at Maverick Stadium, ready to take on...
Starting this season, Jesuit Football will be receiving a new defensive coordinator, Don Woods. Coach Woods has over 35 years of coaching experience and is bringing all of those years to help out the Rangers. When asked about Coach Woods, Jesuit's head football coach, Coach Hickman, answered, "He’s a fundamental coach that our players and coaches respect. Don's a great...
Some high school coaches can say they were “big shots” in their high school days;  others may say they’ve played in college or the NFL for that matter. However, have most coaches played professional football on the other side of the world? Have most high school coaches coached current NFL players? One Jesuit coach has experienced more than one...
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...
Whether you know him as Bob, Mr. Wunderlick, Coach Wunderlick, or - as he has been affectionately dubbed by former football players - Wunder Bob, most students or teachers at Jesuit have at some point interacted with the football coach and English teacher. A Dallas native, Wunderlick attended Christ the King School and graduated from Jesuit in 1984. While attending...
Similarly to the Jesuit JV Football Team, the Freshman have been dominating on all fronts. Recently, on October 13th, the Jesuit Freshman football teams settled back into the relaxing, familiar environment of the Jesuit field. In a battle against J.J. Pearce, the Gold and Blue team’s fought hard, and emerged from the field of battle victorious, with the Gold...

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