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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942 - DIGITAL SINCE 2010

THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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The Rangers opened the season in style on Friday, August 26, defeating the Flower Mound Jaguars 42-41 at home. From the opening kickoff to the last tick of the scoreboard, Jesuit fought hard.  Pleasing the huge crowd at Jesuit Stadium, the Rangers pulled off one of the most exciting Jesuit football games in recent memory. Jesuit’s offense displayed its offensive...
Following last year’s heartbreaking loss to Rowlett in Bi-Districts to end the season, the Jesuit Rangers football team was ready for a change.  And this offseason, the Rangers brought about all the changes necessary to build an elite team.  With a new head coach, new stadium, and new defensive scheme, the tweaked  program seems ready for the future.  Itching...
On Wednesday night, the Jesuit Rangers football team displayed perhaps one of the best Spring Games in the history of the school.  Divided into two teams, the Rangers played well into the evening, pleasing the crowd and showcasing their talents in a fashion that gives Jesuit fans hope for next season.  The two teams were composed of all varsity players,...
Despite reaching the end their high school careers, numerous Jesuit athletes from the class of 2011 will take their talents to the collegiate level this fall. With successful seasons in nearly all sports it isn’t a surprise that so many Jesuit athletes have committed to prestigious colleges to keep competing. In baseball, two incredibly talented players, Josh Bell and Kevin...
Much has transpired in the football program since the team’s heartbreaking loss to Rowlett in the first round of the playoffs last season. A new offseason program has been instituted. A new head coach has been named. The old locker rooms were knocked down, and construction for better facilities has already begun. With a new offseason come new chances,...
The Jesuit Rangers 2010-11 football season came to a close Saturday night at SMU’s Ford Stadium after the Rangers lost a hard fought playoff game to Rowlett 35-28. At the end of the fourth quarter, Jesuit seemingly recovered an onside kick with about a minute to go and down 35-28. However, much to the Jesuit student section’s displeasure, the referees...
Jesuit amassed 271 yards rushing as they warmed up for the playoffs, winning against Sunset 59-0 at Jesuit. Jesuit averaged 13.55 yards a carry as seven different players scored touchdowns in Jesuit’s biggest blowout of the season. Junior QB Brian Buell ran for two touchdowns and Sophomore WR Jake Oliver caught two passes for 70 yards and a touchdown,...
Sophomore WR Jake Oliver caught four touchdown passes and Jesuit scored 27 points in the first quarter as the Rangers defeated Samuel 44-0. Oliver, who caught seven passes for 105 yards to go with his four scores, caught three of his touchdown passes in the first half as Jesuit clinched a spot in the District 5A playoffs for 2010....

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