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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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In a battle of writer vs. football player, not much would be expected in terms of true competition. But the senior varsity football squad would challenge that statement with an inspiring comeback from a 0-6 deficit that the skillful Roundup team put up in the first 5 minutes of competition in the 3rd Annual Expository Bowl. The Roundup, led by...
Outgunned by a high-powered John Tyler offense led by dual-threat quarterback Bryson Smith, the Rangers suffered a 69-21 Area round defeat, eliminating them from the playoffs and ending their season. Jesuit (8-4) saw an 8-game winning streak come to an end at the hands of District 11-6A Champion Tyler John Tyler Lions (11-1) at Mesquite Memorial Stadium on the Saturday...
A navy blue-out student section replete with hand-clapper noisemakers contributed to a buzzing playoff atmosphere as Jesuit played its first round game in front of a home crowd after going undefeated during district play to earn a top seed. In a battle of Rangers, Jesuit (8-3) defeated bi-district opponent Garland Naaman Forest (5-6) on Friday night. Led by senior tailback...
After two consecutive road games, the Rangers ended their regular season with their seventh consecutive victory amid Homecoming festivities that featured a helicopter, two professional athletes, and a multitude of mums. Taking on a Richardson Berkner team(5-5, 3-4)vying for a playoff spot, Jesuit (7-3, 7-0) looked to accomplish a feat of their own, going undefeated in district for back-to-back seasons....
The Rangers didn't have to travel far as they visited neighbor W.T. White for the annual “Battle for the Saddle” rivalry game, beating the Longhorns 66-27 to clinch a second straight district title. Jesuit (6-3, 6-0) scored the first 28 points of the game, propelled by an 11-13, 309 yard, and 3 touchdown performance from quarterback Jacob Palisch ‘17 and John Wunderlick’s...
The Rangers entered enemy territory on Friday night, travelling to Lake Highlands on their Homecoming night to emerge victorious over the Wildcats with their third straight 50-plus point and fifth straight 40-plus point performance. Jesuit (5-3, 5-0) continued to dominate UIL district 9-6A, locking up a playoff spot with the victory over Lake Highlands (2-6, 2-3) and putting them within...
Playing in front of a lively home crowd in the biggest rivalry game of the year on Teacher Appreciation Night, Jesuit ambushed perennial district contender Skyline, emphatically staking their claim to first place in district 9-6A. Jesuit (3-3 overall, 3-0 district) again leaned heavily on the running game, as the senior duo of John Wunderlick ‘17 and Evan Jackson ‘17...

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