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The puck drops, crashing against the ground, sending shards of ice flying through the frosty air.  The hockey player raises his stick, wielding it with strength and prowess.  He sends the small black puck sailing through the air right into the back of the net, exhilarated by the victory.  This feeling of triumph and glory flows through the air,...
This past week, eight members of our Jesuit community--juniors Nick Alexander, John Leflore, Hayden Meshell, and Drew Brunts; seniors Garrett Finney, Brenden Cain, and James Grass; and student affairs assistant Mark Campbell as coach--won the Under-18 USA Hockey National Championship in Lansing, Michigan. The Dallas Oilers, a select hockey team composed of players from schools all over Dallas and coached by...
The scoreboard shows that the opponent is winning, and the pressure is on. It pushes the player to his limits, and in a heartbeat, he has the puck again. He takes this moment to his advantage and dangles past the other team’s offense, pushing the puck forward with him, and BOOM! The number on the scoreboard for his team...
The frigid air rushes against player's face he stickhandles the puck back and forth, skating along the ice. The players pass to each other, rushing towards the opposing goal.  The crowd erupts in a roar, seeing the team skate down the rink and sensing a possible goal.  A goalie tenses, waiting for the shot.  In a flash, the shooter launches...
With the frosty air contrasted by the puffs of steamy breath of the players, the smooth feeling of the frozen ice beneath the sleek, steel runners of the skates gliding across the stadium floor, and the sound of the sticks slapping against the puck muffled by the roar of the crowd filling the seats surrounding the rink, a hockey player's...
The Jesuit Hockey team entered the Dallas Metroplex Hockey League playoffs as the #4 seed and had a chance to be the best team in the state, but fell short after an inspiring first round. The Rangers had a date in the quarterfinals against the Allen Eagles at Dr. Pepper Stars Center of Farmers Branch. The Rangers didn’t show up...
Two opposing players wait motionless, facing each other, anticipating the moment when the puck drops. As it hits the ice, the clashing and clanging of sticks can be heard across the rink. Shortly after, one team secures the rubber disk, signifying the start of the match. This scene sums up the beginning of every game the Jesuit Hockey Team partook...
The sound of skates grazing the ice fills the rink. Tsssss. Tsssss. Suddenly, the crowd erupts as the Jesuit varsity scores its fifth goal of the match, securing the first victory for the new year. Last Thursday, February 8th, was a momentous game for a struggling Jesuit hockey team. The game started with the Jesuit team taking an early...

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