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Ever since the Rangers' Varsity Hockey team lost to Plano West almost three months ago, they have been on an absolute tear through the rest of league play, winning their last eight games in domineering fashion. The road so far definitely hasn't been easy; they have at times been cornered and on the ropes, yet somehow they always find...
Speeding on the ice, the puck glides rapidly towards the boards. It is a sprint to get there first. Each player racing against the other, leaving there trails behind them carved into the ice. Nearing the puck, the player extends his stick and whacks it towards his team mate, barely reaching the puck before his opponent. Moving forward, guarding...
Throughout sports, a championship is a symbol of accomplishment after a season of hard work and dedication, defeating the toughest team in the league in order to obtain the status of world champions. However, the team that wins a championship knows that everyone will watch them next season to see if they can retain their superpower status, hoping not...
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...
Coming off of a state championship win last year, the Jesuit Hockey team finished their season early in the state tournament a few weeks ago after losing in the first round. Unfortunately, the Rangers went merely 5-12 this season compared to astounding 21-1-1 in 2012-2013. After last year's state title, Eli Ray '14 said, "Our mindset was 'We are going to...
It wasn't easy, and it wasn't without its challenges. It wasn't all skill and it didn't happen overnight. Nonetheless, the Jesuit hockey team, for the second time in three years, is back on top of the mountain as state champions of Texas, and from the looks of it, they may stay there for awhile. It's important to remember that the...
After completing the Texas Two-Step by winning both State and City championships, the Jesuit Hockey team felt like they were on top of the world. But, they had one more challenge, and it was easily the hardest challenge they faced all season: winning Nationals. The obvious difference is that instead of playing the best teams in Texas, the Rangers...
The pristine, smooth ice shines around the rink as the crowd files in. The players are in their dressing rooms, preparing for the next hour that will be filled with joy, frustration, fatigue, anger, and ultimately, either a win or a loss. The players focus on playing their game and how they will overcome the opponent, securing a win...

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