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The carbon fiber stick rises high in the air before coming back towards the ice and sends the rubber puck flying towards the net. It smashes against the the the back of the net after sailing over the goalies shoulder, and the wing pumps his fist in victory. The Jesuit varsity hockey squad has been hard at work the past...
Following a deflating 7-3 loss against Allen the prior week, the Rangers Hockey team took on a speedy Frisco team at the Dr. Pepper Star Center in Frisco on Monday night. Getting out to quick starts has not been the problem for Jesuit. In the previous game against Allen, the Rangers took a quick 3-1 lead with goals from Blake...
Senior Nick Mersch skates down the ice at a lightning pace, trucking any pesky opponent out of his way as he scrambles for the loose puck, hoping to score on a breakaway chance. As he throws the defender off of him, he takes control of the puck and fires a fierce wrist shot at the goalie "like poop through...
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...
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...
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...
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,...
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...

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