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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...
Last Thursday, February 17, 2001, Jesuit Hockey came up with a huge win over rival Coppell. This monumental victory comes with the utmost importance, as most Jesuit players view Coppell as their steepest competition and arch rival. The final score, 4-3, did not reflect Jesuit’s dominance throughout the game, as the Rangers went up 4-0 with goals from Sophomore John...
Following a tough and hard fought 4-1 loss to Southlake Carroll on Jan. 13,  the Jesuit varsity hockey team, last Thursday, January 20,  looked to pick up a victory over Flower Mound. With a short practice week because of the MLK weekend, the Rangers relied more on mental focus to prepare for what was a must-win game. With leading scorers Hayden Meshell '13,...
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...

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