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January 27th and 28th at Postell stadium were days brimming with exciting preseason lacrosse matchups. The annual round-robin style tournament drew fans in from all over Texas and beyond to see the exhibitions between a variety of teams, including Jesuit matchups against Rockwall, Coppell, McKinney, and Jesuit New Orleans. Saturday the 27th saw Jesuit post wins over both Rockwall...
Collegiate sports: the next level of athletics that many incoming college freshmen compete to have a position in. Next fall, six of our very own Jesuit seniors will join the coveted elite that make up collegiate athletics across three sports. Marcus Hill ‘18 has signed to the Air Force Academy to play basketball in NCAA Division I. “I had offers...
Having fallen behind after five straight unanswered goals from the Eagles, things looked bleak for the Jesuit Rangers lacrosse team following the first quarter of last Sunday's Texas High School Lacrosse Division 1 State championship against ESD in Katy, Texas. By halftime, they didn't look much better at 6-1, the lone first half goal coming on an inside shot...
The new season had arrived upon the Rangers, as they looked to guarantee themselves playoff seeding in the next coming games. David Sprock '18 hoped to continue his hot streak with supporting efforts from Burnum '17 and Wiederecht '17, while Millican '17 looked to hold down his end of the field with Smith '17 and Johnston '18. The Rangers traveled to Coppell...
Right before spring break, the defending state champs took on Flower Mound, an easier game before making their way to playing two top-25 teams in the nation. Jesuit entered the game riding a winning streak, and hoped to continue this dominance in this third quarter of the season. The Rangers traveled to Flower Mound, whom were attempting to pull...
Furiously closing ground on a retreating Lake Travis Attackmen, sophomores Brennan Louviere '19 and Joseph Schutz '19 dislodge the ball from the opponents stick and scoop it off the carpet to move the ball to a streaking Hunter Bailey '18, who soon buries the ball in the back of the Lake Travis net. A stifling defense that includes sophomore...
Streaking towards the open net, with only one red and blue Allen goalie standing in the way, Dylan Topolski '19 winded up, zeroed in on his target, and fired. The result? Another score in a dominant 8-4 victory against the Allen Eagles in the first regular season game for JV lacrosse. Jesuit's JV Lacrosse team has habitually found ways to...
Hoisting the Texas State Championship trophy was the manner in which the Jesuit lacrosse team ended their season last year, the first title in program history. There is no better feeling to have all your hard work and countless hours on the field become manifested in winning a state championship. The Rangers, returning much of the talent used to...

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