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THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942 - DIGITAL SINCE 2010

THE JESUIT DALLAS STUDENT VOICE AND STUDENT NEWSPAPER SINCE 1942

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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...
Five semifinal berths in six years, three title game appearances, and now one state championship. Jesuit claimed its first Texas High School Lacrosse League (THSLL) State Title on Sunday, May 15, beating rival Highland Park 9-4 at Eagle Stadium in Allen, Texas. The championship game victory was the emotional culmination of a 17-2 2016 campaign that saw the Rangers go undefeated (9-0) at...
The lacrosse player holds his staff, cradling the ball like a newborn baby. He threads through the defense with prowess and speed. All of a sudden, the ball flashes by the defenders and finds itself in their net. "GOAL!!!!" yells the Jesuit player as he pumps his fist with triumph. This was a common scene during the Jesuit JV...
Balls whizzing through the air, the scent of fresh twine, hair grown down pasts player’s necks, these signs can mean only one thing: Jesuit Lacrosse Season is in full effect. The Rangers entered the 2nd half of the season with an impressive 8-1 record, displaying they were a team who possesses true talent. Junior midfielder Reece Ellison said, “We have...
A red and orange faded sunset encompassed the entire sky, as palm trees surrounded the lacrosse field. The stage was set for the Jesuit Rangers to tangle with the Gonzaga Eagles. The scorching sun beat down upon the tired players, as they ached to make a play and end the game. White frays of the lacrosse net tear off in...

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