Tuesday, August 11, 2020

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Over the past month, the Jesuit Lacrosse team has had an exciting series of games with both ups and downs. The Rangers have faced top teams in the nation, traveled to Washington, and clinched a playoff berth. To start off the succession of games, the Rangers traveled up north to Washington, D.C. to take on some of the fiercest competition...
The Varsity lacrosse team opened its quest for a TSHLL championship on Monday. They beat division II Hillcrest High school 13-7. The team played without one of their key players from last year, sophomore goalie Dan Morris ’13. Morris was battling flu- like symptoms, but is now feeling better and will probably face Kingwood on Saturday.  Starting in goal instead...
The Jesuit Lacrosse team traveled up north to play teams from around the D.C. area for the first half of their spring break. They played Archbishop Spaulding, Choate, and fellow Jesuit School Gonzaga, some of the top competition in the country. Archbishop Spaulding The first game of the trip, Archbishop Spaulding, took place on Saturday, March 10th, at the University of...
Kissick '16 patiently waits to make his move on the Highland Park defender, just toying with him, jumping side to side. Kissick then makes an agile move, spinning away from the defender towards the front of the goal and splits yet another two Highland Park defenders to take a shot, the ball finding the back of the net for...
The home crowd emphatically cheering, the entire team enthusiastically jumping after the ball zipped past the goalie and into the top left corner of the net; this is how the Jesuit Rangers won the annual Jesuit Lacrosse Invitational. Coming off an unexpected loss at the hands of the Woodlands, Jesuit looked poised to make a major statement in the remaining preseason games, as...
As winter draws to a close, the state-title contending lacrosse team gears up for yet another impressive season, putting together a group that will finally bring home the elusive state title that Jesuit has fallen just short of in the past few years.   Last year, losing to Highland Park in the semi-finals, and the year before, losing to Coppell...
During the weekend of January 31 and February 1, the Jesuit lacrosse program hosted its annual Round Robin Invitational. A weekend event for teams to prepare for district games and start off the new year, the tournament proved to be a success yet again. Hosting teams from near and far, Jesuit welcomed Colleyville, Flower Mound, St. Mark’s, Southlake, Hillcrest, McKinney,...
This past Spring Break, the Jesuit lacrosse team ventured to the state of North Carolina to compete in one of the most illustrious tournaments in the country, the Brine King of Spring Faceoff Classic. Taking on the traditional power of St. Ann’s Belfield from Virginia, Memphis University School, and Broughton High School from North Carolina, Jesuit sought to improve...

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