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In baseball, homeruns are amazing. The ability to hit a baseball with a nine-inch diameter 400 ft. in the two tenths of a second it takes to reach the catcher’s mitt requires quickness, athleticism, power, coordination, and incredible natural skill. In high school baseball homeruns are seldom seen, with average power hitters hitting only 4 or 5 a season. Of course,...
On Saturday, February 19, 2011, bright and early at 7:00 AM, the power lifting team arrived at Highland Park to participate in the 7th annual Highland Park Power Lifting Invitational along with Waxahachie, Bishop Lynch, Coppell, Ranchview, Berkner, and J. J. Pierce. The team consisted of 15 members :  Juniors Preston Martin, Luke Olinger, Michael Stephens, Akuda Esin, Hayden Williams,...
Jason Meng has been fencing since he was nine years old and according to his coach practices five hours a day. With his rigorous schedule and hard work you may think winning comes easy to the freshman, but even he admits he didn’t expect to finish so high at the Junior Olympic Fencing Championships. Meng said, “I aimed lower....
Every day, students notice the construction of the new locker rooms as they walk to athletics or classes in the Terry Center. We all know what's being constructed; however, most people aren't aware of the important details.                In an interview with Assistant Principal Mr. Fred Donahue, I had the opportunity to find out a lot of the details of...
The showdown between the Jesuit Bowling team and Skyline took place at 1:30 pm on Saturday, February 19, 2011, with the winner clinching a spot in the regional tournament. The match began with five individual matches, each consisting of two games. Nathan Leiter, Jonathan Mendiola, David Portner, Steven Borik, & Connor Christina started out against the Skyline starting lineup. Luckily,...
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...
Ranger Stadium, February 18, 2011 – While the Jesuit Ranger varsity soccer team prepared for the final game of the first half of District 9-5A play, the locker room mood was light and joyful before the Rangers took on the Sunset Bison on Jesuit’s home turf. The players were able to take this relaxed feeling on to the field, which,...
Rugby season has begun and it’s as strong as ever! Winning and participating in two Fall 7’s rugby tournaments, the program is pumped and ready to start another season with the status of Texas State Champs. Coached by Mr. Anthony Mattacchione, Mr. Raul Ornelas, and Mr. Austin Ryan, both Varsity and JV have been successful in their initial three...

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