Wednesday, October 28, 2020

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The Jesuit hockey teams had a blast in their 3 games in the Leveling Tournament, as both teams got off to a great start in their preseason tourney. Tournaments like these really help them learn from each other's mistakes without it affecting their record. With this rather promising start, I believe that this will be a good year for...
On Saturday, September 19, the Jesuit Competitive Shooting Team (JCST) began their season at the 14th Annual North Texas Juniors Open, a skeet tournament in Terrell, TX. Jesuit was represented by a variety of participants from all grades. This event also marked the beginning of the JCST’s fourth season of competition. Before going into this weekend's performance, let's take...
This will go down as the weirdest week in NFL history. It had great comebacks and good games, but the bad part was that majority of your roster could be filled with injured players. Key players on many teams went down this week changing dynamic of the rest of the season. Recap of Week 2 Notable injures: Christian McCaffery is out...
The next Matthew Boling?! Well, maybe not , considering this race was 5,000 meters and not a 100 meter sprint. On Saturday September 12, 2020, both the Jesuit Varsity and JV teams competed in the North Texas Cross Country Circuit Tournament at Warren Park. Start of Season - Warren Park Race The Jesuit Cross Country team started off the 2020 season with...
"Strength is the ability to exert force against an external resistance. We build strength through the process of stress, recovery, and adaptation." - Coach Lacey What is Powerlifting? Powerlifting is a sport that is frequently misunderstood. A lot of people think that powerlifters are 200 pound reckless maniacs who go screaming around the gym and break their backs lifting,...
The victorious athlete, with sweat accumulating on his forehead under the intense stadium lights, graciously bounds to the top of the podium. Twenty years of perfecting his sport accumulate in that one moment as a glittering gold medal is placed upon his "Team USA" sweatsuit. Childhood days that could've been spent hanging out with friends or going to school...
In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, many questioned the future of Jesuit sports. Luckily, as we have gotten more information about this virus, we have been grateful to find that sports such as football will return. However, while the football season is permitted, restrictions must be enforced to ensure that everyone remains safe. How Jesuit Football tackled the Spring...
The NFL Season is just moments away so we step back and look at some of the last-minute roster changes and dive into some of the History of the National Football League. We also dive in deeper to Commissioner Roger Goodell's interview with CNBC. History  The NFL was founded in 1920 as originally the American Professional Football Association. Then later renamed...

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