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Hearts beating, pedals moving, cyclists from across the Lone Star State raced for 33 miles through U.S. army base Fort Hood in Central Texas. Passing by tanks on the ground and artillery ranges, racers pedaled across the hilly western portion of the base, enduring the challenging terrain at this unique setting. September 16 marked the conclusion of the Texas...
Coming off a bye week, the Jesuit Rangers looked to improve as they traveled to Prosper to take on the Prosper Eagles. Despite a slow offensive start, the Rangers came out strong in the second half, outscoring the Eagles 21-6. However, the slow start proved to be costly, as the Eagles put up a last second field goal to outlast...
"Nothing can substitute for just plain hard work. I had to put in the time to get back. And it was a grind. It meant training and sweating every day. But I was completely committed to working out to prove to myself that I still could do it." - Andre Agassi Jesuit recently played three tennis matches towards the end...
For all athletes, summer is a make-or-break period of time regarding fitness. Depending on your choice, it can be a time of atrophy where you lose fitness and skill, or, a time of gain where you can practice harder, more frequently, and improve faster than you can during the school year. The Jesuit Crew team chose the latter, practicing...
With any successful sports team always comes a great leader. These leaders hold the team together and encourage their teammates through tough times. Athletes like Derek Jeter, Ray Lewis, Michael Jordan, and Tim Duncan have all displayed their strong leadership qualities throughout their careers. Similarly, many athletes at Jesuit strive to become positive role models and leaders in order to...
With the fifth week of football kicking off this Thursday night between the Patriots and the Colts, there are many players you should hope to snag or possibly drop before the start of the week. A big part of Week 5 is players returning to the field after serving 4 game suspensions. These players will hope to make an...
Week 3 provided a more accurate representation for how players will continue to perform, or not perform, throughout the rest of the season. It proved that many players can be consistent with their performances, and that others, despite what you may hope in terms of benefitting your team, are truly inconsistent players. Week 4 also brought upsets, a team's...
Shortly after Thursday film session for the varsity football team, Coach Hickman recalled a past experience where he had to do the Soulja Boy dance after his defense put on a shutout. He challenged this years defense, under new defensive coordinator Don Woods, to put up a “goose egg.” This references how the 0 on the scoreboard resembles the shape...

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