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What comes to mind when you think of the most iconic underdogs in sports? Rudy, Rocky Balboa, The Roundup? On Friday February 15, the varsity football team narrowly escaped a humiliating defeat by The Roundup staff in The Expository Bowl.  The Expository Bowl is an annual game of touch football played between the "varsity" football seniors and the varsity Roundup staff. In the end,...
  Boxing. It is not just a sport, it is an art that one must master. One up and coming boxer who is learning this art form happens to be Jesuit’s one and only, Hector "Bueno" Juarez.  Luckily, Hector was willing to be interviewed and talked about his recent boxing career. Stick around to learn more about the boxer himself. Q:...
The Jesuit basketball team has been having a phenomenal season, going 27-5 and clinching the No. 1 seed in the district. However, the real success of a team's season starts now, as the Rangers start their playoff run as one of a few select teams with a good chance to contend for state. The Rangers took on the Sachse Mustangs...
Ahhhhh, there's no better feeling than waking up at 4 am on a Saturday to lift big weight, right? No? Well, the Jesuit Powerlifting Team thinks so, competing at two consecutive meets both on Saturday mornings. On February 9th, the Jesuit Powerlifting Team woke up early in the morning to go to their first Saturday morning meet. The bus left...
Players from each team line up facing each other as they prepare to scrum. Their breathing heavy and ragged, sweat completely soaks their jerseys and steam rolls from their skin to the crisp winter air. The referee gives each team a moment to bind onto their teammates, each squad forming a solid mass of players linked by arms, shoulders,...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aBNJtn4wqI With a Senior Night to remember, Walsh Gym was again packed to the brim for the Rangers' last regular season home basketball game. Dominating the court, the basketball squad proved that they are playoff ready in their 50-45 win over the Plano West Wolves. After a tight first half in which the Rangers trailed by 6 points, the team locked...
"Pain is temporary, glory is forever" Although often seen in Instagram bios, this cliché rang true to the competitors of the 11th annual Southwest Ergometer Amateur Tournament, who endured immense pain in search of ergo glory. Last Saturday, February 2nd, rowers from across the region gathered in the Terry Center for the S.W.E.A.T. regatta. The indoor competition drew over 500 entries across fifty...
Fresh cut grass, screaming supporters, and the biggest names in football (or soccer); finally, after nearly two long months off, the Champions League is back, and with it comes this new series in which I’ll preview the biggest upcoming games, give my predictions, and highlight the most important storylines in the tournament. For those who don’t know, the Champions...

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