Monday, November 30, 2020

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In sports, it’s always difficult to beat an opponent who never quits, who never stops working until the final whistle, who is determined to get the best results possible. Jesuit Soccer has proved to be a tough opponent towards the end of January, but has faced two unfortunate losses in their past results, and are ready to rebound and...
“It makes me very happy when I create goals or score goals myself, but the most important thing is that the team reaches its goal and plays positive football.” -Mesut Ozil Soccer is a team sport, as Ozil’s quote above expresses. Playing positive soccer is only achievable as a unit, and the Jesuit soccer team is finding their rhythm as...
"The vision of a champion is someone who is bent over, drenched in sweat, at the point of exhaustion when nobody else is watching." - Mia Hamm This idea of tireless work manifested in this Mia Hamm quote is exactly the type of attitude the Jesuit soccer team exudes this season. Willing to work hard and support each other, the...
Tornadoes. Harsh rain. Snow and ice. All across the United States, atrocious weather caused everything from tournaments to band performances to even school getting canceled. Specifically, in North Texas, torrential downpour and hints of snow made events harder to manage. However, there's one sport that goes on no matter the conditions: soccer. Despite the bad weather, the Jesuit varsity soccer...
With smiles on their faces, the Rangers soundly defeat the Panthers 3-1 after a sensational performance by Diego Sierra ‘20. Although their win-loss record is not what they had anticipated, they are still happy to end the season with a hard-earned win. This was the scene at the Jesuit Soccer team’s last game of the season, and despite their tough...
The Jesuit Dallas Soccer team endured through three difficult games to start the tough month of February. They unfortunately came up with two losses and a tie but they learned greatly from these challenges. The three games were against the 6A teams of Allen, Plano and McKinney. Allen In the soccer team’s first match in February, they challenged Allen at Postell...
The second half of February proved to be a difficult one for Jesuit soccer, but nonetheless the team endured both the losses (and the weather) and emerged more resilient and experienced than before, sparking a three-game winning streak throughout March to get them to the playoffs. Facing off against W.T. White on February 16, Jesuit soccer demonstrated their ability to...
JJ Pearce Game: The Jesuit soccer team played a though JJ Pearce team on Febuary 9th. The elements of nature came into the match affecting play. However, Jesuit started the first half strong. They Scored Jesuit varsity scored first against Pearce; with Andrew Gilchrist '18 receiving the ball from John Scott '19. Andrew crossed it to Rez '18 , who finished. Pearce answered...

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