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https://youtu.be/6LPCyY0XV8o Sierra scored a hat trick to help Jesuit Dallas to its first district win of the season on Friday with a 4-2 decision over Richardson. Sierra converted two penalty kicks and completed the hat trick with a late tally to help the Rangers secure a critical district win at home.
On February 2nd the Jesuit Rangers played against the clever Richardson Eagles, seeking to start a winning streak. Richardson scored first, leading for a bit. However, with some Groundhog Day luck, the Rangers quickly scored a goal as  Diego Sierra '20 received the ball from JP Koshakji '18, and he takes it down the right sideline. Then he passed it to...
On Saturday, Jan. 13, the crowd cheered as Jesuit Soccer masterfully defeated Nolan Catholic at Postell Stadium, bringing an end to the 37th annual Meintser Invitational Soccer Tournament. The Meintser, which usually serves as an early match in the Ranger's exciting season, took place January 11th-13th. Jesuit finished the tournament in 7th place with a final 1 -1 -1 record...
  In their last game on January the 23rd, the Jesuit Dallas varsity soccer team squared off against a strong Sachse team. The Rangers began the game quite slowly, allowing easy opportunities. Sachse started the game off by slotting the soccer ball past the distracted Jesuit Defense, to make the first goal of the game. Sachse was beating the Rangers  1-0...
In their last game on Friday the 19th, the varsity soccer team defended their home field, Postell Stadium, attempting to defeat a strong Trinity Christian Academy team. Both teams have had a successful start to the season with only a few preseason losses.  The stage was set for a well matched competition. The first half was silent as Jesuit and...
Below is an interview with Coach Delong, the head coach of the 2017 Jesuit Varsity soccer team. He speaks of their journey to the state championship and the struggles along the way. Enjoy!
"Months of blood, sweat, and tears paid off with the ultimate prize - giving @JesuitSoccer a state championship and cementing their names in history"
In their last game on Friday the 10th, the Jesuit JV and Varsity soccer teams marched onto the foreign field, the home of the Berkner Rams, and prepared to finish the season with a bang. Both teams have had a successful season, avoiding complacency and laziness. Instead, they kept level heads and played with integrity. The JV teams played first and...

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