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The young man, dressed in blue, traverses the length of the field, following the soccer ball. The member of the opposite team kicks at his heels, trying to slow him down. Suddenly, the ball rolls in front of the Jesuit player who races ahead of his opponent and quickly heads towards the goal. Finally, he lifts his right leg,...
Tuesday, March 20 saw a thrilling and historic event in Jesuit history with the 500th win of Head Coach Charlie DeLong’s career. In what Charlie described as “one of the best performances of the year,” Jesuit boasted a five goal win over a scoreless Lake Highlands. With seemingly effortless passing and a gorgeous sense of communication, Jesuit could not...
Marching on to an unfamiliar field, blinded by yellow beams of light, the Jesuit JV and Varsity soccer teams took on Richardson in away games on Friday the 27th. Now generally, away games can be somewhat disconcerting, however the alien surroundings didn't seem to faze the Jesuit teams as they both pulled in wins, JV 2-0, and Varsity 3-0. The...
Connor Thomas looks at why high school soccer players like Garrett Scott '18 who play at the highest level, the U.S. Soccer Development Academy, can't play for their high school. Listen and subscribe on iTunes, or visit us on the web at jesuitroundup.org.
Beaming lights shining down on their faces, the Jesuit JV soccer players step onto the field. It signals the beginning of a new soccer season, the start of something they have all been waiting for. The Marcus Tournament at Marcus High School gives players and fans the first opportunity to gauge how the team will compete in district play. For...
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...
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...
On February 13th the Rangers played a tough Lake Highlands team, with the hope of continuing a winning streak. Lake Highlands and Jesuit played very defensive first halves. Jesuit had small bursts at the goal but was quickly turned around by a powerful Lake Highlands defense. Likewise, Lake Highlands would turn the ball over to Jesuit whenever they attempted to...

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