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Going into district play, head soccer coach Charlie Delong had very simple, basic objectives for his team: “to win,” “to play good soccer ” and “to work hard”. The Jesuit Ranger soccer team effectively met that criteria, as they have been rocking their district opponents with an impressive nine wins, one loss, and two ties, with a current winning...
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,...
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 Jesuit Junior Varsity soccer team finished strong on Tuesday, March 22, 2011, with a win over Sunset to secure the 1st or 2nd spot in district. Although there was a brutal wind, freshman Juan Torres scored in the first few minutes. Then followed a free kick goal by Sean Badger ’14 and a break away goal by Cal...
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 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...
Beneath the beautiful sunset lit sky, consisting of extraordinary reds, oranges, yellows and subtle blues, the Jesuit JV and Varsity soccer teams battled TCA in their first preseason game. “It's a great opportunity for the boys on both teams to experience some real game play before the season. Unfortunately, the TCA freshmen couldn't play our freshmen team but at least...
Tears. Tears are what we saw on the eyes of the unlucky Rockwall High School soccer player who was captured mourning over their penalty kick loss in the state playoffs last March. While that photo sparked what turn out to be a huge and light-heartened social media feud between the always prideful students of Jesuit and those of Rockwall,...

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