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Three weekends ago, the Jesuit varsity soccer team participated in a round-robin tournament in Duncanville, Texas at Old Panther Stadium. With six teams participating, Jesuit went into the tournament with a rather good chance of winning it all. A two bracket competition, the tournament ran on a 10-point system based off of record and goal differential. The six schools that participated...
Since the beginning of the school year, prospective soccer players have awoken every morning and walked out onto the pitch to partake in a rigorous game against one another. The tryout process that Coach Delong has introduced is unlike any other tryout process at Jesuit. Every day since the very first week of school back in August, the players...
The bright fluorescent lights illuminate the deep green pitch, and a cool breeze ruffles the hair of the exhausted players while a few glowing stars linger above in the black and blue sky.  Nothing can be heard but the piercing shriek of the referee’s whistle, the anxious shouts of the fans, and the grunts of the players.  The restless crowd watches in...
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.
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...
Jesuit’s varsity soccer team set out to defend their soccer state championship last Wednesday, March 29, 2011. Our own Stadium played host to a 5A soccer playoff game between defending state champs Jesuit Rangers and Naaman Forest Rangers. The Jesuit soccer players entered the first round of playoffs with a strong swagger, confident that they could repeat as state champs....
On Friday, January 3oth, the Varsity Soccer team took the field against Skyline for their second district game of the season. They were heavily favored going into the game, but Jesuit needed a last-second goal to secure a tie. Although Skyline only had one win coming into the game, the Raiders surprised Jesuit with an early goal, scoring in the...
As some of you may know, Jesuit’s annual Meinstser soccer tournament is named after Hank Meinstser.  Coach Meinstser founded the Jesuit soccer program in 1960.  He served as coach for the varsity team for 20 years and, after retiring in 1982, was inducted into the North Texas Hall of Fame in 1990. After his retirement, Jesuit created a yearly tournament...

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