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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...
The Jesuit Rangers soccer team line up in formation, awaiting the opening of the game. The team captain meets at mid-field with a member of the opposing team, ready to fight for the ball. Slowly, the referee lifts the whistle to his mouth, as a wave of silence is erupted by the sudden blow of the whistle, signaling the...
Last week, February 28-March 6, 2011, the Jesuit varsity soccer team took on Skyline and Richardson, finishing the week at 1-1. On Friday, March 4th, Jesuit hosted Richardson in a tough District 9-5A matchup. After going nine games without being defeated, the Rangers got a reminder of the sour taste of defeat when they took on Richardson.  At 11-4-2, Richardson...
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...
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!
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...
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...
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,...

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