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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,...
The Jesuit Varsity Soccer team won an mind-blowing ten straight games to finish district play with a 11-2-1 record. With great determination, the team overcame many obstacles in order to play some of their best games ever. Coach Charlie DeLong said that this team “played as a unit and worked hard every single day to in order to win.” The...
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 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...
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...
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...
Vuvuzelas humming, Die hard Jesuit fans cheering, and “GOOAAALLLL!!!!!” Being shouted, is all you could hear during the entire annual Jesuit Meinster Soccer tournament. Founded in 1982 the annual Meinster tournament has been a essential start to the Jesuit varsity soccer team. The tournament has included some of the most noteworthy North Dallas highschool soccer teams and this year is...
This past month, the Jesuit Soccer program teamed up with the North Texas Food Bank to combat hunger in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The Rangers sponsored a canned food drive at Jesuit and worked at North Texas Food Bank sorting and boxing groceries for struggling families. This annual tradition for the team began last year when team parents and Coach...

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