Tuesday, December 1, 2020

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On September 2nd, the Jesuit Varsity Tennis team took on Sunset High School in their first match of the season at The Hockaday School. An extremely successful outing, the Rangers brought home a victory without losing a single game. Mr. McDaniel, one of the varsity coaches, explained that the team simply "dominated", as Jesuit's newly-aligned UIL district "is not very...
Throughout this spring, the Jesuit tennis team practiced frequently in preparation for the spring season. During the entire spring season, the tennis team practices 5 mornings each week. And, while the fall consists mainly of school-on-school matches, the spring season is marked by larger tournaments. Jesuit tennis participated in tennis tournaments this spring in Keller, Coppell, Tyler, and Houston. This...
Excitedly leaving school after 7th period on a sunny Thursday afternoon, Jesuit's top 6 players hopped onto a small white bus and traveled over three hours to Austin, TX where they got to play against some of the top players from schools around the city. As the team arrived, the brisk breeze and the scurrying of many kids, coaches, and...
This semester, the Jesuit tennis team brought their all in the second half of their season, with little opposition. The team faced only one defeat in the season's latter half against Highland Park. The Jesuit tennis team started the month of October with an 8-0 sweep against Berkner, with strong showings from Kota Ueshima '19 and Christopher Reynders '18 in...
"Nothing can substitute for just plain hard work. I had to put in the time to get back. And it was a grind. It meant training and sweating every day. But I was completely committed to working out to prove to myself that I still could do it." - Andre Agassi Jesuit recently played three tennis matches towards the end...
After school on a Thursday afternoon on March 29th, the sun was hidden behind the clouds, leading to a cool evening and an excellent day to play tennis. The Rangers soon arrived to play against an up-and-coming St. Marks team comprised of mostly lowerclassmen. The Jesuit Tennis Team easily thought that this victory would not be too hard to...
With teams traveling as far as El Paso and Amarillo, the Allen tournament hosted some of the best tennis players from around the state of Texas. Jesuit, new to this event, didn't realize just how steep this competition was going to be. However, even without realizing just how difficult the road ahead looked, the Rangers optimistically sought the win...
Jesuit has had a long and rich history with their tennis program by winning state titles but never winning a mixed doubles tournament until this January at the Keller Classic Invitational. Zack Vander Heiden, who is a freshman at Jesuit, and Nina Quirk, who is a senior at Hockaday, made history for Jesuit by winning their first mixed doubles...

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