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Marching on to an unfamiliar field, blinded by yellow beams of light, the Jesuit JV and Varsity soccer teams took on Richardson in away games on Friday the 27th. Now generally, away games can be somewhat disconcerting, however the alien surroundings didn't seem to faze the Jesuit teams as they both pulled in wins, JV 2-0, and Varsity 3-0. The...
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...
Their legs were tired as the long, 110-minute game came to a close in the second half of overtime. As game clock was running out, so was the team’s time in the regional quarterfinals. With the final whistle, their successful, memorable season came to an unfortunate end. Hard-fought until the end, the varsity soccer team was defeated by North Mesquite...
Bright, looming spotlights shine from the night sky tower over the grassy pitch. A brisk wind glides through the air, chilling the warm spring evening. Fans roar from the sidelines, each cheering for their respective team. These are just some of the things that define the perfect conditions for a soccer match, but despite all that, what really makes...
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...
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...

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