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A perspective from the next level

A perspective from the next level

July 21, 2017

As a defensive end at Jesuit High School, Kori Collons ‘15 stood out so much that he attracted the attention of the University of Nevada Reno. When Kori first got into UNR, he was a defensive end, but after a coaching change he was switched to outsi...

Reflecting on a winning season

Reflecting on a winning season

July 21, 2017

After winning the CIF Sac-Joaquin Division One Soccer Championship last year, Jesuit High School Varsity Soccer player Elijah Berry ‘17 doubted that his team would be able repeat it. “We were not great at the end of the year,” Elijah said. ...

The coach’s right hand man

The coach’s right hand man

July 21, 2017

The Jesuit High School Varsity Basketball Team runs smoothly because of Team Manager Kris Zaki ‘17. Kris has several jobs for the basketball team, including getting the players water, changing bloody jerseys, and running drills with the players. Overal...

Building as a team

Building as a team

July 21, 2017

Every robot that the Jesuit High School robotics team makes starts on a whiteboard. Every year, from November to mid June, the students model, build, and test their robot. “The hardest part is to get everything to work together,” said Gavin Remme ‘1...

Coaching the future stars

Coaching the future stars

July 21, 2017

Since 1985, Doug Friedman has been coaching basketball players from middle schools to a professional league in Denmark.Coach Friedman now coaches the Jesuit Freshman basketball team as he has been doing since 2015. He prepares his players for varsity level b...

Inside the life of a high school baseball player

Inside the life of a high school baseball player

July 20, 2017

After letting his nerves build for seven innings, the Jesuit high School Head Varsity Baseball Coach Joe Potulny ‘76 put in Andrew Tilton ‘17  for the final two innings against Bellarmine High School. “I was a little nervous,” Andrew said. ...

Computer games: fun, boring, or just trash?

Cole Halimi, Sam Richards, Garrett McGriff, and Evan Lopez

July 12, 2017

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Computer games: fun, boring, or just trash? To help you with your chosing of games that are not made by .io we reviewed about 10 games. The games include games about sushi to an alien running through an obstacle course. Run2 The game is addicting trying to beat all the levels in the game.. To run or skate, use the arrow keys to move around the three dimensions. The game requires enormous concentration and memorization. If the game is too fast, you can slow it down to make it ea...

Top 5 Songs of 2017

Alex Williams and Noah Yonca

July 12, 2017

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Personally I think so far 2017 has been ok for new music. My favorite song from this year is “Believer” by Imagine Dragons but my favorite song ever is “Everybody Wants to Rule the World.” 5) “It Ain’t Me” by Kygo, Selena Gomez came out February 15, 2017. Uploaded by Kygo Official Vevo. There are two versions an audio, and the official has 67 million views and the audio has 2.4 million likes. In official video, Kygo crashes on motorcycle with Selena Gomez...

All-Star snoozefest 2017

Trevor Carry and Alex Carnefix

July 12, 2017

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Most All-Star Games are somewhat exciting, but this year’s All-Star Game was a complete snoozefest. First of all, All-Star Games are supposed to be high scoring. This year’s game had a total of three runs. two of the runs came off homers and the other run came off a bad play by the first baseman and right fielder. All-Star games in the past have always been fun to watch, with at least one team scoring four or five runs and a lot of hits. This year was an exception. ...

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