Three Blue Jay wrestlers took home individual titles, helping the team to a second place state finish before a record two-day crowd of 14,325.
The Jays believed in themselves as a team and showed character in staging their incredible, if not improbable, comeback-from-the- dead 4-3 victory against Acadiana in the Division 1 semifinals Saturday afternoon in Lafayette.
Senior Patrick Torsch and the Jesuit tennis team captured the McGill-Toolan Invitational Tournament championship.
The Jays are off to a great start for the 2015 season.

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Funky Dunks…

Junior Malachi Hull executes an extremely difficult reverse dunk during a lunchtime contest held Friday by the Student Council in the Traditions Courtyard. The purpose of this fun dunking event was to “net” student support of Jesuit’s basketball and soccer teams, both of which are currently in post-season playoffs for a state championship. The Blue Jay soccer team plays St. Paul’s on Saturday night for the state championship. Unfortunately, the Blue Jay cagers were bounced in the first round following their 61-43 loss to Mandeville Friday evening in the Skippers’ gym.

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