On May 17, 2019, Tyler, the Creator released his fifth studio
album titled “IGOR.” The album won Tyler the first Grammy of his
career: Best Rap Album of 2020. His fourth album, “Flower Boy,”
fell short after being nominated but not selected for Best Rap
Album at the 2018 Grammys, so winning was a huge accomplishment
On “IGOR,” Tyler branched out from what people thought rap was
and introduced a heavy R&B influence to his experimental
rapping. Tyler utilized a wide array of sounds from psychedelic
synths to distorted bass, providing an experience that fans of
many different genres could appreciate.
Kendrick Lamar Duckworth, more popularly known as Kendrick Lamar,
son of Paula Oliver and Kenny Duckworth was born on June 17,
1987, in Compton, California, a city known for its prominent
presence in the west-coast rap scene as well as its rampant gang
violence and crime.
On Saturday, Feb. 25, the Jesuit High School Sacramento varsity
basketball team suited up for the Sac-Joaquin Section Division 1
Championship Game against Modesto Christian High School. Playing
in the Golden One Center, the Marauders trailed the entire game
ultimately losing 79-53, snapping their 13 game win streak.
In the first round of the section playoffs, the Jesuit High
School Sacramento varsity basketball team faced off against
Monterey Trail High School on Wednesday, Feb. 15. The Marauders
were able to secure the 67-65 win with a last second tip-in layup
by Reid Jones ’23.
Historically, another basketball season has meant another
Marauder playoff run, and this year is no exception. After
beating Davis Senior High School 74-66 on the road last Friday,
the Jesuit High School Sacramento Marauders Varsity team are set
to face off against Monterey Trail High School in their first
playoff game on Wednesday, Feb. 15.
Kenny Castro ’23 is widely known as a hard-working leader, who
has not only grown in his areas of passion, but grown to be a
better person as well. Whether it is his talent in golf, his
management of the car club, or his work in photography, Kenny
shows people what it means to be a good human, and a role
On Jan. 6 and Jan. 7, the Jesuit High School Sacramento
Basketball team defeated Sheldon High School and Christian
Brothers High School. Both games were blowouts and showcased the
team’s amazing ability to score and play well as a team.
Every school year, Jesuit High School Sacramento gets a number of
new transfers across all grades. This year, Kevin Haupt Jr. ’24
transferred to Jesuit after completing his sophomore year at
Oakmont High School in Roseville.
The Varsity Jesuit High School Sacramento Marauders’ 2022 cross
country team finished the season winning six races while placing
second and 20th in the prestigious Clovis Invitational.
Mr. Lai believes that the growth of the underclassmen played a
significant role in the team’s chemistry and success this year.
“The team really got along well and the underclassmen have been
stepping up,” Mr.Lai said. “With such a small group of juniors
and seniors, more pressure and responsibility has been expected
of the sophomores and many of them rose to the challenge.”
On Friday, Oct. 21, the Jesuit High School Sacramento
varsity football team suited up for the Delta League Championship
game against Elk Grove High School. The game was for the delta
league championship with EGHS coming out on top by a score of