While this year’s game between the Jesuit High School Marauders
and the Christian Brothers High School Falcons was supposed to be
commemorated as the 50th annual matchup, the COVID-19 pandemic
has brought about changes to how the game will take place.
Before the 2010’s, licensed superhero video games had an infamous
track record of being poorly thought out cash grabs. However,
their reputation was turned around when “Batman Arkham Asylum”
was released to critical acclaim in 2009.
After months of waiting for a season, which at times looked
unlikely to happen, the Jesuit High School Sacramento Marauders
will go on the road to face the Rocklin High School Thunder
in their season opener on Saturday, March 13 at 7 p.m.
Although the original date for the Senior Class golfing event was
postponed from Nov. due to COVID-19 health concerns, the event
has been rescheduled for tonight, Tuesday, March 2 under a new
and Swing into Senior Year.”
Released on Nov. 12, the PlayStation 5 is the newest and most
powerful gaming console from Sony. With so many other competing
consoles on the market, however, it can be difficult to decide if
Sony’s new platform is worth the costly price of admission.
As one of the more notable events Jesuit High School Sacramento
hosts each year, Open House is an opportunity for the school to
showcase what makes attending the institution “a life-building
experience.” But, due the pandemic, the annual gathering of
potential students will have a much different look.
Ms. Maureen Pryor began her career in education after graduating
from Loyola Marymount University in 1974 with a bachelor’s degree
in religious studies, and at the conclusion of this school year,
Ms. Pryor moved on to her well-deserved retirement.
Last February, the Jesuit High School Sacramento La Raza Club
took their annual trip to Los Angeles and embraced their Hispanic
and Latino heritage by serving impoverished groups who share the
same ethnic background.
Runners from all across America gathered at Glendoveer Golf
Course in Portland, Oregon, on Dec. 7 in order to compete in the
Nike Cross National Championships. Despite the fierce
competition, Matt Strangio ’20 reasserted his place as
California’s best high school cross country runner with an
astounding 4th place finish.