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Remember this one?

And none of you are considering Summit. Calling it now. 6a State Champions Summit HS.
Summit < 3A?
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The only thing Jesuit tells you is that a private school able to give out tuition for play can pool together more club players than a school confined to its area.

If you brag about winning st Jesuit, you must not have much else to be proud of.

If you could only use players from your state at any college, Oregon like girls soccer in Oregon would be divided up and all fail to ever gain top 25 rankings unless you play in a watered down league like Ecnl.

Imagine them completing against USC who can recruit nationally. Thatís the equivalent of Jesuit winning in any sport. Itís a joke.
It doesnít sound like you have much going on either with the amount of energy that you spend whining about UofJ
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The only thing Jesuit tells you is that a private school able to give out tuition for play can pool together more club players than a school confined to its area.

If you brag about winning st Jesuit, you must not have much else to be proud of.

If you could only use players from your state at any college, Oregon like girls soccer in Oregon would be divided up and all fail to ever gain top 25 rankings unless you play in a watered down league like Ecnl.

Imagine them completing against USC who can recruit nationally. Thatís the equivalent of Jesuit winning in any sport. Itís a joke.
Sorry your daughter did not make the cut athletically or academically.
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The only thing Jesuit tells you is that a private school able to give out tuition for play can pool together more club players than a school confined to its area.

If you brag about winning st Jesuit, you must not have much else to be proud of.

If you could only use players from your state at any college, Oregon like girls soccer in Oregon would be divided up and all fail to ever gain top 25 rankings unless you play in a watered down league like Ecnl.

Imagine them completing against USC who can recruit nationally. Thatís the equivalent of Jesuit winning in any sport. Itís a joke.
This borderline incoherent rant brought to by copious quantities of vodka.
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It doesnít sound like you have much going on either with the amount of energy that you spend whining about UofJ
Jesuit is a good academic private school and an even better athletic private school. Of course Jesuit draws all the best players. No surprise and nothing can be done about it unless OSAA decided to put all the private schools into their own league. In the meantime, no use whining. Try to figure out how to beat them or how to get OSAA to put all the private schools together.
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The only thing Jesuit tells you is that a private school able to give out tuition for play can pool together more club players than a school confined to its area.

If you brag about winning st Jesuit, you must not have much else to be proud of.

If you could only use players from your state at any college, Oregon like girls soccer in Oregon would be divided up and all fail to ever gain top 25 rankings unless you play in a watered down league like Ecnl.

Imagine them completing against USC who can recruit nationally. Thatís the equivalent of Jesuit winning in any sport. Itís a joke.
Love the outsider that thinks Jesuit hands out tuition for athletes. If you daughter is the real deal then go to J High and apply for an athletic scholarship
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Jesuit is a good academic private school and an even better athletic private school. Of course Jesuit draws all the best players. No surprise and nothing can be done about it unless OSAA decided to put all the private schools into their own league. In the meantime, no use whining. Try to figure out how to beat them or how to get OSAA to put all the private schools together.
There are sports other than girls soccer

We look forward to game against Jesuit and Central C in football, basketball, basketball, and track.
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Summit loses to Oregon Episcopal. WOW
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