Traditions and celebrations play a large role in team bonds when it comes to playing together. Aragon’s football and basketball teams have their own traditions that help bring athletes together off the court and field, so that they can perform well on game days. Over-the-top celebrations are not endorsed by any sports leagues, and Aragon student-athletes have done well in keeping their celebrations short and sweet on the field. But,…
It’s the end of the fourth quarter in the NBA championships, and as a player drives to the basket, he falls to the ground in agony. Although he was barely fouled, those free throw points he earned won him the game. This situation along with many others brings up a controversial question in sports: does flopping in a game really qualify as cheating?
Despite a strong offensive effort led by seniors Eric Lee and Connor Herminghaus, as well as junior Zack Gee, the boys lacrosse team fell to Burlingame 8-7 on Apr. 20.
It’s no secret that all high school athletes strive to play at the Varsity level. But what happens with the other group of players who are “stuck” on JV? Take a look into the culture that surrounds the JV environment.
On Feb. 13, the boys soccer team defeated Sequoia (4-14-0 overall, 2-10-0 PAL) 3-1 behind two goals by senior captain and defender Anthony Sandoval.