According to the Center for Disease Control, between 1.6 million and 3.8 million concussions are suffered each year, and 300,000 of these come from high school sports.
Every year, students and athletes alike dread the two-year physical education requirement. The two-mile runs, the fitness testing and the sweaty clothes guarantee countless complaints from students. But is this requirement really as awful as students think it is? Despite the negative stigma surrounding P.E., the school requirement has improved quite dramatically over the past 20 years. In the early 2000s, Aragon’s school day only consisted of six periods, while…
After a crushing 14-1 defeat at the hands of Westmoor, the Aragon badminton team (3-3 overall) bested San Mateo (2-4 overall) 12-3 on March 23. Says head coach Linda Brown, “We went into practice hard yesterday and [tried] to clean up some of the things we were doing incorrectly.” The Dons were able to sweep the Bearcats in both boys doubles and mixed doubles. The three boys doubles pairs kept…
Aragon’s wrestling program has been a consistent powerhouse on the mat, but off the mat, it has changed the fate of wrestling
Throughout his impressive wrestling career, Martin has managed to take the league by storm, and even impressed a former Olympic gold-medalist. Read more about him here!
The Lady Dons (12-7 overall, 5-2 Peninsula Athletic League) faced off against Mills (12-7 overall, 4-3 PAL) in the third of four quad games on Friday, Jan. 27. Aragon fought a tough match against Mills, ultimately winning a 40-38 nailbiter.
From harmless challenges to vulgar insults, trash talking has taken over the sports world. Take a look into this controversial practice!
Since 1961, football has played a major part in Aragon’s culture. Learn about some of the best players.
Sophomore Camron Grant dominates on the football field despite being just an underclassman.