Explore why athletic events were canceled from Oct. 11 to Oct. 13, as well as the athlete reactions.
The football team continued their hot start by beating Sacred Heart Prep on September 29th, moving to a record of 5-0.
With the help of current head coach Guy Oling, Aragon’s girls golf team has had a history of success since its founding in 2002.
In the first game under the new stadium lights, the Dons (2-0) gave the Aragon crowd much to cheer for as they cruised past South San Francisco (0-3) 35-0. “I’m glad we got to break in the new stadium with a win,” says head coach Steve Sell. “We could’ve executed a lot better. But, we made plays when we needed to.” The defense was dominant for the entirety of the…
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The Lady Dons were dominated by Burlingame in a match for the WBAL championship, as they fell to the Lady Panthers 12-2.
The girls lacrosse team pulled out a win in a nailbiter against Sequoia for a spot to advance to the WBAL Championship Game.
After four years without a postseason appearance, the girls lacrosse team defeated Carlmont 12-7 in the first round of the West Bay Athletic League Playoffs.
The Aragon track and field team traveled to San Mateo High School on Apri 15 to compete in the seventh annual Bearcat Invitational. The Dons impressed in several events, coming away with multiple medals in both the boys and girls side of the events. The boy’s 4×100 meter relay team, consisting of seniors David Prager, Alex Tenorio, Siua Tongamoa and junior Dhruv Singhania placed second with a time of 44.57…
Senior Thomas Lee is recovering from a knee injury, but has his sights set on his future as a Stanford gymnast,