Real dons sing: men’s choir goes to SJSU

November 5, 2015

Aragon’s male choir students participated in the Real Men Sing Choral Festival on Friday Oct. 9 at San Jose State University. Over 500 students from various schools attended and sang together, forming a mass choir with the purpose of allowing male students to perform in an environment of singers with lower ranges. The event was started by Dr. Jeffrey Benson, Director of Choral Activities at San José State University. “[Benson]…

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Jazz Ensemble Performance at Baywood

October 23, 2015

Playing an arrangement of upbeat music, exciting the young crowd, the Aragon Jazz Ensemble  performed at Baywood Elementary during the school’s Spirit Week on Oct. 2. Every year, for the past fifteen years, Baywood has invited the ensemble to perform for the students, perhaps sparking an interest in future musicians. The performance also included senior Olivia Tandowsky who sang Ella Fitzgerald’s “Too Darn Hot” with the accompaniment of the jazz…

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Dons top Lions, 42-14, to extend win-streak to three

September 21, 2015

While Aragon did not get quite the reception from its fans playing a “home” game at Burlingame that it would have gotten at Aragon, the Dons were stout in defeating Lincoln-San Jose 42-14. Aragon’s offense fared well against Lincoln, which was unable to contain the Dons’ passing and running game throughout the night. “They’re good,” said Lincoln coach Kevin Collins. “Offensively, we thought we were going to play-action a little…

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Defense shuts out El Camino, 55-0, in home opener

September 17, 2015

It was a mix of old and new as Aragon rolled to a 55-0 victory over El Camino in the Dons’ home opener. The Dons improved to 2-0 with their second straight shutout in the “Red Sea” game. The Colts are 0-1. Aragon quarterback senior Tanner Nguyen threw for over 120 yards on just 10 completions and the Dons rushed for 177 yards, utilizing a blend of old and new…

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