Aragon tennis shuts out Hillsdale 7-0

March 11, 2017

Aragon’s boys tennis team soundly defeated Hillsdale 7-0 on Mar. 7th, The team’s most impressive performance came from the No. 1 doubles duo of sophomore Richard Tang and junior Jason Zhao, who won the match without losing a set 6-0, 6-0. “It is just about staying consistent and aggressive the entire match,” says Tang. “We knew during warm-ups that we were more talented than them, but it was all about…

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Junior Varsity culture

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.

March 9, 2017
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Should cheerleading be considered a sport?

March 9, 2017

Forty years ago, cheerleaders were known for two things: sex appeal and dance moves. Squads cheered on football teams and provided entertainment through their performances at halftime, but these dances were nothing like the stunt-filled routines we see today. Over the past couple decades, cheerleading has transformed. In fact, on Dec. 6, cheerleading was given provisional status by the International Olympic Committee, giving the International Cheer Union the ability to…

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Boys volleyball team falls to King’s Academy in season opener

February 23, 2017

On Feb. 22, Aragon’s boys volleyball team lost to King’s Academy in their first match of the season. After narrowly winning their first set, 25-23 the Dons lost the following three sets 18-25, 22-25 and 25-27, allowing King’s Academy to take the win. The first set was predominantly back to back play from both teams, as neither team dominated the other. Both the Dons and the Knights scored 10 kills,…

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