The annual tailgate and ceremony of lights were hosted by the PTSO on Sept. 9 to kick off the football season at their first home game.
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…
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.
After a long process and eventual garnered support, construction has nearly finished and new field lights beam above Aragon’s football field.
Manase Tonga The only Don to score a National Football League touchdown, Tonga was the face of Aragon athletics in the early 2000’s. He was the 2001 and 2002 Male Athlete of the Year — a rare feat to be named so twice. The MVP of his Frosh-Soph basketball team, Tonga went on to start for three years at the varsity level. He also was an exceptional track and field…
With the implementation of the new College Football Playoffs, there has been almost as much controversy as there has been satisfaction.
The football team put on a dominant performance against Burlingame, winning 28-7.
A fourth quarter comeback wasn’t quite enough to push the Dons over the edge against Menlo-Atherton.
Sophomore Camron Grant dominates on the football field despite being just an underclassman.
The Dons football team continued their winning streak on Friday, cruising to a 30-0 win against South San Francisco (SSF), as Aragon improved its record to 3-0 after high scoring wins against Carlmont (57-23) and San Mateo (42-14).
On Friday, the Dons (1-0) opened their season with a 57-23 routing of the Carlmont Scots (0-1). Putting up more points than they did in any game last year, the team is off to an ideal start. Says head coach Steve Sell, “We had no idea what [Carlmont would be] like…[but] we prepared for [this game] like we were playing in a championship game.” Despite the fact that is had…