The girls basketball team (5-1 overall) defeated the Lincoln Mustangs (7-3 overall) by nine points, 70-61.
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.
On Feb. 15, author and social philosopher, Dr. Michael Gurian, spoke to parents at the San Mateo High School theater about “The Minds of Boys and Girls.” Gurian released his new book, Saving Our Sons, just weeks prior to this keynote. His talk informed parents about the biological effects that account for the differences between boys and girls and their achievements, as well as how to treat them accordingly in order to succeed.
For the first time in 11 years, the Aragon girls basketball team make it to the semifinals of the CCS playoffs, but they fell just three points short from advancing to the finals, losing 46-43.
In the first of two matchups of the season against Hillsdale, the young girls basketball team struggled, losing 40-24.
Despite a tightly contested three quarters, Aragon was ultimately able to pull through even with their leading scorer playing hurt in the team’s 67-55 victory against the visiting Capuchino. All but one of Aragon’s ten active players scored, led by forward Maya Collins’s team-high 17 points. Collins also pulled down a game-high seven rebounds in the process. After closing the third quarter with a 44-41 lead, the Lady Dons (7-8…