Should the Olympics Have Been Held in Rio?

August 17, 2016

With the 2016 Summer Olympics in full swing, the world is supposed to be at an all time high. According to the IOC (International Olympic Committee), the quadrennial event supposedly brings about a “peaceful and better world,” and at the surface, it looks as if the 2016 games are doing just that. Rio, which is home to a stunning landscape, ideal weather, and beautiful people with an intense passion for…

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NFL Alumni take on Wounded Warriors as part of Super Bowl festivities

It’s not everyday that people can live out their dream to compete on the same field as some of the greatest athletes of all time. As part of the week leading up to the Bay Area’s own Super Bowl 50, the Wounded Warriors Amputee Football Team (WWAFT) took on a selection of NFL alumni for a flag football game at College Heights Stadium at the College of San Mateo on…

February 24, 2016
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Aragon’s dominant fourth quarter downs Capuchino, 67-55

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…

January 20, 2016
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Romero-Lopez’s two goals down Half Moon Bay, 2-0

Every goal forfeited to the opposing team is bound to leave a slight sting, but especially so when the goal comes early in the match. Not even a minute into the game, Aragon midfielder Karla Romero-Lopez was able to chase down the loose ball and guide it into the goal to give the home team a 1-0 lead against Half Moon Bay. After that quick goal, the Lady Dons never…

January 19, 2016
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