NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Aragon High School is pleased to announce the 2010 class of the Aragon High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
Annette Gennaro-Trimble, A 1987 Aragon graduate, Annette was a 4 year Varsity player and was 1st Team All-League as a senior. She still holds the school record for assists. Annette coached Aragon volleyball to 3 Varsity league championships.
Steve Sell, A 1984 graduate of Aragon, Steve was Aragon’s 1984 Athlete of the Year. Steve was named the league’s Offensive Player of the Year in football and led the county in batting average in baseball.
Sidney Williams, A 1977 graduate of Aragon, Sidney was a standout in both football and basketball. Sidney was named league Most Valuable Player both his junior and senior years in basketball.
Rae Lynn Pledger Ucovich, A 1974 graduate of Aragon, Rae Lynn was Aragon’s first Female Athlete of the Year. A top scorer in both basketball and field hockey, Rae Lynn played all three sports for her four years at Aragon
John Sheehan, A 1971 graduate of Aragon, John dominated the county running scene and was selected Athlete of the Year his senior year. In Cross Country, John won the individual league title
Tom Flavin, A 1973 graduate of Aragon, Tom was 1st team All-League, Team Most Valuable Player, and All-County his junior and senior years. As a senior he was selected 1st team All-C.C.S
Aragon High School is pleased to announce the 2009 class of the Aragon High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
Ann Kiyomura Hayashi, a graduate of Aragon class of 1973. Ann was the 1975 Wimbledon ladies' doubles tennis champion and 1980 Australian Open Finalist.
Mark Jorgensen, a graduate of Aragon class of 1963. Mark was the Team and League Most Valuable Player for Aragon’s boys varsity basketball in 1962-63. It was the first varsity championship team in the schools’ history. Mark was also Aragons’ 1963 Athlete of the Year.
Sue and Steve Barizon, Sue was a 1970 graduate of Aragon. As parents of Aragon athletes from 1992 through 1997, Sue and Steve were instrumental is making numeous improvements to the Aragon athletic facilities. Sue still works as a grade level advisor at Aragon.
Lou Murgo, Lou has coached at Aragon since 1968. Lou won championships as a Varsity baseball coach and 10 championships as a Frosh-Soph basketball coach. He was Ron Bolin’s assistant on two CCS championship Basketball teams.
Britt Williams, Britt was head football coach from 1979 to 1999. Britt’s teams won 6 league championships, 2 sections championship and one state title.12 of his teams qualified for the section playoffs. After serving as head coach Britt also served as an assistant coach for 4 more league championship teams.
Jimmie Pryor, a 1990 graduate of Aragon. Jimmie was selected as school, county and state athlete of the year in 1990. A standout in football, basketball, and track and field, Jimmie capped off his senior year by winning the C.C.S. high jump championship.