Sports Photos of the Week

Imani Jackson, Photo Editor

October 23, 2018

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Jobs or Sports?

Grady Falk, Staff Reporter

October 16, 2018

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For many high school students, it is the start of the job hunt. However, a lot of those students who are actively searching the job market, still play sports and for some that means picking or choosing which one they would rather....

Lady Eagles Stifled By Mavericks Defense In 1-0 Defeat

Logan Bruss, Staff writer and reporter

October 3, 2018

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  Rough Night In Arlington On a night of chills and spills at Arlington High School, the Lady Eagles(3-6-1) came up short in a defensive slug fest against the Meadowdale Mavericks(4-5-1). The Eagles were coming off of their...

Arlington Eagles JV Destroys Marysville-Getchell, 41-0

Ashton Mckinney, staff writer and photographer

October 1, 2018

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Arlington went into this game firing on all cylinders, not only on offense, but on defense as well. On the first drive of the game, Brock Schamp, a DB for the Eagles, picked off the ball, leading to a touchdown from Cole Cramer...

Traveling Athletes

Traveling Athletes

May 22, 2018

career ending injury

career ending injury

March 29, 2018

Spring Sports and the Weather

Alexia Price, Staff Reporter/Photographer

March 14, 2018

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All this crazy weather we’ve had lately is hard to predict for the future. While it may be hard for a lot of us, it will be especially hard on AHS’s spring athletes. With baseball, softball, track, boys soccer and girls te...

Unsung Heroes-Volleyball

Unsung Heroes-Volleyball

December 13, 2017

Sports Injuries

Mollie Janousek, staff writer & photographer

December 4, 2017

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Sports are a huge part of Arlington High School and many students’ lives. But sometimes sports take a toll on athletes. Sports can be very dangerous and damaging to our healthy bodies. Here are some impacts of injuries acquired through sports on two students’ li...