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Senior Night Has Finally Arrived

Lexi Eck, Staff Reporter
December 3, 2021

As the fall sports season has come to an end, the reality of being a senior is finally starting to hit the students at Arlington. “It’s very sad and I wish it didn’t have to be over, but for the...

Junior Sophia Cushman heading for the finish line.

Wrapping Up the Cross Country Season

Kate Rosson
March 24, 2021

Today, March 24, Arlington boys and girls cross country teams went head to head against Lake Stevens in their fourth and final race of the season. It was once again on a 3 mile course at the Arlington...

All eight seniors line up and congratulate senior Alexis Baldwin as she goes and gets her parents to stand with her.

All About Our Senior Soccer Players

Hailey Brossard, Editorial Board
March 24, 2021

What a strange feeling you get when you’re about to leave a place. Especially a place you have made so many memories at. March 23 marks an unforgettable night for our senior soccer players.   At...

Coach Mendro thanks senior Ellie Wold for not only her dedication to managing but for also being so positive!

Senior Night for Boys Tennis

Hailey Brossard, Editorial Board
March 24, 2021

Yesterday March 23, the boys tennis team took on Everett High School. Before the matches started, the tennis team took a few minutes to celebrate their seniors.  Senior Night was held on court number...

Junior-Varsity volleyball girls come together in between points and keep motivating one another.

Eagles Giving It All They Got

Hailey Brossard, Editorial Board
March 11, 2021

Every single volleyball team put up a fight tonight against Jackson High School. Varsity kept everyone that was watching from home, on the edge of their seats. Winning the first set with a total score...

Freshman Ryan Morzelewski is getting ready to receive a serve from Jackson High School opponent Trenton Viscalla.

Hustle and Hit but Never Quit

Hailey Brossard, Editorial Board
March 11, 2021

Today, March 11, the Boys tennis team took on Jackson High School. Varsity did not take home a win, as their final score was 0-7. However, freshman Ryan Morzelewski did take home a win for Junior-Varsity,...

Tennis Comes Out Swinging

Ben Mendro, Varsity Tennis Coach
March 9, 2021

3/2 L 3-4 against Marysville-Getchell/Marysville-Pilchuck combined team. In a tight battle, the Eagles couldn't quite pull out the victory, as it came down to the 1st doubles match, where seniors Cameron...

Tyler Uffens and Cadyn Sava up against Lakewood on court four.

Serving Up Perfection

Hailey Brossard, Editorial Board
March 9, 2021

It’s the start of a new year for Eagles boys’ tennis. Today, March 9, was the second match up of the season, as they played against Lakewood High School. Varsity had a huge sweep tonight as every Eagle...

Tailor Cochran, Maggie Delaney, and Paige Nelson fight for the best time in their time trial.

Wrapping up the Cross Country Season

Brooklyn LaMie, Writer
December 12, 2019

Football, basketball, maybe baseball, a little bit of volleyball, and football again. These are the sports that the student body cares about: the ones that get the high-fives in the hallway and the rambunctious...

The Head of the Charles took place this year October 19th and 20th. This course is known for its difficulty because it spans three miles and includes a total of six bridges. To complete the course one must begin at the Boston University Boathouse and end a little before Heter park. According to rowers, the  Eliot and Weeks bridge are the most challenging because their sharp turns are hot spots for collisions.

Head of the Charles River 2019

Siena Leighton , Writer
November 18, 2019

Head of the Charles is the world’s largest two-day rowing event.The race takes place in Boston at the infamous Charles River where over 11,000 athletes compete to place in the top 40. At Arlington Highschool...

Luke Zachman (11), Andrew Brotherton (11), and Quintin Yon-Wagner (10) kneel before their game to pray.

Pregame Rituals

Teagan Sutherland, staff writer and photographer
October 14, 2019

“Consistency is really important when it comes to sports,” said senior athlete, Julia Parra.    Parra is not alone in her opinion. Having a set pattern to get yourself in the mindset to...

Unsung Heroes-Volleyball

Unsung Heroes-Volleyball

Taylor Zodrow, Reporter
December 13, 2017

Sarah Mekelburg (‘19), middle blocker for Varsity Volleyball, was an asset to the team the whole season. Here is a little bit more about her: Q. How do you feel your season went? A. I went into this...

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