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Hannah Martian

Hannah Martian, Editor-in-Chief

Hannah Martian is a senior at Arlington High School. She participates in Knowledge Bowl, Hi-Q, NHS, tennis, and is a senior class officer. She is the Editor-in-Chief of Arlington's website, The Eagle. She hopes to go to Washington State University, then into the publishing industry...or maybe she'll become a color commentator for professional baseball.

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Red Sox Designated Hitter David Ortiz tips his cap to just a few members of Red Sox Nation.

The Last Time: The Story of David Ortiz’s Final Season

June 7, 2016

So the Red Sox were playing a game this year. I can’t remember what day it was or what time it took place, but I remember that they were playing the Astros, and in the ninth inning, they were losing...

WHEN WE COLLIDED: Author Emery Lord Discusses the Importance of Feminism in YA Literature

WHEN WE COLLIDED: Author Emery Lord Discusses the Importance of Feminism in YA Literature

May 26, 2016

Nowadays, feminism has a largely derogatory connotation. People in my own classes have compared it to a supremacy group (some use the term "Feminazi"). But when it comes down to it, feminism is about equality...

The team celebrates after the victory against Kelso on Sunday, May 22.

Tristan Sheward’s Complete Game Lifts Arlington To Win Against Kelso

May 22, 2016

The team celebrates after the victory against Kelso on Sunday, May 22.

Marie Gaudin (16) competes in a track event on March 24th.

Accomplishment: Worth

May 16, 2016

Think of a time when you were successful. A time when you had just accomplished something--big or small, it doesn't matter; what matters is that it was important to you. Think of a time when you were...

Makenna Kelly stands with fellow YMCA Youth Advocate Molly Randall, as well as Congressman Rick Larsen and YMCA Directors Scott Washburn and Sue Anderson.

Getting Involved: Sophomore Makenna Kelly is Impacting Her Community in a Big Way

May 2, 2016

With the presidential election season just around the corner, teens are being encouraged more then ever to get involved with government and to have their voices heard--and sophomore Makenna Kelly is doing...

A National Problem: Inconsistent Scheduling is Leading To Problems in MLB

A National Problem: Inconsistent Scheduling is Leading To Problems in MLB

April 28, 2016

In ESPN's latest baseball power rankings, the Washington Nationals are ranked as the second best team in professional baseball. With a record of 14-4 as of  Monday--which is when the rankings came out--it...

Dakota Stuart (16) and Hannah Olson (17) dance at the Unified Prom, put on by the Respect Club and Life Skills.

Photos of the Week

April 21, 2016

             

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The Cost of Success: The Dominance of the UConn Women’s Basketball Program and Its Effect on the Game

April 18, 2016

March is synonymous with a lot of things: the start of spring, Easter, and, perhaps most notably, March Madness. And this year is no different. According to Fortune.com, approximately 70 million March...

Rachel Hunter (17), Megan Chapman (16), and Edward Radion (17) celebrate on the field after Chapmans first pitch.

AHS DECA Celebrates DECA Pro Sports Day With the Mariners

April 18, 2016

On this past Wednesday, you could find about seventy Arlington High School DECA students in a pretty nice place: At a Seattle Mariners game. The students were there to celebrate DECA Pro Sports Day,...

Leonardo Jaramillo (19) prepares for a header in a game against Everett on March 29th.

Photos of the Week

April 13, 2016

   

Trevor Kazen (18) prepares to hit the ball during a game against Stanwood on April 5th.

Arlington Baseball Takes First Game in Series With Stanwood

April 5, 2016

Behind great pitching and solid defense, the Arlington Eagles boys' baseball team was able to defeat the Stanwood Spartans 2-1 in a three-game series on Tuesday afternoon. Tristan Sheward ('17) started the...

Mary Catherine Meno (17) completes the long jump during a meet on March 24th.

Photos of the Week

March 28, 2016

     

Ashley Kolbeck (18) and Alayna Miller (17) switch sides after going up 3-0 over Mountlake Terrace.

Arlington Tennis Rolls to 7-0 Sweep Over Marysville-Getchell

March 25, 2016

The Arlington Eagles tennis team dominated against the Marysville-Getchell Chargers on Friday afternoon, sweeping the Chargers 7-0. The Eagles started off strong, winning all their singles matches handily....

Aledia Garduno-Cravioto (16) practices her forehand during a match against Mariner.

Photos of the Week

March 22, 2016

Sisters Layla Garduno-Craviato and Aledia Garduno-Craviato share a hug after Fridays win against Snohomish.

All the Singles Ladies: Arlington Tennis Upsets Snohomish in Singles-Driven 4-3 Win

March 18, 2016

Sisters Layla Garduno-Craviato and Aledia Garduno-Craviato share a hug after Friday's win against Snohomish.

Mr. Berg and the NeoBots work on their robot for an upcoming competition.

Robotics Club Profile

March 21, 2016

Robotics is one of the most interesting and unique clubs at AHS. Not only do they build robots, but they also compete with other schools in the area. "My brother was in robotics and I came to a meeting...

Students dance at the Senior Dinner Dance, which took place March 10th.

Photos of the Week

March 15, 2016

     

Livia Valentina Markwart (17) prepares to serve to her opponent during a match against Mariner.

Girls’ Tennis Victorious in Rain-Shortened First Match

March 14, 2016

Livia Valentina Markwart ('17) prepares to serve to her opponent during a match against Mariner.

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MLB Divisional Preview: NL East

March 9, 2016

NL East The NL East is one of the weaker teams in baseball, largely due to the fact that two teams are firmly in the rebuilding stage and one team is shaping up to be a powerhouse in the division. What...

Emma Janousek (16) dribbles around a Bellevue defender during the State Championship game on March 5th.

Photos of the Week

March 9, 2016

           

The Arlington girls basketball team cheers as they defeat Lincoln on March 3rd at the Tacoma Dome.

The End of an Era: Arlington Girls’ Basketball Takes Second At State

March 7, 2016

Keep your chin up; we're fine. Those were the words that Coach Marsh repeated to his seniors as they sat, sobbing on the bench, as the clock ticked down on the final high school game of their lives. Each...

Jayla Russ (16) goes up for the tipoff during Friday nights state tournament game against Kamiakin.

Going for Gold: Eagles Best Kamiakin, Advance to 3A Title Game

March 4, 2016

On Friday night, the Arlington Eagles did what they've done best this season: Win. They bested the Kamiakin Braves by a final score of 44-30, propelling them to the 3A Girls Championship game tomorrow...

The Arlington girls basketball team cheers as they defeat Lincoln on March 3rd at the Tacoma Dome.

[Photo] Photo Gallery #7: Girls’ Basketball

March 4, 2016

The Arlington girls' basketball team cheers as they defeat Lincoln on March 3rd at the Tacoma Dome.

Gracie Castaneda (16) looks to pass the ball during Thursday nights playoff game against Lincoln.

Eagles Victorious in First State Matchup, Defeat Lincoln 48-33

March 4, 2016

On Wednesday, senior Serafina Balderas was looking for two things: A win at the State quarterfinals against Lincoln and some Thin Mints. On Thursday, Balderas got both. The Arlington Eagles bested...

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MLB Divisional Preview: NL Central

March 2, 2016

NL Central The NL Central is an odd division, because of the fact that there are three top teams who could easily win 100 games, and then there are two bottom teams who could easily lose 100 games....

Sarah Shortt (16)

[Photo] Photo Gallery #6: Girls’ Basketball

March 1, 2016

Sarah Shortt ('16)

Jayla Russ (16) and Selena Gutierrez (16) embrace after Saturday nights playoff victory.

Photos of the Week

February 29, 2016

       

Gracie Castaneda (16) and Jayla Russ (16)

Headed to the Dome: Girls’ Basketball Advances to State With Impressive Regionals Win

February 27, 2016

The Arlington Eagles have done it again: With Saturday night's 49-30 win over Bishop-Blanchet, the Eagles will travel to the Tacoma Dome for the fourth year in a row. The Eagles started off the game...

Madison Schimpf (17) takes a walk down the runway in the German classs fashion show.

Photos of the Week

February 24, 2016

     

Seniors Sevi Bielser and Olivia Larson exchange a handshake before Saturdays game.

Down But Not Out: Arlington Girls’ Basketball Falls to Lynwood, Heads to Regionals

February 22, 2016

Seniors Sevi Bielser and Olivia Larson exchange a handshake before Saturday's game.

Sevi Bielser (16) prepares to shoot a three-pointer during Arlingtons victory over Shorewood.

History in the Making: Facing Their Toughest Competition Yet, The Arlington Eagles Remain Confident and Ready to Win

February 19, 2016

Sevi Bielser ('16) prepares to shoot a three-pointer during Arlington's victory over Shorewood.

Jayla Russ (16) prepares sto shoot a three-pointer during Wednesday nights playoff game against Glacier Peak.

Arlington Girls’ Battle Back to Beat Glacier Peak in Wednesday Night’s Thrilling Playoff Game

February 17, 2016

Jayla Russ ('16) prepares sto shoot a three-pointer during Wednesday night's playoff game against Glacier Peak.

Drew Bryson (17)

[Photo] Photo Gallery #5: Boys’ Basketball

February 18, 2016

Drew Bryson ('17)

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