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Arlington boys basketball team eliminated in shootout to Edmonds-Woodway

ARLINGTON — The Arlington boys basketball season met its end Feb. 18 grinding it out with Edmonds-Woodway in a winner-to-state district game. The fourth-seeded Eagles… Continue reading

 

Arlington heavyweight surprises at state

TACOMA — Going into his senior year, Tristan Emery had one more shot. “It was my last chance to be something great,” Emery said. Emery’s… Continue reading

 

Arlington girls basketball season ends at Shorecrest

SHORELINE — It was a tough season for the Arlington girls basketball team, and its last game of the season was tough too. Unlike its… Continue reading

 

Arlington takes on Squalicum in first round of 3A boys basketball district tournament

ARLINGTON — One of the goals set early on by Arlington boys basketball coach Nick Brown was for his young team to get to the… Continue reading

Second-half rally surges Eagles over Thunderbirds in basketball

ARLINGTON — It started tough for Arlington, but the boys basketball team eventually rallied big in the second half to defeat Shorewood 83-73 Jan. 31… Continue reading

Lakewood ends district drought

The Cougars were in a first-quarter jam until freshman Alex Jensen happened. The Lakewood boys basketball team started out trailing Blaine in the opening quarter,… Continue reading

M-P’s Battle shines in second half

MARYSVILLE — Marysville-Pilchuck sophomore Raequan Battle admits he wasn’t feeling like himself in the first half, but it didn’t matter as he was lights-out in… Continue reading

Lakewood falls to No. 1 Anacortes in basketball

LAKEWOOD — The Lakewood boys basketball endured the No. 1 2A Northwest Conference’s Anacortes, taking an 85-56 loss Jan. 19. But despite the score, coach… Continue reading

Lakewood loses to Mount Baker

LAKEWOOD — Lakewood freshman Alex Jensen scored a game-high 20 points, but the Cougars still lost to Mount Baker 63-50 Jan. 9. Lakewood’s record dropped… Continue reading

Cougars fall prey to Tigers

LAKEWOOD — Lakewood girls basketball coach Chris Walster knew the Cougars were in for a tough season entering the 2A Northwest Conference. “Compared to the… Continue reading

Eagles best Chargers on the court

MARYSVILLE — The Arlington Eagles outlasted the Marysville Getchell Chargers 82-58 after an intense first half Jan. 3 in a 3A Wesco league game. “They… Continue reading

Local girls wrestling grows in popularity

ARLINGTON — Girls wrestling is growing in popularity, and the main reason seems to be because they no longer have to wrestle boys. “I’ve never… Continue reading

Arlington loses to Lynden 55-36

ARLINGTON — Other than an explosive second quarter, the growing pains of the young Arlington girls basketball team was felt when they encountered a 55-36… Continue reading

Arlington wrestler’s hard work pays off

ARLINGTON — Arlington wrestler Colton Ferro is feeling good this season. “I feel like I’m in better shape than I have been in the past,”… Continue reading

Arlington girls rally against Monroe in basketball

MONROE — The Arlington girls basketball team rallied and defeated Monroe 48-44 Dec. 7 in a non-league game. Behind 27-20 at halftime, the girls came… Continue reading

Lakewood sports getting practice in before winter season

LAKEWOOD — The Lakewood girls basketball team returns six players from its district championship team. Leading-scorer and rebounder junior Jelly Perry returns at guard and… Continue reading

Arlington loses season debut to Lake Stevens

ARLINGTON — The Arlington girls basketball team finished second in state last season but graduated nine seniors. The Eagles still return a few players with… Continue reading

Arlington netter sets up team for successs

ARLINGTON — Senior Ally Peterson is everything a setter should be. She’s got great technique, ball placement and selflessness, but most importantly the smarts, which… Continue reading

Arlington volleyball coach: It’s only just begun

KENNEWICK — The Arlington volleyball season came to an end Saturday, but really “It’s only the beginning.” “These seniors started something here with Arlington volleyball,”… Continue reading

Three Eagles sign away

ARLINGTON — Three Arlington High School students signed their letters of intent Wednesday to play sports in college, but two took an unconventional route. Christina… Continue reading