ARLINGTON — When the student members of the Darrington Recreation and Education Foundation navigated around the Oso slide to raise funds for their programs outside the Arlington Pharmacy on Sunday, April 27, they found themselves receiving a slightly larger-than-average drop in the bucket from Dennis Smith, president and CEO of the United Way of Snohomish County.
ARLINGTON — Dwayne Lane’s Arlington Chevrolet is partnering with the Stilly Valley Little League in Arlington. Dwayne Lane’s Arlington Chevrolet has joined forces with the national Chevrolet Youth Baseball program to provide new equipment, a monetary contribution, invitations to free instructional clinics and an opportunity for community members to earn additional donations for their league via a test drive fundraiser.
Arlington High School senior Max Gray's flash football charity event received tremendous support from the Arlington community on April 4, in support of Jovon Mangual.
The Lakewood Cougars were defeated by Archbishop Murphy, 4-2, on April 7.
Arlington High School senior Max Gray is assembling a charity game of flash football and a barbecue at his high school on Friday, April 4 starting at 11 a.m.
Rain or shine, the Arlington High School Softball Booster Club will be putting on it's third annual softball clinic, on March 29, which will teach kids ages 5 to 14 years old softball fundamentals.
The girls have big shoes to fill in Arlington’s upcoming softball season. Last season, the Eagles went all the way, taking first place in the 4A State Tournament.
Four local Arlington lifters placed in the North American Bench Press and Dead Lift Championships at the World Association of Benchpressers and Deadlifters held at Portland, Ore., on March 15.
The Lady Eagles’ playoff run stopped on March 7, when they were topped by Inglemoor, 46-26, in a loser-out game in the WIAA 4A State Girls Basketball Tournament. Inglemoor went on to claim the fourth place spot from Skyview, on March 8.
The Lakewood and Arlington high schools composite mountain bike teams have merged this year and will be riding as Team Pilchuck for the 2014 season.
The Arlington Eagles girls basketball team fell to Moses Lake, 46-28, in its first-round game of the WIAA 4A State Tournament in Tacoma on March 6.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington High School boys basketball team's season came to a disappointing end on Friday, Feb. 28, when they fell to Kentridge, 65-61, in the 4A Regionals.
ARLINGTON — The Arlington High School girls basketball team punched its ticket to the Tacoma Dome on Saturday, March 1, by topping Todd Beamer, 35-33, in its 4A Regional game.
Arlington had some success in this year’s 4A Mat Classic State Tournament at the Tacoma Dome, on Feb. 21-22.
Lakewood High School wrestlers made it the 2A State Tournament on Feb. 21-22, and two wrestlers placed.
The Lady Eagles were handed their first playoff defeat on Feb. 21 by Lynnwood High School, losing 46-34 in the Wesco 4A District Championship game.
The Arlington boys basketball team lost the Wesco 4A District Championship game to Jackson, 63-43, on Jan. 21, but will move on to the Regional Playoffs and face Kentridge on Feb. 28
Arlington’s wrestling team sent six kids to the State Tournament after they competed at the 4A Regional Tournament on Feb. 15.
Lakewood High School wrestling found itself peaking at the right time of the season, when four girls and five boys advanced to the State Tournament during the 2A District meet at Squalicum High School on Feb. 15.
Looking fresher and more composed in their second week, the Tomahawk girls soccer team hit a benchmark this season in their Sept. 16 loss at Stanwood.