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The Eagles track and field team hosted the Snohomish Panthers on Thursday, April 18, and took first place in both girls and boys events, and broke two school records on top of that.
The Lady Eagles softball team kept the Kamiak Knights scoreless on Wednesday, April 17, in a 6-0 home game.
As rain, wind and chilly temperatures plagued Western Washington on Saturday, April 13, hundreds of participants from around Snohomish County withstood the weather to complete the Walk MS, in support of those with multiple sclerosis — a disease which, like rain, is more prevalent in the Pacific Northwest.
The Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance Washington Student League held its first high school mountain bike race on Sunday, April 7, in Fort Steilacoom Park and 12 teams of middle and high school students from across the state competed, including those from Arlington and Lakewood.
Cougar athletes made a trip to Eastern Washington on Saturday, April 13, to compete in the largest one-day high school track and field meet in the nation.
The Sarvey Wildlife Care Center, a wildlife education and rehabilitation facility, is appealing to the public for donations after facing a $95,000 budget shortfall just before the start of their busiest season.
BELLINGHAM – The runners at Lakewood High School broke two school records and set many personal ones at the Birger Solberg Invitational at the Civic Field Athletic Complex in Bellingham on April 6.
ARLINGTON — The Snohomish County Medical Examiner's office has identified a victim found dead in a car in the Arlington Haggen Parking lot on March 28.
The Eagles got quite the head start in the game against Marysville-Pilchuck on Wednesday, March 27, but the Tomahawks gave them a run for their money in the last inning of the game which the Eagles won 7-5.
UPDATED at 12:50 p.m. — Mount Vernon police arrested a 28-year-old man in Mount Vernon on Thursday night, on suspicion of second-degree manslaughter, after a body was found in the Arlington Haggen parking lot.
The Eagles faced a tough team in fellow Wesco 4A North opponent Lake Stevens during a Friday, March 22, away game that ended in a 3-0 loss for Arlington.
The Eagles topped the Bearcats in a nail-biter on Saturday, March 23, in a Wesco 4A North matchup that ended with a 6-5 Eagle victory.
The second annual Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt drew hundreds of attendees to the Haller Middle School field, where kids and adults of all ages hunted down Easter eggs in the dark, to help raise more than $2,000 for Relay for Life.
Eagles track and field hosted their first meet of the season, the 10th annual Chuck Randall Relays, and took the top team spots for both boys and girls on Saturday, March 16, at John C. Larson Stadium.
The Lakewood track and field team has kicked off its 2013 season with the Island Jamboree in Oak Harbor, and most recently the Chuck Randall Relays at Arlington High School, where the boys and girls teams both took fifth place.
The Lady Eagles fast pitch softball team is getting ready for their upcoming season — with a new coach, new players and another chance at making it to state.
When Monterae Stapleton started school this year she never expected that she would end up competing in the 2013 Mat Classic XXV state wrestling meet at the Tacoma Dome, or even that she’d be wrestling at all. But the Arlington High School junior did exactly that — and was the only female Eagle wrestler to compete in the state meet.
The Arlington girls basketball program finished out their incredible season with an equally impressive second-place finish at the 2013 Hardwood Classic State Basketball Championships at the Tacoma Dome from Feb. 28 to March 2.
The Arlington community had a lot to celebrate last weekend, as both the boys and girls basketball teams competed at the 2013 Hardwood Classic State Basketball Championships at the Tacoma Dome, from Feb. 28 to March 2, and the boys took fifth place overall.
The Arlington girls basketball team topped Todd Beamer on Friday, Feb. 22, to qualify them for the state quarterfinal game against Gonzaga Prep on Thursday, Feb. 28, at the Tacoma Dome.