- Print Editions
- Home Delivery
- About Us
A former Arlington basketball player had the good luck to make a half-court shot during the Eagles’ first basketball game of the year and scored a $100 gift card from Arlington Physical Therapy in the process.
The Lady Eagles basketball team was undefeated in the beginning of their season, after a 63-26 win over Marysville Getchell on Wednesday, Dec. 5, put them at 3-0 for their overall record.
Veteran wrestling coaches Rick Iversen and Barry Knott are running what should be an impressive wrestling program for Arlington High School this year, and as the season gets started, strong potential state competitors show their skills.
MARYSVILLE — The start of the season proved exciting for the Arlington High School girls basketball team as they topped the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks in a 56-31 non-league victory at M-PHS on Wednesday, Nov. 28.
For two Arlington High School student athletes, the season just got a little brighter.
Several local athletes were chosen by league coaches to represent the All-Wesco 4A North division and the All-Cascade Conference for top season performances.
Highland Christian School freshman Chloe Brown is no stranger to athleticism. As the youngest of five siblings to attend Highland Christian School, she is also the last to enter the varsity program for three sports — volleyball, basketball and softball.
The Washington Stealth Professional Box Lacrosse team welcomed 43 prospective players at their first ever try-out camp at Arlington’s Soccer First Indoor Sports arena on Saturday, Nov. 17.
ARLINGTON – Eagles football has been leading the way this season, with the varsity program currently in the playoffs. But an undefeated season has already been attained — by the freshman crew.
ARLINGTON — For most high school athletes, the opportunity to compete at the state level is a just a dream. For Arlington's Emma Janousek and Cassidy Rude, it's already come true.
Four local runners, from both Arlington and Lakewood high schools, took advantage of their opportunity to compete in the WIAA State Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Nov. 3.
SMOKEY POINT — The Pilchuck Hot Rod Academy raised more than $2,000 at their first car show on Saturday, Oct. 27, and hosted more than a dozen vintage and hot rod models.
A cold, wet and windy Friday night at Mariner High School’s Frank Goddard Memorial Stadium turned out to be in the Arlington Eagles’ benefit as the team topped the Marauders, 35-21, on Oct. 26.
A new thrift shop supporting local community services for people with disabilities is ready to welcome new customers.
For Lakewood and Arlington high school mountain bikers, it’s time to get ready for the new season. The teams, which practice together, formed three years ago and last year were ranked the No. 8 and No. 10 teams overall.
Arling-ton’s team of cross country runners has been out-performing even themselves this season and came away successful in the Wesco 3A/4A Cross Country Championships at Cedar-crest in Marysville on Oct. 18, with both the boys and girls varsity teams advancing to the 4A Bi-District Meet at Lakewood on Saturday, Oct. 27.
The Arlington football team suffered a close 28-21 loss in a non-league contest on Thursday, Oct. 18, to Inglemoor at Pop Keeney Stadium, their last regular season game of the year, and head now to the district playoffs where they face some fierce competition.
It’s the last week of regular season competition for the Lady Eagles volleyball team, which lost 3-1 to the Lake Stevens Vikings on Thursday, Oct. 18, and they’re aiming to finish strong.
The Cougars have done it again. After seven consecutive victories, Lakewood’s football team managed to shake off the steady downpour of rain on Friday, Oct. 19, and pull out an impressive 58-6 win over the visiting Granite Falls Tigers.
The Arlington Library has been a part of its community for 100 years, and on Saturday, Oct. 13, the library celebrated the 50th anniversary of being a part of the Sno-Isle Libraries community and put together a time capsule to celebrate.