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Cross country roundup: Burda, Timm capture victories

Athletes compete in the 2014 Suffern Invitational cross country meet at Bear Mountain State Park, Sept. 20, 2014.

Arlington High School’s Bella Burda won the Section 10 Pre-State Invite on Saturday, clocking a time of 17:57.50 over five kilometers in the Varsity 1 girls race at SUNY Canton, the site of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association championship meet in November. 356 more words


Cremin fires 4 TD passes in Arlington's 48-14 triumph

Chris Cremin fired four touchdown passes to four different receivers, as the Arlington High School football team cruised past host White Plains, 48-14, on Friday night. 169 more words


Volleyball roundup: Arlington fends off Ketcham

Holding off the Indians late, the Arlington High School volleyball team earned a 25-20, 25-18, 25-23 road sweep of Roy C. Ketcham on Friday.

Rachael Torella led Arlington with seven kills, seven assists and 11 digs, and Angela Bracco had six kills and 13 digs. 412 more words


Soccer roundup: Oakley's goal boosts Arlington over Jay

Ally Oakley scored the game-winning goal with less than five minutes left in Arlington High School’s 2-1 girls soccer victory over John Jay in Wiccopee on Wednesday. 461 more words


Photo Gallery: Arlington wins thriller over John Jay

Arlington High School soccer hosted John Jay High School on Tuesday in Freedom Plains.

The Arlington High School boys soccer team widened the playing field in the second half to score the goal to win a seventh consecutive match to start the season. 471 more words


Soccer roundup: Arlington boys earn shutout win

The Arlington High School boys soccer team won its sixth straight game to begin the season with a 2-0 non-league triumph over Monroe-Woodbury on Saturday at Faller Field in Middletown. 340 more words


HS roundup: Arlington's Burda runs to course record

Bella Burda broke her own course record in helping the Arlington High School girls cross country team place second at the Somers Invitational on Saturday. 181 more words