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Arlington pushes past John Jay


John Jay High School boys’ basketball hosted Arlington High School on Wednesday in Wiccopee.

If Arlington High School boys basketball head coach Matt Hoyt had been told his team would be undefeated after the first 10 games of the season, he would not have believed it. 238 more words

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Arlington's Burda sets nation's best time

Arlington High School track and field standout Bella Burda made history once more Saturday.

The senior from the Freedom Plains school won the 3,000-meter run at the Molloy Stanner Games at The Armory Track & Field Center, finishing in 10:03.63 to record the nation’s top time in the event this season. 228 more words

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Boys basketball roundup: 'Aggressive' Arlington tops Lourdes

Brendan Sunday led all scorers with 20 points, as his Arlington High School boys basketball team beat visiting Our Lady of Lourdes, 58-44, on Thursday in Freedom Plains… 276 more words

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Wrestling: McHugh leads Arlington by Mahopac

Austin McHugh rallied back to win his 145-pound bout by pin, lifting the Arlington High School wrestling team to a 38-34 victory over host Mahopac on Wednesday. 187 more words

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Go to the hoop or the goal: Basketball, lacrosse share much

The rules are different. The equipment is different. One is played indoors, the other is played outdoors.

But, the objectives for basketball and lacrosse are the same: Put the ball in the net. 809 more words

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Former Arlington High School bookkeeper pleads guilty to embezzling $142,000

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A former Arlington High School employee has pleaded guilty to stealing tens of thousands of dollars from the school.

Toni Cox pleaded guilty Monday to embezzling $142,307.98 from several school activity funds. 254 more words

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Indoor track: Arlington sweeps league titles

The Arlington High School boys and girls indoor track and field teams swept their respective league titles for a 15th consecutive year at Sunday’s Section 1 League A meet at The Armory Track and Field Center in New York. 145 more words

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