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Local roundup: Arlington track places at Penn Relays

The Arlington High School boys 3,200 relay team of James Asselmeyer, Eric Sbrollini, Reece Ragusa and Joe Morrison took sixth place in the Championship of America finals Saturday at the Penn Relays at Franklin Field in Philadelphia. 482 more words


Boys lacrosse: Arlington outlasts Wappingers

In a game in which Arlington High School boys lacrosse coach Don Connolly said neither team was likely pleased with their team’s play, the host Admirals outlasted visiting Wappingers 9-6 Saturday in Freedom Plains. 174 more words


Arlington softball player inspired by battle with diabetes

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ARLINGTON — It was senior night for the Arlington High School softball team. They wouldn’t make the playoffs no matter the outcome, so this was it. 268 more words


Baseball roundup: Arlington wins, unconventionally

The Arlington High School baseball team picked up a win in unconventional fashion on Friday, beating visiting White Plains, 4-2.

The game was called on account of darkness in the seventh inning when the game was tied 4-4, and reverted back to the fifth inning when Arlington was leading 4-2, according to Admirals coach Darrell Flynn. 472 more words


Arlington relay team qualifies for big race

At the Penn Relays, an international track and field event held at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Arlington High School 3,200 relay team accomplished a feat that hasn’t been done in 38 years. 178 more words


Boys lacrosse roundup: Arlington defends late for win

The Arlington High School boys lacrosse team topped Hendrick Hudson, 11-10, Thursday.

Arlington coach Don Connelly credited sophomore goalie Jacob Azukas for his play late, making 13 saves in all. 302 more words


PHOTOS: Boys lacrosse: Wappingers beats Lourdes

Wappingers’ Travis Ventura during Wednesday’s game at Our Lady of Lourdes.

On Saturday, the Wappingers boys lacrosse team has a home showdown at Wiccopee’s John Jay High School with rival Arlington High School. 231 more words