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Athletic physicals need to completed in order to participate in class

Both online and medical physicals need to be completed by the first week of school in order to participate in class.  Returning athletes should have theirs completed by the first day as discussed. Link to the online participation forms: https://arlingtonisd.rankonesport.com/Main/Default.aspx?ID=f3a48d06-783a-4e1a-bcdf-f18e4ca4c50a Link to the medical history forms: https://arlingtonisd.rankonesport.com/Images/Logos/ArlingtonISDPhysicalMedicalHistory.pdf  

All Teams Schedule: Week of August 8 – August 14

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Arlington High School, August 8 – August 14 MONDAY August 08, 2016 8:00 AM Boys Junior Varsity TennisBurleson Centennial (JV/Var) SCHEDULE TUESDAY August 09, 2016 9:00 AM Boys Junior Varsity TennisAlvarado High (JV) SCHEDULE WEDNESDAY August 10, 2016 No events happening THURSDAY August 11, 2016 No events

AHS Wrestlers to Fargo

Four AHS wrestlers qualified and represented Texas at the USA Wrestling Freestyle Nationals in Fargo, North Dakota this summer.  Team Texas consisted of thirty girls from across the entire state.  Six of them wrestled for the Arlington Storm Wrestling Club at Arlington High School. “When I first walked in the arena, I thought “Oh, wow!”.

Jill B. signs with MacMurray

Jill B., a 2016 AHS graduate, signed a letter of intent to wrestle for MacMurray College in Jacksonville, Illinois.  It has been eight years since the last AHS female earned a wrestling scholarship.  As a captain, she helped lead the team to district and regional championships. “I’m super excited.  I can’t wait to go up there.

Asia R.: Arlington Wrestling Phenom

Asia R. has completed her 3rd year in high school with two trips to the Texas State Wrestling Tournament.  She was an undefeated State Champion her sophomore year, and finished 4th her junior year despite wrestling with only one healthy arm and shoulder at the State Tournament. In April, she won the USA-Texas Freestyle State

Predicting the five D-FW football teams that will make the biggest turnarounds

By Greg Riddle , Staff Writer Contact Greg Riddleon Twitter:@DMNGregRiddle The high school football season is fast approaching. Here’s a look at five Dallas-area football teams that didn’t have winning records in 2015 that I think will make the biggest turnarounds in 2016. 5. Arlington Following a first-round playoff exit, Arlington should put up a lot

Colts defender inherits prestige position

BY MARK WRIGHT Special to the Star-Telegram Duncanville had no answer for Arlington linebacker Ben Carroll. In the 2015 season opener at the Panthers’ home stadium, Carroll was all over the field. He tallied 17 tackles, two of them for a loss, and set up an Arlington touchdown with a first-quarter fumble recovery. Performances like

Colts maintain excellence at state lineman challenge meet

The Arlington lineman challenge team gathers after winning the state championship. Courtesy photo BY MARK WRIGHT Special to the Star-Telegram For the sixth time in nine years, the Arlington High lineman challenge team has captured the state championship. The state lineman challenge competition was in late June at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene. It may not

Athletic Physicals need to completed in order to participate in class

Both medical and online physicals need to be completed by the first week of school in order to participate in class. A link to the online forms:  https://arlingtonisd.rankonesport.com/Main/Default2.aspx?Type=4   A link to the medical physical form:  https://arlingtonisd.rankonesport.com/Images/Logos/ArlingtonISDPhysicalMedicalHistory.pdf  

Sponsors needed For Arlington High Athletic Website!

Arlington High is proud to announce its new Athletic Website at www.ahscolts.net. The site will have everything athletic for grades 7-12.   If you are interested in becoming a sponsor on the Colts Website please contact Scott Dunton at 972-768-7118.