Heatwave affecting sporting events The continued heatwave in the area is impacting the starting times for Arlington ISD sporting events. All Arlington ISD tennis matches that were slated to start Tuesday have been moved from 3 p.m. start times to 6:30 p.m. Also, the heat is wreaking havoc on the first week of football games.…Read More about Sporting event start times pushed back due to heat.
Physicals cost $15 Back-to-school season is here and it’s time to start scoring. Are you ready to get back in the game? Not without your physical! Arlington ISD is making it easy by allowing seventh- through 12th-grade Arlington ISD athletes to get their pre-participation physical exam on Saturday, Aug. 19, at the Arlington ISD…Read More about Get sports physicals at the Arlington ISD Athletics Center on Aug. 19.
Cashless tickets available on Sunday prior to game The Arlington ISD is going cashless for all sporting events this year. All tickets for games must be purchased through GoFan.co. “Going cashless is a safe decision,” Arlington ISD athletic director Eric White said. “It’s safer as far as game management with tickets. It protects everyone involved…Read More about Arlington ISD going cashless for all sporting event tickets this year.
Sports Kickoff is at Lamar High School Arlington ISD’s athletics department is hosting its first-ever Fall Sports Kickoff Festival on Saturday, July 29, at Lamar High School’s Cravens Field from 8 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. This in-person event offers the opportunity for Arlington ISD’s football, volleyball, tennis, cross country and cheerleading coaches, teams and families…Read More about First-ever Arlington ISD Fall Sports Kickoff is July 29.
With the threat of severe weather in the forecast for this evening, the Arlington ISD is canceling all after-school activities scheduled for Thursday, March 2. That includes all extracurricular activities, after-school childcare and our scheduled Board of Trustees meeting. Please stay safe and well.Read More about Arlington ISD cancels all after-school activities for March 2.
Swimmer is only a sophomore Seguin High School sophomore Paul Nguyen is making his way to the state swim meet this weekend in Austin. He is the only swimmer in the entire district advancing to the state competition. Nguyen will be competing in his favorite race, the 50-yard freestyle, for a chance at a state…Read More about Seguin HS Swimmer Only District Athlete Going to State Meet.
Former teammates now on opposing Super Bowl teams Lamar High School will be the home of a Super Bowl champ for the second-straight year. Only this year, it’s guaranteed. Last year, former Lamar student Bobby Brown collected a Super Bowl ring as a member of the Los Angeles Rams. This year, Lamar is covered on…Read More about Two former Lamar HS football players in the Super Bowl.
Only Arlington ISD runner to qualify for state Sam Houston High School senior Jeremiah Barrera is off to the races – literally. Barrera left Arlington Thursday morning for Round Rock, where he’ll compete in the Class 6A cross country state championship tomorrow. Barrera, who received a school clap-out before the trip, is the only student…Read More about Sam Houston runner representing Arlington at state championship.
Football is back Arlington ISD football teams will once again play football games at Choctaw Stadium this season, with all eyes literally on Thursday night’s season opener between Martin and Lake Travis. That’s because the 7 p.m. game will be the opener for the Geico ESPN High School Football Kickoff and will be shown live…Read More about Martin High School kicks off football season on ESPNU.
Way to go Sam Houston Seniors! It was a beautiful start to the morning at Sam Houston High School as seven seniors paraded through a flood of cheering staff and purple and white décor. The students weren’t just walking down any hallway. They were walking into a hopeful future – one where their next steps…Read More about Seven Students Earn Full Scholarships to TCU.