Arlington Boys Freshman Baseball

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CIF Update for Athletics

CIF provided an athletic update on December 1, 2020.  Riverside Unified wanted to provide our community with an update of the key points of the message Fall Sport competitions have been cancelled for the month of December by CIF. Starting January 9, CIF will assess scheduled competitions on a week by week basis. RUSD will

Senior Shout Out! James Kirk – Baseball

James was one of three seniors on the baseball team this season.  He has played baseball since he was four years old and was a key utility player for the lions.  A student of the game he prepared himself and learned various positions, 2nd, short stop, 3rd and right field.  His favorite role was when

Senior Shout Out! Daysean Bell – Football and Baseball

Daysean transferred to Arlington after his Sophomore year. He was an instant impact to the baseball and football program. The 2019 baseball season he was 2nd Team All-Ivy League and named to the All-Tournament Team. He was awarded the Sam Pecchia Award by Coach Kleveno for dedicating himself on and off the field as a

AHS Baseball Seniors will not go unrecognized.

Coach Kleveno and his staff made sure the seniors were recognized on senior day.  Saturday May 2nd would have been their last home game at Arlington High School.  Coaches dropped off senior banners, posters and balloons as they visited each senior.  Congrats to James Kirk, Daysean Bell and Dominic Zapien. You will missed! LION PRIDE

Senior Shout Out! Aaliyah Nolen – Basketball and Track

Aaliyah was the highest scoring point guard in the conference for the 2019-2020 season.  She was a 4-year varsity starter for the Girls Basketball Team.  She was just 2 points shy of breaking the school record for most points scored in a game.  She scored 38 points against Perris this season.  She received 2nd Team

Senior Shout Out! Dominic Zapien – Baseball

Dominic has been involved with the Arlington Baseball program for 4 years.  He played 3rd base and contributed with his bat in the line up. He not only succeeded on the field but also in the classroom maintaining a 3.5 GPA. He earned scholar-athlete honors all four years at Arlington. He has had many memorable