Arlington Boys Varsity Swimming

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Senior Shout Out! Tom Dempsey – Water Polo and Swim

Tom became an instant game changer when we became a member of the Arlington boys water polo team. He has played water polo for the past 9 years, 3 of them at Arlington and for his club team CHAWP.  He received First Team All-League honors in 2019 along with a Scholar Athlete Award. He contributed

Arlington selects Matt Olsen for Male Athlete of the Year-Water Polo and Swim

Congratulations to Matt Olsen Arlington’s Male Athlete of the year.  He will be invited to the Riverside Sport Hall of Fame and Induction Celebration/Parade of Champions at the Riverside Convention Center for Monday, November 2, 2020. The Hall of Fame was created to honor athletes, coaches, athletic administrators and community leaders who have brought exceptional

Senior Shout Out! Matt Olsen – Water Polo and Swim

In his 4 years at Arlington Matt was a 4 year starter for Boys Water Polo and a 4 year participant on the swim team. He was instrumental in the Boys Water Polo program becoming a dominant program again. He will go down as one of the best water polo players to attend Arlington, he

Boys swim defeat Hillcrest

The boys and girls swim teams competed against Hillcrest.  It was a close meet but the lions pulled ahead in the last race to score just enough to win 86-83.  The girls lost to Hillcrest 67 – 112.

Boys Swim triumphs over Heritage

The boys swim team was finally able to compete again after Tuesdays contest was canceled vs Norco.   Boys swimming improved on their strong start dealing Heritage High School a 97-73  loss.  Varsity boys picked up an impressive 8 CIF times. With Junior Mohamed Saleh gaining automatic qualification times on his 100 butterfly and 500 free. 

Arlington defeats Norte Vista – Boys Swim

Lions Boys and Girls Swim Team swept Norte Vista Wednesday Feb, 26th.  Boys swim won 104 – 53 with strong performances with multiple athletes getting consideration times for CIF, Aaron Ho (9th) in the 100 back and Tommy Dempsey (12th) in the 100 breast, and Justin Nguyen (9th) in the 200 IM with the 200