Arlington Girls Varsity Swimming

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Senior Shout Out! Taylor Kruger – Water Polo and Swim

Taylor has participated in water polo since she transferred to Arlington her sophomore year.   She started without even watching  or understanding the sport and worked her way up to varsity through  her hard work and dedicated spirit.   Her work ethic earned her the role of captain on the JV team and a #2 spot on

Senior Shout Out! Mckenna Ortiz – Water Polo and Swim

In her 4 years at Arlington McKenna lettered 4 years in water polo and was a starter for the last three years. In her 3 years as a Varsity Starter McKenna provided stability and was the focal point of the water polo defense and the catalyst of the offense. In their game vs Riverside Poly

Girls Swim defeat Heritage

The girls swim team defeated Heritage 96-74. Varsity Girls picked up an equally impressive 5 CIF qualifying times.  Freshman Tessa Tavaglione improving on her 50 Free and 100 Free CIF times.The boys and girls swim teams will be back at it Wednesday at Hillcrest.

Girls Swim team win big over Notre Vista

Girls swim team won 98 – 70 with two athletes qualifying for CIF, Makenna Ortiz (12th) in the 50 free and 100 breast and Tessa Tavaglione (9th) in the 50 free and 100 free.  The girls 200 Medley Relay Team (Ortiz, Tavaglione, Littler, Andrews) and the 200 Free Relay team (Ortiz, Rivera, Quijada and Tavaglione also

Arlington Swimming Continued to Improve Upon Great Season!

The Arlington boys and girls swim team had many outstanding performances Wednesday at the Inland Valley League championships vaulting both teams to third place finishes. Almost every athlete had personal best swims. Michelle Hiller (11) led the girls with a CIF qualifying time in the 200 free and helped the 4 x 50 free relay

Arlington Swimming splits with La Sierra to open the springs season on Wednesday, 3/1.

Arlington Swimming splits with La Sierra to open the springs season on Wednesday, 3/1. Arlington’s varsity boys out swam La Sierra by a score of 91-71 and our JV boys won 40-12.  Our Arlington girls lost a close meet 96-74 and our JV girls were downed 95-67.  We swim next at our home opener on