Thursday, March 7, 2013
Every goal from the Cougar’s 4-0 rout of No. 2 Beverly/Danvers Wednesday night.
The defending state champion Arlington Catholic girls’ hockey team is back in the state semis. The seventh-seeded Cougars (16-4-2) reached the final four again Wednesday night by taking care of No. 2 Beverly Danvers (17-3-2) 4-0 in the Division 1 quarterfinals at O’Brien Rink in Woburn. “Getting by this round and moving onto the semifinals, it’s just another thing you look forward to, another gift that you’re given by your hard work,” Arlington Catholic coach Maggie Taverna said Wednesday. The Cougars advance to face No. 3 Westford (17-3-2) at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Chelmsford Forum. Westford beat No. 11 Acton-Boxboro in the quarterfinals at O’Brien Rink prior to Arlington Catholic’s game. The Cougars got on the board halfway through the …
Monday, February 25, 2013
The boys' basketball team will be at home at 7 p.m.
Today is Monday, Feb. 25. Here are five things you need to know: 1.) The Arlington High boys’ basketball team earned the No. 16 seed in the Division 2 North bracket with a 10-10 regular-season record. The Spy Ponders will host No. 17 Tewksbury (9-11) at 7 p.m. tonight in the bracket’s preliminary round, with the winning team moving on to face No. 1, undefeated Melrose (20-0). The Arlington Catholic boys’ basketball team got the No. 5 seed in the Division 3 North bracket with a 14-6 regular-season record. The Cougars will face No. 12 Stoneham (11-9) at 6 p.m. Thursday at Woburn High School in the bracket’s first round. The Arlington Catholic girls’ basketball team, the No. 3 seed in the Division 2 North bracket, will begin its state-title …
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Cindy Bouvier, director of wellness and counseling, received the honor.
Saturday, November 10, 2012
The following is from the Arlington Public Schools. Arlington Public Schools Educator Named 2012 MIAA Wellness Coordinator of the Year The Arlington Public Schools proudly announced that Cindy Bouvier, Director of Wellness and Counseling, was named the 2012 Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) Wellness Coordinator of the Year. The award was presented at the MIAA Annual Wellness Summit, Healthy Choices: Winning Choices, held on October 19, 2012. Wellness Coordinators are the educational leaders from MIAA member schools and middle schools who have been delegated to promote wellness at the local level. Ms. Bouvier has served Arlington Public Schools in this capacity for the past 6 years, directing the district's efforts…
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Follow the action from Tsongas Arena.
Reading Memorial High School is taking on Arlington Catholic in the Division II North title game at 2 p.m. Saturday. Follow all the action on our live blog. We'll begin updating the live blog shortly before tip-off and will keep you up to the minute until the final whistle. The Cougars are hoping to repeat the success they found against Reading two years ago when they knocked the Lady Rockets out of the postseason.
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Remy Pontes, a junior at Arlington High School, placed second in a statewide essay contest about how student athletes can make a difference.
Editor's note: Spy Ponder athlete Remy Pontes, a junior at Arlington High School, is the second-place winner of a sportsmanship essay contest at the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association. The following is his full essay, titled "Student Athletes and the Community:" As a student athlete on the Varsity Hockey and Baseball Teams in my junior year at Arlington High School, I have received tremendous support from my family, school, coaches, and town to achieve my goals in athletics and academics. I have always appreciated the compelling opportunities to succeed and to reveal the potential within each student that my community offers. Yet these opportunities are not just something one should expect from those around you, but also …
Junior Remy Pontes wrote about the importance of being a leader and creating a better community through service.
Spy Ponder athlete Remy Pontes, a student at Arlington High School, is the second-place winner of a sportsmanship essay contest at the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association. Pontes, who plays varsity hockey and baseball, wrote about how athlete students can make a difference in the community. “A goal to strive for is that those contributions made by student athletes will create a ripple effect reaching out to those most in need,” wrote Pontes, a junior at the high school. “In considering the future, these positive influences will hopefully extend beyond our high school years. In his essay, the student athlete talks about the importance of being a leader on and off the field. “But athletes can contribute not only by scoring the…
Friday, March 11, 2011
Arlington Catholic took care of North Andover 59-40 in Billerica last night; the Cougars will take on Gloucester Saturday.
- Jay Oza
Friday, March 11, 2011
Emma Roberson was the star for Arlington Catholic last night. She led the way for her Cougars on the stat-sheet with a double double. Her 23 points and 12 assists were the catalyst in helping Arlington Catholic advance to the Division II North Sectional Final on Saturday night. Lowell's Tsongas Arena hosts the game at 6p.m. Arlington Catholic head coach had this to say about his star junior, "She can go to the basket very well; she also has a pull up jump shot." North Andover has been ousted from the Division 2 North Sectional tournament three years in a row by the Cougars. This time, however, the stakes were much higher. In the last two years, North Andover had to travel to Arlington Catholic’s home gym. “In those two games we were …