Where to watch AHS Sports? All AHS Sports home games will be aired on the first Sunday after the game. Look for football games to air before and after Patriots games on the Education Channel. Check our schedule for specific air-times. Miss the game on the channels? Go online to stream in HD at www.acmi.tv/sports Get into the game!! Arlington Community Media has been a big part of the Arlington sports community for many years, providing high quality coverage of AHS sports games. This year, ACMi is looking to ramp up its coverage, by filming more teams and more...Read More
Arlington is Hockey Town again!!! Arlington Community Media, Inc. was so excited to be filming the Arlington Spy Ponders boys hockey team during they State Championship win tonight! The team defeated Central Catholic 2-1 in overtime with a game that kept everyone on their toes! This marks the first Super 8 Championship in Arlington High School history and the first hockey State Championship since 1971! Find the full game online here http://acmi.tv/videos/arlington-high-school-boys-hockey-vs-central-catholic-super-8-championship-march-19-2017/...Read More
Boys basketball concluded their season in the Division 2 North Semi-Finals, where they fell 64-71 to a strong Brighton team. The fan support was incredible with the Boston Herald noting how well traveled our student section was. Congratulations to the team on an amazing season! They ended as the Middlesex League Champions and senior captain Colin McNamara earned the title of Middlesex League MVP. Boys hockey beat Hingham 4-1 last night with a hat trick from senior captain Peter Schescherag. The team advances into the Super 8 Semi-Finals! They will face Malden Catholic on Wednesday, March 15th at a...Read More
Arlington Public News invited Tim and Kellie Guerriero into the studio to talk about their foundation, The Makayla Fund. After losing their fifteen-year-old daughter Makayla to suicide in 2012, the Guerrieros established the fund with two main goals in mind: to increase suicide awareness and to provide scholarships to high school athletes. To increase suicide awareness, The Makayla Fund works with Screening for Mental Health to provide Signs of Suicide (SOS) training in middle and high schools. This training includes a screening process to assess students for signs of depression and creates an open forum with students about mental health. The fund also sponsors scholarships for high school athletes, recognizing that participation in team sports can help build self-esteem in young adults. Scholarships are available to anyone who needs help paying for sports, and can include tuition as well as additional fees or equipment. Kellie, who grew up in Arlington and graduated from Arlington High School, invites Arlington residents and other members of the local community to apply for scholarships through the Makayla Fund, and to turn to its website for resources for suicide prevention and awareness. For more information, visit...Read More
Arlington Public News recently caught up with Arlington High School senior and standout athlete Frank Roche. Roche was selected as the recipient of the “MIAA Student Athlete of the Month Award” for May 2015. The award is given monthly to a male and female student-athlete who display excellence in the areas of academics, athletics and community service. Roche is not only a member of the football, basketball and baseball teams, but serves as team captain in all three sports. As a member of the Arlington High School Captains Council, Roche contributes to many school pride and spirit-building initiatives. Arlington High School Athletic Director Melissa Dlugolecki says, “Frank sets the standard for high school athletes through his commitment to all three of his varsity sports.” However, Roche’s activities extend far beyond sports. Roche serves as President of the Arlington High School Student Council, and is also a member of the National Honor Society, Peer Leaders, and the 84 Club, a group committed to ending smoking and tobacco use. On top of his athletic and academic accomplishments, Roche was the recipient of the Arlington High School Citizenship Award and SILS Award for his outstanding commitment to community service. After a sterling four years at Arlington High School, Roche will attend Tufts University in the fall, where he will play football for the...Read More
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