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Warriors get a glimpse of their fall identity

| |Friday, May. 23, 2014

Rusher Nic Smith has added an explosive element to his repertoire, while linebacker Josh Watson is taking on the teaching role of a senior who has team captain experience.

Sports digest

Friday, May. 23, 2014

The Lamar Vikings summer baseball camp will run June 9-11 at the Lamar baseball field. The camp is for boys ages 6-14 and costs $60.

Arlington Sam Houston junior goes from track gold to spring football

| |Monday, May. 19, 2014

Darrion Flowers’ blistering speed won him a state championship earlier this month in the 100 meter dash and is a big factor in the Texans football team’s plans next fall.

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Monday, May. 19, 2014

Arlington school district softball players cleaned up in the District 3-5A honors at the end of the season, including Martin players Morgan Watson being named MVP, Krista Rude winning co-offensive MVP, Jordan James getting outstanding catcher, Becca Johnson winning co-utility player MVP and freshman Lacy Mann named rookie of the year.

Martin, Bowie athletes shine at state meet

| |Monday, May. 12, 2014

Track and Field Bowie’s Nate Gipson took gold in the high jump, while the Martin 4x400 relay team finished with the silver.

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Monday, May. 12, 2014

The Martin baseball team suffered a season-ending defeat to San Angelo Central in the area round, losing the first and last games of a three-game series.

Lamar High junior makes Arlington tennis history, aims for higher goals

| |Tuesday, May. 06, 2014

Michelle Torres may be the best girls tennis player in at least a decade in the Arlington school district, but she and her coach believe she could do even better next year.

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Tuesday, May. 06, 2014

It wasn’t exactly smooth sailing for the Warriors, but the Martin baseball team took two wins in its three-game bi-district playoff series last week against Keller to advance to the area round.

Arlington softball teams fall to tough 4-5A foes

| |Monday, Apr. 28, 2014

Martin and Bowie ran into trouble against Southlake Carroll and Richland, a pair of squads that Martin coach Cathy Rudy described as battle-hardened from their tough district schedules.

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Monday, Apr. 28, 2014

Lamar senior Erich Sullins’ 183-foot, 4-inch discus throw in the regional track meet propelled his team to fifth place, while the Bowie girls 4x100 relay team finished second to advance to state and Martin sophomore Keshun Reed took second in the boys 400-meter dash.