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Arcadia Ranked Among California’s Best
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Arcadia Ranked Among California’s Best

By Aaron Valdez Following a masterful showing at last week’s Babe Herman Tournament, Arcadia High School is ranked No. 8 and No. 12 in the Los Angeles Times’ Top 25 baseball rankings and Prep Baseball Report’s Power 25, respectively. Boasting an unblemished 9-0 record in nonleague play, the Apaches have been nothing short of sensational…

Apache Tennis Maintains Reign Of Dominance
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Apache Tennis Maintains Reign Of Dominance

By Aaron Valdez Arguably the hottest team on campus, Arcadia boys’ tennis has shown no signs of slowing down since its first official season in 2014. Head Coach Damon Lieu and assistant Ruth Lagace have implemented a perpetual sense of prestige and bravura into the school’s program. Not only do the Apaches continue to surpass…

Arcadia Badminton Succeeding With ‘Stile’
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Arcadia Badminton Succeeding With ‘Stile’

By Aaron Valdez Heading into only its third season as a CIF-recognized program, Arcadia High School’s badminton team continues to establish itself as one of San Gabriel Valley’s finest. After receiving major waves of student interest and community support, current Head Coach Mike Stiles, who was president of the Apaches boosters club, worked with administrators…

Arcadia Jumps Out to 3-0 Start
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Arcadia Jumps Out to 3-0 Start

By Aaron Valdez With spring around the corner, Arcadia baseball returned to the diamond last week as it went 3-0 in the Frozen Ropes Classic to open the season. Last season, the Apaches came up just short of the Pacific League title, finishing with a 12-2 record behind Crescenta Valley (13-1). Arcadia did qualify for…

Arcadia Boys Soccer Eliminated from CIF Playoffs
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Arcadia Boys Soccer Eliminated from CIF Playoffs

By Spencer Stueve The Arcadia Apaches boys soccer season came to a close in heartbreaking fashion.  In the opening round of the CIF Southern Section playoffs, AHS took on Santa Paula High School and the game would be decided by late drama. Throughout the entirety of regulation, neither team was able to break free.  Neither…

Arcadia Girls Basketball Has Up and Down Season
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Arcadia Girls Basketball Has Up and Down Season

  By: Spencer Stueve The Arcadia Apaches girls basketball team had a weird season.  They began the season on fire, took a nosedive midseason, and then recovered enough to finish in respectable fashion. The Apaches cruised through the early season November games with ease.  They crushed the Monrovia Wildcats in the season opener by 62…

Arcadia Basketball Finishes Frustrating Season
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Arcadia Basketball Finishes Frustrating Season

  By: Spencer Stueve   Win two.  Lose two.  Repeat.  That’s how the Apaches began their 2017-2018 boys basketball season.  They beat Monrovia and Rio Mesa to start the season, then dropped two.  They beat Foothill Tech and Burroughs, then dropped two more.  They beat Burbank and Hoover and then the losing began again.  This…

Arcadia Basketball Hopes to Finish Season Strong
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Arcadia Basketball Hopes to Finish Season Strong

By Spencer Stueve The Arcadia boys basketball season has been up and down. Under the leadership of Head Coach Dante Bell, the Apaches began their season winning four of their first six games, with the two losses coming before the start of the new calendar year. In 2018, the Apaches haven’t been able to run…

Arcadia High School Baseball and Softball Season Preview
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Arcadia High School Baseball and Softball Season Preview

By Spencer Stueve The Arcadia Apaches baseball team begins their season on February 24 in the Frozen Ropes Classic.  With less than a month until the opening game of the season, it’s a good time to look back at what the Apaches did last year and look forward to what you can expect this season….

Arcadia Boys Basketball Loses Another Close Game
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Arcadia Boys Basketball Loses Another Close Game

By Spencer Stueve Coming into the basketball game last Friday against Crescenta Valley, the Arcadia Apaches had lost three consecutive games, two of which were by single digits. AHS was in need of a win over CVHS, as the Falcons led the Apaches by one game in the Pacific League standings. At 3-2, Arcadia was…

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