The Arcadia Boys Soccer Team made it into the Sweet 16 and will travel to Independence for First Round State Playoffs tonight at 6:00 PM. Independence is located at 6602 N. 75th Avenue (Glendale/75th Ave). If any fans happen to be in the Glendale area, please come and support your Titans!! Independence is ranked No. 2 in the State, and has made it to the Final Four the last 2 years. The winner of tonight’s game advances to the State Quarter-Finals on Saturday.
State Play-In Tournament - Titans Beat Glendale, 3-2
Last Thursday night, the Boys Soccer Team hosted Glendale in the State Play-In Tournament Game. After being down 0-2 at halftime, the Titans rallied behind three goals in the second half by Senior Co-CaptainSebastian Gutierrez to earn a thrilling come-from-behind victory and grab a spot in the State Championship Playoffs.
All City Honors
Congratulations to Senior Co-Captains Sebastian Gutierrez and Jack Spier for earning All City Recognition which includes the five high schools in the Scottsdale School District.
Boys Soccer will celebrate their stellar year on Sunday night, Feb. 11 at 6 PM at Arcadia High School (Mt. Olympus). The banquet is FREE to all Players, Coaches & their Families. For more information, contact Heidi McNeil Staudenmaier at firstname.lastname@example.org
Arcadia High School Auction
Friday, April 13th, 2018
6 pm to 10 pm
Arizona Country Club
EVENT INFORMATION: www.arcadiapto.org/auction
ONLINE AUCTION : www.ahsauction.org
The Arcadia Media Comm students, under the direction of ANN/Film Instructor Eric Luse, are running a Snap-Raise campaign through the first week of February to raise funds for students travelling to and competing in the Student National TV/Film Competition in Nashville in March, and the purchase of much needed new equipment for the ANN and Film Programs. The campaign is going strong, with the students’ goal of raising $5,000. Right now, the campaign is over halfway completed and needs YOUR HELP to reach the students’ goal. If you receive an email from a Media Comm student, please consider making a donation in any amount. And even if you don’t receive an email from a Media Comm student, please consider making a donation to the program in any amount. This project will allow the students to raise money without selling product, saving more time for study & classroom instruction. For more information, contact Media Comm Boosters President Heidi McNeil Staudenmaier – email@example.com.
Arcadia Boys Soccer recognized the following players & their families at Senior Recognition Night last Friday:
· Sebastian Gutierrez (Co-Captain)
· Jack Spier (Co-Captain)
· Ben Kiggins
· Marco Martin
· Brandon Naranjo
· Luis Rodriguez
· Jacob Staudenmaier
· Anthony Soto
· Isaac (Twinkie) Vasquez
· Angel Saucedo (Team Manager)
Jack, Jacob, Luis, Ben and Anthony have played for Arcadia all four years of high school. Sebastian, Isaac and Brandon are three-year players, with Marco playing two years for the Titans. Best of luck to all our Seniors!
THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE:
LAST WEEK’S GAMES:
· Notre Dame (Jan. 17) – Varsity win 5-0; JV win 8-1. Sebastian Gutierrez and sophomore Alexis Sanchez lead the scoring spree with two goals each, and sophomore Jack Cowan sealed the game with a last second score at the buzzer. Twinkie Vasquez, Arcadia’s goalie, earned the shutout. For the JV, Antonio Clarke and sophomore Jonathan Gutierrez each contributed two goals, with additional scores coming from sophomores Jose Perez and Will Clayton, freshman Palmer Wright, and Takuma Fujiya.
**Check out the 2018 Boys Soccer Video by Senior Jacob Staudenmaier
THIS FRIDAY NIGHT
FUTURE TITAN NIGHT & SENIOR RECOGNITION
Please support the Senior Boys Soccer Players in their final home game Friday night against Liberty. JV game at 4 pm, Senior Recognition at 5:45 pm, Varsity game at 6 pm. All Future Titans should wear their School T-shirts for free admission. See attached flyer.
Seniors who will be recognized Friday night at 5:45 pm:
**THIS WEEK’S GAMES (JV 4 pm, Varsity 6 pm):
**LAST WEEK’S GAMES:
Chaparral (Jan. 10) – Varsity ties 1-1; JV lose 5-1. Alexis Sanchez scores high lofted goal in the corner of the net to have Titans lead for much of the game. Late in the game, the officials called a foul in the box on Arcadia to permit Chaparral to tie the game with a penalty kick. After playing two 10-minute overtimes without either team scoring, the game ended in a tie.
Paradise Valley (Jan. 12) – Varsity lost 4-1; JV lost 3-1. Jack Spier scored Arcadia’s goal against Paradise Valley.
**THANK YOU – to everyone who supported last week’s Boys Soccer fundraiser at Mod Pizza.
Direct your state tax dollars to support Arcadia High School and so many of its fantastic programs.
For more information and links to payment information, visit the AHS PTO website .
HOME GAME TONIGHT VS. CHAPARRAL – Come cheer on the Titans to victory! JV Game @ 4 pm, Varsity game @ 6 pm
Game results over Winter Break:
Events & Updates
Fri 1/12 @ Paradise Valley
Tues 1/16 (H) North Canyon
Wed 1/17 @ Notre Dame (Bus leaves at 2:40 PM)
Thurs 1/18 Team dinner @ 5 PM (all players, Arcadia cafeteria) – catered by Olive Garden
Fri 1/19 (H) Liberty - Sr. Night/Future Titan Night
Mon 1/22 @ Sierra Linda
8th Grade Students Visit AHS
Friday, January 12th 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Please meet in the AHS Auditorium for an all 8th grade assembly, tour the campus and classrooms. We look forward to seeing you then! Go Titans!
8th Grade Parent Night
Thursday, January 18th, 6:30 - 8:00 pm, Mt Olympus
Want to learn more about Arcadia? We would like to invite all 8th grade parents to join us on Thursday, January 18th from 6:30 to 8pm in Mt. Olympus. The program consists of a welcome from Mr. Andrews and/or Mr. Stevens followed by a presentation by our counseling team. The counselors will present an overview of the course selection process highlighting each of the academic programs Arcadia has to offer. Throughout, parents are able to ask questions and there will be a question and answer period at the end as well.
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Arcadia High School's PTO strives to facilitate and increase communication, promoting a long-lasting sense of community and spirit among our Arcadia families; supplementing additional funding for curricular and extracurricular programs which support our teachers, students and the administration.
To learn more about Arcadia High School, please visit the arcadia.susd.org or download this brochure.
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