Meridian High School wrestling coaches recently compiled an All-Decade wrestling team for the period 2010 through 2019 based on performance and accomplishments during those school years.
establishing themselves on the scoreboard with three first inning runs and another in the second, while it took the Mustangs until the third inning to counter with a tally of their own by way of a hit from senior outfielder Jack Biggs.
The Meridian Mustangs kicked off their spring sports season with mixed results, but the second week of action brought much more to write home about.
This past Saturday, Mar. 26, saw the return of the Falls Church Kiwanis Little League (FCKLL) Opening Day parade. In attendance were F.C. Mayor David Tarter and Delegate Marcus Simon — both taking part in the ceremonial first pitch — as well as surprise guests the (Racing) Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Roosevelt. Bag piper Austin Middleton led the procession, with the festivities culminating in a series of first pitches from local High School seniors — all of whom “graduated” from F.C. Little League.
Sports do not rest for very long at Meridian High School, as with the end of the winter season has immediately come the beginning of the spring one. The Mustangs’ softball, soccer, tennis, baseball, and lacrosse teams all saw their 2022 campaigns open this week, and the results were mixed.
In a vital day for Meridian High School athletics, the Mustangs travelled to VCU’s Siegel Center to take on the Carroll County Cavaliers in the State Finals as they attempted to repeat as Class 3 state champions. It would figure to be their toughest matchup yet this postseason, as in […]
Thursday, Mar 10 — in an intensely fought state championship game in Richmond tonight, Carroll County High School girls edged Meridian High of Falls Chirch, 51-47.
Falls Church’s Meridian High School girls varsity basketball team has exploded in the Virginia State High School post-season playoffs with lopsided home court victories in the past few days over New Kent and Lakeland, and as a result will be traveling to Richmond for the Division 3 Final Championship game today, Thursday, March 10.
The atmosphere was electric in a packed Meridian High School gym as the Lady Mustangs hosted the Lakeland Cavaliers with a trip to the State Finals on the line. The visitors opened the scoring on a shot from Jamauri Demeil in the opening minute, only to not score again […]
The Meridian High School Mustangs girls basketball team continued their winning ways on Friday night. Senior guard Megan Tremblay began the scoring with a three pointer, and the Mustangs never trailed en route to a dominant 75-33 victory over the visiting New Kent Trojans. The score was 5-4 in favor […]