The George Mason High School varsity football team improved its overall record to 4-4 with a 22-0 victory last Friday night against Clarke County High School beneath an unrelenting rain and with temperatures in the mid-40s.
Although there wasn’t a cloud in the sky, Washington-Lee succeeded in raining on Stuart’s parade, as the Generals trounced the Raiders 40-14 in their own homecoming game last Friday night.
Bolstered by the return of a host of starters from injuries, the George Mason High School varsity football team edged No. 5 Madison County, 25-19, before a record crowd of roughly 1,200 at the Mustangs’ homecoming game last Friday.
The George Mason High School freshman football team hosted Strasburg High School Wednesday of last week and pitched a 35 – 0 shutout. It was a dominant display by the Mason Mustangs, as they rolled up over 400 yards for the game, with two running backs gaining over 100 yards each.
There is something about the name Bulldogs that just seems to doom the Mustangs. For the second week in a row, the George Mason High School varsity football team squared off against an opponent with the nickname Bulldogs, and for the second week in a row, the Mustangs came away […]
Marshall H.S. — 8 , Langley H.S. — 7 After last week’s heart breaking one-point loss, Marshall came up on the other side of the ball on Friday night, taking Langley’s homecoming game 8-7.
While the Luray team bus might have broken down en route to George Mason High School last Wednesday night, the team’s offense worked just fine. And despite a fast start, the George Mason High School freshman football team lost a 28-26 heartbreaker in overtime.
DENVER — There are few things more desirable in professional sport than a good, reliable left-handed starting pitcher like the Colorado Rockies’ Jeff Francis.
George Mason’s girls volleyball team continued their early season dominance winning against National Cathedral on Monday and sweeping Briar Woods Tuesday night, to improve to 6-1 on the year.
Costly Turnovers Prove Difference in Loss to Generals For the second week in a row, cloudy skies and sprinkles of rain provided the backdrop for a shutout at Moore Cadillac Stadium, but this time, the tables were turned for the George Mason High School varsity football team.