George Mason High School’s Athletic Department and the Athletic Boosters are co-sponsoring a free seminar on March 23 at 7:30 p.m. at GMHS for student athletes and their parents interested in learning more about making the transition from high school to college-level athletics. Goals include informing parents about the steps […]
The Big Jig, Saturday, March 17, Mt. Vernon Square, Washington, D.C.
Grey’s Anatomy star Isaiah Washington called a co-star a faggot and ended up in rehab, while former basketball star Tim Hardaway said he hated homosexuals and now his career as an ex-jock pitchman is on a cold slab. This will be remembered as the year the F-word became the new […]
I was exhausted and on my way home from Phoenix, where I participated in a protest against Focus on the Family’s ex-gay Love Won Out Conference. One of the few remaining joys of flying these days is reading without all of the earthly distractions, such as cell phones and e-mail. […]
The just-formed Falls Church Poison U10 select girls basketball team won this weekend’s Braddock Road Basketball Tournament. Players include Rebecca Moot, Courtney King, Shannon Upton, Jessica Manning, Stephanie Manning, Ashley Alexander, Jaya Chavern and Julianna Rollo.
George C. Marshall High School senior Maya Al-Shingieti has accepted a scholarship offer to play women’s basketball at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, a school that recently transitioned to Division I athletics.
Great teamwork and consistent hustle was the cornerstone of the Alexandria Titans 14U Boys Basketball Team, as they rounded out their impressive season with a 2nd place finish in the YBOA (Youth Basketball of America) National Tournament at the Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida.