2024-06-15 12:18 AM

Picking Splinters: Blowing Calls, Blowing Their Lead

For the 13th time this season the Hoyas hit the canvas, losing to St. John’s 59-56 in overtime Tuesday night, and there’s no doubt that Georgetown is now knocked out of any at-large discussion for the NCAA Tournament.

Mustangs Girls Take Dominion

In their last game before winter break, the George Mason High School varsity Girls Basketball team staved off a late rally by host Dominion High School, eking out a 51-41 victory in non-district action last Thursday night to secure their fourth straight victory this winter.

Mason Tops Stuart in Nail Biter Football Face-Off

Trailing 13-7 with eight minutes left in the fourth quarter, George Mason High School linebacker Misael Benitez exploded through the line and sacked J.E.B. Stuart High’s quarterback Jason Friday on a crucial fourth and four well inside Mason territory.

Mustangs Content With Close Loss

Following last Monday’s game against Potomac Falls, the George Mason High School boys varsity soccer team trotted off the field at Moore Cadillac Stadium with a sense of accomplishment and pride on their faces, unfazed by the fact that they were the owners of the low number in the 2-0 final score.

After Skid, Lady Statesmen Awaken

“Basketball is a game of streaks and runs,” says Noel Klippenstein, coach of the George C. Marshall girls varsity basketball team.

Forging Ahead

Antonio Folks (No. 7) takes off down the field for Mason as Sean Mondragon (No. 51) clears a path for his running back. (Photo: Bob Morrison, Bonnie Briar Productions)

A year after going unbeaten in their district, the Mustangs strive for a new identity in 2007. Most teams would be content with a 2006 season that saw them lose zero contests in their  district, snap the twenty-eight game winning streak of one of their district rivals, and in which they came just two scores […]

10 Mustangs Earn Honors

The George Mason High School varsity football team placed 10 different members of its 2006 Bull Run Championship team onto All-Bull Run District teams unveiled last Wednesday, with senior Ryan Larcamp named Defensive Player of the Year. Mason Head Coach Tom Horn was named Coach of the Year.