The George Mason High School varsity football team is currently scheduled to play their first game on their new turf this Friday at 7:30 p.m. when they take on the J.E.B. Stuart Raiders.
The George Mason High School varsity football team traveled to Dominion High School for its season opener Monday night only to lose a heartbreaker in overtime 14-13. It was a game that Mason could have won, leaving players, coaches, fans and the cheer team disappointed on the first night of the 2006 gridiron campaign.
Brief news items from the Greater Falls Church area for the week of September 7.
After unexpectedly unearthing a bevy of debris combined with a wet weekend due to the remnants of Hurricane Ernesto, workers are racing the clock to finish the new artificial FieldTurf renovations at George Mason High School prior to the varsity football team’s home opener against J.E.B. Stuart this Friday night.
As seen here on Wednesday, workers have begun laying the new turf across the field at George Mason High School’s Moore Cadillac Stadium. The field turf is the latest and greatest of synthetic outdoor athletic surfaces, mimicking real grass. Funds from the City of Falls Church Recreation and Parks Department […]
It took a tremendous amount of will power, perhaps whispering to themselves that age-old emotion-stilling mantra, “Dead cats and nuns, dead cats and nuns,” to keep the announcers at the Little League championship game from losing it Monday afternoon.
Artificial turf is coming to Mason District Park! Last Friday, the Fairfax County Park Authority sponsored a groundbreaking for the revamped field, and construction started Monday. The new synthetic surface will be installed on Field 3, the large soccer field near the park entrance.