Trapped in the middle of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge! Trucks speeding by on the Outer Loop with air horns at full blast! The new draw span soaring 150 feet into the air – no way to get off!
For the first time in the program’s history, the Falls Church High School girls varsity lacrosse team will compete for the National District Championship after beating Washington-Lee 9-4 in Tuesday evening’s semi-final matchup.
The Mustang boys lacrosse team finished its season on the same note as it began — a dominant string of victories, firmly entrenching the team in the upper echelon of the Dulles District.
For the first 24 minutes, the Madison County Mountaineers acquitted themselves well Tuesday night against what is expected to again be another dominant boys varsity soccer squad from George Mason High School.
The George Mason Mustangs boys varsity lacrosse team continued their red-hot start last week after having their game against Park View last Thursday postponed. On Monday night, the Mustangs headed to Dominion High School, where, for a while, it looked like Dominion had the Mustangs’ number. Mason, who put up […]
“Davidson beat Georgetown. That’s all I have to say.” Those were the words of Davidson’s Max Paulhus Gosselin in Monday’s Washington Post. Their implication is clear — an underdog toppled a titan. It’s a huge story, and probably the biggest thus far in the 2008 NCAA Tournament.
The George Mason girls high school basketball team isn’t the only local team that’s deserving of your attention and admiration this year.
Mason High Girls Rally, But Fall Just Short in State Tourney When the final buzzer sounded in last Friday’s game at the Siegel Center at Virginia Commonwealth University, the metaphorical clock struck midnight on the Cinderella that was the George Mason High School girls basketball team and no Prince Charming […]
‘Family’ Ties, Full Court Pressure Help Mason Girls Light Up Foe After Blackout Three weeks ago, before their opening round contest of the Region B tournament against Strasburg, the George Mason High School varsity girls’ basketball squad came to a consensus decision.
As far as prolific recruiting classes go, the four freshmen that took the court for the Georgetown Hoyas in 2004-05 did not appear particularly remarkable at first inspection. The big gangly dude was 7-foot-2, but still managed to miss layups a foot from the hoop. The short kid was a […]