McLean High’s Hedge Scores High on SAT Shefali Hegde, a junior at McLean High School, scored 2390 on the SAT.
Area Sports Roundup: Jaguar Boys Tennis Racks Up 1st Win; Statesmen Softball Goes 3 for 3 in Liberty District
Falls Church High Baseball (1-6): Rain forced the cancellation of games against Washington-Lee and Stuart to start the week.
El Tio Tex-Mex Grill may be the new kid on the block in Falls Church, but this newbie comes bearing ripe gifts of spice and trouble.
Falls Church High Baseball: The Falls Church High baseball team lost 15-5 to Mount Vernon High in a home game on Monday, as well as against George Mason High (10-1) on Tuesday.
The Falls Church High School boys soccer team challenged the Herndon Hornets in a home match on Friday, March 13, that ended with the Falls Church Jaguar’s defeat, 2-1.
George Mason High’s girls varsity basketball team, the Region B champion, vanquished Northumberland High 57-26 at last Saturday’s Virginia High School League state tournament quarterfinals. The win sends the team to Virginia Commonwealth University’s Stuart C. Siegel Center to face Region A champion Lancaster High this Friday, March 13, at […]
Falls Church Robotics Team Set to Compete The George Mason High School Robotics Team is gearing up for the D.C. Regional FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotic competition from Feb. 26 – 28 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center (801 Mount Vernon Place NW, Washington, […]
George Mason High School’s famed wrestler, David Ray, easily captured his 152-pound weight class, Jake Schwind (171) came in second and Manuel Veiga-Diaz (189) placed third at the Group A Region B wrestling tournament last Saturday, Feb. 14 at Cumberland High School.
The George Mason H.S. Mustangs boys basketball team treated the home fans to a fourth quarter scoring blitz, combined with tenacious defense, to overcome a third quarter deficit and roar past the Clarke County Eagles, 64-50, at the Mason gym Friday night.
Last Friday’s urgently-called special briefing by U.S. Rep. Jim Moran to local government leaders in his district, including Arlington and the City of Falls Church, was one of the most extraordinary public meetings in the memory of this newspaper.