George Mason High School varsity girls lacrosse’s junior goalie Meghan Powell, left, stops a Potomac Falls shot on goal during Monday’s 11-7 victory for Mason in the AA Dulles District Tournament Quarterfinals. (Photo: Courtesy Jane Johansen)
F.C. U13 Boys Black The U13 Boys Black “A” team played their best game of the year against a very experienced Annandale squad, with Annandale prevailing 5-3.
Tournament spirit hit Falls Church High School last week as the boys and girls varsity lacrosse teams entered National District tournament play on May 1.
F.C. U13 Boys Black For the first time this season, the U13 Boys Black lacrosse team was ahead 1-0 at the half against Manassas Battlefield at Moore Cadillac Stadium behind Raphe Schultz’s goal.
F.C. U13 Boys Black The boys played three games over the weekend, from Ashburn, to Wakefield, and then at home on Sunday.
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.
Coming off two victories in scrimmages against Centreville and T.C. Williams High Schools, the McLean High School girls varsity lacrosse team engaged Yorktown High in a season opener home game last Wednesday that ended with a tight McLean loss, 14-13, in double overtime.
Now 52 games into the season, it’s safe to say that the Washington Capitals are a good team.
2008 was a wild ride for the Washington Capitals. And with the club currently boasting a franchise-best point total, 2009 is already looking like it will feature another frenzied spring.
Last weekend, ESPN looked back on the epic clash in the National Football League’s 1958 Championship, known today as “The Greatest Game Ever Played.” The game carries that reputation in large part because it was the first football championship game to be decided in sudden death overtime.