As the last seconds ticked away in David Ray’s wrestling championship match Saturday, few in the crowd of 5,000 at the Salem Civic Center realized they were watching the George Mason High School senior make history.
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.
“Ray, Schwind and Hillegass.” That’s been the mantra of George Mason High School wrestling for most of this season.
While most students were catching up on their sleep during the holiday break, George Mason High School’s varsity wrestler David Ray was adding to his collection of championship medals.
The J.E.B. Stuart Raiders headed to the National District semifinals tournament on Thursday to take on the Mount Vernon Majors for the third time this season; however, their tournament run would end there, losing 64-59.
The George Mason High School gymnasium, better known as “The Pit,” was the scene of non-stop action Saturday from 10 a.m. until after 3 p.m. as the Mason wrestling team hosted teams from Liberty, Fauquier and Chantilly high schools in the first of their two home dates of the […]
Harris’s 23 Pts. Not Enough Tuesday night’s clash between the Mt. Vernon Majors and host J.E.B. Stuart High School see-sawed back in forth for four quarters and a full overtime before the Majors finally distanced themselves to claim the hotly contested battle, 72-66.
The George Mason High School wrestling team wrapped up the 2007 portion of its schedule on a positive note at the Stuart High School Raider Invitational Dec. 22, when four members of the team made it to the finals. David Ray won the individual title for his 140 lb weight […]
Stuart Shows Well, While Statesmen Slip The McLean High School varsity boys basketball team came out with tons of energy for the championship game of the McLean Holiday Tournament. They hustled, contested shots, scrapped for every loose ball and knocked down their open looks.
When Corey Harris hears the blues, he knows exactly what he wants.