TJHSST Cross Country Girls Race to First Place After easily winning the Oatlands Invite’s Girls Varsity B race in Leesburg, Va., the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology Girls Cross Country Team continued their winning streak with a dramatic victory in the Girls Reebok Challenge Race over some […]
W.T. Woodson Spikes It to Marshall High The girls of Marshall High School’s varsity volleyball team suffered a 3-0 loss in last Thursday’s game against the Cavaliers. Final scores for each match were 9-25, 23-25 and 20-25.
The Falls Church Colts ended their season on a low note, failing to win a game in a doubleheader against the Thomas Jefferson Nationals. Even though their campaign ended with losses in four out of the last five games, the Colts are looking ahead to what should be a bright […]
Gov. Kaine Weighs In on 11th District Dem Primary Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine threw his support to Fairfax County Board Chair Gerry Connolly Tuesday, balancing the endorsement U.S. Senator Jim Webb gave last month to Connolly’s rival, Former Rep. Leslie Byrne. Connolly and Byrne appear to be the front runners […]
J.E.B. Stuart Boys Varsity Tennis The Raiders’ undefeated season ran aground in the first round of the Northern Region Tournament Tuesday evening when Fairfax ousted them, 5-1.
George C. Marshall Boys Soccer The Statesmen soccer team finished their regular season on a strong note with two convincing wins, but not before a loss to defending state champion Thomas Jefferson reminded them of how far they still have to go.
Vincent Baxter’s commute to his new job as principal at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School won’t take much longer in driving time — only three minutes, without traffic, from Mary Ellen Henderson Elementary School where he has served as assistant principal for the past two years. According to the Falls Church […]
Spanish-speaking clowns of Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey performed for Luther Jackson Middle School students and their families, teaching them about circus history and its deeply-rooted Latin American Heritage. (Photo: Courtesy Lauren Dyke)
The Marshall High School Statesmen found themselves in an early deficit due to foul trouble and were never able to turn things around, eventually succumbing to a taller, hotter-shooting Thomas Jefferson High School squad Tuesday night by a score of 67-49.
The Marshall High School varsity girls basketball team was unable to put together a stretch of consistent play during the Seventh Place Game of the 2007 Book Jammin’ Hoops Tournament, and fell 42-31 to Thomas Jefferson High School.