The McLean High School varsity softball team surged ahead with two victories against South Lakes last week, raising their tally to 14 wins and only three losses so far this season.
Victorious Mustang Girls Progress to Semifinals
The George Mason girls basketball team put their season on the line in the opening round of the Region B Tournament Tuesday night, and did not disappoint the home crowd.
Bowing Out With Grace
MCLEAN H.S. SENIORS and varsity basketball players (L to R) Caity Flint, Taylor Ancell, with Team Manager Amanda Ball, were all smiles after their last game of the season. This season the Lady Highlanders beat their cross-town rival, Langley High School, not once, but twice. (Photo: Jennifer Baker)
Hoop-Shooting Lady Mustangs Trample Over Clarke County
UPDATE: The Lady Mustangs lost 47-41 to Strasburg Thursday, Feb. 19 at home during the finals of the Bull Run District Tournament. After earning a bye for the quarterfinal round, the George Mason High School girls varsity basketball team opened their postseason play this Tuesday with a 54-39 win over […]
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Lady Mustangs Tune Up for Tourney With Wins
The Mason High girls lacrosse team ended their regular season in strong fashion, winning their final two Dulles District games last week in preparation for the upcoming district playoffs.
Spring Sports Briefs
Mason High Girls Tennis The Mason girls tennis team, after winning three of their last four matches and upsetting Freedom High School last Tuesday with some clutch play from their doubles teams, played host to National Cathedral last Thursday. The Mason girls squeaked out another tough victory, winning 5-4 over […]
Following Setbacks, Mason High Girls Lax Claws to .500
The George Mason girls lacrosse team faced a dangerous point in their season in the middle of last week, but have since turned the tide to even their season at .500.
Spring Sports Briefs
George C. Marshall Boys Soccer
Helen Thomas: Letters Maybe a Thing of the Past
WASHINGTON — Sad to say, with the popularity and availability of email, personal letters may soon be a thing of the past.