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.
A very pleasant, friendly and amicable environment at Anthony’s Restaurant on West Broad Street in Falls Church makes it a quaint place to have just a nice basic dinner, with a little Italian feeling.
Area Sports Roundup: Lady Mustangs Secure Non-District Win; J.E.B. Stuart Raiders Sweep Bluffton Bobcat Classic
George Mason High School Girls Basketball Mustangs Secure Non-District Win The Mustangs withstood a late rally by host Briar Woods High School in non-district action Monday night, holding on to defeat the AA Dulles opponent, 45-37.
On Sept. 16, the George Mason High School golf team defeated Clark Country to go 9-0 in district play, capturing the Bull Run district title.
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.
As late as a month ago, it felt like the spotlight would never shift. The focus of these Olympics, held in the city of Beijing, would forever focus on China’s socio-political problems.
Lippman Gets Vice-Mayor Job, Also in 5-2 Vote There were smiles all the way around among the over 60 in attendance during a City Hall reception and during formal swearing in ceremonies, but they quickly dissipated when the newly-configured Falls Church City Council cast its first vote Tuesday, and dissent […]
Sen. John McCain has once against thrust the burden for solving the energy crisis on individual families in the U.S. “It has to start at home,” he said yesterday, ignoring the overwhelming evidence that it is deep ideological opposition to any regulation of speculative investment by leaders in his party […]
The U11 girls began the playoffs last Thursday as the fourth seed and beat fifth seed Fort Hunt 21-3 to advance at Moore Cadillac Stadium. Falls Church was paired with Braddock Road in the next game, which was rained out, and under the rules, higher-seeded Braddock Road advanced.
On Saturday, the U11 Boys resumed their winning ways by beating Spotsylvania, 5-3, at George Mason High School’s Moore Cadillac Stadium. Spotsylvania jumped out to a quick one-goal lead before Eriksen Johansen (four goals) and Brandon Ward (one goal) put up five unanswered tallies. The team continued to move […]