Last Thursday, the George Mason High School Volleyball team closed out an impressive season with a loss at Rappahannock County High School in the semifinals of the Bull Run District tournament, 25-27, 15-25, and 25-27, finishing the year with a record of 15-5.
Despite falling to Bull Run District Rival Strasburg High School in the regular season finale last Thursday, the George Mason High School volleyball team rebounded on Tuesday to defeat Manassas Park in three games to advance to the second round of the Bull Run District Tournament.
Back to back wins place Mustangs at 12-3 on the year Last Thursday the George Mason High School Volleyball team rolled to a four-set victory over cross-town rival J.E.B. Stuart 25-16, 28-26, 22-25, 25-17. The following Tuesday, the Mustangs had very little trouble defeating fellow Bull Run District member Manassas […]
Marshall H.S. — 8 , Langley H.S. — 7 After last week’s heart breaking one-point loss, Marshall came up on the other side of the ball on Friday night, taking Langley’s homecoming game 8-7.
After stumbling out of the gates, the George Mason Mustang girls volleyball team defeated Bull-Run district rival Madison County in five games on Tuesday night, 16-25, 25-22, 25-10, 22-25, 15-11.
Falls Church H.S. — 17, Washington-Lee H.S. — 0 As Saturday afternoon’s grayish skies started to clear, the Falls Church Jaguars continued to cause a storm on the football field, blanking visiting Washington-Lee 17-0 to cap off homecoming weekend.
George Mason’s girls volleyball team continued their early season dominance winning against National Cathedral on Monday and sweeping Briar Woods Tuesday night, to improve to 6-1 on the year.
After a successful 2005 campaign, Mason High School’s cross country team continued its success in two meets last week. At Strasburg last Wednesday, both the boys and girls teams placed second overall and had strong individual performances.
Falls Church H.S. — 28, Thomas Jefferson H.S. — 30 Juniors Miles Hurkamp and Yousef Khatib led an impressive offensive effort against Thomas Jefferson High School, but in the end the Colonials struck the final blow, kicking a field goal with 27 seconds left to secure the win in the […]
Last year Fairfax County Police Officer First Class Lance T. Guckenberger, a star quarterback for the 1992 George Mason High School Mustangs in Falls Church, made a life-saving, spectacular play on the field of real life. This week was honored for his heroism as the recipient of the Virginia Association […]