Hurricane Gustav is sweeping into Louisiana as this is being written (Monday afternoon). The center of the storm is slightly west of New Orleans, between New Orleans and Houma, which is about fifty miles southwest of New Orleans.
The ball shot off the driving range mat like a Formula 1 racecar. That was good. The only problem was that the Formula 1 racecar seemed to be in the midst of a 90-degree left turn. That was bad. Very bad.
Soccer Thriller in Semi-Finals Paves the Way RADFORD, Va. — Last season was the first for both senior forward Olivia Scott and Head Coach Jennifer Parsons at George Mason High School. Just one year later, the two have teamed up with a core of seasoned veterans and a few exciting […]
Lady Mustangs Advance to State Soccer Final on PKs When senior Olivia Scott entered George Mason High School two years ago, she was given the nickname “Mulan,” more a tribute to her half-Korean heritage than to the heroic qualities associated with the protagonist of the 1998 Disney film. Now, […]
The George Mason High School girls varsity soccer team continued their district dominance this past week, rolling over Rappahannock County 8-0 to remain undefeated in the Bull Run.
When trailing 6-1 at halftime, many teams may concede defeat, only willing to go through the motions of the game in the second half in the face of a near-insurmountable five-goal deficit. The George Mason Lady Mustang lacrosse team isn’t one of those teams.
A good coach knows how to lead and inspire his team when the going gets tough. A great coach balances that immense responsibility with an ability to listen and learn from his players.
Prewitt, Chandler Spark Mason High Effort at Start, Finish For much of Tuesday night’s Bull Run District semifinal game against Manassas Park, Mason junior Joel Chandler struggled. He struggled with possession, struggled finding his man on defense, struggled boxing out. But when his team needed him most, after giving away […]
Left in committee Thanks to the press, many people know that numerous bills considered in the House of Delegates never receive a recorded vote. No minutes are taken of subcommittee votes so the chair of the full committee has to rely on the chair of the subcommittee to report accurately […]
I went to my first Creating Change conference in Detroit last week – where the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force brought together nearly 2,000 GLBT activists from across the nation. While I was looking forward to catching up with friends, I was not sure what to expect. My past […]