Never underestimate the importance of preparation for any single poker session or tournament. Similarly, never dismiss certain scientific facts regarding the human brain’s ability to function optimally. I’ve learned plenty of valuable lessons as a 15-year professional poker veteran and none is more critical than the importance of preparation. It’s […]
The McLean High School girls volleyball team swept the Thomas Jefferson Lady Colonials last night in three straight (25-13, 25-17, 25-21) which advanced the Highlanders to the semi-final round of the Liberty District Tournament.
Huber’s 4 Goals Pace Mason Past M.C.
A pair of low-stress matches, including a four-goal performance by striker Eddie Huber on Tuesday, have eased the Mustangs into the most crucial remaining game on the schedule, Friday at Clarke County.
Marshall Boys Upend Atoms, Pull Record to .500 With 2-1 Win
The George C. Marshall boys varsity soccer team pulled its record back to .500 with a win in its first match since the spring break hiatus, 2-1 over Annandale Tuesday night.
Marshall Sports Briefs
Marshall Gymnasts Advance to Regionals Marshall High Schools’s Laura Katz and Sarit Cliffer advanced to the Regionals after Monday night’s Liberty District meet. Katz placed first on the vault with a 9.550, fourth all around (35.975), fifth on floor (9.30), fifth on beam (8.85) and seventh on bars (8.25). Cliffer […]
Annette Mills, Dave Eckert Hailed, as They Leave, for Contributions to F.C.
F.C.’S DYNAMIC DUO Every town is a mirror of the people who live in it. In Falls Church over the past two decades, that mirror has often reflected the unique vision of two community ultra-activists: Dave Eckert and Annette Mills.
McLean High School Volleyball Continues Up and Down Season
Highlanders Record Stands at 2-2 on the Year The McLean High School girls’ volleyball squad captured their first victory of the season by defeating the Washington-Lee Generals 25-23, 26-24 and 25-20 on Sept. 5. This win came after a difficult loss to West Potomac High School on Sept. 1. In […]
My Sporting View: ‘O’ How Things Have Changed
Last Saturday was this writer’s first trip to an Orioles game since the Nationals showed up in D.C. last year, a nostalgic return after a two-year hiatus to the same Camden Yards stadium that had become synonymous since its opening with my deep and abiding love for the game of […]
Nicholas F. Benton: Boys Crying
It took a tremendous amount of will power, perhaps whispering to themselves that age-old emotion-stilling mantra, “Dead cats and nuns, dead cats and nuns,” to keep the announcers at the Little League championship game from losing it Monday afternoon.