Falls Church High Baseball (1-13): (April 23) loss vs. Washington-Lee, 16-6. (April 24) loss vs. Edison, 6-3. (April 27) loss vs. Mount Vernon, 11-6. (April 28) loss vs. Yorktown, 16-5. Next game is May 1 at Yorktown.
Coming off two victories in scrimmages against Centreville and T.C. Williams High Schools, the McLean High School girls varsity lacrosse team engaged Yorktown High in a season opener home game last Wednesday that ended with a tight McLean loss, 14-13, in double overtime.
Mike, You chirp about how the Redskins are going to cakewalk to wins in their next three games and then they immediately lose to the winless Rams. Thanks for the jinx, jerk.
G.C. Marshall High – 0Stone Bridge High – 63 The George C. Marshall High School Statesmen suffered a rough loss last Friday, Sept. 12 versus Stone Bridge High School – the same high school recently given the 23rd spot out of the top 100 high school football teams in the […]
Several rain outs and a 1-4 start have provided for a disappointing beginning to the summer for a talented Falls Church Post 130 American Legion team.
The George Mason High School boys varsity soccer team claimed the Region B title, but their season ended following that high-water mark after a surprising 1-0 loss to upstart King William High School in the State Tournament quarterfinals hosted at Mason on Tuesday night. With hearts as heavy as the […]
The 2008 season of the George Mason High School varsity baseball team, a campaign that at times bore a likeness to a roller coaster ride, finally came to a close Monday night with a 3-2 loss to Luray in the quarterfinals of the Region B Tournament.
The Falls Church High School boys varsity lacrosse team avenged its lone National District loss from the regular season and toppled Yorktown to claim the National District Tournament title last Friday night.
A 17-7 loss to the Dominion Titans in the Dulles District quarterfinals on May 8 marked the end of the season for the George Mason High School girls varsity lacrosse team.
After winning their first eight games of the season, the Falls Church High School varsity boys lacrosse team dropped two straight in the final week of April, none more painful than the 7-6 loss to Yorktown on April 28.