The News-Press takes a look at George Marshall, George Mason, Falls Church and J.E.B. Stuart’s 2008 football teams.
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 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.
Two straight shut-out losses to Bull Run District opponents has George Mason High School Baseball Head Coach Adam Amerine stewing about his team’s lack of offense and the Mustangs sagging in the standings after a 3-2 start in district play.
Falls Church High Boys Lacrosse The Jaguars have opened their season on a four-game winning streak. After escaping Stone Bridge with a 13-12 victory earlier in the season, Falls Church posted a huge home blowout over Wakefield, 19-2.
The George Mason High School JV football team lost last week at home to Madison County High School in a high-octane offensive thriller that finally ended with a score of 34 – 28.
It was sloppy. It was a shootout. It came down to the wire. Quite frankly, however, a win is a win for the George Mason High varsity football team, as the end certainly outweighed the means in the Mustangs’ 44-43 nail-biting victory over Madison County High School Friday night.
The defense of the George Mason High School junior varsity football team got down to business Monday night, as they stuffed Strasburg High School, 35-8, to open up Bull Run District play. So far for the team, it has either been feast or famine, as most of their contests have […]
Compared to last week’s high octane contest this game was a comparative dud for the George Mason High School JV football offense. Last week the Mustang offense scored 34 points — this week the offense coughed up the ball four times and scored only once. Mason searched for consistency all […]
The McLean High School varsity field hockey team’s season has been filled with ups and downs throughout the course of the summer and fall months, but if track record is any indication, the Highlanders are sitting in prime position for a winning streak as they enter district play next week.