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.
As the last seconds ticked away in David Ray’s wrestling championship match Saturday, few in the crowd of 5,000 at the Salem Civic Center realized they were watching the George Mason High School senior make history.
After beating neighbor Marshall High School 60-49 in convincing fashion, the George Mason High School basketball team dropped two tough games last week against Loudoun County and Broad Run.
McLean Boys Lacrosse The Highlander Lacrosse team traveled to the West Springfield Invitationals last week where they earned third place, losing against Hayfield, 11-4, on Tuesday, March 18 and picking up a win in overtime two days later against Mount Vernon. In the 12-11, overtime win against Mount Vernon, the […]
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 […]
On Monday night, two D.C. sports teams reaped victories over their rivals thanks in large part to their role players.
Harris’s 23 Pts. Not Enough Tuesday night’s clash between the Mt. Vernon Majors and host J.E.B. Stuart High School see-sawed back in forth for four quarters and a full overtime before the Majors finally distanced themselves to claim the hotly contested battle, 72-66.
Briar Woods battled to the best of its abilities, rallying from eight points down on the road at halftime, but the Mustangs would not be denied their second win of the season, claiming the contest in overtime, 70-67.
On July 28, local powerhouse McLean Freedom brought the 16U national championship to the Northern Virginia area, as the ladies defeated the Dallas Texans 91 Red, 3-2, to capture the victory in the final match of the 2007 US Youth Soccer National Championship Series in Frisco, Texas.
A back and forth battle became a fourth quarter thriller and ultimately needed overtime as the Manassas Park Cougars clipped the George Mason Mustangs, 57-54, in the semifinals of the Bull Run District Tournament last Tuesday night.