Led by distance double-winner Susanna Sullivan, the George Mason girls track and field team jumped, sprinted, hurdled and relayed its way to a second-place trophy in last Friday’s Region B Championship in Charlottesville. Now sights are set on the Group A State Championship meet, which starts Saturday at Radford University.
After posting strong showings in the Bull Run District track and field meet last week, 11 George Mason High School athletes will compete in the Region B championships on May 23 in Charlottesville, Va.
The George Mason girls high school basketball team isn’t the only local team that’s deserving of your attention and admiration this year.
Mason High Girls Rally, But Fall Just Short in State Tourney When the final buzzer sounded in last Friday’s game at the Siegel Center at Virginia Commonwealth University, the metaphorical clock struck midnight on the Cinderella that was the George Mason High School girls basketball team and no Prince Charming […]
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‘Family’ Ties, Full Court Pressure Help Mason Girls Light Up Foe After Blackout Three weeks ago, before their opening round contest of the Region B tournament against Strasburg, the George Mason High School varsity girls’ basketball squad came to a consensus decision.
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The season of the George Mason High School boys basketball team came to an end one game short of a berth in the Virginia Group A state tournament, falling to No. 1 seeded Buckingham in the Region B semifinals, 60-45.
String of Upsets Nets Mason High Region B Title The George Mason High School girls varsity basketball team slipped on their glass slippers this past week, upsetting three higher seeds to claim the Region B Tournament and earn a spot in the Group A Virginia State Tournament, continuing what Mason […]
The J.E.B. Stuart Raiders headed to the National District semifinals tournament on Thursday to take on the Mount Vernon Majors for the third time this season; however, their tournament run would end there, losing 64-59.