George Mason High School varsity girls lacrosse’s junior goalie Meghan Powell, left, stops a Potomac Falls shot on goal during Monday’s 11-7 victory for Mason in the AA Dulles District Tournament Quarterfinals. (Photo: Courtesy Jane Johansen)
At a ceremony at Mount Vernon on Tuesday, I was honored to receive, along with Senator Ralph Northam of Norfolk, the Legislator of the Year Award from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
Our environment is literally choking on plastic bags.
Days after the 2008 Summer Olympics kicked off in Beijing, senior citizens of Chesterbrook Assisted Living Residence in Falls Church celebrated the start of their first ever Wii Olympics with an opening ceremony on Tuesday. Residents at Chesterbrook enjoyed an afternoon of festivities, and an appearance by Steve Gurney, publisher […]
On Saturday, the Falls Church Colts 18U AAU team remained sharp on their summer campaign, splitting a doubleheader with the Potomac Vandals at George Mason High School (GMHS). The Colts won the first game 4-3 before dropping the latter contest, 11-7.
Chantilly Cleans House at NSPA Chantilly High School took two first place awards at the National Scholastic Press Association conference held recently in Anaheim, Calif. Chantilly High’s “Andromeda” snagged first place for literary magazine. The magazine is overseen by Advisor Bretton Zinger, with An Ly serving at its editor. The […]
The Mason High varsity baseball team scraped out a pivotal win over district opponent Rappahannock on Wednesday, April 23, the first of two Bull Run District wins on that week.
The Mustangs were experiencing a strange new feeling this season — the sting of a loss. With three days to straighten themselves out before a home game with Potomac Falls, the Mason lacrosse team was preparing for a strong second half of the season.
Following last Monday’s game against Potomac Falls, the George Mason High School boys varsity soccer team trotted off the field at Moore Cadillac Stadium with a sense of accomplishment and pride on their faces, unfazed by the fact that they were the owners of the low number in the 2-0 […]
Spring Hill elementary students (left to right) Ashley Tseng, John Bucy and Emily Hamilton encouraged peers to conserve energy with compact fluorescent light bulbs at an assembly last week in honor of the upcoming Earth Day, April 22. (Photo: Courtesy Le-Ha Anderson)