Coming off their loss to Thomas Jefferson on the final day of the Pohanka Automotive Chantilly High School Holiday Tournament, George Mason High School boys varsity basketball coach Chris Capannola threw down the gauntlet. His team seem lackadaisical, almost as if they didn’t want to be on the court during […]
The Marshall High School varsity girls basketball team was unable to put together a stretch of consistent play during the Seventh Place Game of the 2007 Book Jammin’ Hoops Tournament, and fell 42-31 to Thomas Jefferson High School.
Three games into the 2007-08 season, the George Mason High School boys varsity basketball team is still searching for its first win. With injuries already an issue, the Mustangs dropped a pair of contests last week to Word of Life, 64-49, and Tuesday to Potomac Falls, 73-46.
December 6 – 12, 2007
Local Student Performs in Concert Nora McCulla, an Earlham College senior and daughter of William and Cheryl McCulla of Falls Church, performed Earlham’s Gospel Revelations, Percussion and Jazz Concert on Oct. 27 in Goddard Auditorium. McCulla is a member of the Gospel Revelations, which presented five selections including Friend of […]
Steady rain, which began in the region yesterday and that is expected to persist through Saturday, has swiftly allayed worries about the potential impact of the drought conditions here, but Falls Church City Manager Wyatt Shields noted that severe problems persist for much of Virginia and it remains yet uncertain […]
Every fan felt they got their money’s worth. Unfortunately, the George Mason High School JV football team fell just a little short to Potomac by a score of 39-34 Tuesday night.
The No. 4 George Mason High School girls varsity lacrosse team lost to No. 5 Potomac Falls in the opening round of the Dulles District playoffs last Thursday, ending a year that saw the team finish 8-6 in the regular season.
The George Mason High School girls varsity lacrosse team ran its season record to a sterling 7-0 before the Mustangs tasted their first defeat this past Tuesday against AAA school T.C. Williams, 11-4.
The George Mason High School girls varsity basketball team defended its home court from the cross-town rival Raiders last Friday night, rallying from a 12-point deficit to collect the third win of the Mustangs’ young season, 58-48.