Tournament spirit hit Falls Church High School last week as the boys and girls varsity lacrosse teams entered National District tournament play on May 1.
When you have a bad day in most sports your teammates are able to cover for you and carry you through, but in wrestling when things go bad they are powerless to help.
This Saturday brings one of the top college football match-ups of the season and with it the first round of playoffs for the sport.
Falls Church’s Argia’s restaurant was named DC Central Kitchen’s “Eating Well/Doing Good Restaurant of the Month.” To celebrate, Argia’s will donate 10 percent of the proceeds from three special entrees — Mussels Argia, Linguine Campagnola, and Pancetta wrapped pork tenderloin — to DC Central Kitchen through the month of August.
Gov. Kaine Weighs In on 11th District Dem Primary Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine threw his support to Fairfax County Board Chair Gerry Connolly Tuesday, balancing the endorsement U.S. Senator Jim Webb gave last month to Connolly’s rival, Former Rep. Leslie Byrne. Connolly and Byrne appear to be the front runners […]
After four consecutive years of winning the Virginia state title, it was a reasonable expectation that the George Mason High School boys varsity tennis team would be favored to repeat as Bull Run District champions. But no one thought they’d be handed the crown before the season even started.
May 24 – 30, 2007
Don’t look now, but according to the computer rankings portion of the BCS Standings, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights are the No. 2 team in the nation. Take a second to soak that in.