Chantilly Holiday Tournament Ahead for Mason The old adage states that good teams will always find a way to win. Perhaps the best indication of this came this past Tuesday night, in which the George Mason High School varsity girls’ basketball team persevered past a sluggish first half against […]
In their first four games to open up the 2007 season, the George Mason High School varsity girls’ basketball team had three contests on the road against much bigger AA schools. Despite the constant bus rides and matchups against opponents from a higher division, the Mustangs took all three games […]
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.
The Bobby Forst era has opened with a rousing success, as the George Marshall High School boys varsity basketball team claimed the title of the Potomac Construction Tip-Off Tournament last weekend. The Statesmen first topped Falls Church High School 56-34 before edging Friendship Collegiate Academy in the championship, 62-60.
And we thought that parity talk only pertained to college football.
Last Wednesday the George Mason High School girls’ varsity basketball team protected their own floor by defeating Strasburg High School 44-24 to take over sole possession of second place in the Bull Run District.
The George Mason High School varsity girls basketball team went into last Friday’s game against Clarke County looking to avenge a four-point loss to the Eagles on Jan. 4, but the Eagles would have none of it.
Rebounds, FTs by Schwengel Prove the Difference A couple of proverbial nail biters gave the George Mason High School boys varsity basketball team a couple of Bull Run District wins last week, as the Mustangs narrowly topped both Strasburg and Manassas Park by a total of just six points.
The George Mason High School boys varsity basketball team dropped another close contest last Wednesday, falling 62-60 to rival Clarke County. This time, at least, the difference between winning and losing did not come from the foul line.