The Falls Church High School boys soccer team challenged the Herndon Hornets in a home match on Friday, March 13, that ended with the Falls Church Jaguar’s defeat, 2-1.
Coming off two victories in scrimmages against Centreville and T.C. Williams High Schools, the McLean High School girls varsity lacrosse team engaged Yorktown High in a season opener home game last Wednesday that ended with a tight McLean loss, 14-13, in double overtime.
Statesmen Land Victory on The Diamond During the boys’ first season scrimmage at Annandale High, the George C. Marshall High School varsity baseball team showed the Atoms who’s boss taking the win.
Tuesday night’s road win over the Nashville Predators finally got the Washington Capitals off of their four-game losing streak, but the Capitals need to continue to improve in some areas in order to maintain or improve their position in the Eastern Conference Standings.
For the 13th time this season the Hoyas hit the canvas, losing to St. John’s 59-56 in overtime Tuesday night, and there’s no doubt that Georgetown is now knocked out of any at-large discussion for the NCAA Tournament.
For the second straight season, George Mason High’s Mustang girls varsity basketball team has advanced to the Virginia High School League state Division A championships by winning the Region B title with lopsided 62-35 and 50-23 wins over Dan River and Randolph Henry last weekend in Charlottesville.
As the last seconds ticked away in David Ray’s wrestling championship match Saturday, few in the crowd of 5,000 at the Salem Civic Center realized they were watching the George Mason High School senior make history.
MCLEAN H.S. SENIORS and varsity basketball players (L to R) Caity Flint, Taylor Ancell, with Team Manager Amanda Ball, were all smiles after their last game of the season. This season the Lady Highlanders beat their cross-town rival, Langley High School, not once, but twice. (Photo: Jennifer Baker)
If you happen to know a Georgetown Hoyas fan, forgive them if they seem on edge this weekend, it’s just because it feels like the next two seasons of Georgetown basketball may hang in the balance.
In honor of Senior Night, head coach LaBryan Thomas started all four of his senior players in what was the girls’ final regular season district game of their careers on Tuesday night.