The George Mason High School cross country team rounded out an impressive season Saturday, as the girls team placed third overall in the state meet on the Great Meadows Course at Loudon County High School.
Madison — 21, Marshall — 6 The Statesmen’s playoff hopes were dashed as the team best known for late-game surges was all out of juice, falling to Madison 21-6 on Saturday night.
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.
McLean Claims Second Straight on Senior Night; Falls Church Rallies, but Can’t Overcome Deficit
Last Thursday, the George Mason High School Volleyball team closed out an impressive season with a loss at Rappahannock County High School in the semifinals of the Bull Run District tournament, 25-27, 15-25, and 25-27, finishing the year with a record of 15-5.
I thought that if we beat Louisville and West Virginia we’d be a cinch for the National Championship, bada bing! But what’s this I hear about the BCS thing ignoring my Scarlet Knights? Our schedule’s not good enough now? Oh! We paid our dues, now we want our taste. Tony […]
Despite falling to Bull Run District Rival Strasburg High School in the regular season finale last Thursday, the George Mason High School volleyball team rebounded on Tuesday to defeat Manassas Park in three games to advance to the second round of the Bull Run District Tournament.
The rain poured down all night and the temperatures dipped into the low 40s, but not even that dismal weather could dampen the spirits of the faithful, as the McLean High School varsity football team beat Jefferson, 36-20, to give the Highlanders their first win of the season on the […]
Realistically, I don’t think anyone anticipated the Redskins putting Sunday’s game against the Colts in the win column. On the other hand, I don’t think anyone thought Washington would collapse so completely in the second half.
George C. Marshall High School senior Maya Al-Shingieti has accepted a scholarship offer to play women’s basketball at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, a school that recently transitioned to Division I athletics.