That’s it. I’ve learned my lesson. I’m done with predictions. Apologies to Jim Le … er, “The Marlboro Man” from last week’s column. I clearly know nothing about the game of baseball.
Marshall H.S. — 8 , Langley H.S. — 7 After last week’s heart breaking one-point loss, Marshall came up on the other side of the ball on Friday night, taking Langley’s homecoming game 8-7.
Stan Kasten, the new President of the Washington Nationals, picked a good day to address a luncheon at the prestigious National Press Club in downtown Washington, D.C., last week. A day before the closing weekend of the regular season, with rumors abounding about the fate of manager Frank Robinson, the […]
In Year Two of Washington’s Reboot, Ownership Sets a Goal of Playoffs, but Expects Only Progress This is not the year. To most fans of the rebuilding Washington Capitals, the lack of playoff expectations hardly comes as a surprise. And while the lowered expectations were never openly voiced during the […]
With back to back matches two nights in a row, the McLean High School girls volleyball team was not able to capture a victory against the unbeaten Langley Saxons (16-25, 25-23, 22-25, 11-25). The Highlanders rallied to take the second game with good passing and strong net play from the […]
Statesmen Wide of the Mark, Marshall Misses OT XP; Short Week Proves Rough Week for Area Programs Marshall H.S. — 6, Woodson H.S. — 7 (OT) Highly anticipated as Northern Virginia’s “game of the week” Thursday’s clash between Marshall and Woodson was low on points but high on thrills. Despite […]
Coming off a strong 2005 season including a district championship for the boys, J.E.B. Stuart High School’s cross country teams continued to roll with wins last week against Washington-Lee, Edison, and Mount Vernon.
He’s now a reality TV star, an elite model who will proceed to Season Two of the Janice Dickenson Modeling Agency show, which has an enormous cult following as the most popular show ever aired on the Oxygen cable network.
Do you remember what you were thinking at this point in the 1998 season? Do you remember the energy surrounding Mark McGwire’s pursuit of Roger Maris’s record for home runs in a single season? The record that made the number 61 sacred? Do you remember the fist pumps and the […]
It has been quite a season for the George Mason varsity golf team. After losing their No.1 player from last year and the departure of Head Coach Dan Wilkie, the team believed this season to be a “rebuilding year.” However, with three crucial victories last week against Strasburg, Manassas Park, […]