Falls Church H.S. — 28, Thomas Jefferson H.S. — 30 Juniors Miles Hurkamp and Yousef Khatib led an impressive offensive effort against Thomas Jefferson High School, but in the end the Colonials struck the final blow, kicking a field goal with 27 seconds left to secure the win in the […]
The George Mason High School varsity volleyball team has exploded from the gates this season, posting a perfect mark of 4-0 to open 2006. After rolling over Wakefield in three games (25-8, 25-13, 25-11), the Mustangs bested Yorktown and Briar Woods. The latter match against Briar Woods required to the […]
Highlanders Record Stands at 2-2 on the Year The McLean High School girls’ volleyball squad captured their first victory of the season by defeating the Washington-Lee Generals 25-23, 26-24 and 25-20 on Sept. 5. This win came after a difficult loss to West Potomac High School on Sept. 1. In […]
The 2006 WNBA season, the league’s 10th, went all the way to the wire. This year’s title was decided in the fifth game of a five-game final series, where the 2003 champion Detroit Shock outplayed the defending champion Sacramento Monarchs. At times the Monarchs appeared en route to easy victory […]
The George Mason High School 2006 varsity football team kicks off its season looking to continue the success it had last year. After going 6-3 in the 2005 season, falling only to three playoff teams, the Mustangs will look to its experienced line to compliment their youth in the backfield.
Last season the varsity football program at George C. Marshall took an enormous leap forward, finishing with a .500 record that could have been even more impressive if not for a trio of one-point losses.
StubHub.com, which was recently named the fastest growing private business in the country by Inc. Magazine, has recently gained the media limelight for partnering with several local professional sports franchise. For the most part, the articles, such as one in the July 24 edition of the Washington Post, paint a […]
Four matches into the 2006 varsity golf season and the Mustangs are witnessing the fruits of their labor.
It has been one of the best seasons in Washington Mystics history. Playing with enthusiasm and intensity, they’re headed for the WNBA playoffs for only the fourth time in the team’s nine-year history.
Pre-season football bores me to tears. Seriously, I was sitting in front of the TV on Monday night so bored that I was sobbing like Dick Vermeil after, well, after anything really. Coaching, baking, flossing — pick one. But pre-season football can make other, much more titanic men, bawl for […]