McLean H.S. Co-ed Crew Team Wins Gold The McLean High School co-ed crew team captured five gold, five silver and three bronze awards, to go along with 29 top-eight finishes, at the 2009 MidAtlantic Erg Sprints, held last Friday, Jan. 31 at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria.
Picking Splinters: Bring on the Stretch Drive
Now 52 games into the season, it’s safe to say that the Washington Capitals are a good team.
Mason Boys Hoops Coach Upbeat on Team’s Future
The second half of its Bull Run District season stalled by the weather-induced postponement of last night’s scheduled game at Madison County, the George Mason High School boys basketball team awaits Clarke County this Friday night at home.
Picking Splinters: Gekko’s False Creed with Manny, Tek
Gordon Gekko’s greed creed is dead. The words that rang oh so true in the world of Major League Baseball have been proven completely and utterly worthless this offseason.
Princeton Tigers ‘Full Speed’ Ahead with Jordan Culbreath
Adorning the football locker room of Marshall High School is a slogan, the ultimate reflection of both the Statesmen program and one of the most stellar student-athletes to ever graduate from the Falls Church school: Full speed. Full time.
GMHS Wrestling Trio Continues Wins, Ray Remains Undefeated
“Ray, Schwind and Hillegass.” That’s been the mantra of George Mason High School wrestling for most of this season.
Wrestling Ray Racks Up 1st, Medal Over Winter Break for Mason H.S.
While most students were catching up on their sleep during the holiday break, George Mason High School’s varsity wrestler David Ray was adding to his collection of championship medals.
Picking Splinters: No Longer the Underdog
Yeah, it’s just one win. Sure, this guarantees nothing in terms of postseason success.
Picking Splinters: : Christmas Mailbag
Are you surprised that Jim Zorn has kept his job after the collapse that kept them out of the playoffs? I probably would have been fired twice by now… Marty S.
Celebrating a Christmas Tradition: Furnishing a Roast Goose at the Table This Holiday Season
Whereas the Crachits could hardly have contained their excitement at Scrooge’s gift of a large prize turkey, they would have been just fine with the lackluster Christmas goose – unlike in America, goose has been the norm for the Europeans, especially before the 16th century.