Mike, Seems like the NFL’s signal callers are having a rough go of it this season.
On Sept. 16, the George Mason High School golf team defeated Clark Country to go 9-0 in district play, capturing the Bull Run district title.
G.C. Marshall High – 0Stone Bridge High – 63 The George C. Marshall High School Statesmen suffered a rough loss last Friday, Sept. 12 versus Stone Bridge High School – the same high school recently given the 23rd spot out of the top 100 high school football teams in the […]
When the Yankees and Orioles play out the final game at Yankee Stadium this Sunday, it will be from a far different script than many had foreseen at the start of the season.
This Saturday brings one of the top college football match-ups of the season and with it the first round of playoffs for the sport.
Marshall Takes the Win Against Hayfield On Thursday, Aug. 28, George C. Marshall High School’s Varsity Football team beat Hayfield Secondary School 23-12 in Marshall’s first official game of the 2008-09 season. As reported last week, Marshall also won its scrimmage prior to the regular season over the Dominion Titans.
The NFL season kicks off Thursday night, making the obvious question of the week “are you ready for some football?”
The News-Press takes a look at George Marshall, George Mason, Falls Church and J.E.B. Stuart’s 2008 football teams.
There is a different atmosphere at the J.E.B. Stuart High School practice field this summer – a new coach has stepped in, the losing mentality that has plagued the Varsity football team for the past few years seems to be gone and the team has gotten bigger, faster and stronger.
After brushing aside a constant downpour followed by brutal heat, the best swimmers at High Point Pool in Falls Church held their own in a meet featuring the fastest from across the Northern Virginia region, posting numerous personal-best times in the All-Star Individual Meet at Little Rocky Run last Saturday.