As the summer temperatures begin to trend their way towards a cooler climate, the Nationals are starting to heat up. Finally.
Following their respectively undefeated 2007 summer swim season, both Lee Graham Pool and High Point Pool in Falls Church moved up divisions in the Northern Virginia Swimming League (NVSL). With the move, both pool teams – each nicknamed the Dolphins – faced stiffer competition during the 2008 competition.
Twice in recent weeks, Sports Illustrated baseball guru Jon Heyman has mentioned the heat has steadily been increasing underneath the seat of Washington Nationals’ General Manager Jim Bowden. It’s all just speculation at this point, but it does offer an opportune time to discuss Bowden’s tenure with the team.
The Falls Church Colts ended their season on a low note, failing to win a game in a doubleheader against the Thomas Jefferson Nationals. Even though their campaign ended with losses in four out of the last five games, the Colts are looking ahead to what should be a bright […]
Mason High Offshoot Team Begins Season 4-1-1 After disbanding for one year, the 18U Falls Church Colts have experienced a revival of sorts this summer, as the AAU team under the direction of George Mason High School varsity baseball coach Adam Amerine has gone undefeated in their first five games, […]
Several rain outs and a 1-4 start have provided for a disappointing beginning to the summer for a talented Falls Church Post 130 American Legion team.
This is getting old. Right? The Nats not playing well, it’s a little too reminiscent of all the seasons Washington fans wasted on the Senators, isn’t it? The fans — and the taxpayers that are footing the bill for the new ballpark — deserve better don’t they?
AA (Regular Season) Storm 12 — Lugnuts 8: On June 3, the Storm and Lugnuts completed a suspended game, with the Storm coming out on top 12-8. Joe Andres of the Lugnuts had some of the game’s brightest moments, ripping a double in the first inning and making a […]
Mason’s Thomas is State Champ in 300m Hurdles Last weekend at Radford University, the George Mason High School varsity girls track team rounded out their season in one of the best fashions possible, by finishing as the single A state runner-up despite entering only five runners into the meet.
Not rain, nor lightning, nor Randolph Henry High School could keep the George Mason High School boys varsity tennis team from another berth in the State Tournament.