The Falls Church High School boys varsity lacrosse team avenged its lone National District loss from the regular season and toppled Yorktown to claim the National District Tournament title last Friday night.
For the first time this millennium, a team has completed the Bull Run District boys varsity schedule with a flawless mark of 10-0-0, after the George Mason High School Mustangs’ topped Clarke County 4-0 in their final game of the regular season.
The George Mason High School boys varsity lacrosse team rallied to defeat Dulles District quarterfinal opponent Potomac Falls, 11-4, last Thursday night, setting up a semi-final showdown against Broad Run. Broad Run is the only team to defeat Mason during the Mustangs’ 14-1 regular season.
The Mustang offense broke through in a big way last Wednesday, snapping out of a two-game shutout streak and exploding for an unimaginable 30 runs in their road win over Manassas Park.
A 17-7 loss to the Dominion Titans in the Dulles District quarterfinals on May 8 marked the end of the season for the George Mason High School girls varsity lacrosse team.
J.E.B. Stuart Boys Varsity Tennis The Raiders’ undefeated season ran aground in the first round of the Northern Region Tournament Tuesday evening when Fairfax ousted them, 5-1.
The George Mason High School boys varsity soccer team negotiated two more obstacles to their pending perfect season in the past week, topping both Madison County and Strasburg by 2-0 margins to clinch the Bull Run District regular season title.
The Mustang boys lacrosse team finished its season on the same note as it began — a dominant string of victories, firmly entrenching the team in the upper echelon of the Dulles District.
After all the intensity, after all the build-up, after all the anticipation from last year surrounding this year’s grudge match between Clarke County and the George Mason High School’s girls varsity soccer team, it ended in a tie.
After winning their first eight games of the season, the Falls Church High School varsity boys lacrosse team dropped two straight in the final week of April, none more painful than the 7-6 loss to Yorktown on April 28.