Marshall Swimmers, Divers Find Some Successes Behind a solid all-around effort from the entire team, the George Mason High School varsity boys swimming team was able to keep their undefeated record in the Bull Run District intact, as they downed Strasburg and Clarke last Wednesday, 79-11 and 61-33, respectively.
Mustangs Prepare for Upcoming Date With Local Foe F.C. High Last season, despite their impressive finish in their first year as a varsity sport, the George Mason High School swimming team still had one more obstacle to overcome entering the 2007 campaign: defeating Clarke County.
A back and forth battle became a fourth quarter thriller and ultimately needed overtime as the Manassas Park Cougars clipped the George Mason Mustangs, 57-54, in the semifinals of the Bull Run District Tournament last Tuesday night.
Last Tuesday the George Mason High School varsity swimming team participated in the Region B Championship at Strasburg High School where the boys squad continued their total domination of Single A opponents. The Mustangs bested four other teams, as they put up 30 points more than second-place Clarke County to […]
Last Saturday, Jan. 20, the George Mason High School varsity swimming squad closed out its regular season with a meet against Briar Woods High School. While the men pulled out a narrow victory, 144-120, their fellow lady swimmers were unable to complete the sweep of the AA Falcons, as they […]
The final score says that the George C. Marshall High School girls varsity basketball team defeated the Madison Warhawks by 12 points in their grudge match for first place in the Liberty District. Those inside the Marshall High gymnasium know that final margin belies the full tale of the Statesmen’s […]
Last week, the George Mason High School swimming team participated in two meets, faring extremely well in both, while their boys 200-yard freestyle relay team and freshman Kelley Frank qualified for the Virginia State Championships.
Last Saturday, the George Mason High School varsity swimming team participated in their very first meet as a letter sport and they made it count at the Dunn Loring YWCA.
The George Mason High School cross country team rounded out an impressive season Saturday, as the girls team placed third overall in the state meet on the Great Meadows Course at Loudon County High School.