J.E.B. Stuart High School’s crew teams rose to the occasion at the Virginia Scholastic Rowing Championships, taking top honors in several competitions at the Sandy Run Regional Park in Fairfax Park last Saturday.
The George Mason High School boys varsity soccer team beat Madison County at home last Tuesday by a score of 2-1, completing their 10-0 perfect season in the Bull Run District.
The George Mason High School girls varsity lacrosse team experienced a tough week, losing two very close and physical games, first to Loudoun County, 14-13, on April 30, and then 8-6 against Briar Woods last Monday.
Tournament spirit hit Falls Church High School last week as the boys and girls varsity lacrosse teams entered National District tournament play on May 1.
Falls Church High BASEBALL: Falls Church High lost 17-0 to McLean High on Saturday, April 4 in an away game, and again, 12-2, to Langley High on April 6.
Falls Church High Baseball: The Falls Church High baseball team lost 15-5 to Mount Vernon High in a home game on Monday, as well as against George Mason High (10-1) on Tuesday.
Area School Sports Roundup: Bishop Ireton Lacrosse to ‘Watch’ List; Highlanders Play in Basketball Showcase
Bishop Girls, Lacrosse Players are Ones to ‘Watch’ Two Bishop Ireton High School seniors, Lauren Gray and Claire Banta, have been named to the Tewaaraton Foundation 2009 Watch List. They are among the top Washington and Baltimore high school seniors named to the watch list, published this month by the […]
George Mason High School senior Mariagracia Rivas Berger said living in Falls Church for three years, where she was highly exposed to music and arts through teachers and mentors, convinced her to accept an invitation to study vocal performance at the prestigious Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, Va. However, the seed […]
In honor of Senior Night, head coach LaBryan Thomas started all four of his senior players in what was the girls’ final regular season district game of their careers on Tuesday night.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Two Northern Virginia athletes competing at the U.S. National Figure Skating Championships, Ashley Wagner of Alexandria and Tommy Steenberg of Annandale, both recovered from poor short programs to rise up through the ranks in the final standings with strong free skate efforts last weekend.