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 […]
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 […]
From small, do-it-yourself projects to dramatic large-scale procedures that require a contractor, there are several home improvement jobs that are currently all the rage. The News-Press caught up with Kevin Krom of Ardent Home Services in Sterling and John Taylor of Brown’s Hardware in Falls Church to find out the […]
The acclaimed drama department at Marshall High School in Falls Church rolls out its latest musical comedy production, “City of Angels,” beginning tonight, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. Performances will also be Friday and Saturday night and Sunday at 2 p.m. at the school’s auditorium at 7731 Leesburg Pike.
The Falls Church High School boys varsity lacrosse team continues their impressive turnaround from last season, improving their season mark to 7-0 just one year removed from a one-win season.
Falls Church High Boys Lacrosse The Jaguars have opened their season on a four-game winning streak. After escaping Stone Bridge with a 13-12 victory earlier in the season, Falls Church posted a huge home blowout over Wakefield, 19-2.
McLean Boys Lacrosse The Highlander Lacrosse team traveled to the West Springfield Invitationals last week where they earned third place, losing against Hayfield, 11-4, on Tuesday, March 18 and picking up a win in overtime two days later against Mount Vernon. In the 12-11, overtime win against Mount Vernon, the […]
Coming off their first loss of the season to Briar Woods High, the George Mason High School varsity girls’ basketball team entered the Pohanka Holiday Classic hoping to make some noise in the field predominately comprised of AAA schools.
Every year, The Sidney Awards go to the authors of the best magazine essays, and every year the psychic costs grow worse. The Sidneys have become so prestigious and so life-altering that the winners know that everything they produce hereafter will be anti-climactic. Some crack up — F. Scott Fitzgerald […]
The post-season run of the Marshall High School Statesmen came to an end last Friday, as the team fell in the Division 5 semifinal to Stone Bridge, 49-29.