2024-06-15 12:38 AM

Anything But Straight: Constructing Closets

In the Middle East, homosexuals don't exist because there is a discernible lack of rainbow flag waving, show tune loving and Mimosa-sipping gays. There is also an absence of out politicians, ala Barney Frank, GLBT political organizations or trendy gay nightclubs. This, of course, is because homosexuality is a Western invention and Arab men – […]

Mustangs Let One Slip Against Stonewall, 26-22

Antonio Folks (No. 7) takes off down the field for Mason as Sean Mondragon (No. 51) clears a path for his running back. (Photo: Bob Morrison, Bonnie Briar Productions)

Before the opening kickoff of George Mason High School’s football meeting with host Stonewall Jackson High last Friday, Mason lineman Brady Hatfield bellowed out a soliloquy for his teammates in the huddle, whose spirits were not dampened by the constant downpour and frigid winds.

Anything But Straight: Gay Pride and Putin

The first sign that Russia’s march toward freedom was on a downward spiral came on June 16, 2001, when George W. Bush said of Russian President Vladimir Putin, "I looked the man in the eye. I found him to be very straight forward and trustworthy and we had a very good dialogue. I was able […]

Mason High Topples Stonewall Jackson


The George Mason High School boys varsity soccer team dropped its season opener, 3-0, to Robinson last Wednesday and the Mustang coaching staff is very, very pleased.

Mustang Girls Even Record Behind Hamill

On Tuesday night the George Mason Girls’ Varsity soccer team demolished Region B rival Stonewall Jackson 6-0, improving their record to 1-1 on the young season. The team was led by freshman Karen Hamill and Kelley Frank, who scored three and two goals against Stonewall, respectively.


In wrestling action in The Pit at George Mason High School Saturday, the George Mason Mustangs went 2-1 in competition against Yorktown, Freedom (Woodbridge), and Region B rival Stonewall Jackson.

Mustangs Fall to Single A Rival Stonewall-Jackson 32-0

The Mustangs wrap up a Madison County ball carrier last Friday night (Photo: Bob Morrison, Bonnie Briar Productions LLC)

Costly Turnovers Prove Difference in Loss to Generals   For the second week in a row, cloudy skies and sprinkles of rain provided the backdrop for a shutout at Moore Cadillac Stadium, but this time, the tables were turned for the George Mason High School varsity football team.