Last week, House Democrats elected a strong, diverse team that is prepared to advance the kind of legislative agenda that the American people voted for in the midterm elections.
Limping in with Pocket Aces
There are opposing schools of thought as to whether you should limp in before the flop when holding a big pocket pair like aces in No Limit Texas Hold’em.
Physical Tells That Tell You Plenty
The world’s greatest poker players can read their opponents like a book. They happen to be great human lie detectors. It isn’t magic, though, as there are several key tip-offs that you too can look for when trying to read opponents.
Langley Saxons Sweep Past Statesmen
The shaky referees stand was about the only thing in Langley’s green and white colors that seemed to teeter, as the undefeated Saxons volleyball team made quick work of George Marshall, sweeping the best of 5 series by taking the first three games on Monday night.
Senior Leaders Pave the Way for Stuart Runners, Boys Team Eyes Repeat as District Champions
Coming off a strong 2005 season including a district championship for the boys, J.E.B. Stuart High School’s cross country teams continued to roll with wins last week against Washington-Lee, Edison, and Mount Vernon.
Mason V-Ball Ups Record to 6-1
George Mason’s girls volleyball team continued their early season dominance winning against National Cathedral on Monday and sweeping Briar Woods Tuesday night, to improve to 6-1 on the year.
GMHS XC Takes Helping of Seconds
After a successful 2005 campaign, Mason High School’s cross country team continued its success in two meets last week. At Strasburg last Wednesday, both the boys and girls teams placed second overall and had strong individual performances.
McLean Splits Pair, Preps for Rival Langley
The McLean High School girls volleyball team went up against a very strong Chantilly team on Monday night, losing the match 3 games to none (22-25, 10-25, 18-25). The first game went down to the wire with the Highlanders getting strong net play from Teka Tshishimbi, who had several fine […]