It was an ugly Friday night for area high school football teams.
Sporting a fog machine for its smoke and mirrors routine and an extravagant stage that would make The Rolling Stones blush, the “ex-gay” group Exodus International held its glitzy annual conference in Asheville, North Carolina. I was in town all week to partner with regional and state organizations to oppose […]
NEWARK, Delaware – The Rev. Dr. John Thomas, the general minister and president of the 1.2 million-member United Church of Christ (UCC) denomination, told 250 delegates to the annual meeting of the UCC’s Central Atlantic Conference at a forum on the University of Delaware campus here Saturday that Sen. Barack […]
Mason’s Thomas is State Champ in 300m Hurdles Last weekend at Radford University, the George Mason High School varsity girls track team rounded out their season in one of the best fashions possible, by finishing as the single A state runner-up despite entering only five runners into the meet.
Led by distance double-winner Susanna Sullivan, the George Mason girls track and field team jumped, sprinted, hurdled and relayed its way to a second-place trophy in last Friday’s Region B Championship in Charlottesville. Now sights are set on the Group A State Championship meet, which starts Saturday at Radford University.
George C. Marshall Boys Soccer The Statesmen soccer team finished their regular season on a strong note with two convincing wins, but not before a loss to defending state champion Thomas Jefferson reminded them of how far they still have to go.
On Saturday the varsity track teams at George Mason High School participated in their second invitational meet of the season, competing against much larger AAA and AA schools at the Freedom Invitational in Woodbridge, Va.
Vincent Baxter’s commute to his new job as principal at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School won’t take much longer in driving time — only three minutes, without traffic, from Mary Ellen Henderson Elementary School where he has served as assistant principal for the past two years. According to the Falls Church […]
It could have been billed as a clash between the student and the master last Saturday, when the George Mason Mustang wrestling squad, with longtime coach John Pitas at the helm, traveled to Maryland to take on the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Barons under the guidance of former Mason wrestler Josh Singer. […]
Peter Don Rose, 57, a highly-popular and respected teacher in the City of Falls Church Schools since 1975, died Friday, Dec. 14, after a long battle with cancer. He taught at the Thomas Jefferson Elementary and, more recently, Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School in the city.