As far as prolific recruiting classes go, the four freshmen that took the court for the Georgetown Hoyas in 2004-05 did not appear particularly remarkable at first inspection. The big gangly dude was 7-foot-2, but still managed to miss layups a foot from the hoop. The short kid was a […]
Quick Strikes by Stone Bridge Stop Statesmen in Semifinals
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.
After Losses GCM Vents on Stuart; Stone Bridge Blanks on McLean, 38-0
Picking Splinters: School Spirit Makes March a Time to Remember at GU
Forget about the accolades for a minute. Forget about the Big East Championships or the Sweet 16 appearance this Friday night. Forget about the top 10 national ranking. Forget about the Big East Player of the Year that looks like a lottery pick, or the two McDonald’s All-Americans set to […]
Picking Splinters: At 100, Georgetown Looking Strong Thanks to JTIII
You only had to look out on the Georgetown University “All-Century Team,” announced during halftime of the Hoyas’ game against Marquette last Saturday, to be reminded of the glory of the program’s 100 years — the three Final Four appearances in four years from 1982-85, the 1984 National Championship and […]
Mustangs Take 1st District Game
Kenny, Thompson Lead GMHS From the Inside A come-from-behind victory over AAA Fairfax in the Chantilly Tournament highlighted the holidays for the George Mason High School girls varsity basketball team, but a 32-23 road win over Madison County was an equally nice “welcome back” present for the Mustangs, as the […]
Mustangs Clip Falcons
The George Mason High School girls varsity basketball team used an 11-4 second-quarter run to take the lead and a 16-2 third-quarter run to pull away from the Briar Woods Falcons, defeating Briar Woods 57-39 at the Mustang Gym Monday night.