Mike,Looks like the Redskins took your advice and drafted for need rather than splash. What do you think of their haul? Joe G.
Top of the District, McLean Softball Beats Marshall
Coming off two big wins against South Lakes last week, McLean High School’s varsity softball team, number one in the Liberty District, were in position to take on George C. Marshall High on May 1.
Mason High I.B. Artists Display Talents
Sixty George Mason High School students from the International Baccalaureate (IB) program put their hard work on display last week with an end-of-year art show.
Falls Church Kiwanis Little League Report
Spring’s promise of hope was in the air as some 400 players ages 5 – 12 representing 35 teams joined with their families to launch the Falls Church Kiwanis Little Leagues’ 61st season on Saturday, April 18, at Westgate Park.
Anything But Straight: The Globalization of Gay Bashing
The latest alleged anti-gay terrorism in Iraq – is gluing shut the anuses of homosexuals, while forcing the victims to ingest a form of Ex-Lax.
School News & Notes
Falls Church Schools Names 2009 Support Staff Employee Falls Church City Public Schools (FCCPS) named band paraprofessional Larry Allen as the 2009 FCCPS Support Staff Employee of the Year for his 10 years of service at George Mason High, Mary Ellen Henderson Middle and Thomas Jefferson Elementary Schools.
Picking Splinters: Signs Point to Strasburg
I thought that after the season started there would have been at least some visible evidence that would add some optimism to the Nationals’ season.
School News & Notes
Mason Student Wins Second Place In Poetry Contest Julia Douglas, a student at George Mason High School, won second place in the Poetry Out Loud Competition on March 5 at the Library of Virginia in Richmond.
Mason Swim Shines at Region, States
Both the George Mason High School boys and girls swim teams continued their undefeated campaigns last Friday, Feb. 13, dominating the field during the Region B Meet. The Mason boys were crowned Region champs for the second time, while the girls squad won their first-ever Region title.
Picking Splinters: Hoyas Hanging On
If you happen to know a Georgetown Hoyas fan, forgive them if they seem on edge this weekend, it’s just because it feels like the next two seasons of Georgetown basketball may hang in the balance.