Swimming in what senior Jeff Williams referred to as “the best pool [they] would swim in all year,” the George Mason High School varsity swim team took full advantage of the opportunity presented to them, as the boys defeated AAA Falls Church and Wakefield last Friday night.
Mustangs Prepare for Upcoming Date With Local Foe F.C. High Last season, despite their impressive finish in their first year as a varsity sport, the George Mason High School swimming team still had one more obstacle to overcome entering the 2007 campaign: defeating Clarke County.
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.
Going into their final regular season game against the Strasburg Rams, the George Mason High School football team knew that their postseason fate only partially rested in their hands, with the rest of their destiny controlled by a team hundreds of miles away.
The Marshall High Statesmen spanned the touchdown-scoring spectrum to start their opening-round playoff game and would never relinquish their lead in a dominant 35-14 win against Mt. Vernon High School last Friday night.
Over a 10-day period in October, items were reported stolen from three separate Arlington County police vehicles while at Koons Ford on East Broad Street in Falls Church. According to police reports, perpetrators removed a host of articles, including police apparel, taser cartridges, pepper spray, ammunition and school floor plans.
The high-scoring rivalry game between Falls Church and J.E.B. Stuart High School kicked off with 40 combined points and a 20-20 tie at halftime, but the Jaguars took control of the game, and the vaunted Bell, with 21 second half points for a 41-28 victory.
The pass went up, a perfect spiral over the shoulder of two defenders gasping for breath, and was hauled in by the receiver in the back of the end zone for the 20-yard score. Then it happened. The receiver stumbled down to the turf and lay motionless, as an ambulance […]
Highlanders Earn First District ‘W’; Marshall Can’t Survive Woodson
Before the hail and the rain came pouring down last Friday night, the George Mason High School varsity football team brought about their own storm, as Joel Chandler led his squad to a 42-6 bombardment of Rappahannock County on Mason’s homecoming night.