By Hermela Hailemariam George Mason High School’s varsity volleyball team soundly defeated Falls Church High School 3-0 (25-19, 25-6, 25-15) on Monday, Sept. 15, at Falls Church. Mason head coach Eric Healey said the Mustangs were working to defend their position during each set. “I think we played as a […]
Senior running back Austin Clark runs past defenders from Wakefield High School during the Mustangs’ 42-0 loss to...
Junior Darcy Jones is marked by a Bishop O’Connell player. The Mustangs are on a four-game win streak after defeating...
George Mason High School’s fall sports season is already under way with some teams looking to build on the success...
Falls Church High School’s varsity football team will host Annandale High School in Falls Church’s second annual Mosaic Bowl tomorrow night. The game, which is sponsored by the Mosaic district shopping center, is a battle between two local high school varsity football teams to kick off the new season. In […]Read more ›
By Ian Graig George Mason High School’s field hockey team started their second varsity season with two wins in the first three games of the regular season. The Mustangs opened the year at home against Bruton High School, a perennial field hockey powerhouse from the Williamsburg area that defeated the […]Read more ›
Alex Smith will be fulfilling two people’s dreams when he throws out the first pitch at a Little League Baseball World Series game on Friday afternoon – his own and his grandfather’s. That’s because Smith, a 12-year-old resident of the Little City and former member of the Falls Church Kiwanis […]Read more ›
On the first Thursday of the George Mason High School’s varsity football team’s training camp George Mason head coach Tony Green blew his whistle to pause the team’s pursuit drill. Some of the less experienced players on the team, under the intense summer sun, had started dragging their feet during […]Read more ›
By Drew Costley George Mason High School’s varsity girls soccer team won its seventh consecutive Virginia High School League state championship with a 2-1 victory over Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School last Saturday. The George Mason Mustangs are the record holders for the most consecutive state championships with seven straight […]Read more ›
By Drew Costley George Mason High School’s varsity boys tennis team competed in the Virginia High School League singles, doubles, and team state championships last week, but did not take first place in any of those competitions for the first time in five years. The George Mason Mustangs had won […]Read more ›