The first step for the cross country post-season took place last Wednesday at Rappahannock County High School with the Bull Run District meet. The Mustang girls placed first with six runners in the top 14, and the boys were third with two placing in the top 14. The top seven […]
by Ian Graig Mason’s field hockey team goes on the attack against Northampton High School during their 1-0 victory...
mason’s Junior running back D’Montae Noble tries to around the corner against Warren County during their 30-25 loss...
George Mason High School alumna Sally Karstens started the Dig Pink event at Mason last season and her former teammates...
Several City of Falls Church, McLean and Arlington Youths participated in the Battlefield Tournament over Columbus Day weekend. The Premier Athletics Club U10 Navy Elite Team (shown above) won first place in the U10 Boys White Division. Front (left to right): Logan Donley, Jack Ettinger, Jake Nielsen, Jack Nelson, Tucker […]Read more ›
With the rain starting Friday night at Mason’s Homecoming game, the Mustang runners knew they were heading off for a soggy day when they boarded their buses Saturday morning. Still just how much thick, deep mud awaited them at Bull Run Park was a surprise to everyone. With rain during […]Read more ›
by Ian Graig The George Mason High School varsity field hockey team finished its regular season with a strong 11-3 record after an exciting and hard-fought 3-1 win at home on Tuesday night against Patriot High School. The win, which came before a big and boisterous Senior Night crowd, capped […]Read more ›
Perfect cross country weather and great competition led to some fast times for the Mustangs at the Octoberfest Invitational at Great Meadow Park in The Plains last Saturday. Almost 60 Mason runners were entered in seven of the day’s eight races at the invitational, where they ran against several 6A, […]Read more ›
By Ian Graig George Mason High School’s varsity field hockey team won its fifth game in a row on Monday, defeating the Jaguars of Falls Church High School 3-0. Mason led the hard-fought game 1-0 at the half on a goal by sophomore Sarah Lubnow, who put the ball past […]Read more ›
by Hermela Hailemariam George Mason’s girls varsity volleyball team triumphed over Manassas Park High School on Tuesday, Sept. 30, defeating them 3-0 (25-16, 25-22, 25-20) at home. Mason lost their previous game against 3-2 to Pope John Paul the Great Catholic School on Monday and haven’t won all three sets […]Read more ›