by Kate Karstens With a crushing 47-0 defeat, the George Mason varsity football team was booted from post-season play in the second round of the Regional Tournament by Clarke County (11-1). The defeat damaged the Mustangs’ record to 8-4 and ended their four-game winning streak. “That loss doesn’t define our […]
MASON’S ESTELLE TIMAR-WILCOX earned her second consecutive All-State honors at the 2A state meet. (Photo: Carol Sly) Making...
MASON SENIOR D’MONTAE NOBLE stiff arms an Amelia County defender during the Mustangs’ 42-28 win over the Raiders...
Mason’s varsity volleyball team won the Conference 35 tournament for the first time on Thursday, Nov. 5 before getting...
by Kate Karstens The George Mason High School’s varsity football team finished their regular season on Friday, Nov. 6, with a victory over the Central Woodstock Falcons, 43-19, and clinching their spot in the Region 2A East tournament. Central’s preparation to take down star running back D’Montae Noble was an […]Read more ›
For the 17th consecutive year, the George Mason Girls Cross Country team qualified for States. At the 2A East Region meet last Wednesday, Mason placed second with 76 points behind Maggie Walker Governor’s School , first with 30 points. With the top 6 teams in a region moving on, the […]Read more ›
by Matt Delaney George Mason High School’s varsity volleyball team stormed into postseason play with a thumping over the visiting Madison County Mountaineers in straight sets (25-17, 26-24, 25-21). If a team wants to make a run in the postseason they must solidify strengths and atone for weaknesses. For Mason, […]Read more ›
by Jeffrey Wojtala After completing a successful regular season George Mason High School’s varsity field hockey team fell in the opening round of the region 4A West playoffs on Monday night 6-1 to Poguoson High School. The team put up a valiant effort against Poquoson in southeast Virginia. Senior Caroline Duffett […]Read more ›
by Kate Karstens Staying one step ahead of the competition proved vital for George Mason High School’s varsity football team, who faced Madison County High School on Friday, Oct.30. The Mustangs finished their final home game of the season, 42-27, keeping their first place rank in the Bull Run District. […]Read more ›
by Kate Karstens Home losses hurt, but first place feels good. After a crushing 47-14 home loss to Clarke County on Homecoming night, the George Mason varsity football team bounced back with a road win against the Warren County Wildcats, 56-42 on Friday, Oct. 23 on the strength of six […]Read more ›