by Matt Delaney George Mason High School’s volleyball team continues to be red-hot as they extended their win streak to six matches after a dramatic victory against reigning Bull Run District champion Madison County by a score of 3-1 (25-9, 25-10, 20-25, 25-23) at home on Sept. 29. The fourth […]
by Matt Delaney In what was hinted at being a near-guaranteed victory by junior outside hitter Kate Karstens, she lived...
Mason senior running back D’Montae Noble (left) has been practicing with the Mustangs and will be back in action against...
Mason sophomore midfielder Meredith Johnson chases down a ball during the Mustangs’ Sept. 2 defeat of Kettle Run...
by Kate Karstens In a 40-22 loss to Sidwell Friends varsity football on Sept. 11, the George Mason Mustangs were left scrambling on the field, unable to use the momentum from last week’s blowout against the Rappahannock County Panthers. The game could have been much worse, but the Mustangs managed […]Read more ›
by Steve Pratt Fairfax junior tennis player Natasha Subhash continued her run of success on Monday during the first round of the U.S. Open Junior Tournament being played at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center before being eliminated from the tournament on Tuesday, Sept. 8. The 14-year-old Subhash, a freshman […]Read more ›
by Kate Karstens George Mason High School’s varsity football team trampled over the Rappahannock County Panthers with a 55-0 victory on Thursday night, giving the Mustangs a 1-0 start to the season. The Mustang attack was led by senior running back Hunter Sulc and junior wide receiver Dustin Green, who […]Read more ›
by Liz Lizama While George Mason’s high school fall sports program saw its share of wins and losses last year, the Mustangs have all been hard at work to make the upcoming season a stronger one. The field hockey and volleyball teams already kicked off their seasons. The football and […]Read more ›
by Kate Karstens Natasha Subhash, a freshman at Falls Church High School, will be the youngest Indian-American girl to compete in the U.S. Open Championships this week in Flushing Meadows, NY. She recently achieved the wildcard to compete in a qualifying match at the tournament. Subhash, according to the Tennis […]Read more ›
by Kate Karstens Edward Quill, a 2015 graduate of George Mason High School, made history as a 2014-15 Soccer All-American Scholar by the National Soccer Coaches of America Association. He is the first Mason athlete to do so and the only Virginian awarded with the honor this year. Earlier in […]Read more ›