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 […]
Mason grad Ned Quill holding after being honored as an All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America....
Former Falls Church resident Charlie Edwards, 96, of Springfield won a gold medal in the men’s compound release...
HEAD COACH FRANK SPINELLO (center) with assistant coaches Nate Grenier (left) and Bobby Penland (right). Spinello is...
by Karim Doumar Police Chief Mary Gavin is a triathlete. Community Service Officer James Brooks is a soccer official. Captain Thomas Polera is on the Arlington Fire/Police Ice Hockey Team. Master Police Officer Jennifer “Missy” Elliot plays golf. They are all excited and proud to be representing the City of […]Read more ›
About 10,000 athletes are competing in 61 sports in Fairfax County this week at the biennial World Police and Fire Games which include everything from baseball to wrist wrestling, dragon boating (at the National Harbor in Maryland), paintball, golf, and orienteering.Read more ›
Taylor Wright of Annandale was named a 2015 Brine National All-Star and selected to represent Northern Virginia at the 2015 Brine National Lacrosse Academy and Brine National Lacrosse Classic, which kicked off today in Richmond with player check-in and team practices. The event, showcasing the top lacrosse players throughout the […]Read more ›
The Falls Church Kiwanis Little League wrapped up its Spring season earlier this month, crowning champions and runners-up in multiple divisions and announcing its All-Star teams. The Dodgers defeated the Orioles 4-3 to win the Major Division Championship. In the championship game Jake Pigeon pitched five shutout innings, went 2-2 […]Read more ›
by Liz Lizama In its final rankings of the spring season released this week, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America ranked George Mason High School’s boys varsity soccer team number 1 in Region 1 and number 2 in the nation. The committee considers a number of factors to determine […]Read more ›
by Liz Lizama George Mason High School’s varsity girls soccer team shut out Gate City High School 9-0 in the VHSL 2A state semifinal at Radford University on Friday to advance to the final against Maggie Walker Governor’s School on Saturday. Though Mason had a rough first half against the […]Read more ›