By Drew Costley George Mason High School’s winter sports season officially kicks off the first week of December with season openers for all of the Mustangs’ varsity sports teams. Many Mustang coaches are hoping to build on the success of past seasons, and one team will attempt to chart a […]
Sophomore running back D’Montae Noble looks for a hole to run through after being met at the line of scrimmage...
Cross country runners train to run their best race as individuals and to get top places at the finish line to benefit...
By Drew Costley George Mason High School’s varsity football team finished the regular season with a winning record...
By Drew Costley George Mason High School’s varsity volleyball team lost 3-1 (19-25, 21-25, 26-24, 20-25) to Madison County High School in the semifinals of the Conference 35 tournament last Thursday. “I was very proud of the way our girls played,” said head coach Erik Healey. “They fought for every […]Read more ›
Athletes from 26 schools traveled to Panorama Farms last Wednesday for the 2A East Regional Meet. At the end of competition, both the boys and girls teams from George Mason High School were awarded second-place trophies for their performances. The boys team ran first, with Mason runners taking their place […]Read more ›
By Drew Costley George Mason High School’s varsity volleyball team beat Stonewall Jackson High School in straight sets (25-19, 25-18, 28-26) on Tuesday in the quarterfinals of the Conference 35 playoffs. The Mustangs (12-8) were ahead 23-18 in the third set when the Generals (2-15) went on a 6-1 run […]Read more ›
By Drew Costley George Mason High School’s varsity football team was dominated by undefeated Clarke County High School 35-2 last Friday. Mustang Head Coach Tony Green said his team played well despite being outmatched by the Eagles, who are fourth in the AA Virginia High School League rankings. “That’s a […]Read more ›
The Falls Church High School competition cheer squad made an explosive entrance into its new conference. On Oct. 23, in front of a large crowd at Mount Vernon High School, they performed their routine to perfection. Stunts, tumbles, flips, and catches all came together in a dynamic performance that marked […]Read more ›
Both the Mason boys and girls cross-country squads were the top teams at the Conference 35 championship meet last Wednesday at New Market Battlefield. Not only did both teams bring home first-place trophies, but both teams had all seven of their runners place among the top 20 finishers. The boys […]Read more ›