Mason’s Darmstadter Named Nat’l Player of the Week

April 23, 2014 11:23 AM0 comments

By Drew Costley Paul Darmstadter, a senior midfielder on George Mason High School’s boys varsity soccer team, was named National Player of the Week by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and last Wednesday. He won the award for his performance during the week of April 4 to […]

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Update: ‘Diamond Dreams’ Game at Mason Cancelled

April 22, 2014 1:33 PM0 comments

Update: Due to impending storms and bad weather, this game has been cancelled. It will be rescheduled, but a new date has not yet been determined. When George Mason High School’s baseball team hosts Clarke County High School this Friday, April 25, the Mustangs and Eagles will be facing off and […]

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Mason Boys & Girls Soccer Teams Drub Clarke Co. Rivals

April 16, 2014 6:46 PM0 comments

By Drew Costley Both of George Mason High School’s varsity soccer teams routed Clarke County High School’s varsity soccer teams last Wednesday. The boys soccer team bounced back from its first loss of the season with a 5-1 win over Clarke County last Wednesday. George Mason (6-1,6-1) Head Coach Frank […]

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After Repeat Concussions & 2 Years’ Recovery, Mason Goalie Makes Triumphant Return

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By Drew Costley In early December 2011, George Mason High School senior Rebecca Moot suffered a concussion after being elbowed in the head while defending an opposing team’s guard for George Mason’s varsity basketball team. As a result, Rebecca, a sophomore at the time, was sidelined for 12 days, but […]

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Mason Track Athletes Battle Bigger Conferences at Handley Invite

April 15, 2014 11:40 AM0 comments

To kick off their spring break, the George Mason High School boys and girls track teams met at school at 5:45 a.m. last Saturday for an 80-mile bus ride to Handley High School in Winchester and a full day of competition. Twenty teams participated in the 73rd annual Handley Invitational; while Mason […]

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F.C. High Jaguar Athletes Sign to Play College Sports

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On April 8, five senior Jaguar athletes from Falls Church High School signed to play sports at the college level. Katie Hulette, a softball player, will be continuing her academic and athletic career at Catholic University. She has received an academic scholarship thanks to her 3.8 GPA, work through her […]

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Pro Team DC Breeze to Kick Off Ultimate Frisbee Season at George Mason High

April 9, 2014 3:11 PM0 comments

Baseball. Basketball. Football. Soccer. The top professional sports with huge fan followings are focused on a ball. The way it’s batted and dribbled, thrown and caught, kicked into goals or lobbed into nets is the stuff of bated-breath anticipation, merriment or mourning, and fan frenzy. But fans of Ultimate are […]

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Mason Girls Post Big Margins in 6-Game Streak

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By Drew Costley George Mason High School’s girls varsity soccer team has scored 22 goals in its last three victories combined and is on a six-game win streak to start off its 2014 campaign. Despite big margins of victory and high goal tallies, the George Mason Mustangs (6-0, 6-0) have […]

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Mason Track Athletes Qualify for Postseason Competitions

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The George Mason High School boys and girls track and field teams were tested last Saturday at the Ram Country Invitational, not only by stiff competition from more than a dozen area high schools, but also by the absence of some athletes traveling with the high school’s band for competition. […]

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Manassas Park Busts Mason Boys Soccer District Win Streak, 2-1

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By Drew Costley George Mason High School’s boys varsity soccer team lost to Manassas Park High School 2-1 on Tuesday. It was the George Mason Mustangs’ first loss to a district opponent since the 2012 Bull Run District semifinals, when they lost 3-2 to the Manassas Park Cougars. George Mason […]

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