A pair of low-stress matches, including a four-goal performance by striker Eddie Huber on Tuesday, have eased the Mustangs into the most crucial remaining game on the schedule, Friday at Clarke County.
With a record of 6-0-1 in the Bull Run District, the Mustangs control their own destiny and with a tie against the Eagles can clinch the regular season title with wins over Manassas Park and Madison County next week.
Even with the breathing room, Mason isn’t taking the Clarke game lightly.
“Losing to Clarke is never an option,” Mason Assistant Coach Franks Spinello said.
The teams kick of at 7 p.m. Friday.