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Area High School Sports Roundup

George Mason H.S.

Mustangs Cross Country Land Girls Top in District, Boys in 2nd

The George Mason High School girls cross country team won the district championships last week at Rappahannock County High School. The girls team finished the season 1-14. sports-1

FALLS CHURCH H.S.

Jaguars Cross Country Team Qualifies for Regionals

At the District Championships at Burke Lake Park on Oct. 28, the Jaguar boys and girls cross country teams each qualified for the regional championships by finishing third overall.

Four Falls Church girls finished in the top 15: senior Kim Bruyette (fifth) senior Riley Louden (9th), senior Suh Yang (12th) and sophomore Brooke Bean (14th).

On the boys side, senior Alex How finished fifth and junior Said Matan seventh. This is head coach Rebecca Larson’s seventh season as the head coach at Falls Church, and the first time she’s had both the boys and girls qualify for regionals, which are today, Thursday, Nov. 5.

Falls Church Volleyball Closes Season With 1-14 Record

In girls volleyball action, the Jaguars’ season came to an end with after losing to Edison in straight sets 3-0 last Thursday.

GEORGE C. MARSHALL  H.S.

Statesmen Fail to Break Fairfax Offense, Fall 21-0

The Marshall High football team lost to Fairfax 21-0 at home last week. Fairfax scored all three touchdowns in the second quarter in defeating the Statesmen, who fall to 1-8.
Marshall’s next game is at Madison on Friday, Nov. 6.

Statesmen Volleyball Loss Finishes Post-Season Play

The Statesmen volleyball team’s season came to a close on Monday with a 3-0 playoff loss to Langley.

GEORGE MASON H.S.

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BULL RUN DISTRICT CHAMPIONS, MASON’s girls cross country team. (Photo: Louie Estrada)

Mustangs Cross Country Land Girls Top in District, Boys in 2nd

The George Mason High School girls cross country team won the district championships last week at Rappahannock County High School. The girls team finished the season 1-14.

The team scored 41 points, led by sophomore Eva Estrada, who secured a second place finish in 19:45. Julia Estrada finished eighth, Mollie Breen ninth, Hannah Beaman 10th, Michele de Mars 12th and Claire Constance 14th.

The boys didn’t do too bad either, finishing second at Districts with 77 points. Senior Miles Butler took 10th in 18:10. Daniel Drawbaugh came in 14th and Jeremy Brown 15th.

Regionals were held at Panorama Farms on Wednesday, Nov. 4, with results too late for press.

Mustangs Volleyball Falls Short In Match Vs. Rappahannock

The Mustangs volleyball team wrapped up the regular season with a pair of losses to Clarke County and Rappahannock County last week.

The team finished fifth in the district with an overall record of 7-12.

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MASON’s EVA ESTRADA nears the line, and her second place finish at the championship. (Photo: Louie Estrada)

Mason lost 3-1 against Rappahannock County in the Bull Run District quarterfinals on Wesnesday, Nov. 3.

George Mason Football Has Bye Week, Takes on Strasburg Friday

The Mason football team was off last week, but the 5-3 team retakes the field Friday, Nov. 6 at 7:30 p.m. at Strasburg.

J.E.B. STUART H.S.

Raiders Struggle to Break Streak Of Losses, Season Stands at 3-6

The Stuart High School football team dropped its fourth consecutive game when it lost to Edison 29-20 at home last week.

Chris Ventura rushed for 100 yards and a touchdown, and quarterback Jason Friday threw for 236 yards and ran for a touchdown. The team is now 3-6 and faces Falls Church on the road on Friday, Nov. 6.

Raiders Volleyball Lose Close 1st Round District Match, 3-2

The Raiders’ girls volleyball team fell to Edison 3-2 at home in the first round of the National District playoffs. The girls ended the season with a 8-12 record.

Stuart Cross Country Teams Finish 7th Overall at Districts

The boys cross country team finished seventh at the National District Championships last week, led by Chris Zapple with a time of16:55, good for 10th. The girls also finished seventh.

MCLEAN H.S.

Highlanders Football Drops Tight Game, Holds to 5-4 Record

The McLean High football team fell to Stone Bridge 38-21 last week to drop to 5-4. Riley Beiro rushed for 142 yards and two touchdowns, quarterback William Hecht threw for 125 yards and a touchdown and receiver Jonathan Fremerman had three grabs for 108 yards and a touchdown. The team faces Langley on Friday.

Following 3-12 Season, McLean Volleyball Loses District Match

The McLean volleyball team lost 3-0 to Madison in the Liberty District playoffs.

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