When will the adversity hit for the Mustangs (15-1-1)? Apparently not anytime soon.
Author: Matt Delaney
The Mustangs will host Madison County High School tomorrow night at 5 p.m.
The free community performance is Voce’s way of commemorating its 30th anniversary, and like any milestone year, artistic director Richard Giarusso intends to make it spectacular.
The City of Falls Church officially opened its Capital Bikeshare stations throughout the municipality on Monday, ushering in the latest step in the City’s vision to provide multi-modal transportation options to residents just in time for the Bike to Work Day taking place this Friday across the Washington, D.C. metro region.
After enduring injuries and some youthful learning curves, the Mustangs (11-4-1) are finally starting to click at the right time with the Bull Run District tournament coming next week.
The Mustangs hadn’t allowed a goal since April 23 in their road meeting with Madison County and have outscored Bull Run District competition 79-1 during league play.
In addition to enjoying the festivities at McLean Day 2019, residents of Small District 1A-Dranesville will elect five new members to the McLean Community Center’s 11-member Governing Board.
Hosted by the Jefferson Village Civic Association at Graham Road Elementary just outside the City of Falls Church, a modest crowd gathered to hear what these new candidates intend to do in the wake of incumbent Linda Q. Smyth’s decision not to run for a fifth term in office.
But a Quill-to-Boston connection in the final minute helped push Mason ahead by two goals, and relaxed the team heading into the second half.
But Mason’s appearance as a bully was actually egged on by the Panthers’ coach, who wanted his team to acclimate to harder competition in preparation for the Class 1 playoffs they entered at season’s end (Mason is a Class 2 team).