Articles by: Matt Delaney

Mustangs Stumble, But Rebound in States

June 6, 2018 8:20 PM0 comments

George Mason High School’s boys soccer team’s season full of relative ease hit some rough patches this week when it suffered its first loss of the year to Staunton-based Robert E. Lee High School in the regional championship before getting a hard-fought road victory over Maggie Walker Governor’s School in […]

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Mason Girls Stay Hot in Playoffs

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An uneven regular season is just a speck in the rearview mirror for George Mason High School’s girls soccer team as it sits two wins away from winning its 11th straight state championship this weekend. The past week saw Mason (15-3-1) win every which way one could imagine. In the […]

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The Choir School Performs at St. Patrick’s on June 15

June 1, 2018 3:15 PM0 comments

The Choir School at St. Peter’s, based in Charlotte, North Carolina, will be performing at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church (3241 Brush Dr., Falls Church) on June 15 at 7 p.m. Now in its 25th season, The Choir School is an auditioned community choir dedicated to helping young musicians develop with […]

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Mustangs Double-Down with 2 Shutouts in Postseason Action

May 30, 2018 4:43 PM0 comments

The utter dominance of George Mason High School’s boys soccer team emanates from every simple pass to scoring chance as they bowled over East Rockingham High School in the regional opener and Central High School in the Bull Run District championship. Where, when and even how this team will be […]

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Mason Girls Ground Pair of Eagles in District, Regional

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As they enter the heart of the postseason, George Mason High School’s girls soccer team appears stronger with each game after moving past East Rockingham High School in the Regional opener and Clarke County High School in the Bull Run District championship. This is a different Mustangs (13-3-1) team than […]

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Wang Humbly Obliges Request to be Grand Marshal

May 25, 2018 11:30 AM0 comments

She may be slight and more soft-spoken with her age, but pay no mind Midge Wang’s appearance when it comes to her stature as the City’s longest-tenured historian. Wang’s full of factoids about Falls Church and knows the trends that shaped the City into what it is today. That’s why […]

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New TV Series Emphasizes Role of Diplomacy as it Faces Murky Future

May 24, 2018 10:30 AM0 comments

The year is 2025. Following almost a decade of lax international involvement, the United States has ceded ground to foreign powers China and Russia in global relations and influence. Now the new president of the U.S. is struggling to play catch-up after a years-long hold on the State Department’s efforts […]

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Mason Girls Pick Up Momentum in Postseason Opener Against Central

May 23, 2018 7:59 PM0 comments

George Mason High School’s girls soccer team started the postseason on the right foot after taking down Central High School 3-0 Tuesday night on a rain-soaked field. The conditions brought some problems for the Mustangs (11-3) but they overcame the slick turf and slippery ball to turn out a complete […]

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Mustangs Handle Rams, Prep for District Championship

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Carrying over its strong finish from the regular season into the playoffs is George Mason High School’s boys soccer team, as it brushed aside Strasburg High School 13-0 Tuesday night. By the time Mason (13-0-1) took the field the wet ball and turf that slowed the varsity girls’ soccer game […]

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Interactive Art Exhibit Debuts at Seven Corners

May 17, 2018 12:54 PM0 comments

Right in the heart of Seven Corners, passersby will notice a new public art exhibit designed to highlight residents and the broader community that calls the area their home. INOUT is a purple, eight-foot solar-powered cube that sits on the grass lot adjacent to Sleepy Hollow road and serves as […]

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