Articles by: Matt Delaney

City Reacts to News of Bike Trail Improvements

December 13, 2018 5:05 PM0 comments

Local cyclists, bike shop owners and pedestrians chime in on what they think of the proposed changes to the W&OD trail in 2020.

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Mason Girls Clear Conscience with Season’s 1st Victory

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Victory was tasted at last by George Mason High School’s girls basketball team, who ended its season-long skid by defeating John Paul the Great Catholic High School 46-42 Tuesday night. The Mustangs (1-4) had their work cut out for them entering the final frame. With Mason trailing the visiting Wolves, […]

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Rebounding Takes Center Stage as Mustangs Dominate Boards in 63-52 Win

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A 63-52 triumph over Loudoun County High School marks three straight and an official win streak for George Mason High School’s boys basketball team to open their season. The Mustangs (3-1) are passing their primary two tests from the preseason — playing full court defense and collecting rebounds — with […]

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Northside Social Adds New Parking in Nearby Condo Lot

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The move to add spaces, announced on social media Monday, comes after an unprecedented number of cars have been towed in the neighborhood since the coffee and wine bar opened with just a lone accessible parking space six months ago.

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Lost Dog Expands Its Adoption Operation in Northern Va. Area

December 7, 2018 11:00 AM0 comments

Spurred by the the last two summers’ bouts of hurricanes and a little opportunism, Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation has found a second home in Seven Corners

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‘Civil War Christmas’ Shines at Tysons’ 1st Stage

December 6, 2018 1:00 PM0 comments

With the holidays and their all-encompassing cheer afoot, 1st Stage Theatre in Tysons is putting a historical spin on the season with their showing of “A Civil War Christmas: An American Musical Celebration.” Taking place in 1864 on Christmas Eve in Washington, D.C., the play weaves together the stories of […]

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Mason Boys Respond to Opening Loss with Consecutive Wins

December 5, 2018 7:18 PM0 comments

Early returns are promising for George Mason High School boys basketball team’s shift in defensive philosophy, which spearheaded a 78-26 home win over Brentsville District High School on Nov. 30 and built momentum toward a 60-51 overtime win over Broad Run High School Tuesday night. The Mustangs (2-1) appear to […]

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Growing Pains Amplified for Mustangs Against Higher Classified Competition

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George Mason High School’s girls basketball team is taking its lumps to start the year with a 62-37 loss at the hands of Yorktown High School on Nov. 29 followed by a 63-25 loss to Flint Hill High School Tuesday night. There was expected to be a bit of an […]

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Winter is Coming…And So is the Winter Sports Season

November 28, 2018 8:31 PM0 comments

As winter coats and mittens are pulled out of the back of the hall closet, George Mason High School sport fans congregate inside their seasonal chapel to watch a new slate of Mustang teams compete for glory. But is glory within reach? Programs that got a taste of it last […]

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This Week in Sports: Cross Country

November 14, 2018 6:14 PM0 comments

A DREARY NOVEMBER DAY didn’t prevent the Mustangs from competing in the Class 2 Cross Country state championships last weekend, where Jo Sevier (left) led the girls to an 8th place finish with 160 points and completed the race in 25th overall herself. PACING THE BOYS for their best finish […]

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