Articles by: Matt Delaney

Hawks Claw Mustangs, 42-22

September 26, 2018 6:12 PM0 comments

Facing a future Class 3 opponent, George Mason High School’s football team fell 42-22 to Skyline High School for its first loss of the season. The Mustangs (2-1) struggled throughout to establish some semblance of the dominance they enjoyed in their opening two games. Senior running back Jack Felgar led […]

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Mason Football Shuts Out Governors in Romp

September 19, 2018 6:51 PM0 comments

A thunderstorm cancellation against Sidwell Friends School two weeks ago could’ve stalled George Mason High School’s momentum from a season-opening 38-0 win, but the group showed no rust in an impressive 48-0 homecoming blowout over Nelson County High School last Friday. From top to bottom, Mason (2-0) dominated this game. […]

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Mustangs Rebound from Sweep Last Week to Handle Lee, 3-1

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George Mason High School’s volleyball team bounced back from its sweep last week for a 3-1 take down over Class 5 opponent Robert E. Lee High School Monday night. Equilibrium has been re-established for the Mustangs (4-3). Against Lee, Mason’s starters crisply positioned passes and effectively converted their scoring chances, […]

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El Patron Wins Best Taste, The Kensington F.C. Best Menu at Fall Festival

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Concern about the arrival of Hurricane Florence blew over mid-week and Saturday’s newly-minted Fall Festival went as planned with the Community Center parking lot packed to the gills. New restaurant El Patron Bar & Grill came away as the winner of the Best Taste category, with The Kensington Falls Church […]

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Press Pass: Rainbow Rock Band

September 17, 2018 12:00 PM0 comments

The terms “G-rated” and “rock’n roll” may sound like a paradox (especially to those of you older than 40). And in most cases, you’d be right. But the exception to that rule can be found in just one glimpse of a Rainbow Rock Band show. The band talked with the […]

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Fava Pot’s Unlikely Success Jives With Owner’s Belief in Herself

September 14, 2018 12:00 PM0 comments

Everybody loves the story of a scrappy individual who achieves greatness and wealth thanks to their guile, diligence and courage in the face of immense risk. But what about the person who’s professionally successful and financially secure, only to bet the farm on a new venture they have no experience […]

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Judges Talk Celebrity Chefs, Opinions on Leftovers & More

September 13, 2018 1:42 PM0 comments

 Nader Baroukh, Former City of Falls Church Mayor 1. Do you have any special methods to prepare for being a Taste of Falls Church judge? I may try to go on a long bike ride to work up a healthy appetite. I will also bring my wife and daughter with […]

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Mason Volleyball’s Rough Start Spelled Trouble Vs. W-L

September 12, 2018 9:24 PM0 comments

Nearing the completion of the first third of the season, George Mason High School’s volleyball team fell in straight sets to Arlington County neighbor Washington-Lee High School on Tuesday night. The Mustangs (2-3) were flat out of the gate and paid for it as the visiting Generals capably handled Mason […]

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New Sports Season Brings Optimism for Mustangs

September 5, 2018 7:25 PM0 comments

With the heat subsiding and the excitement of a new school year plastered onto every teacher and student (and parent) face alike, there may be no group happier than George Mason High School’s fall sports athletes and their coaches. This season will see some teams looking to build toward their […]

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In Annual State-of-City Interview, F.C. Mayor Tarter is Very Upbeat

August 30, 2018 8:34 AM0 comments

City of Falls Church Mayor David Tarter believes things are looking up for Falls Church.

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