The George Mason boys swim team took second place and the girls earned fifth place at the 2A State meet. Justin Britton took first place in both the 50 freestyle and 100 backstroke and set a new state record in the 50 freestyle. Adam Janicki also took first place in […]
A season full of learning experiences came to a close for George Mason High School’s varsity boys basketball team...
Sarah Lubnow plays defense during the Mustangs’ 51-37 win over the Greensville County High School Eagles in the 2A...
The George Mason High School Swim teams headed to the state meet at the Christiansburg Aquatics Center, outside Blacksburg,...
George Mason High School’s varsity boys basketball team performed up to par in the Conference 35 tournament this past week, notching a 53-45 overtime win over Central High School on Saturday night before falling to Madison County High School, 43-39, on Tuesday. The Mustangs’ (16-8) 1-1 record in the tournament […]Read more ›
A strong start to 2017 continued as George Mason High School’s varsity girls basketball team stormed through the Conference 35 tournament, beating Strasburg High School, 52-32, in the opening round and Clarke County High School, 39-27, in the final. Mason (20-4) claimed its second consecutive Conference 35 crown, the first […]Read more ›
The George Mason Boys Swim Team brought home more hardware this past weekend, winning the 2A East Regional meet with 138.5 points. Justin Britton was named 2A Regional Male Swimmer of the Year. The George Mason girls placed 5th overall at the regional meet.Read more ›
With the regular season coming to a close, George Mason High School’s varsity boys basketball team gained steam heading into the postseason with three wins in four games. The Mustangs notched victories against Rappahannock County High School, 70-39, Clarke County, 70-41, and Warren County, 61-49, before falling 50-47 to Madison […]Read more ›
The George Mason High School girls varsity basketball team finished the regular season on an 11-game win streak, taking down Clarke County High School, 42-33, Warren County High School, 60-27 and Madison County High School, 48-21, to solidify their spot atop the Conference 35 standings. “We just went 14-0 and […]Read more ›
Surrounded by a gaggle of adoring friends, teammates, coaches and parents, George Mason High School seniors Rebecca Crouch and Derin Kokuuslu signed letters of intent Wednesday to play Division I college soccer. Crouch, who committed to the University of South Florida, played an integral part in three of Mason’s nine […]Read more ›