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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Mustangs Fall in State Quarterfinal

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A landmark season for George Mason High School’s volleyball team came to end Saturday night when the Mustangs fell 3-1 to Poquoson High School in the Class 2 State quarterfinals. Never before had Mason (16-8) made it to Virginia’s Class 2 state tournament, let alone past the opening round of […]

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F.C. High’s Marshall Blazes Way into School Lore Despite Unimposing Size

November 8, 2018 10:00 AM0 comments

Virginia as a state may be one of the country’s hotbeds of football talent, but the four Falls Church area high schools aren’t regular contributors to that status. That’s why the diminutive but dominant Falls Church High School senior running back Dakwandre Marshall is so special within the local sports […]

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Mason Enters New Territory in Region Final, State Tourney

November 7, 2018 8:36 PM0 comments

It’s been a historic start to the postseason for George Mason High School’s volleyball team as it dethroned an old demon and made its first ever Class 2 state title berth. Thanks to winning their Region B home opener against Robert E. Lee High School, 3-1, on Nov. 1 and […]

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Mustangs’ Season Ends on Low Note with 35-12 Loss to Madison County

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George Mason High School’s 2018 football season came to a close last week when the Mustangs lost 35-12 to Madison County High School on the road. It was an unceremonious end to the year for Mason (2-7). After rifling off two consecutive wins to start the year (both of which […]

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