by Matt Delaney Three road games in a week led to three more wins for George Mason’s varsity boys soccer team who fattened their perfect 10-0 record to the tune of a 10-0 final over Warren County High School, a 2-1 decision against crosstown rival Falls Church High School and […]
REBECCA CROUCH, junior midfielder on Mason’s girls soccer team, prepares to kick the ball during a recent Mason win....
by Jeffrey Wojtala – Special to the News-Press George Mason High School’s girls varsity lacrosse team defended their...
MASON SENIOR CORINNE CARSON attempts to dribble past a Central High School defender in a recent win by the Mustangs....
by John Rodock – Special to the News-Press On Friday, April 15 George Mason High School senior pitcher Julia Ferris tossed a 2-hit shutout and leadoff hitter Jules Carter scored three times as Coach Antonio Bravo’s Mustangs defeated district rival Rappahannock County on the road 12-0. Carter opened the game […]Read more ›
by Matt Delaney Riding high on a five game win streak, George Mason’s varsity boys soccer team added two more W’s to their record when they defeated William Monroe High School 2-0 and blanked Rappahannock County High School 11-0 this past week. The Mustangs were victims of their own success […]Read more ›
by Jeffrey Wojtala – Special to the News-Press George Mason High School’s girls varsity lacrosse team traveled to Sterling on Monday, April 18 to face the 4A Dominion High School Titans. The 2A Mustangs were aware they would need to work hard for a win in this match. Playing against […]Read more ›
by Matt Delaney George Mason High School’s varsity boys soccer team played their first full game in over a week when they defeated Madison County High School 7-0, one goal shy of the eight goal deficit that would have shortened the match. The win was routine for Mason. Thirteen minutes […]Read more ›
by Matt Delaney Back-to-back 8-0 routs over Madison County High School and Central High School puts George Mason’s varsity girls soccer team at a 4-1-1 record and returns the team to their winning ways. The Mustangs victory over Central was decisive on the scoreboard, but no so much on the […]Read more ›
by Jeffrey Wojtala – Special to the News-Press On Thursday, April 7, despite holding a six goal lead early in the second half, the George Mason High School girls varsity lacrosse team dropped their second in a row in a heart breaking 17-16 loss to the Freedom High School Eagles. […]Read more ›