Mason clawed back into contention by tying the game at 41 and sending it into overtime, but the Mustangs never led during the period and were ultimately outdone by the visitors from Norfolk.
Rollins’ back-to-back three-pointers pushed Mason ahead 35-28 with 3:28 remaining and came at just the right time as the Tigers had cut into the Mustangs’ 27-21 lead that started off the fourth quarter.
Mason’s girls have to exorcise some demons from last year’s near-berth to the state tournament, while one poor quarter torpedoed Mason’s boys postseason in the opening game.
The George Mason High School’s boys and girls swim teams placed 8th out of 30 teams at their first-ever berth in the Class 3 State swimming and diving championship last weekend in Richmond.
George Mason High School’s boys basketball team didn’t show much love to Warren County High School by giving it a 78-51 walloping on Valentine’s Day.
George Mason High School’s girls basketball team had a successful senior night with a convincing 45-24 win over the visiting Central High School Tuesday.
A decisive 49-48 loss was handed to George Mason High School’s girls basketball team on the road against William Monroe High School last Friday.
On their last possession with seven seconds remaining on the clock, the Mustangs couldn’t get a shot off. Mason had a play in mind but the execution to finish it wasn’t there.
The Mustangs owned the first quarter crediting their aggressive full-court press having multiple steals and shutting down the visiting Tigers from scoring.
Adding another “W” into their current win streak is George Mason High School, which downed Skyline High School 48-31 last Friday.