Compiled by Jack West, Jessie Beddow and News-Press reports Scholastic Bowl The 2A East Region Scholastic Bowl tournament was held Saturday, Feb. 6 at Robert E. Lee High School in Staunton. The team first defeated Buffalo Gap, breaking open a close game with a great final round to win 280-110. […]
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by Matt Delaney George Mason’s varsity boys basketball team got back in the groove with a 65-53 win against William Monroe High School on Jan. 29 and followed it up by defeating Warren County High School 62-41 on Feb. 1. After four days off from school, players would be expected […]Read more ›
by Jessie Beddow On Saturday, Jan. 16 Mason’s Scholastic Bowl team competed and won the Conference 35 championship, beating Central (305-60) and then Clarke County twice at Strasburg High School. The Monday before the conference tournament, January 11, was the last regular season meet, where Mason beat Clarke County and […]Read more ›
by Matt Delaney On the eve of winter storm Jonas’ arrival to the D.C. Metro area, George Mason’s varsity girls basketball team enjoyed a successful trip to Warren County High School where they defeated their Bull Run District opponent 47-27 on Thursday, Jan. 21. The win was much needed since […]Read more ›
by Matt Delaney Just days before the blizzard touched down in Falls Church, George Mason’s varsity boys basketball team handled Central High School in their second and final regular season meeting 75-54 on Wednesday, Jan. 20. As the regular season winds down the Mustangs find themselves in a favorable spot, […]Read more ›
by Ari Autor Special to the News-Press George Mason High School Mustang swimmers continued their successful season by triumphing in the Manassas Park Quad Meet on Saturday, Jan. 16. With the girls’ team scoring 164 points and 148 for the boys, Mason placed first overall with a 312-point finish against […]Read more ›
FIVE SENIOR BASEBALL PLAYERS at George C. Marshall High School recently had a signing ceremony to celebrate their commitments to join college baseball programs next school year. (L to r) Ben Kerns will be attending Ursinus College, Nick Cintron will be attending Cornell University, Steven Johel will be attending Coastal […]Read more ›