In a seesaw contest Tuesday afternoon between the Varsity Girls Basketball teams of George Mason High School and Bishop Ireton, it was only fitting that the contest could not be decided in regulation.
With little else but pride and bragging rights on the line, the George Mason High School varsity boys basketball team failed to take advantage of an opportunity to head into 2009 on a winning note, as it was embarrassed by cross-town rival Falls Church High School, 43-31 on Tuesday morning […]
Chantilly Cleans House at NSPA Chantilly High School took two first place awards at the National Scholastic Press Association conference held recently in Anaheim, Calif. Chantilly High’s “Andromeda” snagged first place for literary magazine. The magazine is overseen by Advisor Bretton Zinger, with An Ly serving at its editor. The […]
The springfield Women’s club will team up with Garfield Elementary second graders this Thursday to celebrate author Katherine Childs. Childs helped the students write and illustrate their own books last fall in a weeklong workshop on the writing process. (Photo: Elizabeth Obester)
Virginia Wine Showcase, February 9 – 10, Dulles Expo Center, Chantilly, VA
Former long-time Falls Church City resident Joan Miers died in Emporia, Virginia, on Jan. 13. Four of her’s and surviving husband Donovan Miers’ children went through the Falls Church school system, including two still living, Linda Fauteux of Herndon and Jeff Miers of Chantilly. Services were held last Saturday at […]
Joel Chandler’s 17 points and eight rebounds paced the George Mason High School boys varsity basketball team over Falls Church High School, 59-37, in the opening round of the Pohanka Chantilly Classic holiday tournament last Thursday, Dec. 28.
The George Mason High School girls’ varsity basketball team suffered their first loss of the year on Thursday, falling on the road in a non-district match-up with AA Briar Woods High School, 45-37.
Briar Woods battled to the best of its abilities, rallying from eight points down on the road at halftime, but the Mustangs would not be denied their second win of the season, claiming the contest in overtime, 70-67.
On Thursday, Dec. 6, Hope, Kassandra (14), Matt (9) and Chris David volunteered at Glen Forest Elementary School to help deliver backpacks to all students during Volunteer Fairfax’s “A Celebration of Giving and Sharing.” (Photo: Tonya McCreary)