In an age of specialization, many athletes face a difficult decision in their high school sports career, they must make a decision to specialize or diversify

Matthew Smith | Staff Writer Mason athletes are split over the idea that less is more. Some have decided that playing multiple sports is what they want to do as an athlete, even if their future and potential college career rests in the hands of one certain sport. Others have decided that they need to put all their attention into […]

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Comets come out on top 30-27 in battle of the skies

Matthew Smith | Staff Writer The battle of the skies was packed at Dwire Field as Mason survived a 30-27 overtime win against the Sycamore Aviators. The Comets offense came out strong, as Collin Brown ran in a touchdown to Mason ahead 7-0 early in the first quarter. However, the Aviators responded with a touchdown of their own to cut […]

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Hope Squad supports girls volleyball team in 3-1 victory against Lakota east

Henri Robbins | Staff Writer The Mason High School Girls Volleyball team is hoping for a successful season after their victory against Lakota East. During the girls’ volleyball match between Mason High School and Lakota East High School on September 13, both schools’ Hope Squads banded together to raise awareness for suicide prevention and support their teams. The match was […]

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Photo Gallery: Mason demolishes Oak Hills 3-0

Della Johnson | Staff Writer On Thursday, August 30th, the Comets made quick work of GMC opponent Oak Hills in a 3-0 series sweep. Mason won the first set 25-12, then the next 25-22,  and finished the series off with a 25-10 victory.   Click to enlarge and view in slideshow mode. dejohnson.chronicle@gmail.com

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Mason defeats Springboro 10-6

Matthew Smith | Staff Writer They say that defense wins championships, and on a packed home-opener at Dwire Field, that was exactly the case in the Comets’ 10-6 win over Springboro. Coming out of the gate, the game seemed like it would be an offensive shootout, with Logan Dalton scoring a 75 yard touchdown run on his first carry of […]

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Kings Island Baseball Invitational 2018

Matthew Smith | Staff Writer July baseball kicked off with the annual Kings Island Invitational from June 28th-July 1st in Mason, Ohio. The tournament was held at multiple venues throughout the city including Mason Sports Park, Fleckenstein Park, and Corwin Nixon Park. The Ohio Nationals baseball organization dominated the tournament across all platforms, as their 9u, 10u, and 12u teams […]

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Baseball team sent off to semifinals

Check out this coverage of the Mason Baseball team as they prepared to depart from Mason High School to Columbus for the Ohio High School Athletic Association State Baseball Championship.   .@MasonHSBaseball fans cheered on the Comets for their state send off this morning. @CoachCBly thanked the fans and talked about their quest for a state title. pic.twitter.com/mFKWYzG601 — Mason […]

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Komatineni rallies Comets in search of state championship

Freddie Wilhelm | Staff Writer  Since 2012, Mason Men’s Tennis has not had a state champion, but Junior Niraj Komatineni, currently ranked as the second best player in Ohio, – and two time GMC player of the year –  is hoping to change that. Since his freshman year, Komatineni was destined to be a great player in the Mason Tennis […]

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Crossroads to play host to ESPYS award show

By Jacob Brase | Staff Writer The stage is set. On May 14th, the 2018 ESPYS award show will be hosted at Crossroads Mason this year, upgrading from an auditorium that seats 800 to one that will fit over 2,000. The new space is just the tip of the iceberg though, as the ESPYS commitee will utilize state of the […]

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