Comets fall to Colerain, finish season 9-3

Joey Deaton | Staff Writer Mason football’s Team 56 stepped off the field for the last time on November 10, following a 49-21 defeat at the hands of the Colerain Cardinals. The Cardinals took an early 14-0 lead after scoring on each of their first two possessions. A touchdown from senior Gunnar Leyendecker and a pair of scores from junior […]

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Concussions force athletes to put dreams on hold

Kaitlin Lewis | Staff Writer Chris Allgor had visions of glory on the gridiron, Collin Hawkins had dreams of stardom on the soccer pitch,  Spencer Knight could see himself hitting the shot that clinched a conference title for the Comets. Nearly every athlete who laces up their shoes or hears the snap of the chinstrap on their first football helmet […]

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Boys and Girls cross country place first in OHSAA District Championship

Good luck to all the runners participating in the #OHSAA Cross Country District Tournaments today! Results at: https://t.co/OGGSq07CNA pic.twitter.com/aKoycIqlSE — OHSAA Sports (@OHSAASports) October 21, 2017 Lauren Serge | Staff Writer After winning the GMC, the boys and girls cross country team competed in the Southwest Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) District Championship on October 21 at Voice of […]

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Comets gain 15-0 win over Fairfield on senior night

Rahul Parikh | Staff Writer Seniors on the football and cross country teams, marching band and color guard were recognized at Friday’s game. The Mason Comets took down the Fairfield Indians 15-0 in a statement win Friday night, improving to 7-2 on the season and 5-2 in GMC (Greater Miami Conference) play. It was senior night in Comet country; energy […]

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New wrestling coach brings diverse background

Jacob Brase | Staff Writer Over 12 years ago, Matt Mcintire was one ‘yes’ away from going to Hollywood. Mcintire, who was recently hired to be Mason’s wrestling coach, has been a lifelong singer and wrestler. Mcintire started singing at a very young age, acting in numerous plays such as Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. On top of Mcintire’s […]

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Zhang earns GMC girls golf Player of the Year honors

Eric Miller | Sports Editor The top girls golfer in the Greater Miami Conference (GMC) resides at Mason High School. Junior Julanna Zhang took home GMC player of the year honors after compiling a 39.25 average across 108 holes for the 2017 season. Zhang led the Comets to a second place finish in the GMC tournament, as the Comets fell […]

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Girls cross country team displays genuine comradery

Millie Ortega | Staff Writer The girls cross country team is breaking both records and stereotypes. Running for fun sounds like an oxymoron, but for over one hundred and fifty girls on the MHS Cross Country team, the mental and physical challenge is what they love most. The objective of the sport seems simple: run as far and as fast […]

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Comets slam Princeton Vikings 14-0, advance 6-2 overall

Luke Hutchinson | Online Editor Friday night, the Comets stepped into Viking territory and defeated Princeton 14-0, advancing to 6-2 overall and 4-2 in the Greater Miami Conference (GMC). The first and second quarters proved to be offensive struggles with several penalties and sloppy play. Despite the offensive struggles the Mason defense continued their stingy ways holding Princeton scoreless. It wasn’t […]

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Girls Tennis Serving up Wins, undefeated 8-0 in GMC

Ryan Stocker | MBC Multimedia Reporter Mason Girls tennis is trending, and trending big. With a 17-2 record on the season, and plowing through the GMC undefeated at 8-0, this squad has tall postseason expectations after finishing as state runners-up last season to all-girls powerhouse Magnificat. Manned by GMC Coach of the Year Mike Reid, this roster features mostly underclassmen, […]

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Comets honor Maya Collins in victory fashion, defeat Middletown 41-14 in Homecoming game

Jacob Brase | Staff Writer After the loss of Mason student Maya Collins, who fought Acute Myeloid Leukemia, hundreds of Comet fans wore blue to honor her and cheer under the Friday night lights. The Comets routed the Middletown Middies 41-14. Head coach Brian Castner said the win was about more than football. “Tonight was about honoring a wonderful, impactful, […]

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