Boys swimming looking for a comeback

Megan McCormack | Staff Writer Coming off two tough seasons, the Mason High School boys swimming team is expecting to make a comeback this season, according to head coach Mark Sullivan. “The last two years, we’ve been in kind of a rebuilding mode,” Sullivan said. “The boys finished third in the [GMC] last year and we were all very disappointed…because […]

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SPORTS OPINION: 12/3

Winning a boys’ basketball GMC championship could be in the near future; they just need adjusting time James Nosek | Staff Writer It is appropriate to describe the boys’ varsity basketball team’s four year transition into the GMC as a learning experience. They still have yet to win a conference title but that’s not to say it’s been four unsuccessful […]

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All Conference Awards for MHS

Compiled by James Nosek | Staff Writer The Mason Comets have been busy this fall as they are first in the race for the GMC All-Sports Trophy and have compiled 58 All-Conference athletes. Chip Dobson who was named coach of the year for girls’ cross country as well. Football: 1st Team Zach Boden (senior) Josh Dooley (senior) Darryl Johnson (junior) […]

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TIME TO PUT UP OR SHUT UP: Boys basketball

James Nosek | Staff Writer The Mason girls’ varsity basketball team has set some lofty goals for the 2011-12 season, goals that include not just a GMC championship, but a trip to the state’s final four in Columbus. The expectations are the highest they have ever been for the girls’ varsity basketball team, according to senior center Bri Glover. The […]

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Anna Carley selected for All-America Team

James Nosek | Staff Writer The American Volleyball Coaches Association announced the Under Armour Girls’ High School All-America Team Thursday; among the list of over 100 senior volleyball players in the country, is Mason High School Senior Anna Carley. The 6’1”, outside hitter was named to an honorable mention to go along with the honor of First Team All-GMC and […]

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MHS dance team sweeps first competition

Click on an image to enlarge and view in slideshow mode… Photos contributed The Mason High School dance team competed at Floyd Central High School for UDA’s Floyd Central High School dance competition on November 5. The team won first place for their hip hop routine, third place in jazz and won the Sportmanship award.

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St. Xavier brings an end to Cinderella story

James Nosek | Staff Writer Instead of the Mason varsity football team celebrating their first ever Division I playoff victory, the Cinderella story came to an end as St. Xavier defeated the Comets 17-6. Despite the loss, Mason head coach Brian Castner said he was pleased with how the team played. Giving up after a 14-0 halftime deficit wasn’t an […]

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Castner’s Comments: 11/6

Brian Castner, Mason varsity football Head Coach, comments on the Comet loss against St. Xavier on November 11. “Our kids never quit. We took some chances in the first half, kind of put us in a hole there at the end of the first half, any time a team gets points at the end of the half like that and they […]

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Playoffs, here we come

By Kevin Hyland MBC Sports Reporter for thecspn.com Video Interview by Kevin Hyland Videography by Chris Pilone Above: Kevin Hyland interviews head varsity football coach, Brian Castner, about Saturday’s playoff game for the Comets. As the Comets head into the playoffs against St. Xavier on Saturday at 7 pm, Kevin Hyland explores both side of the game and matches up […]

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Castner’s Comments: 10/28

  Brian Castner, Mason varsity football Head Coach, comments on the Comet win against Sycamore on October 28, sending the team to the playoffs. “Everything went our way, but I tell you what, this senior class persevered through a lot of stuff. Everybody told us that we are not big enough, too slow not fast enough and this senior class had […]

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