Anatomy of Mason’s perfect athlete

Jami Berchard | Staff Writer

In an attempt to create the ultimate athlete, The Chronicle has found the top athletes on seven different sports teams at Mason High School and used these athletes’ best strengths to compile the perfect athlete.

The right arm:
Freshman Miguel Cepeda had a major victory for the varsity tennis team when he won his match against Zachary Mueck from Lakota East.

The right leg:
Junior Brittany Betts has had much success on the girls’ track team this season. She won four gold medals at the Coaches’ Classic, a meet where many teams from Cincinnati compete.

The right foot:
Freshman Nicole Sarringar is a part of the Mason dance team. She received a national championship award for her solo at the AmeriDance competition in the Junior Jazz division.

The brain:
Senior Dennis Tseng is a winning member of the chess team. Going into the last three games, Tseng was 15-0 to help the chess team succeed during its season.

The left arm:
Senior Rhett Durbin is leading the varsity baseball team in hitting and is a part of the top five hitters in the league. He was also invited to play in the All-Star League.

The left leg:
Sophomore Brad Lebling is one of the top athletes on the Mason swim team. He and his relay qualified for state in the 400 Freestyle Relay.

The left foot:
Junior Jae Atkinson has been a leader on the girls’ varsity soccer team this season. She will be a four-year varsity player next year and recieve the All-region status.