OPINION: Lack of diversity in college football playoffs major problem

Bryan Hudnell | Staff Writer When the College Football Playoff system was announced at the start of the 2014-15 season, College Football fans were ecstatic. The outdated Bowl Championship Series (BCS) system was finally abolished and teams were given the chance to prove themselves in pursuit of a national championship. This year, the teams selected by the Playoff Committee were […]

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Opinion: Comet DNA is practical

Bryan Hudnell | Staff Writer At the beginning of this school year, we were introduced to the concept of Comet DNA and it received some mixed reactions from MHS Students. The slogan has slowly evolved into an amusing catchphrase that our teachers and administrators like to throw around. But if we dissect what Comet DNA represents and evaluate it at […]

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Opinion: National Anthem Protests Are Ineffective

Bryan Hudnell | Staff Writer What has changed since Colin Kaepernick first took a knee during the national anthem? It has been over a year since the former 49ers quarterback first protested racial inequality and police brutality, but what does America have to show for it? It is hard to argue that any significant change has resulted from these protests. […]

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Colerain Cardinals defeat the Comets 36-10

Bryan Hudnell | Staff Writer The Mason Comets lost a tough road Greater Miami Conference (GMC) match-up to the Colerain Cardinals 36-10 after turning the ball over three times Friday night. The three interceptions thrown by senior quarterback Will Adams was a rare sight as he came into this week throwing just one interception in his previous five games. According […]

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Mason Women’s Pre-Season Classic prepares players for tryouts

Bryan Hudnell | Staff Writer The Mason women’s soccer program started their season this past weekend in the Mason Pre-Season Classic at Heritage Oak Park. In preparation for upcoming tryouts, players were divided into four different teams that were divided by grade with the exception of a few players. The teams then participated in five games during the span of […]

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Freshman track athlete has deep roots in track and field

Bryan Hudnell | Staff Writer The sport of track and field runs in the Ullom family. Freshman Maddie Ullom comes from multiple generations of track runners and coaches and she’s wasting no time living up to the family name. Ullom was the only freshman in the indoor state final for the 400 meter open and finished 5th overall with a […]

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David Neal becomes first State bowling qualifier

Bryan Hudnell | Staff Writer Senior David Neal competed in the State Bowling Championships in Columbus on Saturday, March 11 and placed 56th with a pin total of 543. Neal is the first Mason bowler to qualify for State since bowling became an official varsity sport almost two decades ago. Despite of this honor, Neal said the transition to the […]

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In close battle, Comets fall to Firebirds 64-61

Bryan Hudnell | Staff Writer Mason girls basketball lost a nail biter at home to the Lakota West Firebirds 64-61. With West and Mason dominating the Greater Miami Conference, the game was moved to the middle school arena in order to accommodate all of the expected fans. Head coach Rob Matula said the matchup with the Firebirds was going to […]

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Comets improve to 6-1 after 48-34 victory over East

Bryan Hudnell | Staff Writer The Mason Boys Basketball team won a physical defensive matchup at home against Lakota East 48-34 Tuesday night. The two teams entered the game tied for second place in the Greater Miami Conference. A win would keep them in second place and only one game back from Oak Hills. Senior forward Matt King said the […]

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