Northcut takes his cuts at Yankee Stadium

Joey Deaton | Staff Writer Senior Nick Northcut is no stranger to the big stage. He made the varsity baseball team and started as a freshman. He committed to the Vanderbilt Commodores his sophomore year of high school. This summer, Northcut traveled to all corners of the United States to participate  in high school baseball showcases, reserved for the highest […]

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BRIAN CASTNER, MASON FOOTBALL GROOMS YOUNG STARS

Joey Deaton | Staff Writer From July 17-20, Dwire Field was a scene of organized chaos. The Castner Youth Football Camp ended on Thursday with campers from kindergarten to incoming freshmen taking part in position drills, “Razzle Dazzle”, and even some of the events from the NFL combine: such as the 40 yard dash, and the broad jump. Mason football […]

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COMETS, FIREBIRDS DOMINATE GMC

Joey Deaton | Staff Writer In the past three seasons, the Mason Comets and Lakota West Firebirds girls basketball teams have reigned unchallenged by the rest of the Greater Miami Conference (GMC). As of February 11, the Comets and Firebirds had combined for 90 straight wins against the other eight GMC schools. The last school to beat Mason or Lakota […]

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Comets take down Elder in Playoffs

Joey Deaton | Staff Writer The Mason Comets Football team’s season may have ended in a 20-7 loss to Sycamore on November 11, but Team 55 made history. Mason Football was able to take that next step by defeating the Elder Panthers 21-20 in a nail-biting first round playoff game on November 4. The win was the Comets’ first playoff […]

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Soccer program goes high tech to monitor performance

Coaches able to chart player’s heart rate with mobile technology Joey Deaton | Staff Writer The next time a soccer player feels his heart racing before opening kickoff, he better be careful: his coaches are watching. While the boys soccer coaches may not stare down a player to gain a feel for how nervous he is, coach Paul Reedy and […]

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Lacrosse camps keep athletes’ skills sharp; grow team bond

Joey Deaton | Staff Writer Great traditions all have to start somewhere. Paul Limpert, current boys lacrosse coach and former girls coach, started summer camps for both programs while he was at the respective helm of each. The camps focus on teaching young lacrosse players more about the game and helps spread one of the fastest growing sports in the […]

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Indiana University High School Journalism Institute 2016

The Chronicle staff participated in a journalism camp at Indiana University from July 11-15. Throughout the week staff members improved their writing, interviewing, photography, videography and leadership skills. At the conclusion of the camp, staff members received the following awards: Best Story Arc for Photo Story – Jonathan McCollough Outstanding Leadership Team – Jessica Sommerville, India Kirssin, Arnav Damodhar, Eric […]

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