Urbana University COVID-19 permanent closure impacts former Mason Comet football players

Rahul Parikh | Sports Editor Matthew Smith | Staff Writer On April 21st, Urbana University in Urbana, Ohio permanently closed due to the financial implications caused by the Coronavirus. This abrupt announcement completely caught two former Mason football players off guard. Mason senior Jackson Norman, an offensive lineman who had committed to Urbana and current Urbana freshman Brogan Reed now […]

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Baseball team prepares for season despite postponing

Matthew Smith | Staff Writer A curveball that no one saw coming.  Coming into 2020, the Mason baseball team, led by head coach Curt Bly, had high expectations for the season, and all eyes were focused on reaching State final four goals. However, this spring has been anything but expected. With their season on hold per OHSAA rules, a lot […]

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Photo Gallery: ESPYS 2019

Mason High School hosted their annual ESPYs awards on Monday, May 13 to recognize the accomplishments of Mason’s athletes. This student led show was produced in a partnership with the Integrated Media Internship, Comet TV, Mason Comets Sports Radio, MBC, and The Chronicle. Click to enlarge and view in slideshow mode. Photos by Tanner Pearson. tpearson.chronicle@gmail.com

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Miller turns hobby into money-maker

Sophia Johnson | Staff Writer Senior Sierra Miller is taking a crack at the western art of whip cracking. Over the last three years, Miller has continued to develop her technique in sport cracking, the practice of cracking whips in a recurring pattern. Miller said she first became aware of whip cracking through western entertainment. “I used to watch Indiana […]

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Q&A with Principal Bobby Dodd

Henri Robbins | Staff Writer Since taking on the role of principal at Mason High School in May of 2018, Bobby Dodd has been working to create a school environment which involves students more. He’s supported initiatives such as the Ignite Your Vision project, creating a platform for students’ voices, and has made efforts to become more involved with the […]

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Mason Girls Lacrosse on the Hunt for the GMC Title

The Mason Girls Lacrosse Team dropped a tough match up to Loveland on Thursday, April 18 13-8.  Despite the loss the Comets are enjoying a successful season with an overall record of 6-3 and 5-1 in the Greater Miami Conference.  The Comets sit just one game behind league-leading Sycamore. The Aves defeated the Comets earlier in the season 13-6, but […]

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Comet tennis team notches big wins over Indian Hill, Sycamore

The Mason Boys Tennis Team (as of April 15) is the ohiotenniszone.com third ranked team. The Comets defeated Indian Hill 5-0 in Wednesday, April 17. Earlier in the week the Comets knocked off GMC rival Sycamore 4-1.  The Comets are currently 10-0 overall and 6-0 in the conference.  The team is led by number one singles and Brown University commit Niraj […]

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Trinidad sisters on target to become professional archers

Kaelyn Rodrigues | Staff Writer Sophomores Jazmine and Josie Trinidad have their eye on the target. The sisters have been archers since they were in elementary school. They train in both indoor and outdoor archery and learn from several coaches, including 1976, 1984 and 1988 Olympic gold and silver medalist Darrell Pace, a Cincinnati native. “We started archery when we […]

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Comets Lacrosse Starts Season Strong

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team is off to a 5-0 start with impressive wins over Dublin Jerome, Olentangy, Lakota West, Sycamore, and Fairfield.  The Comets are currently sitting on top the Greater Miami Conference with a 3-0 league record. Chronicle staff photographer captured these pictures in the Comets 21-2 victory over Fairfield on Wednesday, April 3 at Mason High School.  […]

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Komatineni will be counted on to lead young Comet tennis team

Cody Allgor | Staff Writer Young. That’s the word that describes this year’s Mason Boys Tennis Team. After winning the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association (OTCA) state title and going undefeated last year, the team lost multiple key seniors – including Shashank Singuri, Vishnu Srinath, and Pavan Vattyam. Fortunately, many talented freshmen joined the program this year with the goal of […]

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Comets focused on claiming first GMC title

Matthew Smith | Staff Writer This time, it’s official. This season, Boys Lacrosse will officially be a Greater Miami Conference (GMC) sport. The team will be lead by senior attack Xander Wells, Mason’s all-time goals scored leader, as well as defender Luke Volpenhein and attack Carson Croy, both potential college lacrosse players. The team will need contributions from everyone, though, […]

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