Several Mason athletes choose to play on club teams

Rahul Parikh | Sports Editor For some standout athletes, wearing the green and white isn’t part of the plan. Recently, a rise in popularity of club and individual sports has caused Mason athletics to lose high-quality players, who have chosen a team or program not affiliated with the school. Senior Aliyah El-Naggar committed to play soccer for The Ohio State […]

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Designers fabricate elaborate costumes for Halloween

Andrea Hefferan | Online Editor Senior Wrynn Boucher and junior Caite Brutvan have already been designing their costumes by hand for weeks by the time most people start to shop for Halloween. This year, Boucher and Brutvan both set out to make their Halloween costumes by hand. Brutvan discovered sewing at a young age; her skill and passion for it […]

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‘The Awesome 80’s Prom’ pioneers interactive storytelling by inviting audience mebers to vote on play’s outcome

Henri Robbins | Staff Writer  Pick the winners, losers, and everything in between when you attend the Drama Club’s newest production. In The Awesome 80’s Prom, running on Fridays and Saturdays from October 19 to October 27 in the black box theater, the audience is attending the 1989 senior prom, the romance and drama that occurs, and the vote for […]

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Comets win GMC, turn attention to State tournament

Matthew Smith | Staff Writer  They’re back, and with talented underclassmen, they don’t plan on going anywhere.  The Mason girls golf team recently won their first Greater Miami Conference (GMC) title since the 2015-2016 season. They are on their way to state, and have four of their top five golfers returning next season.    From left: Mason golfers Ally Madden, Catherine […]

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Colerain defeats the comets 42-7

Tanner Pearson | Staff Photographer On the night of a highly anticipated homecoming game, the Comets lost to Colerain Cardinals 42-7. Colerain started off the game with a bang, scoring two touchdown on their first two offensive plays to jump out to a 14-0 lead. After the quick start, the game continued to be controlled by the Cardinals the rest of the […]

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Tennis team focused on a repeat performance

Rahul Parikh | Sports Editor They’re not satisfied. After winning a state team title a year ago the Mason Comets girls tennis team wants another championship. Six players return from last year’s’ state title team. Standout Juniors Ananya Aggarwal and co-captain Sanjana Reddy, give the Comets the depth and experience to repeat as champions. Reddy believes the Comets are capable […]

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Local group paints mural in support of common ground

Andrea Hefferan | Online Editor With the simple stroke of a brush, three Mason High School students are painting a picture that they hope will help the Mason Community. The MADE (Mason Deerfield) for Authentic Leadership organization will be painting an interactive mural on the back wall of the ROYAL Theatre Company and Muennich’s Inc. Auto Repair Service in downtown […]

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In an age of specialization, many athletes face a difficult decision in their high school sports career, they must make a decision to specialize or diversify

Matthew Smith | Staff Writer Mason athletes are split over the idea that less is more. Some have decided that playing multiple sports is what they want to do as an athlete, even if their future and potential college career rests in the hands of one certain sport. Others have decided that they need to put all their attention into […]

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Gaskin shines in social media spotlight, showcases music to hundreds of thousands of listeners through streaming platforms

Della Johnson | Staff Writer   Listen to Darius’ hit single “Insanity”.   Over 150 thousand listeners have pressed play on senior Darius Gaskin’s career. Since releasing his debut single “Insanity” on August 10, Gaskin has accumulated hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube and Spotify, both of which he has also gained a multitude of followers on. The massive […]

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Mason defeats Springboro 10-6

Matthew Smith | Staff Writer They say that defense wins championships, and on a packed home-opener at Dwire Field, that was exactly the case in the Comets’ 10-6 win over Springboro. Coming out of the gate, the game seemed like it would be an offensive shootout, with Logan Dalton scoring a 75 yard touchdown run on his first carry of […]

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