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Mason Comets 2009-2010
Winter Sports Results

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last updated March 24, 2010

Boys Basketball

Season Stats

Game Highlights
Game Stats
12/5 LEBANON won 53-40 1-0 0-0

The boys open the 2009-10 season with a win against the Warriors.

The Comets held a 24-20 lead at the half.

The Comets got balance scoring from Ethan King (15), JD Sprague (14) and Brian Carden (10). King got a double-double also collecting 10 rebounds.

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12/8 LASALLE lost 53-35 1-1 0-0 Sam Stouffer and Brian Carden led Mason with 10 points each. stat link
12/11 PRINCETON lost 52-42 1-2 0-1 JD Sprague and Brian Carden led the Comets with 12 points each. stat link
12/15 @ Kings won 60-41 2-2 0-1 The Comets got douible digit scoring from three players in a 60-41 romp over backyard rival Kings High School. Ethan King led Mason with 15, Sam Stouffer added 14 and JD Sprague notched 13. Brian Carden collected 10 rebounds. Next up is Colerain this Friday night. The Comets have an overall record of 2-2. stat link
12/18 @ Colerain lost 60-46 3-2 0-2 Brian Carden's 13 and Austin Brune's 10 were not enough as the Comets fall 60-46 on Friday night Dec. 18th at Colerain. stat link
12/22 MIDDLETOWN lost 62-58 3-3 0-3

The Comets fell to Middletown on Tuesday night Dec. 22nc by a score of 62-58. Mason tied the score several times in the fourth quarter, but the last one came with 2:34 remaining on a basket by Brian Carden, who finished with a game-high 20 points. The Middies’ defense allowed the Comets just one more basket the rest of the way to secure the win. Carden also collected 12 rebounds while Sam Stouffer added 12 points.

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12/29 @ Loveland won 57-45 4-3 0-3 The Comets held on for a 57-45 win at Loveland on Tuesday, Dec. 29th. Three Comets scored in double figures led by Ethan King's double-double of 19 points and 10 rebounds. Brian Carden added 13 points and Darin Harris contributed 11. The Comet defense forced the Tigers into 22 turnovers. stat link
1/2 WYOMING won 48-45 5-3 0-3 The Comets entertained the Wyoming Cowboys on Saturday, Jan. 2nd and came away with a hard fought 48-45 win. Ethan King led Mason with 16 points. Sam Stouffer and JD Sprague added 9 points each. stat link
1/5 FAIRFIELD won 54-50 6-3 1-3

Comets Win-Richards Gets 200th

MASON, Ohio -- The Mason Boy's Basketball team defeated Fairfield on Tuesday night, January 5th by a score of 54-50 giving Head Coach Greg Richards his 200th career win. Richards is in his 15th season at the Comet helm with an overal record of 200 wins and 110 losses. During that time span he has led the boy's basketball program to three FAVC League Championships and was named Coach of the Year in 2005, 2006 and 2007. Some of his career highlights include the 2005-06 teams 19-3 overall record and 2008-09 Sectional Championship and District Runnerup (Mason's first Division 1 tournament appearance).

Richards was the Varsity Assistant under Scott Inskeep and Gary Poppelwell for six years previous to becoming the programs head coach in 1995-96. He is a 1977 graduate of Mason High School and was inducted into the Mason Hall of Fame as a former player in 2002. Coach Richards became the MHS All-Time Winningest Coach (189 wins) on January 16, 2009 surpassing the previous mark set by former coach Bub Dwire.

Congratulations to Coach Richards and Comet Basketball!!

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1/8 @ Oak Hills lost 55-54 6-4 1-4

The boys fell to Oak Hills on Friday, Jan. 8th by a score of 55-54. The Comets led most of the game until the 4th quarter when the Highlanders held a 21-10 scoring advantage. Darin Harris led the Comets with 24 points.

The Winton Wood Warriors will visit the Mason Arena this Tuesday Jan. 12th.

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1/12 WINTON WOODS lost 72-51 6-5 1-4

The Comets hosted the 6-0 Winton Woods Tuesday night and ran into a buzz saw. Mason trailed by a 14 point deficit after the first quarter of play. The Warriors added to their lead in the 2nd quarter and led by a score of 43-20 at the half.

The Comets hung tough, played hard and stayed in the game in the 2nd half matching the opposing team effort for effort. Final score Winton Woods 72 Mason 51. The Comets were led by Ethan King's 11 points and JD Sprague and Darin Harris with 10 points. Brian Carden added 7 rebounds and 6 assists.

Lakota West will visit the Arena this Friday night.


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1/15 LAKOTA WEST lost 59-55 6-6 1-5

The Comets fell to the Firebirds in overtime 59-55 on Friday night, Jan. 15th. With the ball an 10 seconds remaining in regulation, the Comets three point attempt failed sending the game to OT. West converted free throws while Mason struggled to find points. Three Comets scored in double figures: Sam Stouffer (14), Darin Harris (12) and Ehtan King (10). Austin Brune had 5 assists.

Mason will visit Lakota East on Friday night Jan. 22nd.
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1/22 @ Lakota East won 52-40 7-6 2-5

The Comets rebounded from a slow 1st quarter to defeat Lakota East on Friday, Jan. 22nd by a score of 52-40. East opened up an early 10 point advantage but the Comets narrowed the deficit to two by half time. Mason outscored the host Thunderhawks the rest of the way by a 28-14 margin.

The Comets had three players score in double figures; JD Sprague (13), Darin Harris (12), and Brian Carden (10).

Mason will host Hamilton on Tuesday, Jan. 27th.

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1/26 HAMILTON won 66-43 7-7 3-5

The Comets toppled Big Blue at home on Tuesday, January 26th by a score of 66-43. Mason's overall record goes to 7-7 and 3-5 in the always tough GMC. Three Comet players hit double figures; Darin Harris 18, Ethan King 14, and Brian Carden 13.

Next up the Comets will visit Princeton on Friday, Jan. 29th.

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1/29 @ Princeton lost 71-45 7-8 3-6

The boys fell to Princeton on Friday night January 29th by a score of 71-45. Darius Harris led the Comets with 15 points.

Next up the Comets travel to Sycamore on Tuesday, Feb. 2nd.

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2/2 @ Sycamore won 78-33 8-8 4-6

The boys basketball team routed rival Sycamore on Tuesday night February 2nd by a score of 78-33. The Comets led 30-8 at halftime, with 17 of those points coming off 14 Sycamore turnovers. Miles Ballard had a game and career high 15 points in the contest. Ballard — who also blocked five shots — led four players in double figures. Sophomore Darin Harris added 14 points, while senior Sam Stouffer and sophomore JD Sprague chipped in 12 apiece.

The 45-point victory was Mason’s most lopsided win since Feb. 10, 2006, when it drilled Harrison 81-36.With the win, the Comets improved to 8-8 overall and 4-6 in the GMC.

Next up the Comets will host Colerain on Friday, Feb. 5th.

REMINDER: The Mason Athletic Booster Association (MABA) will host its second annual spaghetti dinner night on Friday, February 5, 2010 from 4:00-7:30pm. The dinner will be served in the Mason Middle School Commons.

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2/12 @ Fairfield lost 61-44` 8-9 4-7 Mason fell to Fairfield on Friday night by a score of 60-41. The Comets were led by Sam Stouffers 12 points. stat link




makeup from 2/5

lost 71-68 OT 8-10 4-8 JD Sprgue's game high 19 points led the Comets in an overtime loss to the Colerain Cardinals on Wednesday, Feb. 17th. Brian Carden scored 14 and Sam Stouffer added 12. stat link


**MABA Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser!

won 55-49 9-10 5-8


The Comets outscored Oak Hills 8-2 in overtime and came away with a 55-49 win on Friday, Feb. 19 on Senior Night.

Senior guard Sam Stouffer led the Comets in the first half, burying three 3-pointers before the break. Stouffer would finish with 15 points overall, and was complimented by sophomore Darin Harris’ 19 point effort.

Seniors Sam Stouffer, Ryan O'Shaughnessey, Jordan Barnes and Austin Brune were recognized in pregame ceremonies for their contribuitions to the Comet Basketball program.

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@ Middletown

makeup from 2/17




9-11 5-9

The Comets closed out the regular season schedule with a 69-68 overtime loss at Middletown on Tuesday night.

The Middies (13-6, 10-4 GMC) trailed by as many as 14 points with 2:23 left in the third quarter, but used a 14-1 run to cut the Comets lead to one with 3:29 left in regulation. As time was running out in regulation and the Middies trailing by three, Geovonie McKnight drained a 3-pointer from near the top of the key with 2 seconds on the clock to force overtime.

Kirby Wright of Middletown then scored eight of his 16 points in OT to lead the Middies in a 69-68 Greater Miami Conference come-from-behind win over Mason.

Darin Harrison led Mason with 15 points, followed by J.D. Sprague and Brune with 14 each. Austin Brune was 6-of-8 at the free-throw line in the fourth quarter.

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Mason (#14) vs. Milford (#15)

7:45 PM @ Cintas

lost 60-52 9-12 5-9

The Comets opened Sectional Tournament play on Tuesday night against the #15 seed Milford losing by final score of 60-52.

Mason found themselves in a 9-point hole early in the first quarter. The Comets fought back to tie the game early in the 2nd quarter, but the Eagles bounced back and led by as many as 14 before holding a 10-point advantage at the half (35-25). Milford shot 70% from the field while Mason hit 34% in the first 16 minutes.

At the end of the third quarter Mason had battled their way back to a one point deficit (43-42) heading into the final stanza. Ethan King's two free throws sent the Comets ahead for the first time in the game with 4:31 left. It would be the only lead of the game for Mason. In the final few minutes of play Miford converted free throws (22/27 for the night) to win going away by a score of 60-52 and advance. Darin Harris and Miles Ballard scored 11 and 10 points respectively to lead Mason.

Seniors Sam Stouffer, Ryan O'Shaughnessey, Jordan Barnes and Austin Brune finished their outstanding careers with the loss.. Mason concluudes their season with an overall record of 9-12 and GMC mark of 5-9 (tied for 6th place).


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Season Wrapup

9-12 overall

5-9 GMC (tied for 6th)


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Girls Basketball

  Season Stats

Game Highlights
Game Stats
11/28 SPRINGBORO won 39-36 1-0 0-0 No information provided. stat link
12/5 PRINCETON lost 56-51 1-1- 0-1 Brianna Glover and Sarah Hunter led the Comets with 14 and 12 points respectively. stat link
12/12 @ Colerain lost 32-29 1-2 0-2 The Comets fall in a low scoring affair. Sarah Hunter led Mason with 6 points. stat link
12/14 @ Seton won 64-37 2-2 1-2 The Comets even their overall record with a blow out 64-37win against Setion. Three players scored in double figures in the rout. Brianna Glover led Mason with 18 points. Kayla McDowell scored 14 and Sarah Hunter added 10. stat link
12/16 MIDDLETOWN won 44-37 3-2 1-2 The Comets got a GMC win against the Middies on Wednesday night by a score of 44-37. Sarah Hunter had a game high 15 points while Brianna Glover added 10. Kayla Lamotte added 8 rebounds and four assists. Mason will host Fairfield at 2:00 pm on Saturday. stat link
12/19 FAIRFIELD won 55-17 4-2 2-2 The Comets blow out the Indians 55-17 on Saturday, Dec. 19th. Brianna Glover led Mason with 14 points. Kayla Lamotte added 10. stat link
12/22 @ Kings won 50-40 5-2 2-2 Mason defeated the Knights 50-40 at Kings on Tuesday, Dec. 22nd. stat link
1/2 @ Oak Hills lost 44-35 5-3 2-3 Kayla Lamotte's game high 16 points is not enough as Mason falls at Oak Hills 44-35. The Comets visit Lakota East on Wednesday, Jan. 6th. stat link
1/6 @ Lakota East won 51-41 6-3 3-3

The Lady Comets evened their GMC record with strong win against the Thunderhawks. Mason never trailed in the game after leading by 10 at the half.

Brianna Glover led Mason with 14 points and Kayla McDowell add 12.
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1/9 HAMILTON won 55-27 7-3 4-3

Mason defeated Hamilton at home on Saturday Jan. 9th by a score of 55-27. Sarah Hunter led the Comets with 13 points and 5 assists. Hilliary Melnick added 8 points and 4 assists.

Mason will participate in the prestigious Classic in the Country tournament Jan. 17th and 18th.
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Classic in the Country

Mason vs. Regina

lost 53-33 7-4 4-3

The Mason girls basketball team competed in the prestigious Classic Country in Berlin, Ohio this past weekend. Twenty-nine teams from throughout Ohio and top girl's programs from New Jersey and Florida squared off over the Martin Luther King weekend. The tourney featured 22 seniors who have already committed to Div. I college teams.

Mason dropped their opener to always tough South Euclid Regina by a score of 53-33.

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Classic in the Country

Mason vs. Hiland

lost 65-52 7-5 4-3

The Comets fell to Hiland 65-52 in the night cap of the tourney.

Next up the girls will host Lakota West on Wednesday, January 20th in the new gym.

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1/20 LAKOTA WEST lost 36-35 7-6 4-4

The Comets lost a heart breaker to the Firebirds on Wednesday night, Jan. 20. West sank a free throw with no time remaining to get a 36-35 win. Mason had their own chance to win it with 6 seconds left in the 4th quarter, but couldn't find the bottom of the net. The low scoring game was a see-saw affair with neither team able to establish any offensive rhythm. Kayla McDowell led the Comets with 11 points.

Mason visits Sycamore on January 23rd.

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1/23 @ Sycamore won   8-6 5-4

The Lady Comets rebounded from three straight loses with a 42-38 win over always tough Sycamore on Saturday, Jan. 23rd. Mason was led by Sara Hunter's 13 and Brianna Glover's 10 points.

Mason will host Loveland on Monday, Jan. 25th.

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1/25 LOVELAND won 49-43 9-6 5-4

The Mason girls came from behind on Monday night to defeat Loveland by a score of 49-43. The Comets struggled early but found their groove in the 2nd half to overcome the Tigers. Mason was led by Brianna Glovers 13 points and Sarah Hunters 10. The girls overall record advances to 9-6 on the season.

Next up the Comets visit Princeton on Wednesday, January 27th.

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1/27 @ Princeton lost 51-42 9-7 5-5 Mason's lost to Princeton 51-42 in a game that took two days to play due to a power outage at Princeton on January 27th. The Comets led 20-10 at the half when the delay occurred. It was all Vikings in the 2nd half as Mason got outscored 41-22. The Comets were led by Kayla Lamotte's 17 points. stat link
1/30 COLERAIN lost 39-26 9-8 5-6 A fourth quarter spurt enabled the Cardinals to defeat Mason on Saturday, Jan. 30th. The Comets were outscored 17-7 in the final stretch. Kayla Lamotte led Mason in scoring with 8 points. stat link
2/3 @ Middletown won 55-43 10-8 6-6

Mason defeated Middletown on Wed. Feb. 3rd by a score of 55-43. The Comets advance their overall record to 10-8 and even their GMC record at 6-6.

Next up Mason visits Fairfield on Saturday, Feb. 6th (pending weather).

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2/11 @ Fairfield makeup from 2/6 won 54-30 11-8 7-6

The Lady Comets defeated Fairfield by a score of ___ on Thursday night Feb. 11th. Mason led by 7 at the half but dominated the boards in the final frame on their way to an easy win. Kayla Lamotte led Mason with 13 points. Kayla McDowell added 12 and Brianna Glover scored 11.

The girls will play their final game of the season at home on Saturday, Feb. 13th against Oak Hills. Seniors Kayla Lamotte, Hilliary Melnick, Samantha Templeton and Olivia Hutchison will be recognized in pregame ceremonies.

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2/13 OAK HILLS lost 33-30 11-9 7-7 Mason fell to Oak Hills 33-30 on Saturday, Feb. 13th in their final regular season game of the year. In the low scoring affair Brianna Glover led the Comets with 9 points. stat link


Mason (#11) vs. St. Ursula (#26)

7:30 pm @ Kings

won 53-30 12-9 7-7

The Mason Girl's Basketball team defeated St. Ursula by a score of 53-30 on Monday night at the Southwest Ohio Sectional tournament at Kings. Senior guard Kayla Lamotted scored a team high 12 points in the contest.

Mason will play Oak Hills at 2:45 p.m. Saturday at Kings.
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Mason vs. Oak Hills (#5)

Kings High School


Mason Upsets Highlanders

For the third straight year the Mason girl's basketball team has advanced to the Southwest Ohio Division 1 District Finals. The Lady Comets won a stunning 49-42 triumph over No. 5 Oak Hills (17-5) on Saturday at Kings High School in the Sectional Finals. It was the third meeting of the two schools this season with the Highlanders winning the first two.

Comet seniors Kayla Lamotte and Hilliary Melnick played key roles in the upset victory. Lamotte scored a game-high 17 points (13 in the fourth quarter), pulling down a career-best 13 rebounds and converting 9-of-10 free throws in the final 1:25 of the contest. Melnick knocked down a trio of 3-pointers including a game changing trey at the end of the first half to pull the Comets wtihin 3 heading into the locker room.

The Comets had trailed in the 1st half by as many as 10 points. The lead changed hands four times in the third quarter, then Lamotte took over despite having four fouls. Sophomore Briana Glover added 13 points on 6-of-6 shooting for Mason (13-9).

The Comets will face Walnut Hills (20-3), who dethroned the 4-time state champions Mt. Notre Dame, next Saturday at 1 p.m. at Harrison High School.
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Mason vs. Walnut Hills

1:00 p.m. @ Harrison

lost 48-47 13-10 7-7


The Lady Comets made their third straight appearance in the District Finals at Harrison on Saturday against Walnut Hills. Mason gave a tremendous effort after falling behind by as many as 13 in the contest. Unfortunately the Comets fell just short losing by a final score of 48-87.

The first quarter ended with the Eagles holding a slight 9-6 advantage. In the second quarter Walnut Hills opened up a 24-13 lead going into the locker room. The Comets shot 23% while WH shot 50% from the field.

In the third quarter Mason pulled within one at 32-31 with 2 minutes to play in the quarter. The Eagles led 36-31 going to the fourth. Mason pulled within 2 with less than 2 remaining. Kayla McDowell's two free throws tied the game at the 1:16 mark 44-44. Down 4 with 16 seconds remaining Brianna Glover's put back got the Comets within one with 16 seconds to play (48-47) . Mason retained possession with a chance to win but turned the ball over with 11 seconds left. The Comets had one last chance in the final seconds but Sarah McDowell's long desperation shot fell short as time ran out.

Sarah Hunter led Mason with 13 followed by Kayla McDowell's 12 points. Kayla Lamotte had 6 assists.





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Mason Results


Board 1   Dennis Tseng 1 - 0 Dan Hoffman
Board 2   Kevin Huang 1 - 0 Alex Seta
Board 3   Nathan Roser 1 - 0 Ryan Schwemberger
Board 4   Michael Zhou 1 - 0 Sean Miller
Board 5   Joseph Spencer 1 - 0 Corey Neuman
Board 6   Nick Yeung 1/2 - 1/2 Nici Antoni
11/10 Fairfield won 5-0 2-0
Board 1   Dennis Tseng 1 - 0 Billy Page
Board 2   Kevin Huang 1 - 0 Robert Lopina
Board 3   Michael Zhou 1 - 0 Richard Chiang
Board 4   Joseph Spencer 1 - 0 John Lin
Board 5   Kevin Lu 1 - 0 Paul Schuler
Board 6   Nick Yeung 0 - 1 Tony Hoehn
Board 7   Jacob Denny 0 - 1 Andwer Williams
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Board 9       -    
11/12 HAMILTON won 5-0 3-0
Board 1   Kevin Huang 1 - 0 Colin Thrasher
Board 2   Nathan Roser 1 - 0 Patrick Carroll
Board 3   Michael Zhou 1 - 0 Casey Hollifield
Board 4   Joseph Spencer 1 - 0 Hillary Betzler
Board 5   Kevin Lu 1 - 0 Devin O'Connor
Board 6   Nick Yeung 1 - 0 Chris Simmons
11/17 Middletown won 4-1 4-0  
11/19 OAK HILLS won 3-2 5-0
Board 1   Dennis Tseng 1 - 0 Izak Velasquez
Board 2   Kevin Huang 1 - 0 Duy Dao
Board 3   Nathan Roser 0 - 1 Triet Dao
Board 4   Michael Zhou 0 - 1 Nakai Velasquez
Board 5   Joseph Spencer 1 - 0 Kyle Dring
Board 6   Kevin Lu 1 - 0 Zach Smith
1/24 Lakota West lost 3-2 5-1
Board 1   Dennis Tseng 1 - 0 David Klimek
Board 2   Kevin Huang 1 - 0 Bao Do
Board 3   Nathan Roser 0 - 1 Charlie Lin
Board 4   Michael Zhou 0 - 1 Shelby Owens
Board 5   Kevin Lu 0 - 1 Neil Vallabh
Board 6   Nick Yeung 0 - 1 N. N.
12/1 SYCAMORE lost 3.5-1-5 5-2
Mason Result Sycamore
Dennis Tseng 1 - 0 Sukhada Kulkarni
Kevin Huang 1/2 - 1/2 Andrew Wick
Nathan Roser 0 - 1 Steven Miraglia
Michael Zhou 0 - 1 Mitch Mazzei
Joseph Spencer 0 - 1 Matt Burke
Kevin Lu 1 - 0 Mike Walling
Nick Yeung 0 - 1 Victor Hu
12/3 Lakota East won 3.5-1.5 6-2
Mason Result Lakota East
Board 1   Dennis Tseng 1 - 0 Akash Umakantha
Board 2   Kevin Huang 1 - 0 Dwight Hu
Board 3   Nathan Roser 1/2 - 1/2 Zach Douglas
Board 4   Michael Zhou 1 - 0 Jason Shake
Board 5   Joseph Spencer 0 - 1 Eric Fox
12/8 PRINCETON won 4-1 7-2 No report
12/14 GMC TOURNAMENT 3rd place   13-4-1

The Comet Chessman competed at Monday's GMC end of the season tourney. The team played one match against each of the 9 other teams coming away with 6 wins, 2 loses, and 1 draw.

Mason just edged out Lakota West for third place in the final league standings. Sycamore was the league champion followed by Lakota East then Mason.

1st Dennis Tseng 6-3-0 14-3-0 2nd Kevin Hu 7-0-2 15-0-3 3rd Nathan Roser 2-6-1 4-10-2 4th Michael Zhou 7-2-0 13-5-0 5th Joe Spencer 5-4-0 10-7-0

Kevin Hauang and Dennis Tseng recieved 1st Team All-GMC recognition.



Season Wrapup

13-4-1 overall

3rd place GMC

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Team Placings
All-Around Winner
Mason Highlights

Snow Flake Invit.

4th place: Worthington Kilbourne score: 128.025

3rd place: Lakota West score: 128.95

2nd place: Dublin Coffman score: 130.375

1st place: Mason score: 130.875

All-Around Winner: Stephanie Powers (Lakota West 34.925)

Mason is off to a great start to their 2009-10 season with a win at the 12-team Turpin Snowflake Invitational held at Cincinnati Country Day. Returning state qualifiers, Sarah Taylor and Lauren Brune led the way for the Comets, along with freshman newcomer, Anna Taylor, sophomore newcomer Rachel Hawthorne, and returning senior Jenna Bookman.


Event Name Score Place

Vault Sarah Taylor 8.7 2nd

Vault Lauren Brune 8.0 10th

Beam Sarah Taylor 8.65 5th

Beam Anna Taylor 8.6 6th

Beam Olivia Bergesen 8.275 10th

Floor Sarah Taylor 8.925 2nd

Floor Lauren Brune 8.575 7th

Floor Anna Taylor 8.575 8th

All-Around Sarah Taylor 34.025 3rd



1/9 CCD Indian Cup

4th place: Thomas Worthington score: 121.00

3rd place: Anderson score: 124.975

2nd place: Centerville score: 127.45

1st place: Mason score: 130.925


Mason came away with a 1st place finish at he annual CCD Indian Cup Gymnastics event this past weekend. The Comets also won the team Vault, Beam, and Floor titles, as well as an individual beam title by freshman, Anna Taylor. Other solid performances came from senior, Sarah Taylor, who scored for the Comets on every event and sophomore Jenna Bovenzi & junior Lauren Brune whose scores each counted for 3 events. Juniors, Alex Perez & Olivia Bergesen each performed their best routines ever for the Comets on floor & beam, respectively.

Congratulations to each member of the gymanasitics squad!

Next up is the Mason Comet Cup on January 16th.


4th place: Anderson score: 125.5

3rd place: Centerville score: 128.05

2nd place: Northmont score: 128.2

1st place: Mason score: 136.35

All-Around Winner: Kara Esler 35.15 (Mason)

Mason had a great showing on their ‘home field’ this weekend as champions of the 2010 Comet Cup. Mason outdistanced second place Northmont 136.35 to 128.20 to take the crown.

Kara Esler’s debut for the Comets proved to be a strong one as she placed on every event, including winning the all-around, bars, and floor events. In addition, the Comets benefitted from steady performances from Sarah Taylor, Olivia Bergesen, Jenna Bookman, Jenna Bovenzi, Lauren Robertson, Lauren Brune, & Anna Taylor.

Next up the Gymnastic Comets will compete in the Centerville Invitational Jan. 23rd.

1/23 Centerville Invit.

4th place: Beavercreek score: 130.825

3rd place: Northmont score: 132.075

2nd place: Centerville score: 133.325

1st place: Mason score: 137.225

All-Around Winner: Megan Gill 35.775 (Beavercreek)


The Gymanastic team continued their winning ways on Saturday Jan. 23rd at the Centerville Invitational. Mason placed 1st out of ten other teams edging the host Elks by a score of 137.225-1333.325.

Mason’s individual gymnasts continue to steadily improve as the team has to date gone undefeated (4-0) this season. The Comets achieved over 15 personal best scores, including 4 personal bests alone from junior Olivia Bergesen. Top routines came from many athletes including Kara Esler, Sarah Taylor, Olivia Bergesen, Jenna Bovenzi, Lauren Robertson, Rachel Hawthorne, & Anna Taylor.

Mason’s next meet: 1/30/10 Lakota East Invitational.

1/30 Lakota East Invit.

4th place: Centerville score: 129.95

3rd place: Lakota West score: 133.175

2nd place: Worthington Kilbourne score: 134.4

1st place: Mason score: 135.875

All-Around Winner: Megan Gill 35.1 (Beavercreek


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Olivia Bergesen

Jenna Bovenzi

Kara Esler

Jenna Bovenzi

Anna Taylor

Jenna Bookman

Sarah Taylor

Kara Esler

Sarah Taylor

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Kara Esler

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Sarah Taylor

All Around
Olivia Bergesen

Mason meet highlights: With strong team performances on bars, beam & floor, Mason improved its record to 5-0 winning the East Invitaional on Saturday, Jan. 30th .Mason athletes Kara Esler, Sarah Taylor, Olivia Bergesen, & Anna Taylor. contributed to team scores on 3 of the 4 events for the Comets.

Mason’s next meet: 2/4/10 Lakota East Quad

2/4 Lakota East Quad

4th place: Miamisburg score: 117.075

3rd place: Lakota East score: 123.475

2nd place: Beavercrek score: 125.275

1st place: Mason score: 134.325

All-Around Winner: Codie Owens 33.75 (Lakota East)

The Mason High gymnastics team is still undefeated. The Comets captured the top spot of the Lakota East Quad on Thursday night, Feb. 4, compiling 134.325 points for their sixth triumph of the season.

Mason had 10 different gymnasts place top 8 in the 5 events, showing the depth of the team as they win the Lakota East quad to improve their record to 6-0. Mason saw excellent performances from Kara Esler, Olivia Bergesen, Jenna Bovenzi, & Lindsay Woehrmyer.

Mason’s next meet: 2/20/10 City Championships




4th place: Anderson score: 126.9

3rd place: Lakota East score: 127.375

2nd place: Lakota West score: 129.9

1st place: Mason score: 136.45

All-Around Winner: Kara Esler (Mason)

Comet Gymnasts win City Championship!

Mason won its second straight city gymnastics championship Saturday, scoring 136.15 points at Cincinnati Country Day to finish ahead of second-place Lakota West's score of 129.9. Now the Comets can focus on erasing a bad memory from last year.

Led by all-around champion Kara Esler, Mason put in a final tune-up before next week's district meet at Lakota East with an eye on earning a spot in the state meet March 5-6. The top two teams from the South district, which includes Dayton-area schools, will advance to state.

Mason is undefeated in seven meets this season. The Comets were a favorite at last year's district meet but finished third and missed out on the program's first state appearance.

"Last year is behind us, but it has motivated us," said Esler, a senior who finished with a score of 34.9. "I don't think we had that great of a meet today, so we can definitely improve. A day like today will only help us."

Esler finished second on the uneven bars and floor exercise and third on the balance beam to take the all-around title. Senior Codie Owens of Lakota East placed second in the all-around, while Lakota West junior Stephanie Powers finished third. Mason teammates Sarah Taylor and Olivia Bergesen were fourth and fifth, respectively, while junior Alex Wilt of Seven Hills placed sixth.

Mason's next meet-- District Championships, Saturday, February 27th @ Lakota East at 9:30 am.




@Lakota East, 9:30 am

4th place: Beavercreek score: 132.85

3rd place: Northmont score: 133.525


2nd place: Mason score: 135.9

1st place: Lakota West score: 136.4

All-Around Winner: Stephanie Powers (Lakota West 35.5)


For the first time in the program's history, the Mason Gymnastics Team has advanced to the State Championships. The Comets (135.9) finished District Runnerup to Lakota West (136.4) at this past weekends District Championships with the top two teams advancing to next weekends State competition. Over 100 gymnasts and 15 teams competed at the event held at Lakota East.

Gymnasts turning in excellent performances to score for the Comets included; seniors Kara Esler, Sarah Taylor, juniors Olivia Bergesen, Alex Perez, sophomores Jenna Bovenzi (competed first time with new vault), Lauren Robertson and freshman Anna Taylor. Kara Esler qualified to state on vault and floor along with Sarah Taylor qualifying also on floor.

Congratulations to all the coaches and team members and.....


All-District Team members from Mason: Kara Esler, Lauren Robertson, Anna
Taylor, Sarah Taylor. Head Coach Kelly Wones was named the OHSAA Southwest District Coach of the Year!

Vault--Kara Esler, 8.775-5th

Floor--Kara Esler--9.175--3rd

Floor--Sarah Taylor--9.075--5th




Hillard Darby HS Columbus, OH

12-Perrysburg 129.125 12th

11-Lakota West 129.975 11th

10-Thomas Worthington 132.20 10th

9-Worthington Kilbourne 132.625 9th

8-Columbus St. Frances De Sales 134.85 7th

7-Mason 134.85 7th

6-Napoleon 136.00 6th

5-Mentor 139.90

4-Rocky River Magnificat 140.375 4th

3-Hudson 141.275 3rd

2-Strongsville 141.60 2nd

1-Brecksville-Broadview Hts. 148.05 State
Champion (7 years in a row)



Mason competed this past weekend in the programs first State Meet. The Comets finished an impressive 7th overall with a 4th place finish as a team on the floor exercise. Mason set a team high vault record, thanks to
Kara Esler, Olivia Bergesen, Sarah Taylor, and Jenna Bovenzi (successfully completed a new vault for the 1st time in competition!) Other counting
scores for the Comets came from team members Lauren Brune, Lauren Robertson (who topped her highest beam score for the season), and Anna Taylor.





Kara Esler




Kara Esler




Sarah Taylor




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Academic Quiz






Varsity 1 - Mason 44/Princeton 17

Varsity 2 - Mason 46/Princeton 15

JVarsity - Mason 34/Princeton 57


Varsity 1 - Mason 55 Middletown 27

Varsity 2 - Mason 37 Middletown 18

JV - Mason 45 Middletown 30

12/16 Oak Hills  

Varsity 1 - Mason 40 Oak Hills 47

Varsity 2 - Mason 46 Oak Hills 35

JV - Mason 32 Oak Hills 33

1/6 COLERAIN won

Varsity 1 - Mason 55 Colerain 41

Varsity 2 - Mason 51 Colerain 40

JV - Mason 45 Colerain 39

1/13 Lakota East won Varsity 1 - Mason 44 Lakota East 39
Varsity 2 - Mason 40 Lakota East 24
JV - Mason 32 Lakota East 42
1/20 SYCAMORE won

Varsity 1 - Mason 51 Sycamore 57

Varsity 2 - Mason 48 Sycamore 46

JV - Mason 14 Sycamore 50

1/27 HAMILTON won

Mason 47-17

Mason 30-24

2/3 Fairfield won

Varsity 1 - Mason 46 Fairfield 26

Varsity 2 - Mason 38 Fairfield 18

JV - Mason 44 Fairfield 43


Varsity 1 - Mason 37 Lakota West 51

Varsity 2 - Mason 48 Lakota West 49

JV - Not played

2/19 GMC TOURNAMENT   The Mason quizzers concluded their season with a 2nd place finish in the GMC and an overall record of 14-4-0.  

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Boys Swimming

Team Placings
Meet result links




JV Event

1st place   Mason High School J.V. girls and boys leave Princeton, Turpin and Anderson, in their wake after a strong win on Saturday! The guys and the girls both had excellent swims.
On the boys side we had many steller swims as well! Kevin Feng helping out in the Medley and 200 Free Relays, and kicking tail in the 100 Backstroke. Drew Manguiat tearing up the 100 Free as well as the grueling 500 Free. Andrew Tracy also had an awesome performance in the 100 Breaststroke. Other guys with outstanding swims were, Jacob Grant in the Fly and Free, Alec Diehl in the 200 Free and Joey Collins sprinting his way to the top in the 50 Freestlye.
All of our swimmers did well in the quad meet and they all deserve high fives for a job well done!
Congratulations Comets!!
12/18-12/19 Big 8 Meet and Canton Invitational 8th overall  

The Comets traveled up to Canton to compete in the Big 8 Invitational on Friday night, Dec. 18, and the Canton Christmas Invitational the following day. At the Big 8, the Mason boys finished 8th overall scoing 93 points. No teams scores were kept for the 30-team Canton Invitational.

1/2 Larry Lyons Invit.     NO REPORT
1/8 Worthington Invit.     NO REPORT
1/9 Ned Reeb Invit.     NO REPORT
1/17 COACHES CLASSIC 15th place stat link The men had their fair share of swaggering individual performances and finished 15th overall as a team at the event. Sever Trifan, soared above the rest in the 50 Breaststroke, not only winning the event with a time of 2.31, but also breaking the Classic record. Not stopping there Sever had another outstanding performance in the 100 Breast earning a spot in the top 16 with a 14th place finish and a time of 1:03.57.

The 200 Medley Relay was the guys relay of the meet placing in the top 8 championship heat with a time of 1:43.2. The result was the guys swimming their best times of the night. The guys diving team had some celebrating to do as well with Sean Sargent showing passion and poise. He finished #1 delivering a strong performance with a score of 404.50.

Congratulations to all the girls and guys who worked so hard to do so well at the Southwest Classic Swimming and Diving meet.
1/22 QUAD MEET     No Report
1/23 St. Xavier Invit.     No report

1. Lakota East 153

2. Mason High School Swimming 145

3. Moeller High School 139

4. Lakota West 94

stat link No report
1/30 ST. XAVIER/URSULINE     No report
2/5 GMC DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS     The GMC Diving Championships have been rescheduled to Sunday morning at Mason High School beginning with warmups starting at 8:30 AM (pending weather conditions).

1. Sycamore High School 462

2. Mason High School Swimming 348

3. Fairfield High School 221

4. Lakota East 217

5. Cincinnati Princeton 197

6. Lakota West 192

7. Oak Hills High School 166

8. Middletown High School 116

9. Colerain High School 58

10. Hamilton 53

results link

The boys swimming and diving teams finished 2nd overall at the rescheduled GMC Championships held Sunday at Mason. Sycamore placed 1st by a 477-384 margin. Sever Trifan finished 1st in the 100 breaststroke. Sean Sargent place first in the 1 meter Diving competition.

Mason will host and compete in the Sectional Championships on Feb. 12th and 13th.



@Mason High School

4th place results link  
2/20 DISTRICTS 14th place results link

Congratulation to the following boys swimmers and divers who finished in the top four for their event and qualifed for the OHSAA State Championships.....

400 Freestyle Relay - Brad Lebling, Patrick Knapp, Brian Wunderle, Eric Chen

1 mt. diving - Sean Sargent


The OHSAA Swimming and Diving State Championships will be held next Friday and Saturday in Canton, Ohio at C.T. Branin Natatorium.


2/26 & 2/27


Canton, Ohio


The boys 400 meter relay team of Brad Lebling, Patrick Knapp, Brian Wunderle, and Eric Chen finished 22nd overall at this past weekends OHSAA State Swimming and Diving Championships. Sean Sargent finished 17th in the 1 meter diving competition.




--2nd GMC

--4th Sectional

--14th District


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Girls Swimming

Date Event Team Placings
Meet result links






JV Event

1st place  

Mason High School J.V. girls and boys leave Princeton, Turpin and Anderson, in their wake after a strong win on Saturday! The guys and the girls both had excellent swims.

Leading the ladies Mary Mostowy individually did well cutting time and winning the girls 50 Freestyle, and a strong second in the 100 Freestyle. The girls also swam exceptionally well in all three relays. Other Comet ladies that produced good swims were, Amy Yang lending a hand in the 200 Medley Relay and the 400 Free Relay and winning both 100 Freestyle as well as the 100 Breaststroke. Ally Crossley did an excellent job winning the Backstroke and the 1oo Butterfly. Jordon Clatterbuck held her own in the 200 I.M. and Anna Lupica plowed through the 100 Fly! Congratulations to all the girls for a meet well swam!

12/18 Big 8 Meet-Canton Invitational     The girls team finished fifth overall at the Big Eight scoring 247 points. Senior Danielle Jansen won the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly at the Big 8, and the 100 and 200 free events on Saturday at the Canton Invite. No team scores were kept for the Saturday meet.
1/2 Larry Lyons Invit.     NO REPORT
1/8 Worthington Invit.     NO REPORT
1/9 Ned Reeb Invit.     NO REPORT
1/17 COACHES CLASSIC 1st Place stat link


The Mason Girl's Swimming team won another Southwest Ohio Coaches Classic this past weekend. The Comets ran away with the title besting powerhouse programs Centerville (2nd) and Ursuline Academy (3rd). . Danielle Jansen led the way winning the 100 Free, 500 Free, 100 Breaststroke, and finishing second in the 50 Free. There were many tremendous individual Comet performances that led to the 1st place finish.

Of note the 400 Freestyle Relay is a story that will go down in the books as one of the most exciting races in Mason history. Leading off for the Comets was Emily Faas. At the start of the race Emily slips, dragging and scrapping her knee and foot on the starting block and falls to the water. She then takes off two body lengths behind everyone, but with a stellar effort pulls off a split of 57.07, chasing the leaders Ursuline and Springboro. Morgan Emter makes some headway at a sizzling 54.65 and Cari Caprio runs down the leaders and blazes her way to a 53.72. Then the beast is unleashed and a white hot Danielle Jansen conquers and skates in with a 51.01 and rallies to a victory! The girls emerged victors with a time of 3:36.45!!

The Girls diving team also proved a force with 3 top finishers. Maddie Sewell gracefully dove her way to 7th place with a score of 363.80. Taylor Edwards with style earns a 6th place with a score of 364.80 and Magen Halwagen 3rd place with a breathtaking score of 398.80.

The men had their fair share of swaggering individual performances and finished 15th overall as a team at the event. Sever Trifan, soared above the rest in the 50 Breaststroke, not only winning the event with a time of 2.31, but also breaking the Classic record. Not stopping there Sever had another outstanding performance in the 100 Breast earning a spot in the top 16 with a 14th place finish and a time of 1:03.57.

The 200 Medley Relay was the guys relay of the meet placing in the top 8 championship heat with a time of 1:43.2. The result was the guys swimming their best times of the night. The guys diving team had some celebrating to do as well with Sean Sargent showing passion and poise. He finished #1 delivering a strong performance with a score of 404.50.

Congratulations to all the girls and guys who worked so hard to do so well at the Southwest Classic Swimming and Diving meet.

1/22 QUAD MEET     No report
1/23 St. Xavier Invit.     No report

1. Mason High School Swimming 213

2. Lakota East 147

3. Lakota West 122

4. Mount Notre Dame High School 69

stat link No report
1/30 ST. XAVIER/URSULINE     No report

1. Mason High School Swimming 543

2. Sycamore High School 311

3. Lakota East 303

4. Lakota West 216

5. Cincinnati Princeton 201

6. Oak Hills High School 162

7. Colerain High School 108

8. Fairfield High School 96

9. Middletown High School 58

10. Hamilton 46

results link


The girl's swimming and diving team won their third consecutive GMC Championship this past Sunday. The Comets overwhelmed second place Sycamore by a 585-364 margin.

The Lady Comets had a number of stellar 1st place finishes. Breanne Keenan, Morgan Emter, Katie Heywood, and Betsy Stemple won the 200 medley relay.
All-American Danielle Jansen set a league record winning the 200 IM. Betsy Stemple, Kayla Wiemers, Cari Caprio, and Danielle Jansen placed 1st in the 200 freestyle relay. The 400 freestyle relay was won by Emily Faas, Morgan Emter, Cari Caprio, and Danielle Jansen setting a new league record. Morgan Emter was the GMC champion in the 100 breaststroke. Megan Helwagen won the 1-meter diving championship.

Mason will host and compete in the Sectional Championships on Feb. 12th and 13th.





@ Mason High School

2nd place results link The Mason Girls Swimming and Diving Team finished 2nd to Ursuline Academy at this past weekends Sectional Championships. Ursuline totaled 386.5 to Mason's 357.


@Miami University

3rd place

girls swim results link

girls diving results link

Congratulations to the following girls swimmers and divers who finished in the top four of their event and qualifed for the OHSAA State Championships....

200 Medley Relay - Abbie Allen, Morgan Emter, Katie Heywood, Betsy Stemple

200 Freestyle - Danielle Jansen, Cari Caprio

100 Freestyle - Danielle Jansen, Cari Caprio

200 Freestyle Relay - Cari Caprio, Betsy Stemple, Kayla Wiemers, Danielle Jansen

100 Breaststroke - Morgan Emter, Kathleen Casey

400 Freestyle Relay - Emily Faas, Morgan Emter, Cari Caprio, Danielle Jansen

1 mt. diving - Megan Helwagen, Taylor Edwards, Sean Sargent

The OHSAA Swimming and Diving State Championships will be held next Friday and Saturday in Canton, Ohio at C.T. Branin Natatorium.

2/26 & 2/27


Canton, Ohio



The Mason Girl's Swimming and Dive team finished fourth at this past weekends OHSAA State Championships held in Canton, Ohio. The Comets scored 139 points, 10 shy of third place Turpin and 12 ahead of fifth place Centerville. Upper Arlington won the state championship with 295 points.

Danielle Jansen collected a pair of bronze medals, taking third in both the 200 yard freestyle and the 100 freestyle. Jansen along teammates Cari Caprio, Morgan Emter, and Breanne Jansen won another Bronze in the 400 freestyle relay. Emter also reached the podium for Mason, placing fourth in the 100 yard breast stroke with a time of 1:05.46. Additonally, Emter swam a leg of the 200 freestyle relay team — along with Jansen, Cari Caprio and Betsy Stemple — that finished fourth in 1:37.52.

Below is a list of all the Mason participants and their finishes at State:

--200 Medley relay - 9th place Abbie Allen, Morgan Emter, Katie Heywood, Betsy Stemple
--200 Freestyle - 3rd place Danielle Jansen, 16th Cari Caprio
--100 Freestyle - 3rd place Danielle Jansen, 21st Cari Caprio
--200 Freestyle Relay - 4th place Cari Caprio, Morgan Emter, Danielle Jansen, Betsy Stemple
--100 Breaststroke - 4th Morgan Emter, 14th Kathleen Casey
--400 Freestyle Relay - 3rd place Cari Caprio, Morgan Emter, Breanne Jansen, Danielle Jansen
--1 meter diving - 12th Megan Helwagen, 14th Taylor Edwards




--1st GMC

--2nd Sectional

--3rd Districts

--4th State

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Date Event Team Placings Dual W/L/T Record
Mason Highlights

Moeller Dual


Finals Mason - 12 (2nd Place)
Moeller - 54 (1st Place)

Round 1
Mason - 73
Louisville St. Xavier 3

Round 2
Mason - 45
Springboro - 27

Round 3
Mason - 34
Toledo Central Catholic - 30

12/10 Oak Hills Dual

Mason 43

Oak Hills 24



103 victoria (m) pin baas (o)
112 luria (m) pin miller (o)
119 atrip (m) pin greico (o)
125 weiskittel (o) dec. 9-7 c. gonzalez (m)
130 j. gonzalez (m) dec. 9-7 dotson (o)
135 mescker (m) pin callabro (o)
140 flannery (m) dec. 16-15 neville (o)
145 shepard (m) pin haehnle (o)
152 fitzpatrick (o) pin zoutis (m)
160 walden (m) dec. 11-7 westerfeld (o)
171 quinn (o) inj. def. searer (m)
189 porter (m) dec. 11-6 geer (o)
215 andriot (o) pin tedoldi (m)
285 cox (o) dec. 13-7 mcbride (m)

12/12 Castle Dual 1st place  

Dual Meet Scores

Mason 60 - Southwestern (IN) 12
Mason 62 - Alexandria (IN) 4
Mason 60 - Fishers (IN) 9
Mason 58 - Union County (IN) 15
Mason 36 - New Castle (IN) 21

12/18-12/19 Coaches Classic

Top 10 Team Finishers

1) Elder-D1 225.5
2) Mason-D1 205
3) Moeller-D1 186
4) Ryle-D1 186
5) Lakota West-D1 164
6) Harrison-D1 151
7) Princeton-D1 147.5
8) OakHills-D1 125.5
9) Lakota East-D1 96.5
10) Ross-D2 76.5


Mason competed in the prestigious Glen Sample Coaches Classic on Dec. 18th and 19th. Out of 35 teams competeing the Comets came away with a 2nd place finish just behind tourney champ Moeller.

Individual Place Winners:

112 lbs. Brian Luria - 4th Place
119 lbs. Jeremy Artrip - 2nd Place
125 lbs. Christian Gonzalez - 4th Place
130 lbs. Jesse Gorsek - 6th Place
135 lbs. Jacob Mescher - 3rd Place
140 lbs. Robert Shepherd - 1st Place
145 lbs. Kyle McIntyre - 3rd Place
152 lbs. Eoin Walden - 7th Place
189 lbs. Andy Porter - 1st Place

12/28-12/29 Medina Invit. 4TH PLACE  

Congratulations to the Mason Wrestling Team which finished in 4th place in the very tough 35th Annual Medina Holiday Wrestling Tournament. Mason had 7 place winners in the 40 team tournament. Below is a recap of team and individual results. This is a great improvement over last season when the Comets finished 14th overall and had just two place winners.

Medina Invitational Results

Top Ten Team Scores - 40 Teams Total
1. St. Edward 285.5 State Rank 1st in Div. 1
2. Oak Harbor 168.5 State Rank 2nd in Div. 2
3. Mass. Perry 150.5 State Rank 5th in Div. 1
4. Mason 141.0 State Rank 8th in Div 1
5. Pick. North 124.5 State Rank 15th in Div 1
6. CVCA 114.0 State Rank 3rd in Div 3
7. Claymont 105.5 State Rank 6th in Div 2
8. Medina 99.5 Not Ranked
9. Highland 94.5 Not Ranked
10. Olentangy 91.0 State Rank 9th in Div 2

Place Winners
112 - Brian Luria - 5th Place
119 - Jeremy Artrip - 2nd Place
125 - Christian Gonzalez - 7th Place
135 - Jacob Mescher - 6th Place
145 - Kyle McIntyre - 8th Place
160 - Aaron Walden - 4th Place
189 - Andy Porter - 2nd Place


Ohio State Duals

Wadsworth HS

1st Place - Wadsworth
2nd Place - St. Edwards
3rd Place - Elder
4th Place - Twinsburg
5th Place - Mason
6th Place - Mentor
7th Place - Marysville
8th Place - Springboro

Congratulations to the Mason Wrestling Team for finishing 5th in the State Dual Meet Wrestling Championships this past week-end. Josh McBride's pin gave the Comets a come from behind victory against Mentor High School. Wrestlers that went 3-0 on the day included Ruben Victoria (103), Robert Shepherd (140) Kyle McIntyre (145) and Andy Porter (189.

Dual Meet Recap scores:
Twinsburg 29 - 25 Mason (Loss)
Mason 50 - 21 Springboro (Win)
Mason 38 - 34 Mentor (Win)

Of note....Congratulations to Robert Shepherd for becoming the All-Time career wins holder at Mason High School. Robert surpassed Brian Porters 120 career win record this past week-end. Shepherd currently has 127 career varsity wins.

Next up for the Comets is a big GMC dual match at Lakota West on Saturday, January 16th.

1/16 Lakota West Duals 1st place  

The wrestling team participated in the Lakota West Duals on Saturday January 16th. The Comets defeated Princeton, Tecumeseh and Hillard Davidson during pool matches. Mason advanced to the finals where they defeated Kettering Fairmont 49-12 to win the event. Fairmont won the opening two matches of the championship round with pins in the 215 lb. and 285 lb. weight classes, but Mason responded by winning the final 12 matches. Sophomore Ruben Victoria got the Comets rolling with a 3-0 win at 130 lbs. Juniors Brian Luria and Jeremy Artrip followed with pins in their matches to overcome earlier defeats.

Seven Mason wrestlers went undefeated, including sophomore Eoin Walden who had three pins among his four victories at 152 lbs. Junior Jesse Gorsek had two pins against four opponents at 130 lbs.

Mason is ranked No. 3 in city wide polling and tied for 9th in the state coaches poll. Next up for the Comets is the January 21st Harrison Duals.



Pin Cancer Night!

Mason 29 Harrison 24  

The Comets came from behind to defeat the #4 ranked team in Cincinnati. Below is a complete list of all the matches.

103 - R. Victoria (MAS) MD T. Fay HAR 14- 4
112 - P. Campbell (HAR) DEC B. Lurian (MAS) 5-0
119 - M. Fay (HAR) PIN F. Jamous (MAS)
125 - C. Gonzalez (MAS) DEC B.Giffin (HAR) 14-8
130 - E. Lehrter (HAR) DEC J. Mescher (MAS) 3-2
135 - B. Flannery (MAS) PIN R. Fay (HAR)
140 - R. Shepherd (MAS) MD J. Presley (HAR) 19-8
145 - K. McIntyre (MAS) DEC T. Giffin (HAR) 6-2
152 - E. Walden (MAS) DEC Steven Newell (HAR) 11-4
160 - CJ. Rivera (HAR) PIN J. Suess (MAS)
171 - S. Whitmore (HAR) DEC K. Searer (MAS) 5-3
189 - A. Porter (MAS) DEC P. Isham (HAR) 5-4
215 - J. Sittason (HAR) DEC D. Tedoldi (MAS) 8-3
285 - J. McBride (MAS) DEC J. Kellems (HAR) 4-3


1. MASON (MA) 248

2. OLENTANGY (OL) 212.5


4. MARYSVILLE (MV) 181.5








12. MILFORD (MI) 42



The Mason Wrestling team won the J Horning Inviational on Saturday, January 23rd. It marks the 2nd time the Comets have won the event they host each year in honor of their former captain James Horning. Mason bested 2nd place Olentangy by an overall score of 248-212.5.

The Comets advanced eight wrestlers to the semifinals to help them add to the trophy case the title they also won in 2007. Mason is ranked No. 3 in the Enquirer's Division I coaches' poll. It won the Lakota West Duals last Saturday and beat No. 5 Harrison in a dual meet on Thursday.

Robert Shepherd (140 lb. weight class) was Mason's lone champion. Saturday night, he defeated Lakota West junior Ty Davis, the state runner-up at 130 pounds last season, 9-3, in a matchup of two of the area's best wrestlers. Shepherd and Davis went scoreless for the first half of the match before Shepherd got a two-point reversal with 1:04 left in the second period Shepherd's lead was 4-1 at the end of the second period. For his efforts he was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler in the lower weight classes (103-140) after finishing with two pins among his four victories.

Listed below are the championship match results:

103 Trevor Fiorucci(OL) md. Ryan Murdock(DC) 8-0

112 Anthony McHugh(OL) d. Cameron Longwell(HD) 7-0

119 Jon Edwards(GV) p. Anthony Alexander(DC) 4:13

125 Noah Forrider(MV) d. Christian Gonzalez(MA) 4-3

130 Jake McCombs(MV) md. Evan Warner(GV) 13-2

135 Brandon Howes(PN) d. Brendan Flannery(MA) 9-6

140 Robert Shepherd(MA) d. Ty Davis(LW) 9-3

145 Joe Grandominico(OL) md. Craig McIntire(LW) 10-1

152 Brian Mathews(CV) d. Selo Ramjattan(GV) 7-1

160 Devin Purkiser(LW) d. Tyler Bowens(HD) 5-0

171 Matt Ferguson(PN) d. Brandon Porter(DC) 14-9

189 Nick Miller(CV) inj default Andy Porter(MA)

215 Kyle Rose(CV) d. Nate Weaks(MV) 7-3

285 Chad Doan(DC) d. Konnoe Blevins(LW) 10-4

The Comets will wrestle in the Harrison Quad on January 30th.

1/30 Harrison Quad

Elder 42-Mason 29

Mason 40-PN 30


The Comets participated in the Harrison Quad on Saturday, Jan. 30th. Elder defeated Mason 42-29 and Mason defeated Pickerington North by a final socre of 40-30.

Next up is a Super Tri Meet at Mason Saturday, Feb. 6th.

Elder 42, Mason 29

103 -Victoria (M) d. Sur 5-3; 112 -Luria (M), forfeit; 119 -Daniels (E) pin Jamous 1:40; 125 -Artrip (M) pin Z. Kurzhals 3:38; 130 -Gonzales (M) pin B. Kurzhals 2:51; 135 -Gillespie (E) d. Gorsek 7-4; 140 -Ruffing (E) pin Flannery 2:41; 145 -Shepard (M) tf Rinck 25-10; 152 -McIntyre (M) d. Meyer 14-8; 160 -Conners (E) d. Walden 7-2; 171 -Fuhr (E) pin Searer 1:46; 189 -Hyland (E), forfeit; 215 -P. Nusekabel (E), forfeit; 285 -N. Nusekabel (E), forfeit.

Mason 40, Pickerington North 30

103 -Victoria (M) d. Orr 11-8; 112 -Marsaco (P) d. Luria 5-3(ot); 119 -Jamous (M) pin Pinkins 2:56; 125 -Artrip (M) pin Corder :45; 130 -Gonzales (M) d. Donlley 18-9; 135 -Gorsek (M) pin Pinter 3:28; 140 -Flannery (M), forfeit; 145 -Shepard (M) d. Marsako 7-3; 152 -McIntyre (M) pin Nuorpilla 1:19; 160 -Bui (P) d. Walden 7-1; 171 -Ferguson (P) pin Suarer 3:37; 189 -Justus (P), forfeit; 215 -Lamancusa (P), forfeit; 285 -Elflein (P), forfeit.



@ Oak Hills High School

1. Mason 202.0
2. Princeton 155.5
3. Lak. West 151.0
4. Fairfield 145.5
5. Oak Hills 110.5
6. Lak. East 83.5
7. Middletown 72.0
8. Colerain 55.0
9. Hamilton 49.0
10. Sycamore 35.0

Shepherd and Murnan Earn Wrestler and Coach of the Year Honors

The Mason Wrestling team won the programs first ever GMC Championship held at Oak Hills High School on Saturday, February 13. The Comets totaled 202 points, far in front of runner-up Princeton (155.5).  Mason scored a total of 16 pins on the day, 13 more than in 2009.  Five-time defending champs Lakota West took third with 151 points.  The Comet title comes after finishing 2nd to the Firebirds the past two seasons. 

Defending state champion Robert Shepherd continued his undefeated season earning the GMC Wrestler of the Year award after scoring a 23-8 technical fall against Middletown’s Andrew Globke in the 140-pound final.
Two other Comet wrestlers won GMC individual titles.  Brian Luria pinned Michel Clemons of Lakota West to win his first GMC title at 103 lbs.  Christian Gonzalez won an overtime 5-3 decision against Tyler Weiskittel of Oak Hills in the 125 lb. weight class.  Jesse Gorsek, Kyle McIntyre, Eoin Walden, and Andy Porter each finished with second place honors. Eleven Mason wrestlers in all placed at the tournament setting a new school record.

Mason head coach Craig Murnan was the conferences unanimous choice as GMC Coach of the Year.  The Comets will begin preparations for next weekends Sectional Championships to be held at Moeller.

Mason individual highlights:

103: Ruben Victoria - 3rd Place
112: Brian Luria - 1st Place
125: Christian Gonzalez - 1st Place
130: Jesse Gorsek - 2nd Place
135: Brendan Flannery - 3rd Place
140: Robert Shepherd - 1st Place
145: Kyle McIntyre - 2nd Place
152: Eoin Walden - 2nd Place
160: Aaron Walden - 4th Place
171: Kyle Searer - 4th Place
189: Andy Porter - 2nd Place

2/20/10 Sectional Championships 1st Place  


School Record 13 Wrestlers Headed to District Tournament

Mason's bleached-blond wrestlers buttressed their recent reputation as streak-stoppers at the Division I sectional tournament by knocking off six-time defending champion Moeller on the Crusaders' home floor.

The Comets, routed by Moeller the first week of the season, avenged the dual-meet loss and finished atop Saturday's final team standings with 267.5 points.

"We came in here early and Moeller flat-out beat us," Mason coach Craig Murnan said. "But we learned from the experience and regrouped. For the last eight years, we've been trying to get our program to their level. It's what we've been working toward, and we've finally done it."

The runner-up Crusaders' totaled 262 points. Moeller, the Greater Catholic League champion for 17 consecutive years, will send 12 wrestlers to the district meet.

"If people are shooting for us because we have the "M" on our shirts, then we know we're in a good place," Moeller coach Jeff Gaier said. "Mason has an awesome team. They wrestled really well. We hope to be better next week."

Lakota East (173) finished third, ahead of fourth-place Colerain (127.5) and fifth-place Hamilton (116), making it an exceptional sectional showing by the Greater Miami Conference, which boasted four of the top five teams.

"To beat Moeller in their house after what we did last weekend is amazing," said Mason's 189-pound champion Andy Porter.

Mason ended Lakota West's five-year reign as GMC champions last week.

Mason and Moeller are ranked tied for second in the Enquirer area Division I coaches' poll, but Mason was ranked behind Moeller most of the season following the season-opening loss to the Crusaders. Now the Comets are streaking, and snapping streaks in the process.

"We just did what we always do," said Porter, whose championship-round victory put Mason ahead in the points race to stay. "We always work really hard, and it paid off today."

Another tradition at Mason is annual hair-coloring day, following the conference meet. This year, the wrestlers met at senior Robert Shepherd's house on Valentine's Day for the team-bonding event.

"You have to dye your hair blond or get a Mohawk, and some guys got blond Mohawks. So we just got a bunch of Clairol Born Blonde and slapped it on," said Shepherd, Mason's defending state champion. "It's real easy to die your hair this color, and it helps pull the team together."

Shepherd remained undefeated at 33-0 and pushed his two-year unbeaten streak to 60 matches with a sectional title at 140 pounds. Mason crowned four individual champions. Winners Kyle McIntyre (145) and Aaron Walden (160) beat Moeller wrestlers head-to-head.

The District Championships will be held on Friday and Saturday at Fairfield High School.

Top 5 Team Scores -

1) Mason - 267.5
2) Moeller - 262.0
3) Lakota East - 173
4) Colerain - 127.5
5) Hamilton - 116

13 Wrestlers Advance - Ties School Record

103 - Ruben Victoria - 3rd Place
112 - Brian Luria - 2nd Place
119 - Fayez Jamous - 3rd Place
125 - Christian Gonzalez - 2nd Place
130 - Jesse Gorsek - 3rd Place
135 - Brendan Flannery - 2nd Place
140 - Robert Shepherd - 1st Place
145 - Kyle McIntyre - 1st Place
152 - Eoin Walden - 3rd Place
160 - Aaron Walden - 1st Place
171 - Kyle Searer - 3rd Place
189 - Andy Porter - 1st Place
215 - Maison Kana - 2nd Place

2/26 & 2/27


@ Fairfield HS



The Comet wrestling program set a new school record this weekend at the District Championships qualifying six wrestlers to next weekends State Meet. Mason finished third overall as a team collecting 127.5 points (also a new school record). Moeller finished first at the event followed by Elder. The top four wrestlers in each weight class qualified to State.

Comet wrestlers advancing included; Christian Gonzalez (4th--125), Brendan Flannery (4th--135), Robert Shepherd (1st--140), Kyle McIntyre (2nd--145), Aaron Walden (4th--160), and Andy Porter (3rd--189). In addition, the wrestling team had 12 of the 13 wrestlers finish in the top 8 of the District Tournament by winning 2 or more matches.

Robert Shepherd continued his unbeaten season (39-0) with his first place title in the 140 lb. weight class. He along with 5 other Comets will battle this weekend for state titles at the OHSAA Wrestling Championships to be held at Ohio State University.



Ohio State University

28th place  

The Mason Wrestling team qualified a program record six participants to the OHSAA State Championships held at Ohio State this past weekend.  Although no state champions were crowned this year the team had a tremendous tournament and season. 

"I felt we wrestled well over the week-end, but just lost a couple of really close matches that could have gone either way," said head coach Craig Murnan.  As a team the Comets finished tied for 28th overall.

Robert Shepherd capped a brilliant career with a 3rd place finish.   During his 4-year tenure at Mason he was a 3-time state placer, finishing 43-1 this season along with a 152-18 career record.   Up until this past Friday night he had won 70 straight matches.  Robert placed 6th, 1st, and 3rd at the state tournament during his career.

The State Championships presented a tough draw for two Comet seniors Brendan Flannery and Chrisitan Gonzalez.   Brendan faced the 2009 returning State Champion Shawn Fayette of Miamisburg and lost a 1-0 decision before he was knocked out of the tourney.  Chrisitan Gonzalez won one match before being eliminated by the eventual state runner-up and third place finisher.     

Junior Aaron Walden won one match, while senior Andy Porter also wrapped up a brilliant career at the state tournament losing two close overtime matches.   Andy finished second all time at Mason in career wins.  Kyle McIntyre who finished 2nd at Districts lost in both of his early matches (no picture available). 
 With a strong returning group of experienced letter winners the future is very bright for the Comet Wrestling program.




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Girls Bowling

Date Event W/L Score Overall Record GMC Record


11/24 @ Middletown lost 2262-2072 0-1 0-1 Girls had a good start bowling a 2072 led by Britney Newswanger 333 series and Emily Harris 309 series.
12/3 @ Hamilton won 1908-1824 1-1 1-1 Girls defeated Hamilton with a 1908 over 1824. Bright spots were Britney Newswanger with a 293 series, Emily Harris with a 299 series and Lisa Kingsolver with a 300 series.
12/5 Kick Off Tourney 22nd place       high game for Chloe Redstone with a 175 and high 3 game series for Emily Harrison with a 464.
12/8 FAIRFIELD won 2229-2135 2-1 2-1 There were many highlights starting with a year high total of 2229. Brittany Newswanger led the team with a 355 2 game high, followed closely by freshman Chloe Redstone's season high 350, Emily Harrison had her season high game of 213 followed closely by Chloe Redstone's 207. Girls also had a season high baker game of 210
12/12 @ Holiday Classic 14th place       The mason girls did well. They finished in 14th place without one of their starters.
12/14 @ Ursuline won 2015-1968 3-1 2-1 Girls faced Ursuline at Brentwood Bowl and won 2015 to 1968, Emily Harrison topped the scores with a 164 average and a high of 164.
12/15 @ Princeton lost 2198-2041


2-2 Girls lost to Princeton 2198 to 2041. The girls were led by Emily Harrison's 172 Average.
1/3 @ Buckeye Classic 13th place       The girls bowling team finished 13th overall at the pretigious Buckeye Classic. Lisa Kingsolver placed 18th overall with a 475 three-game series.
1/5 OAK HILLS lost 2343-2062 3-3 2-3 Mason's high bowler was Emily Harrison with a 324 series.
1/6 @ Mercy (girls) lost 2332-2038 3-4 2-3 Girls had a tough match against Mercy losing 2038 to 2332 High series went to Emily Harrison 373 and high game to Lisa Kingsolver 212.
1/7 @ Northwest         POSTPONED
1/12 MND lost 2253-2203 3-5 2-3 Mason Girls lost to MND in a hard fought match. MND is in the top 5 in the city and Mason led all the way until the final game, losing only by 50 with their best score this year 2203 to 2253 .
1/14 @ Sycamore won 2176-2071 4-5 3-3

Mason Girls won over Sycamore 2176 to 2071. It was a big conference win for the Comets putting their record at 3-3 besting last years 2-7 season. Brittany Newswanger 337 was high series for Mason.

Next up the Comets host Lakota West on Jan. 19th.

1/19 LAKOTA WEST won 2129-1705 5-5 4-3 Mason girls easily defeated Lakota west. Strong games from Brittany Newswanger (210) Lisa Kingsolver (173) and Emily Harrison ( 173) helped to put the girls out in front before individuals were over. By the time team bowling started they were already 321 pins in the lead.
1/20 @ Wilmington won 2112-2003 6-5 4-3

The Mason girls defeated Wilmington on Tuesday, Jan. 20th by a score of 2112-2003.

Next up Mason will visist Colerain on Jan. 27th.

1/27 @ Colerain lost 2558-2311 6-6 4-4 No report
1/28 @ Seton lost 2454-2228 6-7 4-4 No report
2/2 LAKOTA EAST won 2237-2054 7-8 5-4 No report
2/9 @ St. Xavier         Postponed
2/11 @ Kings         No report


@ Crossgate Bowl

5th place 2458    

Mason Girls Bowling Team finished 5th at this past weekends Sectionals and for the first time in program histrory will qualify for next Friday's District Championships at Eastern Lanes in Middletown, Ohio.

Three of the girls starters finished in the top 20. Mason was led by freshman Emily Harrison who placed 11th overall, followed by Lisa Kingsolvers 523 in 16th place and Brittany Newswanger's 510 good for 20th overall. Other members of the team are Emily Turjanica, Chloe Redstone, Lexy Benjamin, Rachel Smith, Abby Johnson...all freshman!



@ Eastern Lanes, Middletown, Ohio

(makeup date)

22nd place      

The Mason girls bowling team concluded their season on Monday at the District Championships finishing 22nd overall. They gathered some terrific experience as the first group of Mason bowlers to advance as a team to districts.

The 8 lady team consisted of 2 seniors and 6 freshmen. High score for the day was Emily Turjanica's 170, she also had the high series with a 461 3-game total.

Congratulations to the players and coaches!

3/5 STATE         No qualifiers

Season team wrapup:

8-8 overall

5-4 GMC (tied for 6th)

District Qualifier


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Boys Bowling

Date Event W/L Score Overall Record GMC Record
11/24 @ Middletown lost 2913-2758 0-1 0-1 Boys bowled well but could not overcome a 300 by Christian Woodlan. Chuck Hammond bowled a 213 and a 211, Aaron Markvan bowled a 255 and a 194.
12/3 @ Hamilton lost 2719-2616 0-2 0-2 bright spots were Chuck Hammond who bowled a 232 and a 254. Lee Scott rolled a 212 and a 191.
12/5 Kick Off Tourney 28th place       The loan bright spot was a high game from Chuck Hammond with a 212.
12/8 FAIRFIELD won 2627-2491 1-2 1-2 There were many bright spots, Lee Scott rolled a high 2 game series of 479 followed by Chuck Hammond's 434.
12/12 @ Holiday Classic 5th place       Holiday classic was an excellent venue for the Mason boys. They finished fifth out of 30 teams but were only 24 pins from first place. Chuck Hammond led the way with a great series, ending with a 221 average for his three games. He was followed closely by Lee Scott with a 211 series average. Chucks great series placed him in the top 10 in the GMC.
12/15 @ Princeton won 2336-2181 2-2 2-2
Boys at Princeton: Boys won 2336 to 2181, they were led by Aaron Markvan who had a 193 average. Chuck Hammond held onto his 9th place in the GMC.
1/3 @ Buckeye Classic 5th place       The boy's bowling team had a great day at the Buckeye Classic on Jan. 3rd, finishing in 5th place out of 25 teams. The Comets got outstanding days from Chuck Hammond who finished #6 out of over 150 bowlers with a 652 three-game series and Aaron Markvan who finished in 12th place with a 615 three-game series.
1/5 OAK HILLS lost 2752-2599 2-3 2-3 The boys lost to Oak hills 2599 to 2752 High score was Aaron Markvan with a 414 series.
1/6 @ Lasalle (boys) won 2874-2644 3-3 2-3 The Mason men had their best match of the year defeating LaSalle 2874-2644. High series was from Chuck Hammond 441and Carson Turjanica 402.
1/7 @ Northwest         POSTPONED
1/12 MOELLER won 2560-2398 4-3 2-3 The boys beat Moeller 2560 to 2398 on January 12th. High series went to Aaron Markvan with a 447 series and a high game of 244. Chuck Hammond also had a 222 match.
1/14 @ Sycamore won 2717-2414 5-3 3-3

It was a great day at Sycamore for the Comets winning 2717 to 2414. Chuck Hammond rolled a 248 and a 231 followed by another great day from Carson Turjanica's 409 series.

Next up the Comets host Lakota West on Jan. 19th.

1/19 LAKOTA WEST lost 2639-2625 5-4 3-4 Mason boys lost a tough match to Lakota west losing by only 14 pins. It was a very close match all the way through, never down by more than 40 pins, the team was led by Aaron Markvans 407. Aaron also had the high game for Mason with a 224.
1/20 @ Wilmington won 2922-2426 6-4 3-4

The Comets defeated Wilmington on Wednesday, Jan. 20th by a score of 2922-2426.

Next up Mason will visist Colerain on Jan. 27th.

1/27 @ Colerain lost 2699-2504 6-5 3-5 Waiting on details.
1/28 @ Elder lost 2837-2767 6-6 3-5 No report
2/2 LAKOTA EAST won 2656-2579 7-7 4-5 No report
2/9 @ St. Xavier         Postponed
2/11 @ Kings         No report


@ Crossgate

3rd place 2836    

The Mason Boys Bowling Team finished 3rd at this past weekends Sectionals qualifying them for next Saturdays District Championships at Eastern Lanes in Middletown, Ohio.

Senior Lee Scott led the boys with a 626 three game series placing him 15th overall. Senior Chuck Hammond placed 30th overall with a 591. The other three starters were Mike Hilliard 587, Aaron Markvan 562, and Carson Turjanica 555. All the Mason boys starters were in the top 50 out of over 100 bowlers. The team finished with a phenomenal Baker average well over 200. In six games they scored 1295 moving from 4th place to third. Other members of the boys team were, Daron Prater,Ben Grismer, and Sam Zobel.




@Eastern Lanes, Middletown, OH

(makeup date)

20th place      

The boys bowling team struggled at the District Championships on Monday finishing 20th overall. This is not overshadowed by the fact that the boys team has qualified for the district round 9 consecutive seasons.

The Comets were led By Chuck Hammond who finished the day with a 577, three-game series.

Congratulations to all the players and coaches!

3/5 STATE        

No qualifiers.



Season team wrapup

8-8 overall

4-5 GMC (8th place)

District Qualifier


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Competition Cheerleading


12/27 WCA Nationals 1ST PLACE

The Mason Competitive Cheer team has gotten off to a good start this year. The team entered a couple of big competitions with the hopes of qualifying for the US Finals in April. Fortunately, at the GLCC competition in November, Mason not only qualified, but scored high enough for a full-paid bid to the US Finals. One of the issues for the Comets is that they compete as a Non-Mount team (Ohio is a ground-bound state).

Mason attended the WCA competition in Nashville, TN in December. As the only Non-Mount team there. Mason won 1st place in their Division. Although there was no competition in their division, Mason's score went up against the scores of the other Level 5 Mounting teams for Grand Champions. The Comets came in 3rd place for Grand Champions.

The Mason Compettition Cheer squad is well knownhe Mason Competitive Cheer team has gotten off to a good start this year. We scheduled a couple of big competitions with the hopes of qualifying for the US Finals in April. Fortunately, at the GLCC competition in November, we not only qualified, but scored high enough for a full-paid bid to the US Finals. One of our issues is that we are a Non-Mount team since Ohio is a ground-bound state. We attended the WCA competition in Nashville, TN in December. We were the only Non-Mount team there, so we won 1st place in our Division. Although we had no competition in our division, our score went up against the scores of the other Level 5 Mounting teams for Grand Champions. From our score, we came in 3rd place for Grand Champions.

Everywhere we go, we're told that we have one of the most entertaining shows around. We'd love for everyone to come out and support us at one of our upcoming competitions! Our next competition will be January 30 & 31 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati. as having one of the most entertaining shows around. They would love for everyone to come out and support them at one of their upcoming competitions!

Next up for the Cheering Comets is January 30 & 31 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati.

1/30 LIVE - Cincinnati  

This past weekend the Mason Competition Cheer team attended Jam LIVE! at the Duke Engery Convention Center. They won 1st place in their division and also won Grand Champions after having the highest score out of 14 teams in their session.

Next up the team will be competing at Super Jam at the Dayton Convention Center this coming Saturday, February 6, at 5:45 PM.

2/6 Super Jam   CANCELLED
2/21 ECDA   No report
3/27 Cheer Power Nation    
4/24 US Finals    


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