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Mason Comets 2020
Fall Sports Results

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last updated November 9, 2020
Boys Cross Country
Team Placings
Winning Individual/Time
Mason finishes/Times/Highlights
8/15 OHSAA Preseason Invite 3rd   CANCELLED
8/28 Moeller Invite    

The Mason boys cross country team opened their season just down the street at the Moeller Prime Time Invitational held at Christ's Church in Mason. The varsity ran under the lights on a beautiful evening. The Comets finished third behind two of the top teams in Ohio - Lakota West and St. Xavier.

Running a rather young and inexperienced team, the Comets competed admirably but know they have much work to do from here.  Top scorers were Junior Aiden Amshoff, Sophomore Isaac Schachleiter, Senior Brendan Pitcher, Junior Colin Campbell and Sophomore Keith Neuburger.  Rounding out the top seven Comets were Sophomore Braeden Fedders and Junior Dylan Plouffe.

The Comets head next door to Loveland next Saturday to do battle in the Loveland Invitational.  

9/5 Loveland Invite 2nd place  

The Loveland Invitational was highly successful for the boys cross country team this past Saturday. We held out our top 11 guys, saving them for greater glory down the road. Nevertheless, our boys stepped up well.

In the Varsity A race, we got out well and our scorers moved up. That’s how you wind up a scorer - getting out well and then moving up. We finished a strong second to state-ranked Loveland, beating local powers Turpin and Kings.

Actually, we were probably losing to Turpin with a mile to go, but some great finishes took care of the Spartans.  

Our first man was Freshman Jerry Xu in 11th place, Then a tight pack of Junior Patrick Theisen, Sophomore Aiden Markich and Freshman Max Liao came roaring in taking the 14th, 15th, and 16th places. The final scorer was Sophomore James Mroczka in 21st place. Juniors Anthony Balsly and Joseph Schuessler rounded out the top seven for Mason.

The Comets will defend their home turf this coming Saturday hosting the Mason Invitational.

This Friday and Saturday Mason CC will host the 47th Annual Mason Invitational. The event will be held at Corwin Nixon Park. This awesome meet is always a special time that features many top boys and girls teams and athletes from around the area. See the racing schedule below.

9/12 Mason Invite 2nd place  

The Mason Invitational!  What a great celebration of cross country, even in a pandemic! Our boosters are the best in the world!  Thank you!  Thank you!  Thank you! What a great sight to see the Corwin-Nixon Park all dressed up and ready for action. The course looked great and ran well. So did all the other logistics.

Mason's Varsity A boys team finished in the runner up position, a mere 6 points behind Lakota West. The Firebirds had beaten the Comets by more than 50 points two weeks previous so this was a major step forward.

The Comets were led for the second meet in a row by Junior Aiden Amshoff in 6th place. Sophomore Isaac Schachleiter finished just behind him in 7th. Junior Alex DeRoussel made his season debut with a fine top ten finish. He was followed by a big breakthrough for Sophomore Braeden Fedders in 18th place with Junior Colin Campbell hot on his heels in 19th place to round out the scoring. The rest of the top seven for Mason were Juniors Dylan Plouffe and Jacob Messer.

Next Saturday, the Comets will split their squad between Milford and Eaton.


9/19 Milford Invite 1st place  

The Mason Boys Cross Country team traveled to the Milford Invitational on Saturday. The Comets took on all challengers and came away with a resounding win defeating second place Turpin by over 60 points.

Mason showed great team running by finishing with runners in 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th. Those places were nailed down by Sophomore Isaac Schachleiter, Junior Aiden Amshoff, Junior Alex DeRoussel, Senior Brendan Pitcher and Sophomore Braeden Fedders. Also running well for the Comets were Juniors Colin Campbel in 15th, Jacob Messer in 16th and Dylan Plouffe in 19th. 


9/19 Eaton Invite 3rd place  

The Comets sent a B Varsity squad to the Eaton Invitational where they finished a very fine 3rd place out of 13 teams. 

Next up: The varsity Comets will take the week off from racing to prepare for future meets while the JV Comets will be spread across three different meets, Lakota East, Princeton and Talawanda. 
9/26 East Invitational 3rd  
While the Boys CC Varsity A stayed home to train for future success, Mason sent the B Varsity to the Lakota East Invitational at VOA Park. Taking advantage of a fast course and cool temperatures, the Comets rolled to a fine third place showing, beating two teams who were state ranked. They got out well, sagged a little in the middle but finished very strong, highlighting their fitness and competitiveness.
The Comets were paced by Freshman Jerry Xu in 7th place running one of the fastest times in Mason Freshman history.  Freshman Max Liao was the 2nd man placing 14th. Next in were Junior Patrick Theisen, Sophomore James Mroczka, Senior Brennan Doran, Junior Anthonly Balsly and Sophomore Aidan Markich. 

Next up for the Comets is a JV meet at Lakota West on Tuesday and Saturday Invitationals at St. Xavier and Peninsula Woodridge.
10/3 Peninsula Woodridge Invite 3rd  

The Mason Boys Cross Country team took on Division 2 dynasty Woodridge at their invitational on Saturday.  Number 6 in D1, St. Ignatius also challenged the Comets.  Mason finished third behind these two powerhouses. They took on an extremely difficult course which will make them stronger in the coming Championship Season.

The Comets were led by Sophomore Isaach Schachletier and Junior Alex DeRoussel. Third to finish for the Comets was Freshman sensation Jerry Xu. Fourth and fifth scorers were Junior Jacob Messer and Senior Brendan Pitcher. Juniors Colin Campbell and Brady Messer ran the sixth and seventh best times for the Comets.

Mason will field a limited squad in a dual meet versus Anderson put on by Kings on Saturday, October 10th. 


10/10 vs. Anderson (B team)    

The Mason Comets kept the A Team home to train for the Championship Season and sent the B Team to take on Anderson at Kingswood Park. The Comets knew that the strong top three for Anderson needed to be broken up in order to secure the victory. 

Senior Jack Tumulty and Freshman Alex Carlin stepped up as heroes to take 3rd and 4th in the race, thus breaking up the Anderson sweep. With that in place, then the rest of the Comets sealed the deal with scorers Sophomore Grady Wilson, Junior Joseph Schuessler and Senior Kyle Harrison finishing in the next places.  Junior Anthony Balsly and Sophomore Cole Vernon rounded out the top seven for the Comets.

The 2020 GMC CC Championships are slated for Saturday, October 17th at VOA.Mason boys are the defending league champs and will be seeking their 6th consecutive league title and 10th since entering the GMC in 2007.

For important details and spectator information visit https://www.gmcsports.com/index.aspx

10/17 GMC    

Boys CC 2nd At GMC

The Mason Boys Cross Country team finished second to Lakota West at the GMC Championships on Saturday. Sophomore Isaac Schachleiter, Junior Alex DeRoussel, Freshman Jerry Xu, Junior Aiden Amshoff, and Junior Colin Campbell all garned first team All-Conference honors.

Senior Brendan Pitcher earned second team All-Conference honors.

The Comets begin their run to state next week at the District Championships at VOA Park. Mason boys are the defending District champion and have won 12 consecutive titles.

Teams will place themselves in either Race A or B, determined by seed placement. In Race A, 15 Teams, the top four (4) finishing teams will move to Regional Competition, and the top finishing team will be declared District Champion, and the next finishing team will be declared District Runner-up. Individuals that finish in the top sixteen (16) qualify to Regionals. In Race B, 15 Teams, the top four (4) finishing teams move on to Regional competition and the top finisher will be the District Champion while the next finisher will be District Runner-up. The top sixteen (16) individuals will move on to Regionals.

10/24 District @ VOA 2nd  


The Mason Boys Cross Country team punched their ticket to the Regional Championships on Saturday at Voice of America Park. Running in the last race of the day, the Comets finished a solid second place behind Lakota West. The Mason harriers got out well and improved their positions during the race. They faced one of the toughest district fields in recent memory and ran strong throughout the race. 

The Comets were led by Junior Aiden Amshoff and Sophomore Isaac Schachleiter. Rounding the scoring were Junior Alex DeRoussel, Freshman Jerry Xu and Senior Brendan Pitcher. Juniors Colin Campbel and Jacob Messer also ran stellar races to defeat most of the other teams' scorers.  

The OHSAA Regioanal Championships will be held Saturday, Oct. 31st at Hobart Arena in Troy, Ohio. The top 5 teams and top 20 individuals will qualify to the State Championships at National Trails Raceway in Hebron, Ohio on Saturday, November 7th.

Mason Boys CC will be seeking to punch their ticket to State for the 14th consecutive season. The Comet boys were Regional Runner-up in 2019 and have won 5 Regional titles in their programs history.

10/31 OHSAA Regional @ Troy HS 4th  

Mason Boys CC Qualifiy to State!

The Mason Comets punched their ticket to the State Cross Country Championships for the 14th consecutive year at the Regional Championships in Troy, Ohio this past Saturday. Mason finished fourth behind St. Xavier, Lakota West, and Beavercreek. The Comets struggled at times, but still managed to rely on their depth to pull them through and live to fight another day.

Junior Aiden Amshoff led the way for the Comets in 12th place. He was followed by fellow Junior Alex DeRoussel in 18th place. Freshman phenom Jerry Xu was next for the Comets in 20th. Next in the scoring was Junior Jacob Messer in 43rd and Senior Brendan Pitcher in 47th.  Junior Colin Campbel and Sophomore Isaac Schachleiter also ran for the Comets. 

The state championship race will be held at Fortress Obetz in Obetz, Ohio on November 7th at 3:00pm. Last season the boys finished as State Runner-up, the 5th time in the past 12 years the Comet boys and been on the podium.



OHSAA State Championships

@ Fortress Obetz

10th place  

The Mason Comets boys cross country team has dealt with adversity all season long. The state championship race on Saturday was no different. Losing the Comets #2 man, Alex DeRoussel, to leg cramps during the race made things even tougher on the already injury-depleted squad.

Nevertheless, the Comets battled admirably and continued Mason's tradition of finishing in the top ten in the state. This is the 13th time in 14 years, the Comets have finished in the top ten.  No small feat! 

While all 90 athletes on the team contributed, the following represented the green and white on Saturday: Junior Aiden Amshoff, Junior Colin Campbell, Junior Alex DeRoussel, Junior Jacob Messer, Junior Dylan Plouffe, Senior Brendan Pitcher, and Freshman Jerry Xu. 

Mason boys finished 10th overall.

Congratulations to all the athletes and coaches!


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Girls Cross Country

Team Placings
Winning Individual/Time
Mason finishes/Times/Highlights
8/15 OHSAA Preseason Invite      
8/28 Moeller Invite 2nd  

This year's Moeller Primetime Invite was one for the ages.  Not because of the meet itself, but because of the parameters placed on the meet by the OHSAA and the board of health.  The restrictions were many, and it was strange to see athletes warming up in masks, but we were happy to get a meet.  Once the gun went off, it took a bit for everyone to remember how to race.  They were tentative, but quickly made their way to the front. 

The meet quickly became a dual meet between Loveland and Mason.  There were a few Sycamore and Ursula girls in the mix, but it was mostly the Tigers vs. The Comets.  Loveland has a formable team this year, and they were strong last year as well. They have a front runner that was hard to "cancel" out and so we did our best with pack running. 

The "pack' was huge this year, and we looked great.  The pack was led for a time by Manuella Capiello and then Kennedy Rader.  They took turns up front and pulled the others along.  We also got great production out of newcomer Advika Sumit who was our third runner overall, and Abby Burns who looked strong as well.  Jenna Harris picked up where she left off last year in XC and had a strong finish, placing in the top 10 along with Erica Fennimore and Macie Radcliffe.

The team has no super star this year, but a great pack, and it was fun to watch them together. Throughout the race the score was back and forth, with Loveland and Mason trading blows.  Ultimately, the Loveland team took the win, but only by a scant 2 points.  (which in XC is one girl passing another girl)  The team ran well, we battled hard and learned a few lessons.  I think next time we meet with Loveland we will give them an even better run for their money. 

Mason Girls CC competes this Saturday at the Loveland Invite.

9/5 Loveland Invite 2nd  

At the Loveland XC meet, held at Home of the Brave Park on Saturday, the Mason Girls XC team did well.  We could only run about 50% of our team, so we held some folks out and ran a split crew of some of our top people and some up-and-comers and they stepped up!!

The Comets took 2nd to the Loveland squad, but fought hard and kept it close. Carlie Condit led the way with a great time, and Abby Muglia was just behind her!  After her, we had Advika Sumit and the freshman duo of Sophia Goldschmidt and Grace Henson!!  Next was Ellie Bevan and Abby Burns along with a number of other girls who ran great!!  Props to Grace McKay who won the varsity B race and had a very fast time!!   

Full results  @ http://live.finishtiming.com/meets/202000472/events/1

Next up is the annual Mason Invitational at Corwin Nixon Park on Saturday, Sept. 12th.

This Friday and Saturday Mason CC will host the 47th Annual Mason Invitational. The event will be held at Corwin Nixon Park. This awesome meet is always a special time that features many top boys and girls teams and athletes from around the area. See the racing schedule below.

9/12 Mason Invite 1st  

The Mason invite was quite a bit smaller than normal.  Instead of 5000 athletes and 100s of teams we had had 1500 athletes and dozens of teams.  Still large, but not the circus that it is most years.   That being said, the team did well. 

The girls team was loaded for bear, because the state runner up team was present (Lakota East) as was the the #5 team in the state (Loveland).   However, East elected to not run their A team and Loveland was missing a key player.  So, the Comets of Mason took advantage of the situation and ran up front and fast! They took charge through the first mile and established themselves as the leaders quickly. The Loveland girls that remained put up a good fight but the depth of our team was too much for them to handle. 

Our team was led for a time by Aria Hawkins, and then ultimately by Abby Muglia.   After Abby we had a number of girls all within 10 seconds of her time.  We had a great pack with Manuela Capiello, Macie Radcliffe, Jenna Harris, Carlie Condit, Ellie Bevan and Kennedy Rader all coming in one by one shortly after.  In the team scoring we ended up winning by over 40 points and the team looks to be hitting their stride.  They ran well, and look to be ready to face bigger challenges down the road. 

The coming Saturday, the Mason CC teams race at Milford and Eaton Invites.

9/19 Milford Invite 2nd place  

This weekend Mason competed at two different meets. We rested some of our varsity girls but the rest of them competed primarily at Milford.  The team was led by Erica Fennimore, Jenna Harris and Aria Hawkins.  They battled well up front and went toe-to-toe with a state runner-up Lakota East.  There was some back-and-forth early in the race but towards the end Lakota East edged us out by 1 point. The girls did a nice job and we also got great production out of our fourth and fifth runners Kiera Doran and Avery legault. 

The team looks to be running very well right now, and we are excited for another crack at our GMC rivals along with Loveland next week at Voice of America.

9/26 East Invite 1st  

This weekend the Mason Comets were competing at three different meets, but our varsity was at voice of America. The Girls notched first place at the East Invite on Saturday.


The competition at the meet was tough, with 4 of the top 10 teams in Ohio in attendance.
The race was fast early and the competition thinned quickly. 
It soon became a head-to-head race with Loveland and Mason, again.  The Mason duo of Aria Hawkins and Abby Muglia were out front with a great supporting cast of girls behind.   After a tough fight, they were able to outpace the Tigers of Loveland in the final kilometers.
Aria Hawkins broke 19 minutes, and several other girls were close behind.  Jenna Harris was steady as always, and Macie Radcliffe, Kennedy Rader and Manuela Capiello rounded out our final scorers. 

It was a successful meet in that we were able to defeat two of the top five teams in Ohio, and beat Lakota East for the first time in three years. 

Next week the girls CC team heads to Columbus to face some new competition, andl get a chance to see the  #1 team in Ohio, Hilliard Davidson. 

10/3 Midwest Meet of Champions 1st  

This past weekend the Mason Comets Girls XC team competed in multiple events due to the limitations on entries this season.  The girls had our "B Team" running at the St. Xavier invite, and our "A Team" running in Columbus at the Midwest Meet of Champions. 

The meet in Columbus was a nice change of scenery and offered the chance to battle some other teams that we have not seen this year.  The first section (that we were not in) featured Hilliard Davidson, Ohio's #1 team, and they lit it up.  Their times were very impressive, and when we lined up, we hoped to match them in our section. 

We did not quite meet that goal, but did do well.  The team ran in a section with teams mostly from the Cleveland area, and/or outside of Columbus.  Our main competition was St. Vincent Saint Marys.  They are very good, and have been D2 state champs many times.  This year they were looking strong early in the race, but faded late and our Comets took over.  We put 7 girls in the top 10 of this race, and won by a huge margin. 

The team was led this week by freshman Carlie Condit.  Carlie looked great, and left our pack at about the 4k mark to notch her best time of the season, and take 3rd place overall.  After Carlie, was a pack of Mason Comets.  Manuela Capiello, Kennedy Rader, Advika Sumit and Macie Radcliffe were our main scorers on the day and ran well.  The team has worked hard this year to run together, and that they did.  Outside of Carlie who ran a bit ahead, the next 6 runners all finished within 20 seconds of one another. This "pack time"is very impressive, and will serve us well down the tournament stretch.  The team looks strong right now, and is winding up for a nice postseason run.   Go Comets!! 


10/10 Kings Invite     This past weekend the Mason girls cross country team traveled all the way to Kings to compete in a meet.  Because the GMC is coming up soon, we chose to rest our top girls.  
That did not stop our varsity B Team from getting it done.
The team was comprised of a number of freshmen and others who stepped up to the challenge.
Leading the way was Sophia Goldschmidt, a freshman, who ran lights out to win the race overall.  She was followed by a senior, Julia LaSala who has fought back from injury her whole high School career. 
Next was another freshman, Grace Henson who also ran very well.  The course was rolling and challenging but many of the girls had season best times and competed as well as they have all year. 
The team did very well, and was able to defeat Anderson in a rare dual meet format. 

We are excited about their performance and we're really pleased with the efforts of these young ladies. 

The GMC Championships are slated for Saturday, Oct. 17th at VOA. The Girls CC program will be vying to return to the top of the GMC and unseat defending league champions, Lakota East who slipped by Mason last year by just 1-point. The Comets have won 8 GMC titles since entering league in 2007.

For important details and spectator information visit https://www.gmcsports.com/index.aspx

10/17 GMC    


Last Saturday's GMC tournament produced a welcome return to the podium for the Mason Comets Girls CC teeam. The girls had been close the past several years just missing GMC titles as East held the league trophy the past 2 seasons.

This year they were able to get back to their winning ways and did so in an impressive fashion. The team had six girls in the first team GMC including several in the top seven of the race.
Our first finisher was Manuela Capiello, followed closely by Carlie Condit and Aria Hawkins
After that group of three, another group of three came in including Macie Radcliffe, Jenna Harris and Advika Summit. The team was able to complete the course in a season best average time and was able to beat the next closest team by over 20 points.
We also had a great turnout in the JV race.  The JV team actually ran so well, it appears they would have won the varsity race had they been in that competition.

We are thrilled with their performance and excited about their potential moving forward.

Mason Girls CC competes at the OHSAA District Meet back at VOA on Saturday, Oct. 24th. Mason is the defending District Champion and has won the title 11 out of the past 12 years.

Teams will place themselves in either Race A or B, determined by seed placement. In Race A, 15 Teams, the top four (4) finishing teams will move to Regional Competition, and the top finishing team will be declared District Champion, and the next finishing team will be declared District Runner-up. Individuals that finish in the top sixteen (16) qualify to Regionals. In Race B, 15 Teams, the top four (4) finishing teams move on to Regional competition and the top finisher will be the District Champion while the next finisher will be District Runner-up. The top sixteen (16) individuals will move on to Regionals.


10/24 District @ VOA    


This past Saturday, the Mason Girls CC Team competed at the District championship.  In our particular race the girls were up against a young and hungry Oak Hills squad.. The race went out pretty quick and it became a head-to-head battle between the Comets and the Highlanders.  The two frontrunners of Oak Hills gave Mason all they could handle, but our pack strength and depth was able to take the day. 

The District Title was Mason girl's 12th out of the past 13 seasons.

Manuela Capiello led the charge for the Comets,  and not far behind her was an impressive pack of Mason runners separated by just a few seconds.  Our number two through number seven girls all came in within a few seconds of each other battling it out with girls from different schools. 

Ellie Bevan and Abby Muglia returned to action in the varsity squad and did quite well.  Aria Hawkins continues to impress, and Jenna Harris was steady as always. 

The Mason girls won comfortably and look very strong going into regionals. The ladies will be seeking to qualify for state for the 16th time in the past 17 years. Last year Mason was 4th overall at the Regional. The Comet girls' CC team has won 6 Regional titles in their history.

The OHSAA Regioanal Championships will be held Saturday, Oct. 31st at Hobart Arena in Troy, Ohio. The top 5 teams and top 20 individuals will qualify to the State Championships at National Trails Raceway in Hebron, Ohio on Saturday, November 7th.

10/31 OHSAA Regional @ Troy HS 3rd  

Girls CC Regioinal Runnerup! State Bound!

This past Saturday the Mason Girls CC team competed at the Regional Championship in Troy Ohio. The meet is always a tough one, and many of the teams present are the best in the state.  The team did qualify to the state meet for the 16th time in the past 17 years (third overall), but it was not our prettiest day on the course. Centerville was the overall Regional Champ with Lakota East finishing 2nd. The top five teams qualfied for State.

The girls were primed for a big day, and the odds were in our favor, but when the gun went off our day did not go as planned.  A few girls had a tough day at the office, and we struggled to run to the level we have been used to. 

The Comet girls usually run in a tight pack, and runs together, but not on this day.  The race went out fast, and our girls were in position early, but we faded quickly and struggled to get to the line.  By the time the points were settled, the team did qualify to state placing 3rd overall. 

The leader of the day for the Comets was Manuela Capiello who qualified to state as an individual, and thank goodness for Jenna Harris and Macie Radcliffe who ran pretty well, and saved the day.  The score was very close, and a few places here or there, we thankfully were not on the outside looking in.

Mason Girls CC is pleased to survive and advance, and look to bounce back next week at the State Championship.  The State CC meet is at Fortress Obetz this Saturday in Obetzk Ohio. Last year Mason girls finished 4th overall.


OHSAA State Championships

@ Fortress Obetz

4th place  

This year's State Meet this past Saturday was at a new venue, and it was quite nice.  The Fortress Obetz is the new home to the state meet and the team really liked it.  The girls ran well, and placed 4th overall in a very competitive field of similar teams.  Mason girls had been picked to be top 5 by many, and they delivered. 

The team was led by Carlie Condit, the lone freshman, and just behind her was Manuela Capiello, our senior leader.  After "Mancap" as we call her,  was Aria Hawkins who had a nice race, and Jenna Harris and Macie Radcliffe rounded out our scorers.   Ellie Bevan and Abby Muglia fought it out with many team's 4th and 5th runners to keep us locked in a battle with many of them under the hot sun.  The race was close, with Mason and Shaker heights of Cleveland trading spots for the 3rd place position, while Centerville and Hillard traded spots for 1st place.  The Comets were in the mix, but could not quite make the podium this year. 

The girls ran well, and the Comet coaches are very proud of this group.  The girls finished 4th place with no girl in the top 30 of the race, which is quite an accomplishment.  They also placed 4th for the 3rd year in a row.  This group is loaded with Seniors, and they had a very good year considering all of the hurdles that 2020 put in front of them. 

Great job ladies, and Go Comets!!

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Mason Highlights
8/28 FAIRFIELD won 24-12 1-0 1-0

In a strange season opener with very few fans, no band, etc. Friday Night Lights was very different. The Mason football team was able to ignore the absence of what makes HS football so special though. The Comets came out on top in a big way in their GMC opener as they defeated the Fairield Indians, 24-12 

Fairfield led 5-3 late in the third quarter when Nolan McCormick rolled off a 75-yard touchdown run. McCormick would throw a TD to Michael Roux on the next possession to open up the lead. 

Senior defensive back Brady Comello came up with a pair of interceptions, including a crucial one late in the game to stop a Fairfield drive.

Mason will take their team on the road this Friday night to meet Lakota East, who lost in the last few seconds this past week to Sycamore 34-31.

9/4 at Lakota East won 28-21 2-0 2-0

Mason took their team on the road this past Friday and came away with a 28-21 at Lakota East. The Comets never trailed in this cross county rivalry and led 14-7 going into the half. Mason put the game out of reach in the fourth quarter establishing a 28-14 lead even though the Hawks put up a late score to draw within 7.

Statistically the game was fairly even with Mason out rushing East 146-128. East did have two turnovers which cost them on the scoreboard.

Nolan McCormick and Michael Molnar carried the ball effectively on the night for Mason with 70 and 69 yards gained for each, respectively. Both had TD's runs as well. Michael Roux got a rushing TD also and caught 3 passes for 46 yards.. Molnar threw one TD pass to Jaxon Orlando for the other score.

Mason is not 2-0 overall and 2-0 in the GMC. This Friday, they will host Oak Hills (0-2) who fell to Colerain last week 30-0.

9/11 OAK HILLS won 27-12 3-0 3-0

Mason stays perfect on the season at 3-0 with a 27-12 romp over Oak Hills last Friday night. Oak Hills got on the board first but the Comets answered in a big way. Mason scored 27 points over the next three quarters before a late Highlander TD.

Statisically, Mason outgained OH 325-209 in total yards nad 20-9 in first downs.

Nolan McCormick rushed for 116 yards on 20 carries and scored two of Mason's TD's on 1 and 3 yard gallops. QB Michael Molnar passed for 64 yards on 9/13 for 1 TD and also rushed for 66 yards on 13 carries. Cobi Lewis caught 7 passes for 57 yards. Kaden Evans scored Mason's other TD on a 3 yard rush in the 2nd quarter.

Mason now turns its attention to Sycamore when they host the Aves this Friday for the annual "Battle of the Sky". Last week Sycamore(1-2) fell to Lakota West 33-0.

9/18 SYCAMORE won 21-13 4-0 4-0

Mason Football pushed their record to 4-0 this past Friday with a 21-13 win at home vs. Sycamore. The Battle of Skies was a close affair with Mason pulling away in the fourth quarter.

Mason opened up a 14-0 lead in the second quarter on a 7-yard run by Michael Molnar and a Bryce Faulk 29 yard interception return for a TD.

Sycamore drew within 1 point mid-way into the third quarter. Mason was able to generate a score with 6:07 remaining on a 13-yard dash by Nolan McCormick to put the game away.

McCormick finished with 68 yards on the ground on 17 carries. QB Molnar rushed for 41 yards on 12 carries.

Mason will take their perfect season to Hamilton (2-2) this Friday night. Big Blue defeated Oak HIlls last week 41-13.

9/25 @ Hamilton lost 12-7 4-1 4-1

Mason was dealt it's first loss of the season at Hamilton last Friday. Final score 12-7. Big Blue got the go-ahead TD with 4:18 remaining in the contest. The Comet offense was limited to just 173 total yards on the night.

Mason scored their only points in the 2nd quarter on a 7-yard run by QB Michael Molnar. The score at half was 7-6 Comets. Individually, Nolan McCormick rushed for 97 yards on 22 carries.

The 4-1 Comets will visit Lakota West this Friday night to battle the 4-0 Firebirds for the GMC. West did not play this past Friday due to a cancellation by Oak Hills.


Friday will mark the first year since 2000 that the Colerain Cardinals have not won or shared the Greater Miami Conference title.  Mason comes into the game 4-1 after getting knocked off by Hamilton last week. That ties the Comets with Princeton who is 4-1 in the GMC with a loss to Lakota East.  The Firebirds (4-0 GMC) have had an extra week to prepare as they were off last Friday due to a COVID-19 incident at Oak Hills. Mason lost to West last season 14-6 but won the previous 5 times.

Should the Comets and Vikings win, they will share the GMC. Princeton is at Fairfield tonight.  If Lakota West prevails at home, the trophy is theirs. Mason has never won the GMC, while Princeton last shared a title with Colerain in 2003. Between 1967-1985 the Vikings won consecutive titles and from '67 to 1993, there were only two seasons where they didn't win or share the championship. 

You can watch Lakota West vs. Mason via Chatterbox Sports. For $13.99/month you have access to a number of games.  For fans of the Mason Comets, student-run Mason Sports Radio has the call via Mixlr.  Tonight's game is also part of the Skyline Chili Crosstown Showdown Series.  Mason lost to West last season 14-6 but won the previous 5 times.

10/2 at Lakota West lost 21-0 4-2 4-2

Mason Football fell to Lakota West 21-0 last Friday. It was a close contest (7-0) at the half and the Comets were very much in the contest for the GMC title. Mason couldn't take advantage of a 2nd quarter muffed punt as their best chance of scoring in the half.

The 2nd half was all LW as their defense stifled the Comet offense which was limited to 9 1st downs and 138 yards of total offense.

Its on to the postseason for the Comets (4-2). Mason (#4 seed) will host the Lebanon Warriors (#11 seed) this Friday at Atrium Stadium. The winner will advance to play either Colerain or Milford on Oct. 16th. The Warriors (2-4) defeated Little Miami last Friday 41-7.



vs. Lebanon

@ Mason

won 34-16 5-2 4-2

Mason FB had no trouble this past Friday defeating Lebaon to advance to the next round of the OHSAA playoffs. The Comets had plenty of offense and defeated the Warriors 34-16. Mason built an early lead of 27-2 at the half and coasted in the 2nd half, allowing two very late scores by Lebanon.

QB Michael Molnar rushed for 123 yards and three TD's, while passing for 103 yards on 10/16 completions. Nolan McCormick rushed 16 times for 92 yards and two TD's. The Comets collected 350 yards of total offense on the night.

Mason (5-2) will host GMC foe Colerain this Friday night in a regional quarter-final pairing of the 4 and 5 seeds. The Cardinals (5-2) defeated Milford 38-7 last Friday to advance. Mason will be seeking to earn their first win over the Caridinals since entering the league in 2007. The winner will play either Lakota West or East on Oct. 23rd.



vs. Colerain

@ Mason

lost 28-7 5-3 4-2

Mason Football's 2nd round OHSAA playoff contest vs. Colerain didn't go the way we all hoped. Colerain will move on after defeating the Comets 28-7 last Friday. The game was closer than the final score.

For Mason (5-3), it was a tale of missed opportunities, specifically in the first half. Trailing 7-0 in the second quarter, the Comets drove 59 yards behind the running of Nolan McCormick and quarterback Michael Molnar and had first-and-goal at the Colerain 5-yard line. Mason gained just one yard on three straight running plays, then its 21-yard field goal attempt sailed wide right. 

On its previous drive, Mason marched 65 yards and were knocking on the door for the game's first points when Molnar's fourth-down pass was intercepted by leaping linebacker Lavert Jarmon. Four plays later, Colerain seized a lead they would not relinquish. 

Mason pulled within a score early in the final frame. The Comets recovered a Colerain fumble, then went on a 16-play, 59-yard drive capped off by a 1-yard touchdown run by McCormick, who finished with 98 yards on 20 attempts. 

Congrats to the players and coaches for their perserverance and hard work during a most difficult and unusual HS football season.




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Boys Golf
Team Placings
Other Comet Scores
Match Record
Event Notes
8/5 Mason Shootout @ Shaker Run 1st      

The Comet Varsity White Boys Golf team opened their season with the Mason Shootout at Shaker Run on Wednesday, Aug. 5th. The boys shot a team score total of 308. Charile Golski finished first shooting a 71. AJ Willhelm was 4th with a 74.

Mason was the overall winner over Lakota East who trailed the Comets by two strokes. Nine area schools competed at the event.

8/7 Mt. Vernon Invite 7th      

Mason Boys White team finished first overall at the Mt. Vernon Invite at Chapel Hill GC on Friday, Aug. 7th. The Comets shot a team score of 294 to top 20 other schools from around Ohio competing at the event.

Charlie Golski was 2nd overall shooting a 69. AJ Willhelm finished tied for third with a 71.
8/8 St. Xavier Invite 5th       Mason finished 5th at the Xaiver Invite at Maketewah on Saturday, Aug. 8. The Comets shot a team score of 307. St. Charles was the overall winner with a score of 299. No individual scoes available.
8/10 East Invite 9th      

The Comet boy's golfers were back in action on Monday, Aug. 10th. Mason finished 9th overall with a team score of +29. Dublin Jerome was first with a +7.


8/17 Lasalle Invite 2nd      

Mason boys finished 2nd at the Lasalle Invite on Monday, Aug. 17th three strokes behind leader Lakota East.

Mason will play Lakota East at Heritage CC in the Top 12 on Thursday, Aug. 20th. On Saturday, Aug. 22nd the Comets participate in the Bellbrook Invite.

8/20 Top 12 vs. Lakota East won      

Mason Boys Golf defeated Lakota East 9-3 on Thursday at their annual Top 12 event at the Heritage GC. No individual details available.

Next up, Mason competes in the Bellbrook Invite on Saturday, Aug. 22nd.

8/22 Bellbrook Invite         POSTPONED...RESCHEDULED FOR 9/5

Mason Boy vs. Girls Challenge

@ Walden Ponds


Mason boys and girls battled each other on Saturday in a "friendly" inter school matchup It was matchplay format at Waldon Ponds with balance out course ratings. Boys barley held on to win 5.5 to 4.5. See scores/results below:

Next up on the boys schedule is the Springboro Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 12th.

9/9 Bellbrook Invite 3rd      

Maason boys golf competed in the Bellbrook Invite this past week with a host of top talent from Southwest Ohio. The Comets finished 3rd overall with a team score of 322. Moeller was the overall winner at 308. See individual scores for Mason below.

Next up on the boys schedule is the Springboro Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 12th.

9/12 Springboro Invite 1st      

Mason Boys Golf put it all together at Saturday's Springboro Invite. The Comets finished 1st in a strong field of teams outlasting 2nd place Loveland and St. Xavier for the win. Below are the team resutls. No individual results were provided.

Next up Mason Boys compete at the Alter Invite today.

9/14 Alter Invite 3rd place      

Mason Boys Golf finished in 3rd place on Monday at the Alter Knights Invite. The team shot a score of 302. St. Ignatius was first with 297 followed by St. Xavier at 301. See individual scores below:

Mason Score
1 A. Wilhelm 74
2 C. Golski 78
3 T. Hollenbeck 77
4 D. Heister 79
5 N. Vonderhaar 73

Next up Mason Boys battle at the Lexington Invite on Monday, Sept. 21st.

9/21 Lexington Invite 1st      

Mason Boys Golf won the Lexington Invite on Monday shooting a team score of 305. The Comets edged out 2nd place Olentangy Liberty by 2 strokes. See scores below:

Nate Vonderhaar 75

AJ Wilhelm 75

Charlie Goski 77

Tim Hollenbeck 78

Daniel Heister 80

The Comets are seeking to dethrone Lakota East at the GMC Championships today and Thursday at Walden Ponds.


GMC Championships

@ Walden Pond




Mason Boys Golf won their programs 2nd GMC Championship after two-days of furious rounds at Walden Ponds Golf Course on Thursday.  It had been 8 years (2012) since the Comets held the coveted GMC Trophy.  It took some record-setting performances by the Comets to overcome the 6-time defending champs (10 overall), the Lakota East Thunderhawks.  Mason shot a team score of 578 to outdistance East by 6 strokes.  The Comets 283 under-par team score tied a one-day, all-time record for the conference tourney (East 283-2018).  

Mason's A.J. Wilhelm established a new individual low scoring record with his two-day total of 135 (former record 136-Kyle Schmidt, East 2018).  AJ's under-par 65 score on Tuesday is also a GMC one-day low score record.  For his efforts the "super sophomore" was named the GMC Player of the Year. This is the 2nd year in a row that a Mason boys golfer has won that GMC accolade, as current "super soph", Nate Vonderhaar, won the title last year.  

Five Mason golfers earned first-team All GMC honors.  See scores below:

---AJ Willhelm (10), 1st-135

---Charlie Golski (12), tied for 3rd-146

---Daniel Heister (10), tied for 7th-149

---Nate Vonderhaar (10), 9th-151

---Timmy Hollenback (10), tied for 10th-152

Senior, Carson Howard was Mason's 6th man and finished 25th overall with a 168.  

Mason Head Coach Tim Lambert received the GMC Coach of the Year honor.  This was Lamberts 2nd COY recognition (2012, 2020).  

With four of Mason's top five golfers only being 10th graders, the future looks extremely bright as the team prepares for the Sectional, District, and State Tournament competitions in the coming weeks of postseason play. 

The Division 1 Boys Cincinnati East Sectional Golf Tournament will be played at Kings Island Grizzly Golf Course on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 starting on both nines at 8:30 a.m. Four teams and four individuals who are not on a qualifying team advance to the District at Beavercreek Golf Club to be held on Thursday, October 15.


Sectional Tournament

at Kings Island Grizzly



The Mason Boys Golf team shot a team score of 302 at Wednesdays OHSAA Sectional Championship at the Grizzly GC. The Comets out shot nearest competitior Loveland (304) and Lakota East (313) to claim the sectional title.

Timmy Hollenback (sophomore) led the Comets with a 34-37=71 on the day. See scores below:

1. A.J. Wilhelm 10 39 38 77
2. Charlie Golski 12 37 40 77
3. Timmy Hollenback 10 34 37 71
4. Nate Vonderhaar 10 40 37 77
5. Daniel Heister 10 38 40 78

Mason now advances their entire team to the OHSAA District Championships at Beavercreek GC on Thursday, Oct. 15th. The top three teams and top 3 individuals low scores will qualifity for the OHSAA State Championships at The Ohio State University Scarlet GC on Frday and Saturday, Oct. 23-24.


District Tournament

at Beavercreek GC


State Bound!

Mason Boys Golf is headed back to State after finishing as the runner up (2nd) at the OHSAAA Southwest District Golf Championships at Beavercreek on Thursday. For Mason, this will be their third appearance at state in the past four years, narrowly missing the cut last season.

Yesterday was not a great day for golf, with rain and cool temps. The always treacherous course at Beavercreek was no different on Thursday. Extra slick greens and gusting winds challenged the competitors all day long. Still the Comets posted a team score of 304, just five strokes 1st place St. Xaiver and 6 shots better than Lakota East. Both X and East will join Mason at the State Championships next week.

Mason Sophomore Timmy Hollenbeck outshot the field and captured the 2020 District medalist title shooting a round of 72. See all scores for the Comets below:

1. A.J. Wilhelm 10 40 39 79
2. Charlie Golski 12 41 37 78
3. Timmy Hollenbeck 10 37 35 72
4. Nate Vonderhaar 10 39 37 76
5. Daniel Heister 10 41 37 78

The boys now join the Comet girls team at the OHSAA State Championships at The Ohio State University Scarlet GC on Frday and Saturday, Oct. 23-24.



State Championships



Mason Boys 5th At State!

The Mason Boys Golf Team finished 5th overall at the OHSAA State Championships this past weekend. The Comets shot a two-day total of 621 (310-311). Hoban shot 606 as a team and were crowned the 2020 Div. 1 state champs. Other team finishes: St. Ignatius 2nd, St. Xavier 3rd and Dublin Jerome 4th.

Charlie Golskie was Mason's highest finisher shooting a 75-77 and tying for 10 overall. AJ Wilhelm was tied for 20th with a 78-77. Other Mason scores: Nate Vonderhaar 81-77, Daniel Heister 79-80 and Timmy Hollenberck 78-83.

Congratulations to all the players and coaches for a tremendous 2020 season!


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Girls Golf
Team Placings
Other Comet Scores
Match Record
Event Notes
8/7 Panther Invite @ Turnberry Golf Course
1st       The varsity girls golf team opened their season at the Panther Invite at Turnberry GC on Friday, Aug. 7th. The Comets took 1st place shooting a team score of 307. No individual scores available.
Lakota East Invite @ Wetherington Country Club



      Mason was back on the course on Monday, Aug. 10th at the Lakota East Invtie at Wetherington GC. The Comet Whtie team was 1st overall with a score of 311. The girls green team finished 2nd with a team score of 315. No individual scores were available.
Sycamore Invite @ Walden Ponds Golf Course



      Mason Girls Golf Teams finished 1-2 at the Sycamore Invite on Tuesday, Aug. 11 at Walden Ponds. The Green team was 1st with a team score of 286. The White team was 2nd with a 297. No individual scores were available.

Notre Dame Invite

@ Twin Oaks (KY)


Centerville Invite

@ Yankee Trace


Tri-Meet vs. Oak Hills and Lakota East

@ home

        RAINED OUT
8/19 Lakota East won 147-172    

Mason and Lakota East hooked up for a dual match at the Mason Golf Center on Wednesday, Aug. 19. The Comets came away with a 147-172 win against the Hawks. Nicole Mater was the overall medalist shooting an even par 35.

Next up, Mason girsl host St. Ursula on Tuesday, Aug. 25th at Mason.


St. Ursula

@ home

won 144-162    
The Girls Golf team topped St Ursula with an even par 144 to their 162 on Tuesday.  Mason had 4 players shoot even par 36 on the course:
Catherine Zhang
Jenna Harter
Nicole Mater

Ally Madden

Next up, Mason Girls and Boys teams will go head-to-head on Saturday at Walden Ponds.


Mason Boy vs. Girls Challenge

@ Walden Ponds


Mason boys and girls battled each other on Saturday in a "friendly" inter school matchup It was matchplay format at Waldon Ponds with balance out course ratings. Boys barley held on to win 5.5 to 4.5. See scores below:




@ home

won 156-166    

Mason Girls Golf was back at The Golf Center at Kings Island on Tuesday. The Comets got a 156-166 team win over Sycamore on the day.

Next up is the Mason Invtie on Sunday Sept. 6th at Mason.


Mason Invite

@ The Golf Center

Mason Green team finished 1st with a 317. 
Catherine Zhang 79
Jenna Harter 80 
Ally Madden 84
Maddie Heister 78

Demi Xie 80


White team 4th with a 335
Nicole Mater 85
Nicole Xie 86
Abby Love 87
Meghan Hartley 88
Karlie Dillon 77

Next up Mason Girls are playing in the Albany Invitaional today, Monday, Sept. 8th.

9/8 New Albany Invite         The Greater Miami Conference Girls Golf Championships are set for Tuesday, September 15th and Wednesday, September 16th at Walden Ponds Golf Course.  Tee off time is set for 8:00 AM each day. The Comets were 2nd last year to GMC champs Lakota East.
9/15-9/16 GMC Championships @ Walden Ponds 1st      

The Mason Girls Golf Team took down the GMC's team scoring record for the second time in 37 years on Wednesday at Walden Ponds Golf Course and did so in record-breaking fashion.  Mason captured their program's 9th overall GMC Championship (since entering the league in 2007) in a "GMC Title Run Away." 


The Comets shot a two-day team score of 579, besting the previous record by 13 strokes (592) set ten years ago by the 2010 Mason Girls. That team would go on to win the Comet's third straight state title (2008, 2009, 2010) under head coach Fred Reeder.  


After Round 1 on Tuesday, the Comets built a 37-stroke lead (292) over last year's defending champs, Lakota East.  On Wednesday, the girls put up an even stronger effort with a team score of 287 blowing away 2nd place Sycamore (661 team score) with an 82-stroke margin, the largest winning spread in the history of GMC girls golf.  Lakota East finished third behind the Aves with a team total of 664. 


Senior Catherine Zhang led the charge for Mason and the GMC field shooting 72-70 for a two-day total of 142. For her efforts, Zhang was named the GMC Girls Golfer of the Year.  Senior Jenna Harter (2nd overall) was right behind Zhang with Mason's lowest round for the tourney with a sizzling 68 on Wednesday, and 75 on Tuesday (143). 


Other outstanding Mason scores below:

5th Maddie Heister 72-76-148
6th Ally Madden 73-76-149
7th Nicole Mater 79-73-152
9th Nicole Xie 76-79-155


This year's team matched the 2010 Comets by placing all six individual players on the GMC all-conference 1st team.  In a vote of his conference coaching peers, Mason Head Coach Chad Payton was selected as the GMC "Coach of the Year".


Next up for the Mason girls is the Dublin Jerome Invitational at Darby Creek on Monday, September 21st.  Sectional play begins on October 5th back at Walden Ponds.  



Dublin Jerome Invite

@ Darby Creek


Mason girls golf was scheduled to play Ursuline at Maketewah on Saturday. No info reported.

Next up, Mason girls golf will play Lakota East in a dual match at home on Wednesday.



Ursuline Invite

@ Maketewah


Mason Girls placed Second at Jerome Invite @ Darby Creek Golf Course last Monday. 

The Comets played last Thursday in the Upper Arlington Lady Bear Invite at Brookside Country Club and also finished Second. 

To cap off last weeks action, Mason girls golf finished Second at the St. Ursula Invite at Makatewah Country Club on Saturday.

The OHSAA Sectional will be held at Walden Ponds GC on Tuesday, Oct. 6th. Four teams and four individuals who are not on a qualifying team advance to the District at Glenview GC on Tuesday, Oct. 13th.





Walden Ponds


Mason Girls Win Sectional

The Comet Girls Golf Team took their first step on the road to State on Monday at Walden Ponds Golf Course. It was a crisp 45 degrees to start the day at the OHSAA Southwest Sectional. Conditions were much more challenging than what they faced at the GMC Championship in September. Fall weather was in full bloom with a good 8-10mph wind and firm conditions which can be a treat at Walden Ponds.

While the Comets didn’t set any team records like they did at GMC, their team score of 305 was enough to defeat 2nd place St. Ursula (327) and allowing them to move on to the district tournament.

Junior Ally Madden was the tournament medalist and led the Comets with a one over par 73. Nicole Mater shot 75 for 3rd overall and right behind her was Catherine Zhang with 77 for 4th overall.

Next for the Comets is the SW District Championships at Glenview GC on Tuesday, Oct. 13th. 3 teams 3 individuals low score qualify for the State Tournament at OSU, slated for Oct. 23-24. The Comet Girls will be seeking to qualify for state for the third consecutive season.


Southwest District Championships

@ Glenview GC


Mason Girls Golf Three-Peat Their Way Back to State!

Tuesday at the OHSAA District Championships at Glenview, the Mason Girl's Golf team punched their ticket to state for the third consecutive season. The Comet girls fired a team score of 316 to be one of three teams from district to qualify for the State Girls golf Championships. Centerville was the overall winner shooting 310, while GMC rival Sycamore shot 319 for third.

Mason was led by junior Ally Madden's round of 78. Catherine Zhang and Jenna Harter were close behind with 79's, Nicole Mater 80 and Maddie Heister 82. Each of these young ladies will represent Mason at State! Mason finished 4th overall at state last season. The Comets earned state girls golf titles in 2008, 2009 and 2010.

The State Tournament will be at the Ohio State University Gray Course, on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 23-24.

Congratulations to all the players and coach Layton!

Go Comets at STATE!


OHSAA State Championships




The Mason Girls Golf Team are the 2020 State Runner-up! The Comets finished 5 strokes better at Seturday's 2nd round to jump 2 places from Friday's 4th place position. Mason shot a team total of 627 (316-311) for the event with New Albany running away with the state title (586).

Maddie Heister was Mason's top finisher (tied for 16th) shooting 78-76. She was followed by Catherine Zhangs 78-79 (tied for 20th), Ally Madden's 81-77 (tied for 22), Jenna Harter 81-77 (tied for 22bd),and Nicole Mater 81-88 (T46).

This is Mason Girls' highest finish at state since 2018 when they were 7th overall.

Congratulations to the player and coaches on a 2020 Season to Remember!

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Boys Soccer





Game Summary
8/29 @ Moeller won 2-1 1-0 0-0

Mason Boys Soccer opened their 2020 season at Moeller on Saturday, matching two to the top area teams in an early season battle. The Crusaders were last season's Regional runnerup.

The Comets got goals from senior Adam Winterhalter and a game winner from senior Sam Mckee giving Mason the 2-1 win.

Mason will visit Little Miami next, today, Aug. 31st.

8/31 @ Little Miami won 8-0 2-0 0-0

Mason pounded out 8 goals on Monday to win at Little Miami 8-0. No other details provided.

Next up Mason boys will open GMC play with a match at Fairfield on Thursday, Sept. 3rd.

9/3 @ Fairfield won 2-0 3-0 1-0

Mason Boys Soccer earned their first GMC win of 2020 with a 2-0 shutout at Fairfield. Zach Cochran blanked the Indians with 1 save as the Comet keeper. Mason goals were scored by Micha McReynolds and Kevin Ren.

Mason goes to 3-0-0 on the season and will play their home opener against Hamilton on Tuesday, Sept. 8th.

9/5 Kings won 4-1 4-0 1-0 Mason boys soccer defeated Kings in a non-conference affair last Saturday, 4-1. No details available.
9/8 Hamilton won 8-0 4-0 2-0 The Comets boys soccer team shutout Hamilton on Tuesday by a score of 8-0. No details available.
9/10 Oak Hills won 7-1 6-0 3-0

Mason boys soccer stayed perfect on the season (6-0 overall, 3-0 GMC) with a 7-1 romp over Oak Hills at home on Thursday night. No details available.

Next up for Mason is a big GMC home match with Lakato West on Thursday, Sept. 17th.

9/17 Lakota West won 5-2 7-0 4-0

Mason boys soccer earned a big GMC win over Laktoa West at home on Thursday night. Final score; Mason 5 West 2. Senior Jacob Beauchot made it a "hat-trick" with three goals in the match. Max Brogan and Sam McKee scored Mason's other goals.

Mason stays undefeated at 7-0 overall and 4-0 in the GMC. Next up is a home match this Saturday vs. Loveland.

9/19 Loveland tied 2-2 7-0-1 4-0

Mason battled visiting Loveland to a 2-2 tie this past Saturday. The Comets honored a large group of the following seniors in pregame ceremonies: Luke Benscoter, Sam McKee, Joseph Lencyk, James McReynolds, Cameron Doner, Adam Winterhalter, Maxwell Brogan, Gabriel Marlow, Austin Erickson, August Bernens, Julius Plaetrick, Jacob Beauchot, Dylan Gallagher and Nolan Fitz (manager).

Mason goals were scored by Jacob Beauchot and Max Brogan.

Mason (7-0-1, 4-0) will visit Lakota East on Tuesday night.

9/22 @ Lakota East won 1-0 8-0-1 5-0

Mason Boys Soccer visited Lakota East Tuesday night. The Comets got a first half goal from Nolan Fitz to defeat the Hawks 1-0. Mason was led by their outstanding defense and keeper Zach Cochran with 1 save.

Mason (8-0-1, 5-0 GMC) will host #2 ranked St. Xavier on Saturday, at 3:00 pm. Mason is currently ranked 7th in the State polls.

9/26 St. Xavier won 2-1 9-0-1 5-0

Mason Boys Soccer hosted the St. X Bombers in a non-conference battle on Saturday. The match was everything billed. St. Xavier enterd the contest as the #2 ranked team in the latest state polls, with Mason not far behind at 6th overall. Neither team had a loss on the season. It would be the Comets who keep their unbeaten streak going with an exciting 2-1 win.

The Comets got on the board first with a goal from Jacob Beauchot. The senior scored off a scrom with the Bomber goalie. St. X will equalize that goal before the half (1-1). Mason senior Sam McKee made sure this game didn't end in a tie as often happens when two heavy weights match up. McKee hit a beautiful ball just out of the reach of the St. X keeper late in the game. Max Brogran and Nolan Fitz earned assists on the goals.

Next up, Mason 9-0-1, 5-0 GMC) will visit Sycamore on Thursday in an important league match.


10/1 @ Sycamore won 4-3 10-0-1 6-0

The Comets knocked off rival Sycamore Thursday night in a tight 4-3 contest. Both teams entered the contest with no losses in the GMC, although Sycamore had a tie. The first half was a battle and ended 1-1. The Comets pulled ahead by two (4-2) late in the contest. The Aves were able to add a final goal in the final two minutes before the buzzer ended.

The Comets (10-0-1, 6-0 GMC) will play at Princeton on Tuesday and then home on Thursday vs. Colerain. Mason Boys Soccer is the #2 ranked team in the latest city polls.

10/6 @ Princeton won 7-0 11-0-1 7-0

Mason Boys Soccer moved one step closer to their third consecutive GMC Title on Tuesday night. The Comets shut out Princeton 7-0 and can secure the league title with a win on Thursday night.

Scoring for Mason: Jacob Beauchot (2), Luke Brogan, Cameron Doner, Austin Erickson, Micah McReynolds and Luis Rojo. Nolan Fitz and Michael Bilo earned the shutout in goal.

Mason stays undefeated on the season at 11-0-1 overall and 7-0 in the GMC with two league games remaining on the regular season. They will host Colerain on Thursday and visit Middletown on Thursday, Oct. 15th.

10/8 Colerain won 3-0 12-0-1 8-0


The Comet boys soccer team celebrated another GMC Title on Thursday night, defeating Colerain at home by a score of 3-0. Mason is the 2020 GMC Champions, their 3rd consecutive league title and 9th out of the last 14 seasons. Mason ties the former Lakota HS (9 titles outright or shared) for the 2nd most boys soccer titles since the sport begain playing in the GMC in 1975. Fairfieldl holds the all-time record with 12 conference titles (outright/shared).

Mason led at half by a slim marging of 1-0 after pelting the Cardinal keeper with scoring opportunities. The Comets broke thru in the second half with two more quick scores. Goals were scored in the contest by sophomore Luke Brogan (2) and Austin Erickson. Michael Bilo (freshman) was credited with the shutout in goal.

The Comets remain unbeaten on the season at 12-0-1 (8-0 GMC) and will play their final regular season match next Thursday, Oct. 15th at Middletown. The postseason tourney draw was this past weekend and Mason is the #1 seed. They earned a 1st round bye and will player either Middletown or Western Brown in the 2nd round, at home on Thursday, Oct. 22nd.


10/15 @ Middletown won 7-0 13-0-1 9-0

Mason Boys Soccer swamped Middletown on the road Thursday night by a score of 7-0 to end their regular season schedule. The Comets make it thru the GMC undefeated for the 2nd season in a row at 9-0. Over the past three seasons Mason has a GMC record of 26-1 with their last league loss occuring on Sept. 13, 2018.

Mason (13-0-1) is ranked as the #2 boys soccer program in the latest state-wide soccer polls behind last years D1 state champ St. Ignatius. The Comets are the #1 team in the Southwest Ohio High School Soccer Coaches association poll.

Mason is the #1 seed in the upcoming post season tourney. They earned a 1st round bye and will player either Middletown or Western Brown in the 2nd round, at home on Thursday, Oct. 22nd.



vs. Middletown

7:00 at Mason

won 5-0 14-0-1 9-0

Mason boys soccer got their post season underway on Thursday night with a 5-0 shutout of visiting Middletown. No other details available. The undefeated Comets handled the Middies to move on in the OHSAA Sectional.

Mason (14-0-1) will meet Colerain in the Sectional Final on Monday, Oct. 26th, 7:00 pm at Lakota West. The Cardinals defeated Turpin 3-2 on Thursday to move on in the tourney. Mason defeated Colerain 3-0 a couple of weeks ago to win the GMC. Monday's winner will advance to the District Final on Thursday, Oct. 29th vs. either Dayton Carroll or Miamisburg at a place to be determined.



vs Colerain

@ West, 7:00 pm

won 1-0 15-01 9-0

Two GMC teams went to battle in the Sectional Final at Lakota West on Monday night. The contest was a typical league defensive battle between a pair of programs that knew each other welll. Mason and Colerain went scoreless until late in the game when Jacob Beauchot found the back of the net for the games only score. The Comet senior took a pass close to mid-field with less than 11 minutes remaining and dashed down the right side of the field beating two Cardinal defenders, placing the goal in the left corner of the Colerain goal.

Mason sophomore Zach Cochran earned the shutout as keeper (along with a stingy Comet backline). Cochran was credited with 6 saves in goal.

Mason (15-0-1) stays undefeated on the season and advances to Thursday's District Final. The Comets will take on #3 seed Dayton Carroll who defeated Miamisburg 4-0 on Monday. That contest will be played at Bellbrook HS on Thursday, Oct. 29th, 7:00 pm. Mason boys will be seeking their 8th overall District Title with the last one coming in the fall of 2016.

The winner will play either Loveland or Centerville in the Regional Semi-Final, Wednesday, Nov. 4th, 7:00 PM at a site TBA. Mason is ranked #2 in the latest state-wide polls and remains the #1 team in the Cincinnati area.



VS. Carroll

@ Bellbrook


won 4-3 16-0-1 9-0

Mason Boys Soccer EARNS OHSAA District Title!

The Mason Boys Soccer Team fought off a determined Dayton Carroll squad on Thursday night to preserve their 8th overall District Championship with a tense, 4-3 double overtime victory. The Comets rushed out to 3-0 lead on a cold, damp and overall dreary evening at Bellbrook HS. The Patriots got a goal before the half and trailed Mason 3-1 at the break.

After approximateely 15 minutes of play in the second half, Carroll got two quick goals to even the score 3-3. Neither team was able to convert after the game went into its 2nd overtime although both had severall opportunities.

Mason came out in the 2nd 15 minute overtime and consistenty pressured the Carroll defense. With less than 6 minutes remaining, Monday's hero Jacob Beauchot took a pass on the left side of the Patriot defense, beat his defending and sent a perfect centering pass to streaking teammate Kevin Ren. Ren who had already scored earlier in the contest, beat his defender and buried the game-winning tally in the back. Ren was mobbed by his teammates as the Mason Comets were 4-3 district champions. It is boy's soccer first district title since the 2016 season.

Also scoring goals for Mason were Max Brogan, and Austin Erickson. Beauchot assisted on two of the goals, while Cameron Doner and Sam McKee also earned assists.

Mason (16-0-1) advances to the Sweet Sixteen and will play Dayton's #1 seed, Centerville (16-1-2) on Wednesday, Nov. 4th 7:00 pm at a site TBA. The Elks defeated Loveland 5-0 to advance.

Due to Covid19 restrictions, the two teams did not play their usual regular season match. Centerville's only loss of the season was against Beavercreek while also tying the Beavers twice during the regular season.

Wednesday nights winner will advance to the Regional Final on Saturday, Nov. 7th, 3:00 pm against eiher St. Xavier or Sycamroe at a site TBA.




vs. Centerville

@ Centerville 7:00

lost 2-1 16-1-1 9-0

Mason Boys Soccer 2020 season came to a very disappointing conclusion on Wednesday night at the Regional Semi-Final match at Centerville. The Comets saw their 1-0 lead disappear late in the 2nd half and then suffered a heart-breaking go-head goal by the Elks with just less than a minute remaining in regulation. Final score 2-1, with Centerville moving on to the Regional final against St. Xavier.

With the score knotted at 1-1, Mason attacked deep in Centerville territory when a cross near the net resulted in a whistle from one of the linesmen, but no call was made. 

Centerville took advantage of the mystery whistle, catching the Comets out of position and an Elk forward hammered in the game-winning goal with 58.4 seconds remaining, eliminating the previously unbeaten Comets. 

The two clubs battled to a scoreless first half, although Mason was primarily on the attack and missed a few promising opportunities to open the game's scoring. Senior forwards Max Brogan and Cameron Donor each had clean shots at the goal, but were both turned away by Shrivers. Mason was also called for offsides three times in the first half. 

The Comets finally found the icebreaker at the 25:30 mark in the second half when junior Kevin Ren nailed his 11th goal of the year. 

The majority of the second half was highlighted by physicality as Mason attempted to hold its one-goal advantage while the Elks increased their offensive attack. Centerville had not been shutout all season and the Elks had scored multiple goals in 18 of 19 matches. A Centerville game-tying goal was waved off for offsides with 13:04 remaining, but the Elks found the equalizer just 27 seconds on a roller that snuck past diving Mason sophomore goalie Zach Cochran. 

With overtime looming, Centerville stayed aggressive over the final 10 minutes of regulation and found the perfect opportunity to strike with under a minute remaining.

The loss was Mason's first of the season and ended a year where the Comets (16-1-1) won the Greater Miami Conference outright for the third straight season, finishing 9-0 against league foes, also winning their program's 8th Districti Title. Mason was ranked the No. 2 Division I team in Ohio in the final coaches poll of the season. 


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Girls Soccer






Game Summary

@ St. Ursula

won 2-1 1-0 0-0
On a cloudy but hot Saturday afternoon, the Comets Women's Varsity Soccer team started their 2020 season hosted by St Ursula Academy. Striking early in the 1st half and then again in the second half, the Lady Comets walked away with a 2-1 victory.

At the whistle, the Bulldogs had the kickoff, coming out fast and hard, taking their 1st shot on goal just after 2 minutes but being easily collected by Comets goalkeeper Mia Moran. Struggle for control continued for the next 2 minutes until the Comets minted a solid attack up the middle where Jayna Seales passed to Elise Haller, who then tucked the ball into the top-left corner of the goal, untouched by the SUA goalie. The Bulldogs mounted several attacks in the 1st half resulting in 4 shots on goal all collected by Moran.

The Comets had the kickoff at the start of the second half with agressive back and forth play continuing. A few minutes into the half, Emelia Geren sent a pass from midfield up to Shannon Crogan, who evaded the defender and took a left footed shot into the bottom right goal - giving the Comets a 2-0 lead. Aggressive, back and forth play continued for another 30 minutes, when the Bulldogs got one in, making the score 2-1. Feeling some opportunity, the Bulldogs would make a few more attacks that were stopped by the solid Comets backline of Carly Keuffer, Tori Hopton and Erin Hummel. 
Next up, the Comets travel to Mt. Notre Dame on Monday evening.
8/24 @ Mt. Notre Dame (KY) lost 2-1 1-1 0-0

Mason Women's Soccer came up short in their second game of the season on Monday against Mount Notre Dame, losing 2-1. The game started with a fast back and forth, with both teams taking shots on goal. About 20 minutes in, Jayna Searles opened the scoring when she received a sharp pass up the middle from Sara Morris and sneaked past the keeper to hammer it in the  goal. A few minutes later, another Mason goal was called back for offsides before the half, which ended 1-0 Mason advantage. 


The second half was a replay of the first, with energetic play and attempts on both ends of the field. A Mason penalty in the box led to a penalty kick for MND and tied up the score 1-1. About 10 minutes later MND scored again. Mason had some strong opportunities and shots on goal, but couldn't convert before game's end.


Next up is the Comets' first home game at 7 p.m. on Sept. 3 against Fairfield.
9/3 Fairfield won 3-0 2-1 1-0

Girls Soccer hosted Fairfield on Thursday night and defeated the Indians 3-0. No other details available.

Next up, Mason girls (2-1) travel to Hamilton on Tuesday, Sept. 8th.

9/8 @ Hamilton won 4-0 3-1 2-0

Four games into the season, the Mason Women's Varsity Soccer team held off Hamilton in a 4-0 shutout last Tuesday. The Comets started the game strong and fast, driving into the Hamilton defense and firing off 6 shots before Maddie Baird passed over the top from midfield and Shannon Crogan picked it up on the left side, dribbled through traffic, and hit the net 7 minutes and 30 seconds into the game. The game continued at this pace through the 1st half, with Crogan netting a second goal with an assist from Jayna Searles. At half time the score was 2-0. In the second half, the comets maintained the momentum on offense with Elise Haller and Baird each picking up a goal.


The Comets defense remained solid through the game with the starting back line of Carly Kueffer (CB), Tori Hpton (LB), and Erin Hummel (RB) directing much of the defensive posture. Throughout the game, the defense limited the incursions into the Comets defensive half and allowed Big Blue to get only 8 shots the entire game. About 25 minutes into the 2nd half, Amelia Moran handed off the goalie gloves to Kyleigh Dahlgren. About 10 minutes in, Dahlgren held strong to a solid Big Blue attack and shot on goal.


This win gives the Comets  a 2-0-0 GMC record and an overall record of 3-1-0. Next up, the Comets are at Oak Hills (4-1-1) on Thursday, Sept 10 with a 7 PM kick off.
9/10 @ Oak Hills tied 1-1 3-1-1 2-0-1

Mason Girls tied 1-1 at Oak Hills on Thursday. No details available.

Next up Mason (3-1-1, 2-0-1) will visit Mt. Notre Dame Academy on Saturday.

9/12 Lebanon won 2-1 4-1-1 2-0-1

Mason defeated Lebanon 2-1 last Saturday. No information available.

Next up, Mason will visit Fenwick tonight. On Thursday, the Comet girls will visit the defending state champs, Lakota West.

9/14 @ Fenwick won 7-0 5-1-1 2-0-1

Mason shutout Fenwick last night by a score of 7-0. No details available.

The Comets (5-1-1, 2-0-1) will visit the defending state champion Firebirds of Lakota West on Thursday night.

9/17 @ Lakota West won 3-2 6-1-1 3-0-1


Mason Women Defeat Reigning State Champs 

In the biggest upset in the GMC so far this season, the unranked, Mason Women’s Soccer team handed the states number 1 rankedl and reigning D1 Ohio state soccer champion Lakota West Firebirds their first loss in more than 600 days, outscoring them 3-2 on Thursday at Lakota West. 

It was a solid and high-energy effort in the first half, with midfielder Emilia Geren relentlessly tracking and derailing Lakota’s key offensive threat all game. Lakota scored early, but the Comets continued to play a high-pressure offense to create opportunities. Before halftime, the Firebirds scored again, setting up a 2-0 lead.

The Comets exploded into the second half, jumping on the attack and working to get around a Firebirds defense that had only given up 3 goals in five games this season. Midfielders Liz Berry and Jayna Searles controlled the inside game while wings Kaitlyn Heckler and Maddie Baird moved fast and fed balls forward. Minutes in, Baird passed to forward Shannon Crogan, who took a strong run and blasted a right-footed shot into the net. Ten minutes later, as momentum gathered for the Comets, forward Elise Haller settled a ball after a throw-in and struck it past several defenders to the inside of the net, tying the game 2-2. 

It’s rare for the Firebirds to find themselves in a tie game, and they responded by upping their attack and pace. The Comets matched them, as Jess Thomas and others denied multiple attempts by the Firebirds to gain possession on the outside. The Comets’ back line stuck to its tenacious, calm, and coordinated style, with Carly Keuffer, Tori Hopton, and Maria Speas acting as a unit to deny West’s repeated attempts to create plays near the net. 

In the moment that turned the game, with 27 minutes left on the clock, forward Ella Madden received a long pass from Baird, evaded a handful of West defenders, and fired a left-footed shot into the goal. Now leading 3-2 with plenty of time left to play, the Comets didn’t let up. As the Firebirds changed the point of attack again and again, the Comets dug in to maintain possession and earn the hard-fought win. Goalkeeper Amelia Moran had four saves in the game.

The 3-2 win puts the Comets at the top of the GMC.  

The Comets take on Loveland at 5 p.m. at home on Saturday.

9/19 Loveland tied 1-1 6-1-2 3-0-1

Mason Girls soccer concluded a busy week against some of the top teams in the state. After knocking off top-ranked Lakota West on Thursday, the Comets found themselves in a battle with #9 ranked Loveland on Saturday. It was an intense and physical match with the Tigers that resulted in a 1-1 tie. Jayna Searles provided Mason's lone goal. Mia Moran earned 4 saves as keeper for the Comets.

Next up for Mason (6-1-2, 3-0-1) is a home match this Tuesday vs. Lakota East.

9/22 Lakota East won 1-0 7-1-2 4-0-1

Lakota East visited Mason on Tuesday night with upset on their minds. For almost 74 mintues it looked like they would at least get a scoreless tie until Jayna Searles buried the only goal of the game in the back of the net. Comets win 1-0 and stay on top in the GMC standings. Mia Moran earned the shutout in goal with 4 saves.

Next up, Mason will host Ursuline Academy on Saturday night.

9/26 Ursuline Academy won 2-0 8-1-2 4-0-1

Then Mason Comets Women’s Soccer Team, currently leading the GMC, outpaced and outshot the Ursuline Academy Lions on Saturday, earning a 2-0 win at home.

The Comets took a total of 21 shots in the game, with the first point coming about 23 minutes into play. Forward Maddy Baird passed up the middle, and forward Emma Brewer got in a footrace with the Lions goalkeeper to the ball. Brewer arrived first, touching the ball past the keeper and calmly netting it from just outside the goal box. The half ended in a 1-0 score.

About 14 minutes in the second half, a ball was deflected by an Ursuline defender to Baird, who took one touch and shot it in for the second goal. The Comets continued to press for the rest of the game, but the Lions held them to 2 goals. Comets goalkeeper Mia Moran had 2 saves in the shutout. 

Next up the Comets (GMC 4-0-1) take on GMC rival Sycamore Aviators (GMC 3-0-2) at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Mason. 

10/1 Sycamore won 3-1 9-1-2 5-0-1 The Mason Women's Comets Soccer team continues to lead the GMC after a 3-1 win at home over the Sycamore Aviators at home on Thursday.

Coming into the match, the Aves had a GMC record of 3-0-2 versus the Comets 4-0-1. The Comets quickly took control of the game, maintaining much of the possession and mounting several drives towards the goal. The Comets dominated passing, and its strong defensive back line held off any serious threats in the 1st half. At the end of the 1st half the Comets were up 1-0 with a goal by Maddy baird off of an assist by Emilia Geren.

In the second half, the Comets again came out with high energy controlling the game with its middle line and defense. The Comets were able to tack on 2 more goals by Shannon Crogan and Ella Madden. Late in the second half the Aves were able to secure a goal off of a corner kick.

With this win, the Comets GMC record is 5-0-1 and their overall record is 9-1-2. 

Next up, the Comets take on McAuley High School at home on Saturday Oct 3 at 2:00 PM.
10/3 McAuley won 2-0 10-1-2 5-0-1

Mason Girls shutout a good Mercy McAuley team 2-0 on Saturday. The Comets got goals from Shannon Crogan and Sofia Maine off assists by Kaitlyn Heckler and Carly Keuffer. Mia Moran earned the shutout with 2 saves.

Mason (10-1-2, 5-0-1 GMC) heads into a season finale stretch run of GMC teams. They will host Princeton on Tuesday, at Colerain Thursday and then home vs. Middletown on Thur. Oct 15th.

10/6 Princeton won 8-0 11-1-2 6-0-1

Mason Girls Soccer routed Princeton at home on Tuesady 8-0. No details available yet. The Comets hold a narrow edge over Lakota West as the GMC title race comes down to the final few days.

Mason has two regular season league games remaining: at Colerain on Thursday and home vs. Middletown on Thursday, Oct. 15th.

10/8 @ Colerain won 4-0 12-1-2 7-0-1 It was a story of two halves when the Mason Womens' Soccer Team earned a 4-0 shutout against the Colerain Cardinals on the road in a key GMC matchup.

The story of the first half was about shooting  - without success - with the Comets taking 18 shots (8 on target) and 2 corner kicks versus the Cardinals 1 shot. The half with a 0-0 tie.


But the Comets reorganized at halftime and came out ready to get the ball in the net. The first one came just minutes in when Maddy Baird struck it past the Cardinals keeper. The second and third came within 15 minutes, both by Emilia Geren -- including a shot popped high and over the keeper's head just under the bar. 

The Cardinals didn't stop their press, however, as the Comets worked to possess the ball and control the pace. The fourth and final goal was a shot by Baird that slid in over the keeper's head and below the bar.

Due to the strong defense by the midfield and defensive line, Mia Moran only had 1 save in the game.


Mason Girls Soccer can claim their programs 8th overall GMCtitle when they play their final regular season match at home vs. Middletown on Thursday.


Title next Thursday when they host Middletown. The Comets (12-1-2, 7-0-1 GMC) are ranked #7 in the state and #2 in the latest SW Coaches poll.  

10/15 Middletown won 9-0 13-1-2 8-0-1


The Mason Girls Soccer team dealt visiting Middletown a 9-0 shutout on Thursday night and in so doing claimed the 2020 GMC Championship. The Comets nosed out last years defending GMC and State Champion Lakota West with an undefeated 8-0-1 league record.

Mason made their early season defeat of the Firebirds payoff with the reward of their programs 8th overall GMC title (7 outright and 1 co-champ). The Comet girls program has won or shared the most GMC titles in the leagues modern ten-team format (since 1997).

Mason (13-1-2) is currently the state's 9th ranked girsl soccer team. Mason is ranked number 3 in the city polls behind Mt. Notre Dame and Loveland. They will now turn their attention towards the post season.

The Comet girls earned the #3 seed in the upcoming post season draw. The Comets earned a 1st round bye and will play Fairfield at home on Saturday, Oct. 24th at 7;00 pm. The winner advances to the Sectional Final on Oct. 27th vs. either Lakota East or Ursulaine Academy at West.



vs. Fairfield

7:00 pm @ home

won 4-0 14-1-2 8-0-1

Mason Girls Soccer advanced in the postseason on Saturday with a 4-0 shutout of Fairfield. Comet goals were scored by Maddy Baird (2), Rylee Curl and Ella Madden. Mia Moran earned the shutout with 6 saves.

Mason Girls continue their tourney journey on Tuesday when they meet Ursuline Academy on Tuesday at Lakota West, 7:00 pm for the Sectional Final. The Comets erned a hard fought 2-0 over the Lions earlier this season. The winner will get either Beavercreek or Northmont on Saturday for the District Title.



vs. Urusuline


won 2-0 15-1-2 8-0-1

Mason Girls Soccer advances in the postseason on Tuesday night with a 2-0 shutout of Ursuline Academy at Lakota West. The contest was a defensive struggle, as it is so often in postseason play. Mason and UA battles for almots 67 minutes when sophomore Maddie Baird took on a UA defender and slipped a goal past the Lion keeper for the first goal of the night.

Approxiamately 6 mintues later Baird took a pass deep in the UA defense and buried her 2nd goal of the night giving Mason a 2-0 lead and advancing them to the next round of the playoffs. Mia Moran earned the shutout in goal with 1 save.

Mason (15-1-2) the 8th team in the state, advances to the District Championship vs. #2 seed Beavercreek on Saturday, Oct. 31st at 3:00 pm at Laktoa East HS. The Comet girls will be seeking their programs 8th overall District title that evening with the last one coming in the 2018 season.

The winner will meet either Centerville or Oak Hills in the Regional Semi-Finals on Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, 7:00 pm at a place TBA. .



vs. Beavercreek

@ Lakota East

3:00 pm


won 1-0 16-1-2 8-0-1


The Mason Women’s Varsity Soccer team claimed the District Championship on Saturday, besting the Beavercreek Beavers 1-0 on a clear and crisp afternoon at Lakota East High School.

The Comets took the field fast and confident, matching the teamwork and high intensity of the Beavers everywhere on the field.

Seven minutes into the first half, forward Maddie Baird capitalized on a perfectly placed through-ball from midfielder Emelia Geren, popping the ball past the keeper and into the back of the net. Mason continued pressing Beavercreek’s defense to create a few dangerous opportunities in front of the goal but were unable to convert.

Beavercreek mounted several attacks, with the most dangerous opportunity for them coming 6 minutes left in the half when they earned a corner kick and one of their players connected to make a shot on goal. Goalkeeper Mia Moran made a terrific play and popped the ball just over the crossbar. Moran had 3 saves on the night for the Comets.

In the second half and up by 1, Mason played a bit more defensively to effectively stop all attacks that Beavercreek was able to get started.

The Comets continue their post-season quest on Tuesday when they face Centerville Elks in the regional final at 7 p.m. at Centerville. On the line for Mason is a berth in the Regional Title game against either Lakota West or Mt. Notre Dame on Saturday, Nov. 7th 12:00 pm at TBA.

Last season Mason girls defeated Loveland in the Regional Semi-s, then fell to Beavercreek in the Regional Final.




Regional Semi-Finals

vs. Centerville

@ Centerville


lost 2-1 OT 16-2-2 8-0-1

Mason Girls Soccer saw their 2020 season come to a tough end on Tuesday night at the Regional Semi-Final. The Comets suffered a gut-wrenching 2-1 overtime loss to Centerville. The Elks and Comets battled to a 1-1 tie, but Centerville buried the game-winning goal with 2:59 left in overtime to send the Elks to Saturday's regional championship game. 

The Comets, which won the Greater Miami Conference outright, had not allowed a goal since Oct. 1. They entered Tuesday night’s tilt with seven consecutive shutout victories and had outscored playoff foes 11-0.

But Centerville came out with an aggressive attack and opened the game's scoring at the 29:02 mark in the first half with the nights first goal.

The Comets showed promise offensively in the first half but couldn’t net the equalizer. Near the 22-minute mark, the Centerville goalie misplayed a shot near the top of the box and the ball trickled to Mason forward Elise Haller, whose shot bounced left of the goal.

Later in the half, Shannon Crogan beat her defender on a 1-on-1 from the corner, but her game-tying attempt leaked left, as well.

Haller would make up with her earlier misfire in the second half. The junior was fed a perfect feed off a corner kick and netted the equalizer with 22:18 remaining in regulation. 

From there, the match was primarily played near midfield with neither offense gaining any traction over the final 20-plus minutes and into the early portion of overtime. Mason's defense staved off a Centerville free kick with 8:16 left and a corner kick with 4:15 remaining, but the Elks would break through with the final winning score with less than three minutes remaining in the 1st OT.

Mason was aiming at a run toward its fourth state Final Four appearance of the decade. The Comets captured regional crowns three consecutive years from 2012-14 and was state runner-up twice in that span. 

The 2020 season will go down in the Mason record books as a challenging year for many reasons, but it will also be remembered as one of the most rememerable. We’re sad to say goodbye to our 9 tremendous seniors and all they’ve done for this program and this team.

Congratulations to all the players and coaches!


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Girls Tennis
Mason Individual Results & Match Notes
8/15 Toledo Notre Dame won 5-0 1-0  

Mason Tennis opened their season on Saturday, Aug. 15 with a 5-0 sweep at home vs. Toledo Notre Dame. See scores below:

Aggarwal d. O Assenmacher 6-2, 6-1
Tonkal d. E Assenmacher 6-3, 6-4
Uppuganti d. Notziger 6-1, 6-0
Ra Chada-Kruse d. Sturgeon-Gmitter 6-0, 6-0
Ri Chada-Cosimi d. Miller-Rindler 6-1, 6-1


8/16 Magnificat HS won 4-1 2-0  

Mason Girls Tennis won a 4-1 home match vs. Magnificat HS on Sunday, August 16th. See scores below:

Aggarwal d. A. Smitek 6-1, 6-4
N. Smitek (Magnificat) d. Tonkal 4-6, 6-4, 10-7
Loni d. Ospelt 6-3, 6-1
Raina Chada - Kruse d. Koprulu-Moritz 6-4, 6-4
Risha Chada- Uppuganti d. O’Neil-Stoehr 7-6 (1), 6-1

Next up, Mason (2-0) will host Columbus Academy on Thursday, Aug. 20th.

8/19 @ Lakota East won 5-0 3-0 1-0

Mason Girls Tennis went to 3-0 on the season with a 5-0 sweep against Lakota East. See scores below:

Uppuganti d. N. Kejriwal 6-1, 6-1
Loni d. A. Kejriwal 6-1, 6-1
Cosimi d. D. DiFillipo 6-1, 6-2
Reid-Lebedev d. C. DiFillipo-Kusel 6-1, 6-0
Zutshi-Datla d. Price-Rabin 6-1, 6-0


8/20 Columbus Academy won 4-1 4-0  

Mason Girls Tennis defeated visiting Columbus Academy 4-1 on Thursday, Aug. 20th to send their record to 4-0 on the young season. See results below:

Mason 4, Columbus Academy 1
Ratliff (C) def. S.Aggarwal 6-4, 6-2
Uppuganti (M) def. Chang 6-0, 6-1
Loni (M) def. Chabria 6-1, 6-4
A.Kruse-Tonkal (M) def. L.Motta-Tsung 6-0, 6-2
Ra.Chada-Ri.Chada (M) def. Bilgin-Philip 6-4, 6-3

Next for the Comets is an away match at Indian Hill on Monday, Aug. 24th.

8/24 @ Indian Hill WON 5-0 5-0 1-0

Mason Girls Tennis goes to 5-0 on Monday with a shutout at Indian Hill. See scores below:

Mason 5, Indian Hill 0
S.Aggarwal def. Arrington 6-2, 6-1
Tonkal def. August 6-2, 5-1 (ret)
Loni def. Zhang 6-4, 6-2
A.Kruse-Ra.Chada def. Kirby-Budde 6-4, 6-1
Uppuganti-Ri.Chada def. Pollock-Larsen 6-1, 6-1

Mason's match at Fairfiled on Tuesday was rained out.

Next up the Comets visit Ursuline this afternoon, Aug. 26. They will host Oak Hills on Thursday.

8/25 @ Fairfield         POSTPONED FOR RAIN
8/26 @ Ursuline Academy won 5-0 6-0 1-0

Mason Girls continued their winning ways on Wednesday with a 5-0 romp over Ursuline. See stats below:

Mason 5, Ursuline Academy 0
S.Aggarwal def. B.Estes 6-1, 6-0
Loni def. Lynch 6-2, 6-1
Uppuganti def. Arcot 6-0, 6-0
A.Kruse-Ra.Chada def. Dhaliwal-Johnson 6-4, 6-1
Tonkal-Ri.Chada def. Kronenberger-Robertson 6-0, 6-2

8/27 Oak Hills won 4-1 7-0 2-0

On Thursday, girls varsity tennis was back on the courts defeating Oak Hills 4-1. The Comets are now 7-0! See results below:

Mason 4, Oak Hills 1
S.Aggarwal (M) def. Ziebro 6-1, 6-0
Loni (M) def. King 6-0, 6-1
Cosimi (M) def. Miller 6-0, 6-0
Lint-Kadakia (O) def. D.Reid-Lebedev 7-5, 3-6, 1-0
Zutshi-Datla (M) def. Silver-Malone 6-0, 6-1

Next up, Mason will host Eaton HS on Monday, Aug. 31st.



Hathaway Brown




8-1 2-0

Mason competed against Upper Arlington and Hathaway Brown on Saturday in split squad result. See details below:

Upper Arlington 3, Mason 2
Singles: Hazelbaker (U) def. Tonkal 6-2, 6-3; Basil (U) def. Loni 6-4, 2-6, 6-4; Uppuganti (M) def. Wang 6-1, 6-1. Doubles: A.Kruse-Ra.Chada (M) def. N.Mizer-Richard 6-1, 6-0; E.Mizer-Roth (U) def. D.Reid-Lebedev 6-4, 3-6, 6-3.

Mason 3, Hathaway Brown 2
Singles: Mu (H) def. Tonkal 7-5, 7-6; Loni (M) def. Gidlow 7-5, 6-2; Uppuganti (M) def. Lin 6-2, 6-2. Doubles: A.Kruse-Ra.Chada (M) def. Fuentes-A.Mills 6-3, 6-1; K.Mills-Lynch (H) def. Ri.Chada-Cosimi 6-4, 6-4.


8/29 OTC vs. Lebanon won 5-0 9-1 2-0

Mason defeated Lebanon 5-0 in their first round match of the OTCA on Saturday. See scores below:

Singles: Ri.Chada def. Pursell 6-0, 6-1; Cosimi def. Torres 6-0, 6-0; Datla def. Marsh 6-0, 6-2. Doubles: Ra.Chada-Lebedev def. Manvalirs-Chin 6-1, 6-0; Zutshi-D.Reid def. Brake-Andre 6-0, 6-0. [Coach Reid: OTCA MATCH]

Next up Mason will host Eaton today, Monday, Aug. 31st.

8/31 Eaton won 5-0 10-1  

Mason Girls Tennis defeated Eaton at home on Monday, 5-0. See resutls below:

S.Aggarwal def. Hitchcock 3-6, 6-2, 6-4
Tonkal def. S.Murphy 6-3, 6-0
Loni def. G.Murphy 6-2, 6-3
A.Kruse-Ra.Chada def. T.Murphy-Wilkinson 6-0, 6-1
Ri.Chada-Uppuganti def. Kramer-Kang 6-0, 6-2

9/1 Lakota West won 5-0 11-1 3-0

The Comet ladies earned another shutout on Tuesday with a 5-0 win vs. Lakota West. See results below:

S.Aggarwal def. Suresh 6-0, 6-1
Loni def. Woodall 6-1, 6-1
Cosimi def. S. Martin 6-0, 6-2
Ri.Chada-Uppuganti def. Trent-Schleibaum 6-0, 6-3
Datla-Zutshi def. Curry-R. Martin 6-0, 6-0

The girls team goes to 11-1 and 3-0 in the GMC. Next up is a match at Middletown on Tuesday, Sept. 8th.

9/8 @ Middletown won 5-0 12-1 4-0

Mason defeated Middletown 5-0 on Tuesday, See results below:

S.Aggarwal def. Wilson 6-0, 6-1
Lebedev def. Isenburg 6-0, 6-1
D.Reid def. Tran 6-0, 6-1
Ri.Chada-Uppuganti def. Patterson-Pearson 6-1, 6-0
Datla-Zutshi def. Fletcher-McGuffey 6-1, 6-1

9/6 Fairfield won 5-0 13-1 5-0

The Comets defeated Fairfield 5-0 on Wednesday. See results below:

Uppuganti def. Nichols 6-0, 6-1
Ri.Chada def. Lane 6-0, 6-1
Datla def. Mazuk 6-2, 6-2
S.Aggarwal-Lebedev def. Johnson-Sasser 6-0, 6-1
D.Reid-Zutshi def. Probert-Bealey 6-0, 6-1

9/10 Hamilton won 5-0 14-1 6-0

Mason stays perfect in the GMC (6-0, 14-1 overall) with a 5-0 victory vs. Hamilton on Thursday. See results below:

A.Kruse def. Wilson 6-0, 6-2
Ri.Chada def. Salter 6-0, 6-1
Cosimi def. Buddo 6-0, 6-1
Ra.Chada-Tonkal def. Mejia-Salter 6-0, 6-1
D.Reid-Zutshi def. Vangala-Christen 6-0, 6-1

Next up, Mason will visit Sycamore on Tuesday, Sept. 15th.

9/15 @ Sycamore won 5-0 15-1 7-0

And the beat goes on for the Mason girls tennis team on Tuesday. The Comets earn another GMC shutout at Sycamore, 5-0. Mason goes to 15-1 overall and 7-0 in the GMC.

Next up Mason will host Oakwood, today, in a non-conference match.

9/16 Oakwood won 5-0 16-1 7-0

Mason Tennis downed visiting Oakwood on Wednesday, 5-0. See scores below:

Singles: S.Aggarwal def. McCloskey 6-4, 6-4; Tonkal def. Riggs 6-1, 6-0; Loni def. Meehan 6-0, 6-1. Doubles: Ra.Chada-A.Kruse def. Hall-Connelly 6-0, 6-2; Lebedev-D.Reid def. C.Schnell-Ritschel 6-2, 6-2.

9/17 @ Princeton won 5-0 17-1 8-0

Mason stayed undefeated in the GMC on Thursday with a 5-0 shutout of Princeton. See scores below:

Tonkal def. Bowen 6-4, 6-1
Ra.Chada def. Hinkle 6-1, 6-0
Uppuganti def. Harris 6-0, 6-1
Datla-Ri.Chada def. Monnin-Tullos 6-0, 6-2
Cosimi-Zutshi def. Hardman-Kuntz 6-1, 6-1

The Comets (17-1, 8-0) are back in action next Tuesday at home vs. Colerain.

9/18 Centerville won 4-1 18-1 8-0

Mason Tennis defeated Centerville last Friday, 4-1. See scores below:

S.Aggarwal (M) def. Owen 6-4, 6-1
Hinshaw (C) def. Tonkal 7-5, 6-7, 1-0
Loni (M) def. MacPherson 6-1, 6-4
Ra.Chada-A.Kruse (M) def. Siler-Caldwell 6-2, 6-2
Ri.Chada-Uppuganti (M) def. Aliaga-M.Alappatt 6-2, 6-1

Next up, Mason will host Colerain on Tuesday.

9/22 Colerain won 5-0 19-1 9-0

Another day another shutout for Mason tennis as the Comets defeat Colerain 5-0. See scores below:

S.Aggarwal def. Ritzi 6-0, 6-1
Datla def. Rigby 6-1, 6-1
Zutshi def. Vickers 6-1, 6-0
A.Kruse-Tonkal def. Woystek-Lazova 6-1, 6-1
Cosimi-Loni def. Hooker-Smith 6-0, 6-1

Next up for Mason is a home match vs. Seven Hills today. The Comets will defend their Coaches Classic title on Thursday and Saturday.

9/23 Seven Hills won 5-0 20-1 9-0

Mason Girls Tennis won their 20th match of the season (20-1) on Wednesday, shutting out Seven Hills 5-0. See scores below:

Ra.Chada def. Thompson 6-1, 6-3
A.Kruse def. Khaskelis 6-3, 6-0
Cosimi def. Woffington 6-1, 6-2
S.Aggarwal-Tonkal def. Tan-Sekar 6-2, 6-1
Lebedev-D.Reid def. Purushatharam-Gupta 6-1, 6-2

The Comets will defend their 2019 Coaches Class title this weekend at Mason.



Coaches Classic

@ Mason


Mason won Flight A of the Coaches Classic with 17 points on Saturday.

Individual results for the Comets

#1 Singles            Shyla Aggarwal 2nd place.

#2 Singles            Anna Tonkal – 1st place

#3 Singles            Riley Cosimi – 2nd place

#1 Doubles          Raina Chada – Annie Kruse 1st place

                              Danielle Lebedev – Danielle Reid 2nd place (playing for Mason B)

#2 Doubles          Risha Chada – Sruthi Datla 1st place

Team Results

Mason A              17 points

Saint Ursula        10 points

Mason B              9   points

Indian Hill            8   points

Eaton                   6   points

The Greater Miami Conference girls tennis championships for 2020 will decided under a slightly different playing schedule. On Wednesday, September 30th (at 8:30 AM) all preliminary singles matches will be played.  On Thursday, October 1st (at 8:30 AM) all preliminary doubles matches will be played.  On Saturday, October 3rd (at 8:30 AM) all finals matches will be contested.

The conference championships will be hosted by Mason High School and administrated by the Princeton Viking Athletic Department.  Defending GMC champions are the Mason Comets.




@ Msaon




The Mason Girls Tennis team swept their way to the programs 6th consecutive GMC Title and 8th overall at the league finals on Saturday. It was two familar rivals in the finals of every event as Mason and Sycamore squared off on the Comet home courts. Mason left no doubt they are supreme in the conference winning all three singles matches and both doubles. See details below:

#1 Singles            Aggarwal d. Frischer 6-2, 6-1

#2 Singles            Tonkal d. van den Berg 6-1, 6-1

#3 Singles            Loni d. Reardon 6-1, 6-0

#1 Doubles          Raina Chada-Kruse d. Mahesh-Millerchip 6-1, 6-0

#2 Doubles          Reid-Lebedev d. Suh-Baker 6-1, 6-4

For the fourth consecutive season a Mason tennis player earned the leagues top honor. Super Sophomore Shyla Aggarwal was named the 2020 GMC Player of the Year. Every Mason player above also received 1st Team All GMC honors.

The Sectional tennis tourney is Wednesday this week back at Mason.

Mason will continue its journey towards another state team title when they visit Ursuline on Thursday for the Southwest District OTCA Semi-Finals.


OTCA Semi-Final

at Ursuline

won 4-1 21-1 9-0

Mason defeated Ursuline Academy 4-1 on Thursday in the OTCA State Team Championship Semi-Finals. See scores below:

S.Aggarwal (M) def. Dhaliwal 6-1, 6-2
B.Estes (U) def. Tonkal 5-7, 7-5, 1-0
Loni (M) def. Zappin 6-1, 6-1
Ra.Chada-A.Kruse (M) def. Lynch-Kronenberger 6-4, 6-4
Uppuganti-Ri.Chada (M) def. Robertson-Johnson 6-0, 6-2



The Comtes ard completing the semi-finals and finals of Sectional play on their home courts this weekend. Qualifications from the Sectional to the District Tournament will be four (4) singles and four (4) doubles.

The District Girls Tennis Championships will be held at the ATP in Mason on Thursday 10/15 and Saturday 10/17 back at ATP. Qualifiers in Division I to State meet will be four (4) singles and four (4) doubles.

The OHSAA State Championshps are Oct. 10/23-10/24 at ATP.



@ Mason


Mason completed Sectional Tourney competition on Satruday.See results below:


Shyla Aggarwal took first place defeating teammate, Anna Tonkal in the final 6-2, 6-3.

Rashi Loni took third place by defeating Bowen of Princeton 2-6, 6-1, 6-1.


Annie Kruse and Raina Chada took first place defeating teammates, Harshita Uppuganti and Risha Chada 6-1, 6-1 in the final.

The Comets advance all of their players to the Districts which will be held this upcoming Thursday at the Lindner Tennis Center in Mason.

Mason will play St. Ursula in the SW District Fina on Tuesday, Oct. 13th.. The winner of that match advances to the State Team Final Four at Reynolds where Mason is the 3X defending state champions

The District Girls Tennis Championships will be held at the ATP in Mason on Thursday 10/15 and Saturday 10/17 back at ATP. Qualifiers in Division I to State meet will be four (4) singles and four (4) doubles.

The OHSAA State Championshps are Oct. 10/23-10/24 at ATP.


OTCA SW District Final

vs. St. Ursula

won 4-1    

Mason Tennis Back To State!

Mason Girls Tennis punched their ticket to the OTCA State Team Final Four with a decisive a 4-1 victory over St. Ursula on Tuesday in the Regional Final at Mason. The Comets are the three-time defending State Champion and will seek to add an unprecedented fourth title on Sunday, Oct. 25th at Reynoldsburg High School.

Scores from yesterday:

S.Aggarwal (M) def. Pendergast 7-6, 6-4
Jennewein (S) def. Tonkal 6-1, 5-7, 7-6
Loni (M) def. Davin 6-1, 6-4
Ra.Chada-Uppuganti (M) def. Sprong-Scott 6-0, 6-1
A.Kruse-Ri.Chada (M) def. Schuermann-Howe 6-2, 6-0

The OHSAA Division 1 Girls District Tennis Championships will be held at the Linder Family Tennis Facilities on Thursday and Saturday this week. Qualifiers in Division I to State meet will be four (4) singles and four (4) doubles.

The OHSAA Individual State Championships are slated for Friday and Saturday, Oct. 23-24 at the Linder Family Tennis Center in Mason (ATP).





Mason Tennis Players Earn State Berths

Mason tennis will send a singles and doubles team to the OHSAA State Championships this comming weekend. The doubles team of Annie Kruse and Raina Chada earned first place at the District Championships this past Saturday at the Lindner Family Tennis Center.

Seniors Kruse and Chada finished third last year at state and are 3X qualifers. The pair finished 4th at state in 2018.

Sophomore Shyla Aggarwal finished as district runner-up and punched her to ticket to state as well. Aggarwal qualified to state last year as a freshman doubles player.

Congratulations to each of these athletes and GOOD LUCK AT STATE!

The OHSAA Individual State Championships are slated for Friday and Saturday, Oct. 23-24 at the Linder Family Tennis Center in Mason (ATP).

Mason Girls Tennis punched their ticket to the OTCA State Team Final Four on Sunday, Oct. 25th at Reynoldsburg High School. The Comets are the three-time defending State Champion and will seek to add an unprecedented fourth title.


OHSAA State Individual Championships

Linder Family tennis Center


Mason super sophomore Shyla Aggarwal finished as State Runner-up at this past weekends OHSAA Individual State Championships. Aggarwal advamced to meet senior Elizabeh Pendergast from St. Ursula in Saturday's singles final at the Linder Family Tennis Center. Shylas was also eliminated after the first round last year but as a member of a doubles team. Now as a singles competitor, Aggarwal advanced to the state finals just one year after watching her sister, Ananya, do the same.

In the finals, Pendergast and Aggarwal met for the fourth time in 2020. Pendergast took the first set 6-4, but Aggarwal took the second 6-2, the first dropped set for Pendergast in the state tournament. Pendergast took the rubber match, and the state championship, 7-5.

Mason's Annie Kruse and Raina Chada advanced to the second round of the doubles tournament but were eliminated by the eventual state runner-up duo.




@ Reynoldsburg HS


Mason Girls Tennis Wins Fourth Straight State Title

Mason Girls Tennis is the 2020 OTCA State Tennis Champions! The Comets traveled to Reynoldsburg, Ohio on Sunday and captured their programs 4th consecutive state team titile. The Comets are the first girls team to win multiple consecutive titles since Upper Arlingtion won 6 straight from 1998-2003.

Mason and Upper Arlington hooked up in the final with the Comets getting the 3-2 win. Mason had defeated Manificat HS 3-0 in the state semi-finals earler in the day.

Winning for the Comets was sophomore Shyla Aggarwal in first singles against UA's Ella Hazelbaker 6-3, 6-0 just a day after falling in the OHSAA Division I individual tournament final.

Mason Junior Rashi Loni took third singles, 6-2, 6-3.

Sophomore Risha Chada and junior Anna Tonkel won second doubles 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 to earn the Mason team victory.

Mason Sophomore Harshita Uppuganti lost a tough 2nd singles match, and the double team of Raina Chada and Annie Kruse also fell in first doubles.

Other Mason team members are senior Riley Cosimi, junior Shruthi Datla, junior Danielle Lebedey, junior Danielle Reid and sophomore Riya Zutshi.




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Girls Volleyball





Game Highlights

@ St. Ursula

lost 24-26, 25-19, 19-25, 25-21, 15-11 0-1  

The Mason Girls Volleyball team opened their season Tuesday night with very close loss to GCL powerhouse St. Ursula. Final score in five games was 24-26, 25-19, 19-25, 25-21, 15-11.

Next up Mason will visit another tough GCL opponent when they visit Ursuline Academy on Thursday.

8/27 @ Ursuline Academy lost 25-18, 25-19, 25-18   0-2  

Mason Volleyball traveled to Ursuline Academy on Thursday to take on the annual top ranked powerhouse. The Comets fell in three sets:25-18, 25-19, 25-18 .

Next up Mason begins league play with an away match at Fairfield on Thursday, Sept. 3rd.

9/3 @ Fairfield won 25-14, 25-21, 25-8 1-2 1-0

Mason Girls Volleyball took down Fairfield in straight sets, 25-14, 25-21, 25-8, on Thursday, to earn their first GMC win of the young season.

Next up, the Comets host Oak Hills on Thursday, Sept. 10th.
9/9 Anderson won 16-25, 25-13, 25-13, 25-15 2-2 1-0 Mason defeated Anderson at home on Tuesday by scores of 16-25, 25-13, 25-13, 25-15. No other details available.
9/10 Oak Hills won 25-14, 25-16, 25-16 3-2 2-0

The Comet Volleyball team knocked off Oak Hills in three on Thursday by scores of 25-14, 25-16, 25-16.

Next up Mason (3-2, 2-0 GMC) will host Lakota West on Tuesday, Sept. 15th.

9/15 Lakota West won 25-22, 25-19, 25-22 4-2 3-0

Mason Volleyball stays perfect in the GMC defeating Lakota West Tuesday night by scores of 25-22, 25-19, 25-22.

Mason will play at Lakota East on Thursday.

9/17 @ Lakota East won 25-21, 25-18, 25-13     5-2 4-0

Mason Girls Volleyball swept Lakota East on Thursday, 25-21, 25-18, 25-13    to stay unbeaten in league play.

Next up for Mason is the Columbus Power Tournament the coming weekend.

9/19 Bellbrook won 25-7, 25-11, 25-7 6-2 4-0

Mason Volleyball sent their record t o6-2 overall with a 3-game sweep vs. Bellbrook on Saturday. Scores: 25-7, 25-11, 25-7. Annie Lockett had 12 kills in the win.

Next, Mason will host Hamilton on Tuesday,

9/22 Hamilton won 25-3, 25-11, 25-7 7-2 5-0

Mason Volleball remains unbeaten in the GMC with a 25-3, 25-11, 25-7 win over Hamilton on Tuesday.

Next up, Mason will visit Sycamore on Thursday for a big GMC matchup.

9/24 @ Sycamore won 25-12, 25-8, 25-17       8-2 6-0

Mason Volleyball took another step towards a league title on Thursday, defeating GMC foe Sycamore in straight games,25-12, 25-8, 25-17  .

Next up Mason girls host McAuley on Monday, Sept. 28th.     

9/28 McAuley lost 25-20, 25-17, 25-22 8-3 6-0

Mason VB lost a hard fought match to McAuley last night by scores of 25-20, 25-17, 25-22.

Marilyn Popplewell led the Comets with 9 kills. Darby Brooklyne had 8 kills and 26 assists.

Next up for Mason (8-3, 6-0) is an away match at Princeton on Thursday.

9/30 @ Lebanon lost 13-25, 25-13, 25-19, 26-24 8-4 6-0

Mason fell at Lebanon on Wednesday by scores of 13-25, 25-13, 25-19, 26-24. No other details available. The Comets game vs. Princeton on Thursday was postponed.

Next up, Mason (8-4, 6-0) will host Roger Bacon on Monday.

10/5 Roger Bacon won 25-22, 25-22, 25-15 9-4 6-0 Mason Girls VB defeated Roger Bacon on Monday by scores of 25-22, 25-22, 25-15.
  Princeton         Vikings Forfeit
10/6 @ Middletown won 25-5, 25-6, 25-13 10-4 7-0

Mason defeated Middletown on Tuesday on the road. Final scores were: 25-5, 25-6, 25-13.

The Mason VB team is bearing down on the final days of the regular season. They lead the GMC by one game over Lakota West (7-1). Mason is seeking its 5th sraight GMC title and 7th overall. The Comets are 10-4 on the season and 7-0 in the GMC.

Mason will host Colerain on Thursday. The postponed match vs. Princeton has not been rescheduled.

10/8 Colerain won 25-19, 25-14, 25-17   11-4 9-0


The Mason Girls Volleyball team secured an unprecendented 5th consecutive GMC Title on Thursday night with a sweep of Colerain. Final scores were25-19, 25-14, 25-17.

With Princeton's forfeiture, The Comets finish the GMC with another perfect 9-0 league record.  Mason has gone undefeated in the conference 5 consecutive seasons (36-0) and has not lost a league game since way back in 2015. The Comets have won or shared the GMC title 7 times in the past 8 years and won move conference championships than any other school in the modern 10-team GMC format. Oak Hills and Lakota West are 2nd all-time, winning or sharing a total of 6 league titles.

Mason (11-4 overall) will host the cities 2nd ranked girls volleyball team, Mt. Notre Dame, on Tuesday, Oct. 13th and then visit #1 ranked Seton on Thursday, Oct. 15th. The Comets are currently ranked #7 in the polls.

10/13 Mt. Notre Dame lostq 25-19, 25-17, 25-15 11-5 9-0

Mason Girsl VB fell in straight sets, 25-19, 25-17, 25-15, to always tough Mt. Notre Dame at home on Tuesday.

Next up for Mason (11-5) is a match at #1 ranked Seton on Thursday. The Comets will conclude their

10/15 @ Seton lost 25-14, 25-20, 25-9 11-6 9-0

The Mason Girls Volleyball rugged schedule continued on Thursday. The Comets visited the city's #1 ranked team, Seton, and fell in straight sets: 25-14, 25-20, 25-9.

Mason (11-6) will conclude their regular season with a home match vs. Turpin on Saturday.



10/17 Turpin lost 25-15, 25-13, 25-18 12-7 9-0

Mason Volleyball concluded their 2020 regular season at home vs. Turpin this past Saturday. The Comets fell in three by scores of 25-15, 25-13, 25-18. The Comets finish with an overall record of 12-7 and 9-0 (GMC Champs).

Mason VB is the #7 seed in the upcoming Sectional. They have a 1st round bye and will play Milford at Lakota West on Saturday, Oct. 24th at 3:00 pm. The winner advancds to the Sectional Final vs. either St. Ursula or Colerain on Tuesday, Oct. 27th, 6:00 pm at Lakota West.



vs. Milford

@ West 3:00 PM

lost 25-19, 21-25, 26-24, 25-19   12-8 9-0

Mason Girls Volleyball season came to a disappointing conclusion in Saturday's 1st round match of the Sectional. The Comets fell to Milford in four games, 25-19, 21-25, 26-24, 25-19.

The loss ended the career of Mason head coah Tiann Myer who is moving to Georgia. She will be sadly missed, but greatly appreciated for all her outstanding contributions to Mason Girls Volleyball. Below are some of her coaching highlights at Mason:

  • Overall Career Record 355 wins-128 losses
  • Mason Record:  268 wins 90 losses (since 2006)
  • 7 GMC Titles (5-straight 2016-2020)
  • GMC Coach of the Year 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2013,
  • Ohio Valley Coaches Officials Association 2016 “Most Representative Coach of Outstanding”
  • District Champion 2009, 2014, 2017
  • Regional Runner-up 2009

"Extremely appreciative to have had the opportunity to compete this season," saod Coach Myers via her twitter feed. "There were definitely challenges, hurdles and uncertainties to the very end, but we can’t say enough about our supportive families and the incredible athletes/people that represent our program."

Our best to Coach Myer and her family. Thank you for all the memories and all you have accomplished for our Mason athletes!







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Information provided by the Mason Sports Information Director, Dan Hilen