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last updated April 26, 2023


Date Opponent W/L Score Overall
Game Highlights
3/25 Strongsville won 13-3 1-0  

The 2023 varsity baseball schedule opened on Saturday, 3/25 as the Comets faced off against the Strongsville Mustangs, in what turned out to be a windy, but sunny day on the baseball diamond @ Kremcheck Stadium. Mason scored early and often as they routed the Mustangs with a 13-3 run rule victory in 6 innings. 

Bryce Brannon (junior) toed the rubber on Saturday afternoon for the Comets and kept the Mustang offense at bay for the majority of the game, in which he allowed one run on two hits and struck out 6 batters in only 4 innings of work.  Brannon notched his first career varsity win (1-0).  Ben Hanley (freshman) and Andrew Visconti (sophomore) got their first career appearances as they closed out the remaining two innings.  

The Comets offense jumped into gear as they plated 4 runs in the first two innings to get the wheels rolling.  The fourth inning is when the Comets did their damage, as they blew the game open and scratched across 6 runs.  Mason finished the 5th and 6th innings by plating another 3 runs and ending the game after 6 innings by run rule.  The offense was led in large part by Sean Krueckeberg (senior) who was responsible for 3 RBI on 2 singles, Drew Cox (senior) with a triple and 2 RBI, Jake Hanley (junior) had 2 RBI on 3 singles, and Mark Rutherford (junior) who racked up 2 RBI on a double to the Left Center gap.  Nick Stroud (senior) also had a double down the left field line and Michael Murphy (senior) and Alex Koelling (junior) round out the stat sheet with 1 RBI each. SEE INDIVIDUAL STATS BELOW...

Stat Sheet

Bryce Brannon – 1-0 – First Varsity Win – 4 IP – 6 K’s

Sean Krueckeberg – 2-3, 3 RBI

Drew Cox – 2-3, 3B, 2 RBI, 2R

Mark Rutherford – 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI, R

Nick Stroud – 1-3, 2B, HBP, R

Jake Hanley – 3-4, 2 RBI, 2 R

3/27 East won 10-0 2-0 1-0

The Mason Comets hosted the Lakota East Thunderhawks March 27th on a breezy Monday afternoon to kick off GMC Conference play.  What started as a pitchers duel quickly turned into a one-sided offensive explosion, as the Comets defeated the Thunderhawks 10-0 en route to a 5 inning run rule.

Jake Hanley (JR) got the start for Mason, dealing a one hit shutout through four innings, striking out 7 batters and picked up his first career varsity win as a Comet.  Quinten Kaylor (SR) made a one inning appearance and promptly got a smoothly-turned 5-4-3 double play from a sliding Mark Rutherford to thwart any comeback attempt from the Thunderhawks.

The Comets offense came alive in the bottom of the third inning, started by centerfielder Casey Doner (JR).  Followed by two singles by Drew Cox (SR) and Jake Hanley.  With the bases loaded, Michael Murphy (SR) got the Comets on the board with a single up the middle, which scored both Doner and Cox.  Anthony Sulek (JR) struck for a two-out single that scored Jake Hanley.  The Comets executed a perfect 1st and 3rd to score the fourth run of the inning.

After a quick 1-2-3 from Jake Hanley, Mason’s offense doubled their runs thanks in large part to a 3 run, opposite field Homerun from Michael Murphy.  Adding an additional two runs in the bottom of the 5th inning sealed the run-rule for Mason, as the Comets extended their record to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in the G.M.C.

3/29 @ East won 10-0 3-0 2-0

The Mason Comets traveled to Lakota East High School on Wednesday afternoon for Game 2 against the Thunderhawks.  Much like game one between the GMC rivals, the pitchers were matched in a duel, that led to two quick and scoreless innings.  Mason started the scoring with a run in each of the 3rd and 4th innings and ended the game with a monstrous 8 run 5th inning, as the Comets defeated the Thunderhawks 10-0 en route to a 5-inning run rule. 

Michael Bilo (JR) got the start for the Comets, going 3 2/3 innings and picking up the victory.  Sean Krueckeberg (SR) relieved Bilo in the bottom of the 3rd inning, with the game still close, to record his first save of the season.

Anthony Sulek (JR) got the scoring started with a single to LF to score Sean Krueckeberg and the Comets never looked back from there, as Michael Murphy (SR) added to the scoreboard with an RBI single to Left Center to score Nick Stroud.  Sulek began the big 5th inning with a lead off triple that sparked the Comets’ offense.  Mark Rutherford (JR) followed with a double to center, Nick Stroud (SR) singled in a run, Drew Cox (SR) singled in a run, Jake Hanley (JR) tripled in another run and the Comets continued to swing the sticks to add 3 more runs. 

Sean Krueckeberg took the mound in the bottom of the 5th and slammed the door to seal the 10-0 victory for the Comets.  Mason moves to 3-0 on the season and 2-0 in the Greater Miami Conference.  

The Comets will travel to Hamilton on Friday to take on the Big Blue in game 1 of the series.

WP: Michael Bilo – 3.67 IP – 1 K – 4 H

SV: Sean Krueckeberg – 1.33 IP – 2K – 0 H

J. Hanley: 1/3, BB, 2B, 3 RBI, R

A. Sulek: 2/3, 3B, 2 RBI, R

M. Rutherford: 1/2, 2B, HBP, RBI, R

S. Krueckeberg: 1/3, 2B, RBI, 2 R

N. Stroud: 2/2, 1 R

3/31 Hamilton (rain out)          
4/1 St. Ignatius lost 16-5 3-1 2-0

Poor weather led to the cancelation of the Mason vs Hamilton matchup on Friday.  The poor weather also happened to carry over to Saturday’s match-up between the Mason Comets and the St. Ignatius Wildcats out of Cleveland.  With wind gusts reaching 30+ mph, offense and runs were at a premium early on for both teams, but the Wildcats outscored the Comets 16-5 en route to a 5-inning run rule.

After trailing 1-0 after the top of the 1st, the Comets got their offense rolling as Drew Cox (SR) lead off with a Homerun to RC.  The Wildcats would struggle with the leather, fielding 3 errors and allowing the Comets to take a 4-1 lead after one inning.

The Wildcats would take over the game from this point forward, scoring 4 runs in the 2nd, 7 runs in the 3rd and 4 more runs in the 4th.  The only remaining bright spot for the Comets offense came off the bat of Michael Murphy who tagged a no-doubt Homerun over the RC field fence. 

The 5th would be a scoreless inning as the Wildcats shut the door on the Comets and leave town with a 16-5 run rule victory over Mason.  The Comets will look to shake off this early season loss as they travel to Hamilton on Monday for a GMC Matchup in game one of the series. 


Next up, Mason (3-1, 2-0) will visit Hamilton TODAY, Monday, April 3rd. The Comets will return the favor and host Big Blue on Tuesday.

4/3 @ Hamilton won 15-0 4-1 3-0

The Mason Comets traveled to Hamilton High School on Monday to open up Game 1 of the GMC Series against the Big Blue.   Mason tallied the runs on the scoreboard early as the Comets routed the Hamilton Big Blue 15-0 in 5 innings.

The Comet offense caught fire early scoring 4 runs in the top of the first inning.  Michael Murphy hit a towering 2-run bomb to Left Field to kick the door open for the Comets.  Sean Krueckeberg and Alex Koelling both reached base to set up a Nick Stroud 2 RBI single.  The Comets continued the add on in the top of the 2nd inning with 9 more runs.  Drew Cox, Jake Hanley, Michael Murphy, Sean Krueckeberg and Alex Koelling led off the top of the 2nd with 5 consecutive singles.  Anthony Sulek would shoot a Sacrifice Fly to Left Center Field that added another run.  Stroud, Casey Doner and Drew Cox would load up the bases for a Jake Hanley single that continued to pile up the runs for the Comets. With all the action in the first two innings, the story of the day came from Michael Murphy.  Murphy who hit a first inning Homerun, a second inning single, and a second inning triple, finished the game off with a 4th inning double, which completed the Cycle.  

Jake Hanley got the start for the Comets today, going 2 innings.  Hanley recorded 3 strikeouts without giving up a hit.  Quinten Kaylor, Austin Witterstaetter and Caden Campbell would each throw a scoreless inning to close out the game and seal a 15-0 victory for the Comets in 5 innings.  

4/4 Hamilton (make up) won 13-2 5-1 4-0

Another game, another 1st inning offensive explosion for the Mason Comets, as they played host to the Hamilton Big Blue for the final game of the series between the GMC teams.   Mason’s offensive relentlessness continued in Tuesday night’s matchup as the Comets route the Big Blue in a 12-2, 5-inning run rule.

Michael Bilo got the start for the Comets.  Bilo pitched a complete game, striking out 5 batters and improving his record to 2-0 on the season. 

The Comets got on the scoreboard quickly on Tuesday, with 5 runs scored.  The lineup remained disciplined at the plate tallying 5 walks, added with a Sacrifice Fly from Nick Stroud, Mason scored 5 early runs.  Drew Cox and Jake Hanley both had RBI Triples to extend the lead.  Mason would go on to defeat Hamilton 12 – 2.  The Comet offense continues to fire on all cylinders as their schedule continues with the Fairfield Indians. 

Mason will travel to Fairfield on Wednesday to take on the Indians for game 1 of the series between the two GMC schools.  The first pitch is scheduled for 5 pm.  Inclement weather is expected late Wednesday afternoon, so be sure to check Mason Baseball’s Twitter page (@MasonHSBaseball) for the most up to date scheduling information.

WP: Michael Bilo – 2-0 – Complete Game – 5 K

Drew Cox: 2/3 – 2B, 3B, 5, RBI, 2 R

Jake Hanley: 2/3 – 3B, RBI, 2 R

Seah Krueckeberg: 2-2 – RBI

Mark Rutherfrod: 3 BB, RBI

Next up, Mason 5-1, 4-1) will visit Fairfield TODAY, Wednesday, 4/5.

4/5 @ Fairfield        


Wednesday's baseball game at Fairfield was rained out and will be make up on Saturday, 4/8, 12:00 at Joe Nuxhall field.

The Comets (5-1, 4-0) will host Fairfield today.

4/6 Fairfield won 6-1 6-1 5-0

Greater Miami Conference play continued Thursday as the Mason Comets hosted the Fairfield Indians for the right to 1st place in the GMC standings.  A pitchers’ duel turned into the Comets slowly taking over the game and finishing with a 6-1 victory over the Indians.

Jake Hanley toed the rubber for the Comets, dealing 4 shutout innings, striking out 5 hitters and notching his 3rdwin of the season.  Sean Krueckeberg and Quinten Kaylor both made appearances on the mound and closed the door on the Indians offense.

The Comet offense got started early with a leadoff double from Drew Cox, who would later score on a Jake Hanley groundout.  The offense would pick back up in the bottom of the 3rd inning, scoring three runs with two outs thanks to 3 consecutive hits from Michael Murphy, Sean Krueckeberg and Alex Koelling.  Anthony Sulek got a little help from the Fairfield defense as an error allowed Koelling to come around and score.  One run would be added in the fourth inning, and another in the fifth inning to round out the Comet offense with 6 total runs.

Mason will travel to Fairfield on Saturday for game 2 of the series.  First pitch is scheduled for 12:00 pm.

WP: J. Hanley – 3-0 – 4 IP – 5 K

D. Cox: 1/2 - 2B, 2 BB, R

M. Muprhy: 1/2 – 2B, RBI, R

A. Koelling: 2/3 – 2B, RBI, 2 R

S. Krueckeberg: 1/3 - RBI

4/8 @ Fairfield (makeup) won 14-4 7-1 6-0

Game 2 of the series with Fairfield was rescheduled for Saturday. Fairfield quickly jumped on the Comets early on, but the Comets continued to chip away until the flood gates opened as Mason rallied to a 14-4 victory. 

Bryce Brannon made his 3rd start of the season giving up 3 runs (1 earned) in 4 innings, striking out 5 and notching his 2nd win of the season.  Quinten Kaylor, Andrew Visconti and Noah Lenhart all made one inning appearances to close out the game.

After Fairfield’s 3 run bottom of the 1st inning, the Comet offense had some work to do.  Mason struck for one run in the top of the third after Nick Stroud came around to score on a Wild Pitch.  But that was not all for Mason as the Comets put up 6 runs in the top of the fourth with big hits from Jake Hanley and Michael Murphy.  After an Alex Koelling’s run in the top of the fifth, the Comets would add another 6 runs in the top of the seventh as Murphy, Koelling and Sulek each record 2 RBI’s in the inning.


Mason Comets – 7-1 Overall (6-0 GMC)

WP: B. Brannon – 2-1 – 4 IP – 5 K

M. Murphy: 1/5 – 2B, 4 RBI, R

A. Koelling: 3/4 – 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R

C. Raymond: 1/1 – 2B, 2 RBI

J. Hanley: 2/5 – 2 RBI, R

D. Cox / N. Stroud / C. Doner – RBI each

Mason will continue to look for success in the GMC as they host Lakota West on Monday, 4/10.  First pitch is scheduled for 5:00 pm.

4/10 West lost 2-0 7-2 6-1

The Lakota West Firebirds traveled to Mason on Monday to open game 1 of the series between the two GMC teams.  A pitching duel resulted in a total of 4 hits between the two teams as Lakota West comes out on top 2-0 over the Comets.

Michael Bilo took the mound for the start, giving up just three hits, one of which was a two-run homerun.  Sean Krueckeberg and Michael Murphy came in to pitch a hitless rest of the game.

The Comet offense struggled to get started, only recording one hit from infielder Anthony Sulek.  The Comets threatened to score in multiple innings, but the Firebirds distinguished any threat to seal the 2-0 victory.

Game 2 between the Comets (7-2, 6-1) and Firebirds will take place on Wednesday at Lakota West.  First pitch is scheduled for 5:00 pm!


4/12 @ West won 7-4 8-2 7-1

The Comets and the Firebirds squared off for game two of the GMC series on Wednesday, as Mason tried to split the season series.  The Comets jumped out to an early lead and extinguished a late push from the Firebirds as Mason slammed the door for a 7-4 victory over Lakota West.

Alex Koelling got the offense started with a lead-off triple in the top of the second inning and was promptly driven in by a one out double from Anthony Sulek to give the Comets a 1 run lead.  The offense continued to apply pressure as Jake Hanley came around to score thanks to an error from the Firebird defense.  Two more runs were added in the fourth inning as Drew Cox and Jake Hanley were driven in by a clutch, two out, off-the-wall double from Michael Murphy which extended the Comet lead to 4-0.  The offense was not finished yet, as Brad Hart scored on a pitchers balk and Sean Krueckeberg launched a RBI double deep to centerfield.  Sean would score on another two out hit from Alex Koelling.

Offense was not the only story of the day, as Jake Hanley took the mound for the start, dealing 5.1 IP, with 5 strikeouts and only one run given up.  Quinten Kaylor and Andrew Visconti both made appearances before Sean Krueckeberg came into close out the game and seal a 7-4 victory for the Mason Comets.

Mason travels to the University of Cincinnati on Friday night for the Reds Futures Showcase matchup against the Oak Hills Highlanders.  First pitch is scheduled for 7:30 pm, under the lights.


WP: J. Hanley: 3-0 – 5.1 IP – 5K

SV: S. Krueckeberg


M. Murphy: 1/3 – 2B, 2RBI

A. Koelling: 3/4 – 3B, 2B, RBI, R

S. Krueckeberg: 3/4 – 2 2B, RBI

A. Sulek: 1/4 – 2B, RBI 


Mason (8-2, 7-1) will visit Oak Hills, TODAY, at the University of Cincinnati.

4/14 @ Oak Hills at UC won 5-1 9-2 8-1

The Mason Comets and Oak Hills Highlanders traveled to the University of Cincinnati for the Reds Future Showcase on Friday night, for a game under the lights and the opening of another tough GMC matchup.  With a late start, a lightning delay and a game played late into the night, the Comets departed from UC with a 5-1 victory.

The Comets offense got fired up early as they scored 2 quick runs in the top of the 1st inning thanks to a double from Jake Hanley and an RBI double from Sean Krueckeberg.  Sean would later score as he stole home in a perfectly run offensive play.

Play would come to an hour-long halt as lightning moved through the area.  But “lightning” would strike again in the Comet 5th inning thanks to a double from Jake Hanley that would plate Brad Hart and move Drew Cox into scoring position.  Sean Krueckeberg would dig into the box and launch a tiple into deep centerfield, scoring both Drew Cox and Jake Hanley, which extended the Comet lead to 5-1.  Sean would be thrown out at home trying to stretch his triple into an in the park homerun.   

Bryce Brannon got the start under the lights for the Comets.  Brannon would only go 1 inning before the lightning delayed the game and shut Bryce down for the evening.  The Comets fought through the adversity on defense thanks in large part to Michael Murphy who pitched 3 perfect innings (9 batters faced, no hits, no walks and 5 strikeouts).  Michael Bilo would later come in and match Murphy, throwing 3 innings of no-hit baseball and close the door on the Highlander offense, who only managed 1 run on 3 hits.

Sean Krueckeberg and Jake Hanley would both be awarded with the Reds Future Showcase MVP. Mason would leave UC with a 5-1 victory and an opportunity so sweep Oak Hills on Monday.  First pitch is scheduled for 5:00 pm @ Mason.


WP: M. Murphy: 1-0 – 3 IP – 5 K – 0 H


S. Krueckeberg: 2/3 – 2B, 3B, 3 RBI

J. Hanley: 3/4 – 2 2B, 3B, RBI

M. Murphy: 1/4

B. Hart: 1/3 - R

Next up, Mason (9-2, 8-1) will host Oak Hills today, Monday, 4/17.

4/17 Oak Hills won 4-2 10-2 9-1

Monday was a cold, overcast and windy day for a ballgame, but it did not stop the Comets from improving their 1st place GMC record.  The Comets did not play their best baseball of the season but fought through the conditions and a couple of defensive errors to beat the Highlanders 4-2. 

After being relieved from the game on Friday due to an elongated lightning delay, Bryce Brannon got another opportunity to pitch against the Highlanders.  Bryce would deal 3 innings of no run baseball before being replaced by Quinten Kaylor, who pitched 2.2 innings, giving up two runs and getting a huge ground ball double play to end the Highlander threat.  Sean Krueckeberg would come in to close out the game and pick up his 3rd save of the season.

Mason’s offense was a little sluggish out of the gate but got things going in the 3rd inning and capitalized on a couple of defensive errors from the Highlanders.  Drew Stevens and Brad Hart would both reach base from an error and a bunt single.  Drew would be driven in by an RBI from Jake Hanley.  Michael Murphy was walked setting up a 1st and 3rd opportunity for Sean Krueckeberg, who delivered a line-drive missile into RF, which scored Brad Hart.  Nick Stroud would come up clutch with an RBI single up the middle to extend the Comet lead to 3-0 after three innings of play. 

Oak Hills would scratch two runs across to bring the game within one run.  The Comets would respond with one run of their own as Alex Koelling would drive in a run with a single to right center field.

The Comets never looked back after increasing their lead.  Mason leaves the ballpark with another GMC sweep and a victory over the Highlanders, 4-2.  The Comets will host the Middletown Middies on Wednesday to open up another GMC series.

Monday’s victory is of special importance, as Head Coach Curt Bly notched his 200th career victory in his 10 seasons (9 played – 2020 Covid) at the helm of the Mason Comet Baseball Program.  Curt is as dedicated to his program as any coach in the state of Ohio.  A legacy coach who prides himself, not only instructing the intricacies of the game of baseball but setting his players up for success in life.  Congratulations Coach Bly on your 200th victory! #45040


WP: B. Brannon – 3-1 – 3 IP – 4 K


N. Stroud: 2/3 – RBI

S. Krueckeberg: 1/3 – RBI

A. Koelling: 1/3 – RBI

J. Hanley: RBI

Mason (10-2, 9-1) will host Middletown TODAY, Wednesdsay, 4/19.

4/19 Middletown won 9-1 11-2 10-1

On a beautiful Wednesday afternoon, the Mason Comets played host to the Middletown Middies for the opening game of the GMC series.  Behind a strong outing on the mound, paired with two big innings from the Comet offense, Mason was able to capture a 9-1 victory over the Middies.

  Michael Murphy stood atop the mound for his first start of the season, dealing 5 IP and striking out 5 batters.  Andrew Visconti and Ben Hanley both made one inning appearances to close out the game.  Between Murphy, Visconti and Hanley, the Comets shut down the Middies offense allowing 1 run on no hits.  It is the first combined no hitter of the season for the Comets pitching staff.  

The Mason offense got started in the bottom of the second inning, with a lead off single from Mark Rutherford and a walk for Nick Stroud.  With a sacrifice bunt from Brad Hart, moving runners into scoring position, Casey Doner was able to count up one RBI with a double to Left Center field.  Jack Heimbuch would drive in Nick Stroud with a hard-hit groundball to third base.  Drew Stevens would knock in Casey Doner with a single up the middle.  The Comets would continue to mount pressure on Middletown with a double from Michael Murphy, who would later score on a Nick Stroud double to left center, to extend the lead to 4-0.  Casey Doner would come around to score a run in the 4th inning, thanks to an RBI single from Sean Krueckeberg.  Runs would continue in the 5th inning from a 2 RBI single from Brad Hart, scoring Murphy and Stroud.  Jack Heimbuch’s sacrifice fly would score Hart and Stevens’ single up the middle would score Doner.

The Mason Comets increased their record to 11-2 on the season (10-1 in the GMC).  Mason will host the Grace Christian Academy Lions (TN) on Thursday.  The first pitch is scheduled for 4:30 pm.  


WP: Michael Murphy – 2-0 – 5 IP – 5 K

Murphy, Visconti and B. Hanley combined for a NO HITTER


N. Stroud: 2/2 – 2 2B, RBI

M. Murphy: 1/3, 2B

C. Doner: 2/3, 2B, RBI

B. Hart: 1/2 – 2 RBI

J. Heimbuch: 2 RBI

D. Stevens: 2/3 2 RBI

S. Krueckeberg: 2/4 - RBI

4/20 Grace Christian won 10-0 12-2 10-1

Thursday brought 80 degrees and sunshine as the Mason Comets hosted an out-of-state opponent, Grace Christian.  A nine-run inning propelled the Comets to a 10-0, five-inning run-rule of the Lions from Tennessee. 

Jake Hanley dug into the pitching rubber this afternoon for another dominant appearance.  Hanley turned in 5 innings pitched, with 6 strikeouts and records Mason’s second consecutive no-hitter in two days.

The Comet domination did not stop at the pitcher’s performance.  Mason scored early in the first inning with a Jake Hanley double off the wall, followed by an RBI single from Michael Murphy.  After a couple quick innings, the Comets blew the game open with a nine-run fourth inning.  Sean Krueckeberg (1B), Nick Stroud (RBI 3B), Anthony Sulek (RBI 1B), and Mark Rutherford (RBI 2B) combined for 4 hard hits, extending the Comet lead to 4-0.  Casey Doner would walk, Alex Koelling would drive in two more runs with a double in the right center gap.  Hanley would dig in and send another missile down the right field line for an RBI 3B.  An RBI double from Michael Murphy would set the stage for a Sean Krueckeberg 2-run HR over the right center wall, that capped off the nine-run inning.

Hanley would go back out in the 5th inning to slam the door and secure the 10-0 victory for the Comets.  Mason will travel to Middletown on Friday to close out the season series.  First pitch is scheduled for 5:00 pm.  


Overall Record: 12-2 / GMC Record: 10-1


WP: Jake Hanley – 5-0 – 5 IP – 6 K – NO HITTER


S. Krueckeberg: 2/3 – HR, 2 RBI

J. Hanley: 2/3 – 3B, 2B, RBI

N. Stroud: 1/3 – 3B, RBI

A. Koelling: 1/3 – 2B, 2 RBI

M. Murphy: 2/3 – 2B, 2 RBI

A. Sulek & M. Rutherford – RBI each

4/21 @ Middletown        


Mason's away game at Middletown on Friday was canceled due to rain. No makeup date available yet.

Next up, Mason (12-2, 10-1) will host Princeton TODAY, Monday, 4/24/23.

4/24 Princeton won 5-1 13-2 11-1

Monday opened another week of interconference play between the first-place Mason Comets and the second-place Princeton Vikings.  The Vikings looked to come in and continue their strong play in the league but was shut down after the first inning and would later be defeated 5-1 by the hosting Comets.

Michael Murphy go the start for the Comets, going 4 innings, striking out 7, giving up one run on two hits.  In relief, Sean Krueckeberg would go 3 strong innings of no-hit baseball, striking out 4.  Murphy and Krueckeberg would shut down the Viking offense outside of a 1st inning triple that led to the only run being scored from Princeton.  Another dominating performance from the Comet pitching staff.

After being down 1-0 in the first inning, the Comets would come in and immediately put up a crooked number.  Alex Koelling reached base due to an error on the second baseman, Michael Murphy would reach due to a dropped flyball by the right fielder and Sean Krueckeberg would reach by an infield single.  Bases would be loaded for Nick Stroud, as he drove in a run with a groundball to the third baseman, who would throw it away.  Mark Rutherford would then plate another run with a missile up the middle and the Comets ended the inning with a 2-1 advantage going forward.

Murphy and Krueckeberg would continue to deal from the mound and the Mason offense continued plating runs throughout the game.  Two more runs in the 3rd inning thanks to Krueckeberg and Stroud reaching base and a couple wild pitches that would lead to Krueckeberg scoring.  Stroud would later score on a perfectly run 1st and 3rd play.  One more run would come in the 5th as Krueckeberg would come around to score on a single from Nick Stroud that was misplayed by the centerfielder.

Overall Record: 13-2 / GMC: 11-1

WP: M. Murphy – 3-0 – 4 IP – 7 K

SV: S. Krueckeberg (4)

N. Stroud: 1/2 – 1B, RBI

M. Rutherford: 1/2 – 1B, RBI

S. Krueckeberg: 2/3 – 3 R

A. Sulek & C. Doner: 1B each

4/25 @ Middletown won 1-0 14-2 12-1

Mason Baseball played a makeup game at Middletown on Tuesday night. The Comets came away with a 1-0 shutout of the Middies. Waiting on addtional details.

Next up for Mason Baseball (14-2, 12-1) is an away game at Princeton TODAY, Wed. 4/26. On Thursday night, the Comets will be in action at Prasco Park for a non-conference matchup with Kings.

4/26 @ Princeton          
4/27 Kings at Prasco          
4/28 Colerain          
5/1 @ Colerain          
5/3 @ Sycamore          
5/4 Sycamore          
5/6 @ Marlington at Olentangy Orag          
5/8 St. Xaivier          
5/10 Elder          
5/12 Centerville          
5/13 Loveland          

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Date Opponent W/L Score Overall
Game Highlights
3/25 Whitmer (rained out)          
3/25 Wayne (rained out)          

Warrior Classic

vs. Siegel Starts

won 8-4 1-0  

Mason Softball's home opener with Whitmer and Wayne HS was rained out on Saturday, March 25th. The games will be made up on Saturday, April 15th with start time of 1:00 and 3:00.

Mason's season got underway at the Warrior Classic on Monday, March 27th. In the first game, the Comets earned a 8-4 win over Siegel Stars. No details avaialble.


Warrior Classic

vs. Ardore HS

lost 10-2 0-1   In the night cap, Mason fell to Ardore HS by a score of 10-2. No details provided.

Warrior Classic

vs. Athens

lost 6-5 0-2  

On Tuesday, March 28th, Mason fell to the Athens Golden Eagles 6-5. No details available.

The Comets had rain outs on March 31st at East and a double-header at home vs. Walsh Jesuit on Saturday, April 1st.

Next up, Mason (1-2) will host Oak Hills TODAY, Monday, April 3rd and then host Fairfield on Tuesday.

3/31 @ East (rained out)          
4/1 Walsh Jesuit (rained out)          
4/1 Walsh Jesuit (rained out)          
4/3 Oak Hills lost 1-0 1-3 0-1 Mason Softball fell 1-0 to visiting Oak Hills on Monday by a 1-0 final. No other details provide.
4/4 Fairfield lost 3-2 1-4 0-2

The Comets took another tough loss at home onTuesday, falling 3-2 to Fairfield. No details provided.

Next up, Mason (1-4, 0-2) will visit the defending state champions, Lakota West TODAY, Wed., 4/5.

4/5 @ West        

Softball's away game at West on Wednesday was postponed till Thursday, 4/13.

Today's home game vs. Princeton has been postponed and will be madeup on Friday, 4/7 and 5:00 pm.

4/7 Princeton (makeup) won 11-1 2-4 1-2 Mason made up a game with Princeton on Friday defeating the Vikings 11-1. No highlights available.

6 Team Tourney

vs. Lebanon

lost 6-4 2-5 1-2 The Comets lost to Lebanon on Saturday 6-4 in a weekend tourney. No highlights available.
4/8 6 Team Tourney         Mason Softball (2-5, 1-2) will visit Colerain on Monday, 4/10 and then visit Sycamore on Tuesday, 4/11.
4/10 @ Colerain won 10-0 3-5 2-2
The Mason Comets varsity softball team traveled to Colerain Monday and came home with a 10-0 victory. Freshman, Anna Polca took the circle and threw 5 shutout innings including 5 strikeouts. It was Polca’s first career varsity win. 


The Comets’ offense got on the board in the top of the first inning when senior Sam Pennington’s RBI single scored sophomore Addie McBrayer. The Comets tacked on another run in the second inning before opening up the game with 7 runs in the top of the fourth. The big inning was highlighted by a 2 RBI double by sophomore AnnaBelle Geiser, scoring McBrayer and junior Izzy Ferreira. Geiser led the Comets’ offense on the day, going 2-3 with 2 RBIs. 


After extending the lead to 10 in the top of the fifth, the Comets closed out the victory in the bottom of the inning when Polca fielded a comebacker and threw to junior, Avery Blinn at 1st base for the final out

4/11 @ Sycamore won 10-0 4-5 3-2

The Mason Comets varsity softball team traveled to Sycamore Tuesday and came home with a 10-0 victory in five innings. Sophomore Alisha Fox took the circle and threw all 5 shutout innings including, 7 strikeouts and no walks. It was Fox’’s third win of the season.

The Comets’ offense got on the board in the top of the first inning when sophomore AnnaBelle Geiser’s RBI single scored sophomore Addie McBrayer. The Comets tacked on three runs in the third inning, and two more in the fourth, before opening up the game with 4 runs in the top of the fifth. The big inning was highlighted by singles from Geiser and Fox and a double by senior Sam Pennington. Geiser led the Comets’ offense on the day, going 4-4 with 2 RBIs.  Mason had 14 hits on the day, with sophomores Addie McBrayer and Hallie Martin and junior Jo Sander all collecting multiple hits.

After extending the lead to 10 in the top of the fifth, the Comets closed out the victory in the bottom of the inning as Fox struck out the last two Sycamore hitters. 

The victory moved Mason to 3-2 in the Greater Miami Conference and 4-5 overall. The Comets return home on Wednesday( TODAY) hosting the Hamilton Big Blue at 5pm. The Comets have makeup game at East on Thursday.

4/12 Hamilton lost 7-5 4-6 3-3

The Mason Comets varsity softball team hosted Hamilton Wednesday and fell by the score of 5-7 in 8 innings. Sophomore Alisha Fox took the circle for the start and threw 6 1/3 innings including 9 strikeouts.  She allowed 5 earned runs.  Freshman Anna Polca took the loss in relief, pitching 1 ? innings,and allowing 2 earned runs.

The Comets’ offense got on the board in the bottom of the fifth inning, as sophomore Addie McBrayer and Senior Sam Pennington scored on passed balls.  McBrayer, Pennington, and sophomore AnnaBelle Geiser reached on consecutive base hits to put pressure on the Big Blue defense. Hamilton then answered with 2 runs, to tie it in the top of the 6th inning. The Comets tacked on three runs in the bottom of the 6th inning as McBrayer had a two out bases loaded triple to score senior Ellie Offner, junior Jo Sander, and junior Avery Blinn. Hamilton answered with three runs to tie it in the top off the 7th, and added 2 more to take the lead in the top of the 8th inning. Offner and McBrayer led the Comets’ offense on the day, with both collecting three hits.  Mason totaled 11 hits through the extra inning game. Sander contributed a key defensive play during the 7th inning, fielding a single to center field and throwing out a baserunner at home plate.

4/13 @ West (makeup) won 6-1 5-6 4-3
Thursday evening saw the Mason Comets varsity softball team go on the road to take on the Lakota West Firebirds. The Comets overcame a slow start and applied pressure to the Firebirds with their offense while coupling clean team defense with strong pitching from sophomore Alisha Fox in the 6-1 victory. 
The Comets put the game’s first run on the board in the top of the 4th inning when junior Avery Blinn knocked in junior Josephine Sander with an RBI groundout. After tallying another run in the top of the 5th, the Comets pushed 3 runs across in the 6th courtesy of RBIs from sophomore Halle Martin, senior Sam Pennington, and Sander. 
The Comets capped off their scoring in the top of the 7th when Fox’s RBI double to right center scored sophomore Alea Hensley. In the circle, Fox scattered 3 hits over 7 innings while striking out 9 Firebird batters and allowed no earned runs. Several Comets came through with multiple hits on the day, with sophomores Addie McBrayer and Annabelle Geiser leading the way with 3 hits apiece. 


With the victory the Comets move to 4-3 in Greater Miami Conference play, and 5-6 overall. The Comets travel to Middletown to take on the Middies, TODAY, 4/14 at 5pm. Mason Softball will makeup a non-conference home doubleheader on Saturday against Whitmer (1:00) and Wayne (3:00).

4/14 @ Middletown won 15-2 6-6 5-3
The Mason Comets varsity softball team brought their bats on Friday, tallying 15 runs on 17 hits in their road victory over the Middletown Middies. 
      The Comets led off the game with 5 runs in the first inning. The first run of the game crossed the plate when sophomore Alisha Fox’s RBI single to left field drove in fellow sophomore Addie McBrayer. The Comets totaled 6 hits in the opening 5 run inning including a 2 RBI base hit by junior Jo Sander. 
     Meanwhile, freshman Anna Polca kept the Middies in check from the pitching circle. She allowed only two runs, both unearned, on 6 hits with 1 strikeout. 
     After scoring 5 more runs in the second inning, the Comets were held scoreless until the top of the 5th. Junior Avery Blinn led off the inning by blasting a solo home run to left field. The Comets plated 4 more runs in the inning extending their lead to 15-2. 
     Polca and the Comet defense held the Middies scoreless in the bottom of the 5th to preserve the victory. Many Comets contributed to the scoring barrage, with Sander and senior Ellie Offner leading the way, both going 3-4 at the plate with 3 RBIs apiece. In addition to her home run, Blinn added a long RBI double off of the center field fence as part of her 2-4, 2 RBI day. The victory puts the Comets at 5-3 in the Greater Miami Conference and evens their record at 6-6 overall. They will host Anthony Wayne HS and Whitmer HS in Mason on Saturday afternoon. 
4/15 Whitmer/Wayne (makeup) 1:00/3:00 spit   7-7 5-3
The Mason Comets hosted a long day of softball Saturday, splitting their double header with the Whitmer HS Panthers and Anthony Wayne HS Generals. 

      The Comets’ opening game against Whitmer HS, saw them explode for 13 runs on 10 hits. The big blow in the bottom of the 1st inning was a bases clearing 3 RBI double by junior catcher, Izzy Ferreira. Their 4 run 1st set the tone for the game as the Comets cruised to a 13-2 victory. Ferreira’s 3 RBIs led the Comets while sophomore Annabelle Geiser and junior Avery Blinn contributed 2 hits apiece. Freshman pitcher Anna Polca allowed 2 earned runs over five innings on 6 hits. 


     The final game of the day pitted the Comets against the Anthony Wayne Generals. The Generals entered the game undefeated and ranked as one of the top teams in the country, out-scoring their previous opponents by a total score of 116-2. The two teams competed fiercely in a game that went 10 innings before a victor was decided. 
     The Generals scored the first run of the game in the top of the second inning on a 1-out double into the left center field gap. The game would remain 1-0 until the 7th inning on the strength of excellent pitching by both teams and several key defensive plays. The biggest of which for the the Comets came in the top of the 4th inning when junior center fielder, Josephine Sander, made a diving catch on a sharp line drive leaving the bases loaded with no runs scoring. 
     The Comets finally struck in the bottom of the 7th inning. With runners on 1st and 3rd with 2 outs, senior Ellie Offner singled on a ground ball off the pitcher’s glove, driving in freshman pinch runner Laila Strawn. The 1-1 game would go into extra innings. 
      With the game remaining tied 1-1 through the 8th and 9th innings, the Generals took the lead for good in the top of the 10th on a 2 run HR to deep left field. The Comets could not answer in the bottom of the 10th and the game would end with a score of 3-1. 

     Sophomore pitcher Alisha Fox was strong in the circle for the Comets, pitching all 10 innings and allowing 3 runs on 9 hits with 2 strikeouts. The Comets could only muster 5 hits in the game against the Generals’ strong pitching. The biggest of which was Offner’s RBI single in the 7th which sent the game into extra innings. 


     After the split, the Comets moved to 7-7 on the season, their conference record remaining unchanged at 5-3. The Comets will return to conference play when they host the Sycamore Aviators TODAY at 5pm. 
4/17 Sycamore lost 1-0 7-8 5-4 The Mason Comets varsity softball team was shutout in a home contest against the Sycamore Aviators on Monday evening. Pitching dominated the game as both teams struggled to sustain any offense. 
     Comet freshman pitcher Anna Polca had a strong outing holding the Aviators to 1 run on 6 hits with 8 strikeouts. It wasn’t enough though, as the Comets’ offense was unable to plate any runs on the day, while totaling only 5 hits in the 1-0 loss. Junior catcher Izzy Ferreira led the Comets with 2 bunt singles on the day.     

      The loss dropped the Comets to 5-4 in the Greater Miami Conference and 7-8 overall.

Mason will be back in action TODAY, 4/19 on the road against the Fairfield Indians

4/19 @ Fairfield lost 6-4 7-9 5-5

On Wednesday, Mason fell at Fairfield 6-4. No details are available.


4/20 @ East (makeup) won 13-2 8-9 6-5

The Comets visited East on Thursday for a makeup contest and came away with a 13-2 romp over the Hawks. No details availabe.

Next up, Mason (8-9, 6-5) will host East TODAY, Friday, 4/21.

4/21 East        

Last Friday's home gamc vs. Lakota East was canceled due to weather issues. No makeup date has been set yet.

Next for Mason Softball (8-9, 6-5) is an away game at league-leading and undefeated Oak Hills, TODAY, Monday, 4/24.

4/24 @ Oak Hills lost 6-5 8-10 6-6
Monday evening, the Mason Comets varsity softball team traveled to Oak Hills for a matchup with the Greater Miami Conference leading Highlanders. The Comets jumped out to an early 4-0 lead in the first inning on the strength of 7 hits, including a 2 RBI single by senior shortstop Ellie Offner. 
 The Highlanders kept it close with 3 runs in the 4th inning and another run in the 5th, drawing to within 1 run and a score of 5-4. After a scoreless top of the 7th for the Comets, the Highlanders hit their way to 2 runs in the bottom of the inning to snatch the victory by a score of 6-5. 
The Comets were able to amass 17 hits, led by junior Avery Blinn with 3, but could only plate 5 runs despite the strong hitting performance. Sophomore pitcher Alisha Fox allowed 10 hits and struck out 3 batters in the loss. 
     The Comets fell to 6-6 in the GMC and 8-10 overall. They are in action again at home TODAY, Wednesday evening at 5pm against the Lakota West Firebirds. 
4/26 West          
4/28 @ Princeton          
5/1 Colerain          
5/3 @ Hamilton          
5/5 Middletown          

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Boys Tennis

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall
Individual Results
3/30 Colerain won 5-0 1-0 1-0

Mason Boys Tennis season began with a 5-0 win at home vs. Colerain on Thursday, March 30th. See scores below:

Brackenridge def. Burke 6-0, 6-0
Majji def. Booker 6-0, 6-0
Soundar def. Wustruck 6-0, 6-0
Tonkal-Dornhecker def. Casagrande-Ott 6-1, 6-0
Joseph-Reddy def. White-Redford 6-0, 6-0

Next up, Mason will visit Middletown TODAY, Wednesday, 4/5. The Comets play at Fairfield on Thursday, 4/6.

4/4 @ Middletown         Mason Tennis match at Middletown on Tuesday has been postponed till Wed., 4/12. Next up, Mason will visit Fairfield, TODAY, 4/6 and then play at Beavercreek on 4/7.
4/6 @ Fairfield won 5-0 2-0 2-0

Mason defeated in Fairfield on Friday in straight sets, 5-0.

Next up, Mason Tennis (2-0, 2-0) will host Oak Hills on Tuesday.


4/7 @ Beavercreek          
4/10 at Walnut Hills won 3-2 3-0 2-0

Mason Tennis defeated Walnut Hills on Monday 3-2. See scores below:

Bernadsky (M) d. Kandi 6-4 6-4
Manchineea (WH) d. Dornhecker 6-4 7-6(7-4)
TangsantiKul (WH) d. Xu 6-1 6-1
Tonkal - Breckenridge (M) d. Gilman and Murali 6-0 6-4
Buckingham and Bapat (M) d. Cotton- Riker - Ponna 6-4, 6-0


4/11 Oak Hills won 5-0 4-0 3-0

The Comets earned another 5-0 shutout on Tuesday at home versus Oak Hills. No scores available yet.

Next up, Mason (4-0, 3-0) will visit Middletown TODAY, 4/12 for a makeup contest. The Comets will host Lakota West on Thursday.

4/12 @ Middletown (makeup) won 5-0 5-0 4-0

Mason Boys Tennis remained unbeated defeating Middletown 5-0 on Wednesday. See scores below:

Singles: Lang def. Johnson 6-1, 6-1; Bapat def. Miller 6-1, 6-1; Majji def. White 6-0, 6-0. Doubles: Lang-Panyala def. Default-Default ; Bapat-Vaz def. Default-Default .


4/13 West won 5-0 6-0 5-0

The Comets swept Lakota West on Thursday 5-0. Waiting on scores.

Next up, Mason (6-0, 5-0) will host Centerville TODAY, 4/14. On Saturday, the Comets host St. Xavier (KY).

4/14 Centerville won 5-0 7-0 5-0

Mason Boys Tennis defeated Centerville on Friday 5-0. No scores available.

4/15 Lousiville St. Xaiver won 3-2 9-0 5-0

The Comets defeate visiting Louisville St. Xavier on Saturday 3-2 to keep their record perfect this spring. See scores below:

Lewis (S) def. Brackenridge 6-4, 6-1
Dornhecker (M) def. Shah 7-6, 6-1
Bapat (M) def. Bowman 6-2, 6-2
Buckingham-Xu (M) def. W.Bush-Riley 3-6, 6-3, 1-0
Wagner-Wagoner (S) def. Lang-Panyala 3-6, 6-2, 1-0

Mason Boys Tennis (9-0, 5-0) will host Springboro TODAY, weather permitting. On Tuesday, the Comets are at Lakota East.


4/17 Springboro         CANCELED
4/18 @ East won 5-0 10-0 6-0

Mason Boys Tennis stayed unbeated on Tuesday with a 5-0 shutout of Lakota East. See the scores below:

Bernadsky def. A.Vass 6-1, 6-3
Dornhecker def. C.Frazier 6-1, 6-4
Bapat def. E.Vass 6-7, 6-4, 1-0
Buckingham-Xu def. Mosley-Everding 6-3, 6-0
Brackenridge-Vaz def. Schrad-Bierman 6-0, 6-1

Next up, Mason (10-0, 6-0) will visit Indian Hill, TODAY, Wednesday, 4/19. On Thursday the Comets host Hamilton.

4/19 @ Indian Hill won 3-2 11-0 6-0

Mason Tennis defeated Indian Hill on Wednesday, 3-2. See scores below:

Singles: Bernadsky (M) def. Poffenberger 6-4, 6-0; Tonkal (M) def. Camp 6-3, 6-3; Brackenridge (M) def. Hansen 6-1, 6-2. Doubles: Ryu-Berghausen (I) def. Buckingham-Xu 3-6, 6-3, 1-0; Gandhi-Abeysinghe (I) def. Dornhecker-Panyala 7-6, 6-3. 

4/20 Hamilton won 5-0 12-0 7-0

Mason Tennis stayed defeated Hamilton on Thursday, 5-0. See scores below:

Singles: Brackenridge def. Bauer 6-0, 6-1; Panyala def. Stafford 6-0, 6-0; Majji def. C.Thomas 6-0, 6-0. Doubles: Lang-Vaz def. Christen-Coomer 6-1, 6-0; Buckingham-Buckingham def. Forfeit-Forfeit .

4/20 Seven Hills lost 5-0 12-1 7-0

The Comet Tennis team took their first loss on Thursday, 5-0 from Seven Hills HS. See scores below:

Singles: Cozens def. Bernadsky 6-3, 6-4; Mahajan def. Tonkal 6-4, 6-4; Nayak def. Dornhecker 4-6, 7-6, 6-0. Doubles: Blatt-Corbett def. Xu-Buckingham 1-6, 6-1, 6-4; Isakov-Huguenin def. Brackenridge-Bapat 4-6, 6-2, 7-6.
Order of Finish: 1-2-5-4-3

Next up, Mason Tennis (12-1, 7-0) will host Tippecanoe for a State Team match TODAY, Friday, 4/21.

4/21 Tippecanoe (State Team Match)          
4/24 Olentangy Orange won 3-2 13-1 7-0

Mason defeated Pepper Pike Orange on Saturday. See scores below:

Singles: Pomeranets (O) def. Bernadsky 6-2, 7-5; C.Nwaozuzu (O) def. Tonkal 6-2, 4-6, 6-1; Brackenridge (M) def. Bloom 6-2, 6-2. Doubles: Buckingham-Xu (M) def. Mehra-Kalir 7-5, 2-6, 6-2; Dornhecker-Lang (M) def. Suh-Guiler 6-0, 7-6.

Next up, Mason (13-1, 7-0) will host Indian Hill on Wednesday, 4/26.

Friday's State Team Match with Tippecanoe has been rescheduoled for this Thursday, 4/27 at Mason. The Comets will also play at Princeton that same day.

4/24 Walnut Hills won 3-2 14-1 7-0

Mason Tennis (14-1, 7-0) defeated Walnut Hills on Monday, 3-2. See the scores below:

Singles: Bernadsky (M) def. Kandi 6-3, 6-1; Brackenridge (M) def. Ponna 6-1, 6-1; CottonRiker (W) def. Rajagopalan 6-4, 6-1. Doubles: Buckingham-Xu (M) def. Manchinella-Tangsitukal 7-6, 6-2; Tonkal-Hendy (M) retired vs. Gilman-Murali 6-4, 3-6, 1-2

Next up, Mason will host Indian Hills TODAY, Wed. 4/26. On Thursday, the Comets will host Tippecanoe for a makeup State Team Tourney match.

4/26 Indian Hills          
4/27 TIPPECANOE (makeup)          
4/27 @ Princeton          
4/28 @ Sycamore          
4/29 Coaches Classic          
5/3 @ Springboro          
5/6-5/8 GMC @ Mason          
5/9-5/13 Sectional          
5/18-5/20 District          


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Boys Volleyball

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Record GMC Record

Game Highlights / Notes

3/15 Roger Bacon lost

25-14, 25-22, 25-21

0-1 0-0 The Comet Boys Volleyball team opened their season on Wednesday 3/15 at home vs. Roger Bacon. Mason fell by scores of 25-14, 25-22, 25-21. No other details.
3/18 Tri-meet CJ/Milford split   1-2 0-0

Mason Boys volleyball hosteds a tri-meet on Saturday, 3/18. The Comets defeated Chaminade 25-23, 24-26 and 25-17 for their first win of the season. In the second match, Mason fell to Milford 25-20, 25-18.

Next up for Mason (1-2) is an away match at Badin, TODAY, Monday, 3/20.

3/20 @ Badin lost 25-14, 25-13, 25-14 1-3 0-0 Mason Boys Volleyball fell at Badin on Monday by scores of 25-14, 25-13, 25-14. No other details provided.
3/21 @ Edgewood lost 20-25,33-31,21-25,18-25 1-4 0-0

Mason fell at Edgewood on Tuesday night, March 21st by scores of: 20-25,33-31,21-25,18-25. No other details available.


3/23 @ Middletown won 22-25, 25-22, 25-17, 23-25, 15-13 2-4 1-0

The Comet Boys Volleyball team earned their first GMC win of the season on Thursday, 3/23 at Middletown. Scores: 22-25, 25-22, 25-17, 23-25, 15-13. No other details available.

Next up, Mason (2-4, 1-0) will host Lakota West on Tuesday, April 4th.

4/4 West lost 25-14, 25-20, 25-15 2-5 1-1

Mason lost in straight sets yesterday at Lakota West, 25-14, 25-20, 25-15. No other details provided.

Next up, Mason (2-5, 1-1) will host Dayton Carroll, TODAY, Wednesday, 4/5. They will host Princeton on Thursday.

4/5 Carroll lost 25-21, 25-18, 25-14 2-6 1-1

Mason Volleyball fell to Carroll on Wednesday, 25-21, 25-18, 25-14.

The Comets were led by Junior Tyler Ahlers with 7 kills and 3 aces.
Strong defense from senior Layne Walter and junior Brady Smith. 

Next up, Mason (2-6) will host Princeton TONIGHT, 4/6.

4/6 Princeton        


Mason Volleyball's match at home vs. Princeton on Thursday, 4/6 was postponed till April 27th.

Next up, the Comets visit Fairfield on Tuesday.

4/11 @ Fairfield lost 25-20, 25-22, 28-26 2-7 1-2

Mason Boys VB took a 25-20, 25-22, 28-26 loss at Fairfield on Tuesday night. No other details were provided;

Next up, Mason will host Sycamore on Thursday.

4/13 Sycamore lost 25-22, 25-19,17-25,25-19 2-8 1-3

Last Thursday, 4/13, Mason lost to league leading Sycamore 25-22, 25-19,17-25,25-19

There was strong middle play from senior Ben Golan with 5-kills , 2aces and 5 blocks,. Sophomore Connor Lape also at middle had 8 kills and 2 blocks . It was an unbelievable defensive game from senior Layne Walter with 14 digs and 2 service aces.
4/15 @ Fenwick        
This past Saturday Mason lost at Fenwick 25-19,25-18,23-25,25-19.

The Comets had trong attacks from junior Tyler Ahlers with12 kills.

Nex up, Boys Volleyball will visit Oak Hills on Tuesdy, 4/18.

4/18 @ Oak Hills won 25-23, 25-23, 25-23 3-9 2-3

Boys volleyball beat Oak hills 25-23,25-23,25-23 with a total of 26 kills led by senior Ben Golan with 7 and junior Tyler Ahlers 9 kills.

Next, Mason (3-9, 2-3) will host Lakota East on Thursday, 4/20.

4/20 East lost 25-20, 25-8, 25-18 3-10 2-4

Mason Boys VB fell 25-20, 25-8, 25-18 at Lakota East on Thursday. NO other details provided.

Next up, Mason (3-10, 2-4) will visit Aiken on Saturday.

4/22 Farimont lost  25-12, 25-20 3-11 2-4

Boys Volleyball played three matches over the weekend. See results other details available.

Fairmont defeated Mason 25-12, 25-20

4/22 At Grenon won 25-5, 25-13 4-11 2-4

Mason defeated Greenon 25-5, 25-13

4/22 Loveland lost 25-10, 25-22 4-12 2-4
At the Loveland quad match lost to host Loveland , 25-10,25-22
In the second match senior Layne Walter served 19 straight points in the defeat Greenon 25-5, 25-13 . In the third match the comets lost to Kettering Fairmont 25-12,25-20


Next up, Mason (4-12, 2-4) will visit Clermont Northeastern TODAY, Monday, 4/24.

4/24 @ Clermont Northeastern          
4/25 Hamilton     4-12 2-4

Mason Volleyball (4-12, 2-4) was scheduled to play at Clermont Northeastern on Monday and Hamilton at home on Tuesday (senior night). Waiting on results report for these matches.

Next up, Mason VB is at Taylor TODAY, Wed. 4/26.

4/26 @ Taylor          
4/27 Princeton (makeup)          
5/3 @ Moeller          

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Boys Track
Date Event Team Placings Highlights
3/25 Buckeye Running Relays @ Mason  

Mason Track and Field hosted the Buckeye Running Relays on Saturday, March 25th. No details reported.

Next up, the Comets will compete at two events. On Friday, 4/7 its the ECC vs. the GMC Clash at Sycamore. Mason will also compete at the Troy Invite on the same day.

4/7 @ ECC vs. GMC Clash at Sycamore  

Mason Boys Track/Field competed at both the Troy Herb Hartman meet and the ECC vs GMC Clash of the Titans meet at Sycamore this past weekend. The Comets had a solid start to the season against great competition.

At Troy, the Varsity A team had a commanding performance to win against some good Dayton teams. Distance swept the 1600 and 3200, with Isaac Schachleiter and Max Liao winning and Braeden Fedders and James Mroczka finishing as runner-ups respectively. Aidan Markich broke his own school record in the steeplechase with a time of 6:26. Aaron Spears picked up crucial points by winning the shotput and discus.

Several newcomers stepped up early in the season. Senior Jack Ullom finished in second place in the long jump and eighth in the 400-meter dash in his first competition since middle school. At Sycamore, sophomore Jayden Smith jumped 20-02 in the long jump, the first jump of his career and the team’s longest of the season so far.

Full results for the Troy meet can be found at:

Full results for the Sycamore meet can be found at:

4/7 Troy Invite    
4/13 Mt. Healthy Invite  

The boys continued their strong start of the season with a win at the Mount Health Invite and a 2.5 point runner-up finish at the Centerville Elk Relays

The team showed its depth with only one victory on the day from Jerry Xu in the 3200m but the Comet scored in many of their events. The Mount Healthy championship wasn’t finalized until the 4x400 relay. 

At the Centerville Relays, the Distance Medley Relay had a dominant performance and just missed the school record by 1 second and now have the top time in the state of Ohio.  The 4x800 came from behind and with a finishing kick senior Isaac Schachleiter pulled away for the win.

Senior Aaron Spears broke the 50 feet barrier in the shot put for the first time to join the Top 10 list for Mason throwers.  He led the throwers to a discus team first place and third place in the shot put.

The boys 4x300 Hurdles, 4x400, and 4x400 Steeple  each secured runner-up finishes.  Aidan Markich improved his 2000m steeplechase record by 4 seconds after he led the Triple Jumpers to their team win while the long jumpers were runner-up in the unique 3 jumpers scoring relay.

Mount Healthy Results

Centerville Results

The Boys Track Team can now get back to a traditional race schedule this Thursday, 4/20 at the Anderson Invite where they will face some of the top teams in Cincinnati and expect to see many personal records from the boys.
4/14 Centerville Relays  

The boys continued their strong start of the season with a win at the Mount Healthy Invite and a 2.5 point runner-up finish at the Centerville Elk Relays

The team had only one victory on the day, Jerry Xu in the 3200m, but the Comets showed off their depth scoring in many of events. The Mount Healthy championship wasn’t finalized until the 4x400 relay, which the boys placed second in.

At the Centerville Relays, the Distance Medley Relay had a dominant performance, missing the school record by one second and running the top time in the state of Ohio.  The 4x800 came from behind and with a finishing kick, senior Isaac Schachleiter pulled away for the win.

Senior Aaron Spears broke the 50 feet barrier in the shot put for the first time to join the Top 10 all-time list for Mason throwers.  He led the throwers to a discus team first place and third place in the shot put.

The boys 4x300 Hurdles, 4x400, and 4x400 Steeple  each secured runner-up finishes.  Aidan Markich improved his 2000m steeplechase record by 4 seconds after he led the Triple Jumpers to their team win while the long jumpers were runner-up in the unique 3 jumpers scoring relay.

Mount Healthy Results

Centerville Results

We now get back to a traditional race schedule this Thursday at Anderson and face some of the top teams in Cincinnati where we expect to see many personal records from the boys.

4/20-4/21 Anderson Invite  

The young men of Mason brought home the championship trophy from the Anderson Invitational this past Friday night.  Holding a narrow .5 point lead over Loveland entering the 4x400 relay, the meet championship would come down to the winner of the last event. The boys led from the start and never relinquished it in the cold and pouring rain to clinch the victory.

The team was lead by senior Aaron Spears who won the male Outstanding Field Event performer of the meet with his shot put victory and runner up in the discus. We continued our success in banking a lot of points on the first day in the field events and on day two, relying on our relays and individuals.  

The Comets were able to win the 4x200, 4x400, the 4x800 (state leading time) relays.  Senior Keith Neuberger picked up a win in his first attempt of running the 3000 Steeplechase while Eric Marten held off a Loveland opponent in a critical points swing. 

We had to split our squad in order to get everyone quality competition, and Braeden Fedders, Charlie Cooper, and Alex Carlin led the way at the Elder Chick-Fil-A Invite with victories and PR’s in the 800, 1600, and High Jump.

The team has an extremely busy upcoming week with competitions at Fairfield, Kings, and Little Miami before traveling to Knoxville, TN for the Volunteer Classic.
4/25 Kings Invite    
4/27 Litlle Miami Invite    
4/28-4/29 Volunteer Classic    
5/2 Anderson's Game of Throws    
5/5 Mason Invite    
5/10-5/12 GMC @ Mason    
5/17-5/19 District @ Mason    

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Girls Track

Date Event Team Placings Highlights
3/25 Buckeye Running Relays @ Mason  

Mason Track and Field hosted the Buckeye Running Relays on Saturday, March 25th. No details reported.

Next up, the Comets will compete at two events. On Friday, 4/7 its the ECC vs. the GMC Clash at Sycamore. Mason will also compete at the Troy Invite on the same day.

4/7 @ ECC vs. GMC Clash at Sycamore  

The Girls Track Team participated in the Sycamore Clash of the Champions battle between the GMC and GWOC on Friday afternoon.  Mason scored 220 points to finish 2nd and help the GMC to a victory over their collective GWOC opponents.  There were several strong performances throughout the night. See highlights below:

1st place finishers:

4x800 - Condit, Teply, Paschka, Slife

Shot put - Burke

Pole vault - L. Stammen

100 Hurdles - Eagleston

4x200 - Killens, Orr, Love, Moore

4x100 - Connelly, Capiello, Orr, Love

800 - Legault

200 - Love

3200 - Paschka

4x400 - Killens, E. Resig, J. Resig, Eagleston

2nd place finishers:

Pole Vault - Auriana

400 - E. Resig

3rd place finishers:

Discus - Libby

Pole Vault - Spary

1600 - Stephens

800 -  Teply

3200 - McKay

4th place finishers:

High Jump - Harper

100 - Orr

400 - Arengo

300 Hurdles - Eagleston

200 - Moore

5th place finishers:

Long Jump - Lencyk

100 hurdles - McCaster

100 - Capiello

400 - J. Resig

300 Hurdles - Hartley

200 - Killens

The Comets will head north next Friday to team up in the Centerville Relays.


4/13 Mt. Healthy Invite  
The girl’s track team participated in the Mt. Healthy Owls Classic on Thursday, April 13th. There were many strong performances throughout the night that led to a second place team score. The Comets will head south next Friday to Elder's Chick-Fil-A Invitational. 

1st Place Finishers:
400m - T. Killens
3200m - A. Orlando
4x800m - A. Dvorak, M. Jones, S. Goldschmidt, T. Palmer.
Shot Put - A. White

2nd Place Finishers:
400m - A. Arengo
4x200m - A. Hawkins, C. Dobrowski, A. Arengo, P. Connelly
4x400m - A. Hawkins, A. Datillo, V. Mohan, K. Middleton

3rd Place Finishers:

3200m - D. Lopez

The Comets will head north TONIGHT to team up in the Centerville Relays.

4/14 Centerville Relays  

The Comet girls’ track & field team had a great Friday night at the Centerville Elks Relays.  The team accumulated 120 points to finish first overall besting the host team from Centerville.

Two new school records were set.  The distance medley team of McKay, J. Resig, Legault & Paschka finished first in a new record time of 11:59.22.  

The 4x100 team of Orr, Love, Capiello & Moore ran a new record time of 47.44 for another relay victory on the night.  

The Comets will compete in the Anderson Invitational this Thursday and Friday.

1st place finishers:

4 X 100m Relay - E. Capiello, Love, Orr, Moore

Distance Medley Relay - McKay, J. Resig, Legault, Paschka 

4 X 800m Relay - McKay, Legault, Slife, Paschka

Long Jump Relay - Capiello, Lencyk, Moore

2nd place finishers:

4 X 1600m Relay - Reply, Condit, Stephens, Berkebile

4 X 300m Hurdle Relay- Eagleston, Hartley, McCaster, Walker

Shuttle Hurdle Relay - Eagleston, Walker, Hartley, McCaster

4 X 400m Relay - E. Resig, Condit, Slife, Killens

Triple Jump Relay - Evans, Harper, Lencyk

3rd place finishers:

4 X 200m Relay -Orr, E. Resig, Moore, Love

Shot Put Relay - Burke, Libby, Karthikeyan

High Jump Relay - Evans, Harper, Overly

Pole Vault Relay - Spary, Auriana, L. Stammen

4th place finishers:

Sprint Medley Relay - E. Capiello, Love, Killens, Orr

Next up for Girls Track is the Anderson Invite on Thursday/Friday, 4/20 and the Elder Skyline Invite on Friday, 4/21.

4/20 Anderson Invite    
4/21 Elder Skyline Invite    
4/21 Anderson Invite  

The Mason Girl’s track & field team had another great week of competition at the Anderson Invitational last Thursday and Friday.  The team accumulated 216 team points to win by more than 100 points and bring home another 1st-place trophy. 

1st place finishers:

3200 - Efa Paschka

100 Hurdles - Lily Eagleston

100 - Abby Love

400 - Tori Killens

40-Yard Dash - Abby Love

300 Hurdles - Lily Eagleston

4 x 800 Relay - Bella Teply, Carlie Condit, Abby Slife, Addison Stephens

Shot Put - Andrea Burke

4 x 200 Relay - Nora Moore, Abby Love, Ava Arengo, Eden Orr

4 x 100 Relay - Lily Eagleston, Abby Love, Emilia Capiello, Eden Orr

4 x 400 Relay - Ava Arengo, Avery Legault, Efa Paschka, Carlie Condit

2nd place finishers:

3200 - Grace McKay

1600 - Avery Legualt

400 - Elizabeth Resig

Discus - Savannah Libby

Pole Vault - Lauren Stammen

300 Hurdles - Kate Hartley

3rd place finishers:

1600 - Grace McKay

800 - Efa Paschka

High Jump - Riley Yost

4th place finishers:

100 - Emilia Capiello

Discus - Andrea Burke

Pole Vault - Lauren Auriana

800 - Carlie Condit

2000 Steeplechase - Ava Orlando


The Comets will travel to Knoxville, Tennessee this Friday and Saturday to compete in the Volunteer Classic at the University of Tennessee.

4/25 Kings Invite    
4/27 Litlle Miami Invite    
4/28-4/29 Volunteer Classic    
5/2 Anderson's Game of Throws    
5/5 Mason Invite    
5/10-5/12 GMC @ Mason    
5/17-5/19 District @ Mason    

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Boys Lacrosse


Date Opponent W/L Score Record GMC Record

Game Highlights

3/18 @ North Allegheny won 10-9 1-0 0-0

Mason Boys lacrosse kicked off the 2023 season with a road trip to Pennsylvania, to face off against the North Allegheny Tigers.  The Comets were able to prevail in a tough contest, securing the 10-9 win. 


Offensively the Comets were led by Senior Attackman Michael Niere(4G,2A), and Senior Midfielder Aiden Schramm(3G,1A).  The comets also got scoring support from Sophomore Attackman Eli Natorp(1G,1A) and Peter Marietta(1G).  The defense was led by Mason Levin(1G,3CT) and a good game by both goalies Senior Nick Harris(3Svs) and Junior Ben Lopiccolo(7Svs).  Senior Gavin DeWitt controlled the face-off circle going 13 for 21 and collecting a team high 7 ground balls. 

The Comets will return to action TONIGHT, 3/22, when they travel to face the Moeller Crusaders at Moeller High School.  Start time for the game is 5:30PM. 

3/22 @ Moeller won 11-10 2-0   Mason defeated Moeller on Wednesday, 3/22 by a score of 11-10. No details available.
3/30 @ East won 13-5 3-0 1-0
The Comets traveled to Lakota East to open GMC play against the Thunderhawks.  The teams traded early goals before the Comets took control and moved to 1-0 in the GMC with a 13-5 victory. Comet scoring leaders were Soph. Eli Natorp (2G,3A), Senior Michael Niere (2G,2A), Aiden Schramm(2G), Weston Simmons (1G,1A), Nico Gholz(1G), Carter Vaughn(1G), Peter Marietta(1G), Henry Cooper(1G), Senior Gavin Dewitt(1G), while also going 14/16 at the face-off circle.  Freshman Jacob Lupinski got his first varsity goal in the game as well.
Defensively the Comets were led by Nick Harris(4Svs) and Ben LoPiccolo(4Svs) in goal, while Mason Levin(1A) chipped in 1 assist to go with 4 ground balls and 2 caused turnovers.  
3/31 Kiski Prep won 10-9 4-0  
The Comets returned to action on Friday night in a Midwest lacrosse match-up with Kiski Prep out of Western PA.  In a back and forth game that included a 60 minute rain delay the Comets were able to hold off a late rally and defeat the Wildcats 10-9. Outstanding defense carried the Comets with Nick Harris(7Svs) and Ben LoPiccolo(8Svs) both playing outstanding in their time in the cage. Gavin Dewitt was able to secure 12/23 faceoffs while collecting 7 ground balls to provide the Comets with the extra possessions needed to get the win.  
Offensively the Comets were jump started by Sophomore Peter Marietta(2G) who scored the first two goals of the game.  Senior Michael Niere(3G, 1A) led the Comets in scoring, while Senior Carter Vaughn(2G), Weston Simmons(1G,1A), Eli Natorp(1G,1A), and Aiden Schramm(1G) rounded out the scoring.  The win moved the Comets to 4-0 on the season.  
The Comets have 3 games this week
4/4/2023 Oak Hills@Mason 7PM
4/6/2023 Lakota West@Mason 7PM
4/8/2023 Shady Side Academy@Mason 1PM
4/4 Oak Hills won 18-0 5-0 2-0
On Tuesday, 4/4 the Boys LAX team moved to 2-0 in the GMC with an 18-0 victory over Oak Hills.  
Scoring for the Comets

Colin Billhorn(Jr.) 1g,1a, Henry Cooper(Jr.) 1g, Gavin Dewitt(Sr.) 1a, Hudson Gettys(Jr.) 1g, Peyton Gronholm(Sr.) 2g, Carson Hurrle(Sr.) 3a, Gavin Krueger(Jr.) 1g, Jacob Lupinski(Fr.) 3g,1a, Tyler Lupinski(Fr.) 1a, Peter Marietta(So) 1g, Steven McCalmont(Jr.) 1g, Eli Natorp(So.) 2g,3a, Michael Niere(Sr.) 1g,3a, Quinn Riley(So.) 1g, Aiden Schramm(Sr.) 1g, Carter Vaughn(Sr.) 2g.

The defense kept the ball out of the back of the net and Gavin DeWitt(Sr.) Controlled the Face-off circle with help from Ben Cravens(Jr.)

4/6 West won 17-0 6-0 3-0

On Thursday the Comets continued their stingy defense holding Lakota West scoreless while moving to 6-0 on the season with a 17-0 victory.  Nick Harris(Sr.) and Ben LoPiccolo(Jr.) were stellar in the cage and all the defense played well. 

Offensively the Comets scorers were. Colin Billhorn(Jr.) 1g,1a, Henry Cooper(Jr.) 2g, Nico Gholz(Sr.) 1g, Carson Hurrle(Sr.) 1a, Gavin Krueger(Jr.) 2a, Jacob Lupinski(Fr.) 2g, Tyler Lupinski(Fr.) 1g, Peter Marietta(So.) 1g, Nick Maxwell(Jr.) 1a, Eli Natorp(So.) 2g,1a, Michael Niere(Sr.) 2g,1a, Quinn Riley(So.) 1a, Aiden Schramm(Sr.) 2g,3a, Weston Simmons(Sr.) 1g,1a.

4/8 Shady Side Academy won 16-9 7-0 3-0 On Saturday 4/8 the Comets faced off against Shady Side Academy from Pittsburgh, PA.  It was a back and forth game early with the Comets pulling away in the second half of the game and picking up the win 16-9 to move to 7-0 on the season. 
Scoring for the Comets, Gavin DeWitt 1g, Nico Gholz 1g, Colin Billhorn 1g,2a, Ethan Nyhuis 1a, Henry Cooper 1g, Michael Niere 4g, Weston Simmons 4g,1a, Aiden Schramm 3g,1a, Eli Natorp 1g, 1a, and Jacob Lupinski 1a.
4/11 @ Sycamore won 12-4 8-0 4-0
On Tuesday the Comets moved to 8-0 on the season and 4-0 in the GMC with a 12-4 win over Sycamore.  The defense was strong all game led by great goaltending by Nick Harris 2Svs, and Ben LoPiccolo with 6Svs. 
Scoring for the Comets, Mason Levin 1a, Gavin DeWitt 2g, Peyton Gronholm 1g, Colin Billhorn 2g, Peter Marietta 1g, Michael Niere 2g,1a, Aiden Schramm 3g,3a, Eli Natrop 1a, and Jacob Lupinski 1g.


4/13 Fairfield won 20-2 9-0 5-0

On Thursday the Comets took on Fairfield and were able to come away with a convincing win 20-2 to move to 9-0 and 5-0 in the GMC.

Fourteen Comets scored on the evening, Gavin DeWitt 1g, Carter Vaughn 2g, Peyton Gronholm 1g, Colin Billhorn 1g, Carson Hurrle 1g, Nick Maxwell 1g, Henry Cooper 1g, Michael Niere 2g,2a, Weston Simmons 1a, Aiden Schramm 2g, Quinn Riley 2g, Gavin Krueger 1g, Eli Natorp 1g,1a, Jacob Lupinski 2g,1a, and Tyler Lupinski 2g, 1a. 

The Comets return to action on Saturday at home against Cathedral High School at 2pm.

4/15 Cathedral won 18-8 10-0 5-0

On Saturday the Comets Boys Lacrosse team took on the visiting Cathedral High School Irish from Indianapolis.  A close battle after the 1st quarter 5-3 Mason, the Comets were able to pull away over the next 3 quarters to secure the 18-8 win.  A notable accomplishment from the game, Michael Niere with his 2g,3a, passed the 100 point mark for his varsity career.  A great accomplishment in the middle of a wonderful season for the senior.  Also tallying points for the Comets, Mason Levin 1g, Carter Vaughn 1a, Nico Gholz 1g, Peyton Gronholm 1a, Gavin Scott (1st career varsity goal) Colin Billhorn 1g, Peter Marietta 3g,2a, Henry Cooper 2g, Weston Simmons 1g, Aiden Schramm 2g,1a, and Eli Natorp 4g,1a.  Gavin DeWitt won 15/30 Face-offs and Nick Harris 6 Svs. and Ben LoPiccolo 3 Svs. kept the Comet lead intact.  The Comets return to GMC action on Tuesday night when Lakota East visits the Multipurpose field. It will be Youth night and we will honor all the Mason Youth lacrosse players with free admission to the game.  Come out to the game and support the Comets as they try to move to 11-0 on the season, and 6-0 in the GMC.


4/18 East won 15-2 11-0 6-0

On Tuesday night Lakota East came to the multi-purpose field for a GMC battle with the Comets Boys Lacrosse Team.  The Comets jumped out early and cruised to victory 15-2.  The victory moved the Comets to 6-0 in the GMC and 11-0 on the season.  A milestone was reached in the game as Senior Gavin DeWitt won 15/17 face-offs to move past the 400 career face-off wins and second place on the all-time list.  Gavin also added an assist and 6 gbs, on the night.  Also scoring for the Comets Carter Vaughn 1g,1a, Hudson Gettys 1g, Peyton Gronholm 2g, Peter Marietta 3g,2a, Michael Niere 3g,1a, Weston Simmons 1g,1a, Aiden Schramm 2g, Steven McCalmont 1g, and Eli Natorp 1g,1a.  The Defense led by Mason Levin, Grady Wilson, Nick Harris Gavin Scott, and Ben LoPiccolo kept their 6th straight GMC opponent under 5 goals.

4/20 @ Oak Hills won 18-3 12-0 7-0
The Comets Boys lacrosse team returned to action on Thursday night when they traveled to the west side of the city to battle the Highlanders of Oak Hills.  Once again the Comets were able to prevail with a decisive victory 18-3.  Reaching milestones in this season of Comet accomplishments, Weston Simmons with 1 goal, and Aiden Schramm with 2 goals, and 1 assist, moved past the 100 points mark for their careers. Also contributing to the scoring for the Comets were Gavin DeWitt 2g, Carter Vaughn 2g,2a, Colin Billhorn 1a, Peter Marietta 1g,1a, Henry Cooper 1g,1a, Steven McCalmont 1g, Quinn Riley 1g, 2a, Gavin Krueger 2g, Eli Natorp 1g,1a, Jacob Lupinkski 3g,1a, Tyler Lupinski 1g, and getting his first varsity point Sophomore Finn Albers 1a.

The Comets dominated the Face-Off X winning 23/25.  Gavin DeWitt won 10/10, Nick Maxwell 5/6, Weston Simmons 1/1 and Ben Cravens 7/8. 

The Comets (12-0, 7-0) will return to action on Tuesday April 25th when they travel to Lakota West for another GMC battle.

4/25 @ West won 15-4 13-0 8-0

Boys Lacrosse (13-0, 8-0) kept their undefeated season going on Tuesday with a 15-4 defeat at Lakota West. Waiting on the details and report.

Next up, Mason hosts Sycamore on Thursday for their final GMC match of the season and its also Senior Night. The Comets are seeking their 4th consecutive GMC Championship.

4/27 Sycamore          
4/28 Olentangy Liberty          
5/4 @ Fairfield          
5/5-5/6 Tourney at @ Western Reserve Academy (Cleveland)          
  POST SEASON          

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Girls Lacrosse


Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Record


Game Highlights

3/18 @ New Albany won 14-8 1-0 0-0

Mason Girls Lacrosse Team began their 2023 season with a 14-8 victory against defending state champs, New Albany, on Saturday, March 18th. The Junior Varsity also kicked off the action with a 7-4 win. 

Our midfield helped control the game with grabbing 15 of the 23 draw controls. Peyton Flynn was responsible for 8 of the 15. Lyla Glinski led the scoring with 8 goals. Additionally, our defense was strong, led by goalie Ella Shemak who had 74% save percentage. 

Next up for your Girl's Laxers will be an away game against Loveland on Tuesday March 21st, JV starts at 5:30 and Varsity begins at 7:00.


3/21 @ Lovelane won 18-3 2-0 0-0


The Mason Girls lacrosse team defeated Loveland 18-3 on Tuesday night with a strong team performance. The Comets had 9 different goal scorers including 5 goals from Ava Mahoney. Emily Hellmann dished out 3 assists for the night while our defense worked together to cause 8 turnovers.  Ella Shemak also had another great game with a 77% save percentage. 

The team (2-0) will take a week off for spring break and get back in action on Tuesday, 4/4 for an away game against Oak Hills.

4/4 @ Oak Hills won 18-2 3-0 1-0

18-2 Win against Oak Hills

Mason Girls Lacrosse had a dominating performance against GMC team Oak Hills. The team had 7 different scorers along with 50% of their goals being assisted. Peyton Flynn led on the draw with 6 draw controls. The team also had 12 caused turnovers which helped to maintain possession for most of the game

4/6 @ West won 15-2 4-0 2-0

15-2 Win against Lakota West

The Mason Girls Lacrosse team captured their second GMC victory of the season on Thursday night. Lyla Glinski led the scoring with 5 goals while Emily Hellmann led with 3 assists. Claire Baenziger was crucial, grabbing 4 draw controls. The entire team helped maintain possession by collecting 19 ground balls and causing 8 Lakota West turnovers.

4/7 Jackson lost 10-7 4-1 2-0

10-7 Loss against Jackson

Mason Girls Lacrosse had their first loss of the season on Friday night to Jackson Massillon. The team trailed Jackson early in the first half and had trouble making up the deficit. Peyton Flynn led the scoring with 3. Lyla Glinski and Ava Mahoney led the team with 2 draw controls each. 

Next up for the girls lacrosse team is a huge home game on Tuesday April 11th vs Sycamore. Varsity game time is 7:00 and the first 50 students who attend will get in free!

4/11 Sycamore lost 16-15 4-2 2-1

Mason Girls Lacrosse lost their first GMC game this year to Sycamore on Tuesday. The team was down 10-5 at the start of the second half but with some key goals from Claire Baenziger, Emily Hellmann, Ava Mahoney, Lyla Glinski, Ava Minogue, Elli Petrey, and Peyton Flynn, it was tied 12-12 with 10 minutes remaining.

Marley Block and Avery Tavella helped to lead the defense to cause some turnovers and grabbed some ground balls in order for Mason to gain possession. Although the team scored with 12 seconds remaining to make it 16-15, we couldn’t grab the last draw in order to win it. 

Next up for Mason Girls LAX (4-2, 2-1) is another GMC game at Fairfield on Thursday 4/13. 

4/13 @ Fairfield won 17-0 5-2 3-1

The Mason Girls Lacrosse team had a great win against Fairfield on Thursday night defeating the Indians 17-0. Mason goalie- Ella Shemak, recorded her first shut out of the season. Overall, the team had 10 different goal scorers, picked up 20 ground balls, caused 17 turnovers and grabbed 14 draw controls. It was a great team win!

Next up for the girls lacrosse team is a home game on Saturday night against Upper Arlington!

4/15 Upper Arlington lost 16-12 5-3 3-1

Mason Girls lacrosse lost a tough game against Upper Arlington on Saturday. Mason struggled in the first half to gain and keep possession so it was a 12-2 Upper Arlington lead at half. Our offense truly got going in the second half with Claire Baenziger and Lyla Glinski find the goal multiple times. Our defense caused some turnovers and grabbed the ground balls left by UA’s offense. Ava Mahoney and Claire Baenziger were crucial for us on the draw control grabbing 6 and 5 respectively. Unfortunately, the second half comeback wasn’t enough to pull out a win.  


4/18 @ East won 12-11 6-3 4-1

Mason Girls lacrosse managed to pull out a win against GMC opponent Lakota East. The Comets struggled during the first half to find some rhythm but ended the game strong. Senior duo Lyla Glinski and Ava Mahoney led the scoring with 4 and 3 goals respectively. Goalie Ella Shemak made 8 clutch saves in goal. As a team, we gathered 19 ground balls and worked hard to make connections throughout the defense to offense transition.

Next up, Mason (6-3, 4-1) will visit Thomas Worthington, TODAY, Friday, 4/21.

4/19 @ Springboro won 18-13 7-3 4-1 Mason Girls lacrosse had a great win on Wednesday night vs Springboro. The team dominated the draw control due to Ava Mahoney being able to grab 8 off the circle. Peyton Flynn led the team in caused turnovers and interceptions with a total of 5. Lexi Allen helped lead the defense by causing turnovers and grabbing ground balls to clear it out and get the ball down to the offense where Lyla Glinski led the scoring with 7 goals.
4/21 @ Thomas Worthington won 14-12 8-3 4-1

The Mason Girls Lacrosse team traveled up to Columbus on a rainy Friday night and were able to obtain a win against a strong Thomas Worthington team. Peyton Flynn led on the draw control by grabbing 7. Ava Mahoney was a huge contributor by finding the goal 6 times and grabbed 5 draw controls. Lyla Glinski and Emily Hellmann came up big with 2 assists each as well. Katie Berold was strong on defense causing turnovers and grabbing the resulting ground balls.

Next up, Mason 8-3, 4-1) will host Lakota West on Tuesday.

4/25 West won 21-11 9-3 5-1

Mason Girls lacrosse grabbed another GMC win on Tuesday night. In total 7 different players found the back of the net with a goal or several. Lyla Glinski had a great game and led the scoring with 10 goals. The team contributed 7 assists total with Elli Petrey leading that contribution. Goalies Emma Schlachter and Ella Shemak made some crucial saves in the goal. Emma saved 3 out of the 5 shots she faced and Ella saved 8 of the 17 she saw. The team also worked hard to pick up 12 ground balls throughout the game.

Next up for the Mason Comets (9-3, 5-1) is an away game against Sycamore on Thursday 4/27. 

4/27 @ Sycamore          
4/29 @ Mariemont          
5/2 East          
5/4 Fairfield          
5/9 Walnut Hills          
5/10 Oak Hills          
5/11 @ Springboro          

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