Boys Basketball Stay GMC Undefeated

Comets Stay GMC Undefeated 

 

Mason traveled to Sycamore on Tuesday night for another GMC romp. The Comets blew out the Aves 82-48 to keep their unbeaten league record intact at 11-0. Mason held a 16 point lead after two quarters of play. The Aves were forced into 18 turnovers.

 

Kyle Lamotte had a career night scoring 29 points. Eddie Puisis added 14.

 

Next up Mason (14-1) will visit Lakota East this Friday. A large crowd is expected for this final meeting between the GMC's top two teams. 

Boys Swimming & Diving

The swimming and diving teams weekend action was cancelled due to travel issues by visiting teams.

 

Next up Mason will host East and West this Friday, January 29th. On Saturday, Mason will host LaSalle and McAuley for another tri-meet.

Mason Girls Competition Cheerleading

Next up Mason competes in the America's Best Cheer event at Cintas Center on January 30 and 31st. 

Mason Comets College Signing Day

MASON ATHLETICS

TO HOST

COLLEGE SIGNING EVENT

 

The Mason Athletic department will once again be recognizing our senior athletes that have made commitments to continue their playing careers at the collegiate level. The annual winter signing event will be held Wednesday, February 3rd at 2:30 PM

in the Small Commons area at Mason High School.  

Parents, friends, family, staff, coaches and the media are all encouraged to join the celebration on this special day for our Comet Athletes.

2015 Enquirer Fall All Stars Announced

ENQUIRER FALL ALL STARS ANNOUNCED!

DOBSON , RAPP AND REEDY RECEIVE COACH OF THE YEAR HONORS

CURRAN, ZHAO AND BIZZARRO NAMED SOCCER PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

 

The 2015 Cincinnati Enquirer Fall All Stars have been published and the Mason Comets were well represented.  Mason Girls and Boys Cross Country head coaches, Chip Dobson and Tom Rapp, received Cincinnati Coach of the Year awards.  Paul Reedy also earned the papers top honor as Division 1 Coach of the Year for boy's soccer.

MASON WRESTLERS WIN ANOTHER JAMES HORNING EVENT

MASON WRESTLERS

WIN ANOTHER HORNING INVITE!

 

he Mason Wrestling team won their third consecutive James Horning Invitational at the Mason Middle School arena this past Saturday. The Comet grapplers outscored their nearest competitor, Dublin Coffman, 307.5-252.5 at the all day event. Glen Este was thrid overall with 161 points. 

 

The Comets had 7 individual champions; Sam Glassco, Jamien Hood, Zack Donathan, Chris Donathan, Colin Schuster , Mark Gabe, Nick D'Agostino.

 

James Horning Memorial Tournament

Mason will host the annual James Horning Invitational this coming Saturday, Janauary 23rd, at the Mason Middle School Arena. Top teams and wrestlers will participate in the annual all day event. Mason has won the past two consecutive JVH invites. See schedule for the event below:

7:00 a.m.

 

Doors Open for Team Check-in Only (Coaches Report to Head Table)

8:15 a.m.

 

Weigh-ins Begin by Team in Wrestling Room

8:45 a.m.

 

Doors Open to Public

9:00 a.m.

 

Mason Beats Moeller Wrestling 37-25

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Mason, previously ranked 2nd in the city, had a big team win against Moeller (1st in the city) in a wrestling dual last night. The dual last night was their first time wrestling each other since 2012.

 

Mason Bowling takes on Lebanon

Mason boys lost a difficult match to Colerain on Monday. Colerain was on fire as they bowled a season high 3037. Mason struggled and posted a season low 2533. The only bright spot was a super series from Evan Haas who bowled a 227, 225 series. 

 

Next up Mason will visit Lebanon on Wednesday, January 13th. 


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