Mason #1 Ranked School for Athletics in Ohio

We are proud to annouce that MHS was reccently ranked the #1 school in the state of Ohio for athletes according to Niche. We were given this top rank based on factors such as; number of sports, atheletic participation from boys and girls, and expenses per student. 

Thank you for making Mason High School a great place to a be a student-athlete!

Girls Basketball Starts Off 2-0! Defeats Top Ranked Forest Trail (N.C.)

The Comets opened their season by defeating the Springboro Panthers by a final score of 50-40 in a game that was much closer than a double-digit victory for the defending regional champions. With just two minutes and eight seconds left in the game, Mason led by just one point: 41-40. The Comets were able to play stout defense and make clutch free throws in order to finish out the game on a 9-0 run.

Mason Rower Signs with West Virginia University!

The Comets added another signee to the early signing period in Cassia Bush. The senior rower recently signed her letter of intent to West Virginia University!

 

CONGRATS CASSIA & BUSCH FAMILY!

GO COMETS!

Mason Fall College Commitments

Fall College signees

Mason Baseball's Early Signing Day

The Comets baseball team doesn't take the field till the spring, but a record 6 seniors finalized their college committment choices by signing their National Letters of Intent this Wednesday. With this current class having 6 signees thus far, there will be a total of 30 former Comet's playing at a professional or collegiate level. Listed below are those who participated:

Joey Bowlin: Northwood University

Matt Deskins: Grace College

Michael Hall: University of Montevallo

Will MacLean: Univeristy of Cincinnati

Zach Prusinski: Miami-Hamilton

 

Mason vs, Sycamore-Playoffs Round Two

Mason will be seeking to take their program into "unchartered waters"  this coming week...to a second round playoff win. 

 

The win sets up an all-Greater Miami Conference regional semifinal between the Comets and rival Sycamore. The Aviators defeated Lebanon 42-20, Friday. Sycamore defeated Mason 17-10 in Week 10 to claim the Battle of the Skies trophy. Middletown will host the 2nd round contest this Friday, kickoff 7:30 pm. at Barnitz Stadium.

 

Tickets will go on sale this Wednesday in the Athletic Office and during lunch in the Comet Zone. 

 

Comets XC Teams Finish Strong at State

Boys XC Team

The Mason Boys Cross Country Team made its 10th consecutive appearance at the state cross country championships on Saturday. The Comets traversed the National Trail Raceway course with the best in Ohio. While their 14th place showing was a bit off of their expectations. The Comets still displayed a competitive attitude in the face of tough competition. 

Mason Tops Elder-First D1 Playoff Win

It took awhile, but the Comets finally broke thru a long playoff win drought to punch their ticket to the 2nd round of the OHSAA postseason. Mason defeated GCL Elder 21-20 before a packed house at Dwire Field last Friday to send them to a rematch with their GMC rival Sycamore. The Comets were making their 2nd consecutive playoff appearance and 8th overall. The last time Mason achieved any kind of football postseason glory was way back in 1996 when they played in the FAVC and were a Div.

College Athlete Presentation

Anyone interested in playing college sports, Trevor Wright, Senior Director of Compliance, from the University of Cincinnati Athletics Compliance Office will be at Mason HS on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 for a Parent/Athlete meeting at 7:00pm in the High School Auditorium.  This presentation will be covering the NCAA eligibility guidelines & steps, college recruiting and an overview of the eligibility center for prospective student-athletes entering college fall 2016 and Beyond.

Boys Soccer Falls in Regional Semi-FInal

The Comets soccer team took on their toughest opponent yet in a strong Beavercreek team. This was the first meeting between the 2 teams since 2014 when the Beavers knocked off the Comets. After 80 minutes of regulation, 2 OT periods and a round of PK's (Penalty Kicks) the Beavers came out on top, winning by a score of 4-1 on PK's. 

For a full game recap check back soon.


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