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last updated April 28, 2017

 

Baseball
SEASON STATS

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall
Record
GMC
Record
Box Score Game Highlights
3/25

Moeller @

Prasco 11:00 am

won 7-5 1-0    

The Comets opened the regular season on Saturday, March 25th, hosting Moeller and Strongsville in a three-way doubleheader at Legacy Field at Prasco Park.

In the season opener for both teams, Mason erupted for six runs in the second inning and withstood a late inning Moeller comeback to defeat the Crusaders by a final score of 7-5.

Will Pfennig (1-0) got the start and the win for Mason, pitching the first four innings. Pfennig allowed two earned runs, four hits, and two walks while striking out four. Will MacLean pitched the final three innings in relief, picking up the save. MacLean allowed three earned runs, six hits, and no walks while striking out one.

Mason sent eleven men to the plate in the second inning, scoring six runs on three hits while taking advantage of five walks in the inning. Michael Hall and Matt Deskins led off the inning with base hits. Following an RBI sacrifice fly from D.J. Fluker, Nick Northcut delivered the big blow - a bases loaded two-out laser off the left field wall to drive in two runs and put the Comets up 6-0. Moeller battled back, scoring twice in the fourth and two more times in the sixth to make it a 6-4 ballgame. In the Mason sixth following a one-out bloop double by J.P. Sponseller, Evan Haas delivered a huge two-out insurance run - ripping a pinch-hit RBI single up the middle to put the Comets up 7-4. In the seventh, Moeller's first three batters hit singles - producing a run to make it 7-5. But, Will MacLean retired the next three Crusaders in order, ending the game with a strike out to preserve the Comet victory. Mason leaders on offense:

Michael Hall: 3 for 3 QAB's, single, walk, HBP, RBI
Nick Northcut: double, 2 RBI's
D.J. Fluker: 3 for 3 QAB's, SAC fly, single, RBI
Evan Haas: 1 for 1, single, RBI
J.P. Sponseller: double

3/25

Strongsville @

Prasco 4:00 PM

won 2-1 2-0    

Game two of today's season-opening three way doubleheader at Prasco Park on Saturday turned out to be a pitchers dual. Behind a combined two-hitter from Nick Northcut and Rollie Sheriff, the Comets prevailed by a final score of 2-1. Northcut (1-0) got the start and the win for Mason, pitching five innings of two hit one run baseball, striking out three and walking just one while allowing one earned run. Rollie Sheriff, making his first appearance in a varsity uniform, tossed two shutout innings - allowing no hits and two walks while striking out one. He picked up his first save.

Mason trailed in this game 1-0 before scoring twice in the fourth inning to take the lead for good. Nick Northcut ripped a one out double to left field and immediately scored on an RBI single from Michael Hall. After Hall advanced to second base on a hit and run ground ball to second, Jace Robinson produced what proved to be the winning run with a base hit up the middle to score Hall. The Comets were limited to just five hits in what was a well-pitched game by both teams. Leaders on offense for Mason:

Jace Robinson: 2 for 3, RBI
Michael Hall: single, RBI
Nick Northcut: double

3/27 Princeton won 6-0 3-0 1-0  

The Comets kicked off GMC play on Monday, March 27th with a convincing 6-0 win over Princeton at home. Joey Bowlin (1-0) pitched a complete game one-hitter, striking out five and walking just two over his seven innings of work. Bowlin, who took a no-hitter in to the seventh, required only 85 pitches to dispatch with the Vikings today.

Mason scored three runs in the first and two more in the second to provide Bowlin all the breathing room he would need. The Comets defense was solid all afternoon as well. Following a one out sacrifice fly by Matt Deskins to drive in the first Mason run, Jace Robinson delivered a two out two run double to left center to stake Bowlin and the Comets to a first inning 3-0 lead. Leaders on offense for Mason:

Jace Robinson: 2 for 3, double, 2 RBI's
Michael Hall: 3 for 3 QAB's, 2 singles, BB
James Grace: 2 for 2 QAB's, bunt single, BB, 4 stolen bases
Joseph Powell: 2 for 3 QAB's, single, BB

Mason is scheduled to conclude its two game series with the Vikings at Princeton High School on Wednesday, March 29th at 5:00 PM.

3/29 @ Princeton won 20-4 4-0 2-0  

What was a 5-4 ballgame after four innings turned in to a lopsided affair as Mason scored twelve times in the sixth inning en route to a 20-4 win over Princeton on Wednesday, March 29th on the Vikings' home field. Will MacLean (1-0) was today's starter and winner for Mason, allowing four earned runs on seven hits and two walks with four strike outs over his four innings of work. Ben Kraus, making his first career varsity appearance, was impressive in relief - blanking the Vikings over the final two innings . He allowed just one hit while striking out five.

The Comets scored five times in the second to seemingly take command of the game before Princeton picked up a run in the second and three more in the fourth to make things interesting. But, Mason quickly responded with three runs in the fifth before breaking the game open in the sixth with a twelve run outburst. Leaders on offense for Mason:

Joe Powell: 3 for 4, double, 3 RBI's
Michael Hall: 3 for 5, triple, 3 RBI's
Nick Northcut: 2 for 4: double, 2 RBI's
J.P. Sponseller: 2 for 3, double, 3 RBI's
Kadeen Beerman: 2 for 4, double
Evan Haas: triple, walk, RBI

4/1 Colerain lost 4-0 4-1 2-1  

After beginning the 2017 season with an impressive 4-0 start, the Comets suffered their first loss of the season at home on Saturday, April 1st, falling to the Colerain Cardinals by a final score of 4-0. The Mason offense could only muster one base hit on the day - a well-placed 4th inning sacrifice bunt by Matt Deskins that alluded the Colerain defense.

Colerain was able to piece together two runs in the sixth after a hit batter and and bunt single led off the inning. A few miscues by the Mason defense combined with no offense and a couple of timely hits for the Cardinals was all it took to seal the Comets' fate.

Nick Northcut (1-1) suffered the loss for Mason, pitching the first six innings. He allowed three earned runs on four hits, hitting two, walking three, and striking out four. Joey Bowlin pitched the final frame for the Comets, allowing no runs, one hit, and one walk. Bowlin struck out one.

The Comets are scheduled to conclude the two-game series with the Cardinals on the road at Colerain on Monday, April 3rd at 5:00 PM.

4/1

Upper Arlington

3:00 pm

          CANCELLED
4/3 @ Colerain lost 3-2 4-2 2-2  

Mason visited Colerain on Monday. Trailing 3-0 after two innings of play, the Comets fought back to make it a tight contest the rest of the way. However, they could not come up with the timely hit or productive out when needed, leaving 12 men on base in dropping a 3-2 decision.

Will Pfennig (1-1) suffered the tough loss for Mason, pitching well over his five innings of work - which included a 45 minute rain delay in the bottom of the second inning. Pfennig allowed just one earned run on five hits, striking out nine and walking four. Will MacLean pitched two shutout innings in relief, allowing no hits and no walks. The Comets committed three errors in the field, which cost them in this close ballgame.

Mason's offensive woes continued as they managed to generate only four base hits on the day - all singles in separate innings. Evan Haas produced the first Comets run in the fourth with a two-out RBI single. One inning later, Michael Hall hit a sacrifice fly to drive in D.J. Fluker, who had led off the inning with a single. Mason left the bases loaded in the third, fourth, and fifth innings today. Michael Hall led off the Mason seventh with a single but was left stranded at third to end the game.

The Comets, 4-2 overall and 2-2 in the GMC, travel to Lakota East on Wednesday, April 5th for a GMC match-up at 5:00 PM.

4/7 Lakota East won 4-3      

Behind the solid pitching of Nick Northcut, Mason overcame a shaky defensive performance in holding on to defeat Lakota East at home by a final score of 4-3. Northcut (2-1) pitched six and 1/3 innings, allowing just one earned run on four hits while striking out ten and walking one. Will MacLean came on in relief in with two on and one out in the seventh. He required just three pitches to notch his second save of the season as the only batter he faced slapped a ground ball to third. Nick Northcut, taking over at third base, stepped on third for the force out before firing the ball over to first to complete the game-ending double play.

The Mason offense generated 10 hits on the day, while the Comets defense made things very interesting the fourth inning - committing six errors in a single inning which allowed two unearned Lakota East runs to cross the plate. But, Northcut recorded the final two outs of the inning via strikeout to limit the damage. Leaders on offense for Mason:

Evan Haas: 3 for 3, RBI
Nick Northcut: 2 for 3, double
Jace Robinson: double, 2 RBI's

4/8 @ Lakota East (resume suspended game) won 3-2 6-2 4-2  

The Comets visited Lakota East Saturday afternoon to finish their game which began on Wednesday, April 5th and came away with a 3-2 win. The game was suspended due to weather in the bottom of the third with the game tied 1-1. Joey Bowlin (2-0), who was Mason's starter in this game on Wednesday, returned to the mound today and picked up right where he left off. Bowlin pitched an absolute gem, going the distance to record his second win of the season. His pitching line on the day: seven innings, one earned run, five hits, ten strikeouts, and two walks.

The game remained tied 1-1 going in to the fifth inning in what was a very well-pitched game by both starting pitchers, who both threw complete games today. Kadeen Beermann led off the Mason fifth with a walk and moved to second on a sacrifice bunt by J.P. Sponseller. One out later, Nick Northcut launched a towering home run to deep left center field to put the Comets up 3-1.

Lakota East picked up a run in their half of the sixth to make it a 3-2 game heading in to the seventh. The Thunderhawks' lead off batter in the seventh reached second after a dropped third strike and subsequent wild pitch. But, Bowlin responded by striking out the next batter to record the first out. Michael Hall made a nice play on a pop up near the Lakota East dugout to record out #2. The game ended as the next batter scorched a ground ball up the middle. Mason shortstop Joe Powell dove behind the bag at second to snag the ground ball, and sprung to his feet to fire a seed to first base.

With the win, Mason sweeps the season series with Lakota East to remain just one game out of first place in the GMC. The Comets return to action at home on Monday, April 10th in GMC play against Hamilton. Game time is 5:00 PM.

4/10 Hamilton won 17-0 7-2 5-2  

After a week of lackluster output from the offense, the Comets wasted no time starting the new week off with a bang - scoring five runs in the first inning en route to a 17-0 pounding of Hamilton on Monday afternnon.

The Comets exploded for 14 total hits over their four innings at the plate, and led this game 14-0 after just two innings. Will Pfennig (2-1) was the starter and winner for Mason, tossing three shutout innings. He allowed just two hits while striking out four and walking a batter. Rollie Sheriff and Quinn Hecker each pitched one scoreless inning in relief, both striking out one and not allowing a Hamilton batter to reach base.

Each of the nine starters for Mason scored at least one run in what was a balanced and potent attack on offense today. Leaders on offense included:

D.J. Fluker: 2 for 3, 2 triples, 4 RBI's
Joe Powell: 2 for 2, HR, RBI
Michael Hall: 2 for 2, RBI
Nick Northcut: single, 3 RBI's
Evan Haas: 3 for 3, double, 2 RBI's
Kadeen Beermann: triple, RBI

NEXT: The BB Team will visit Hamilton on Wednesday, April 12th.

Record: 7-2, 5-2 Tied for 2nd in GMC

4/12 @ Hamilton won 6-5 8-2 6-2  

The Comets found themselves in a dogfight over at Hamilton on Wednesday, April 12th, and managed to come from behind twice in this game to outlast the Big Blue 6-5 in ten innings. Ben Kraus (1-0) pitched four innings of one-hit shutout baseball to provide a huge lift to his team and record his first career varsity win. Kraus finished with four strikeouts and two walks on the day. Will MacLean started for Mason and certainly kept the Comets in the game, exiting after four innings with the score tied 4-4. He allowed three earned runs on six hits with five strikeouts and no walks. Rollie Sheriff pitched the fifth and sixth innings, allowing an earned run on two hits while walking four.

The Mason offense banged out 13 hits on the day, all singles spread among nine different Comet hitters. Trailing 5-4 with two outs in the seventh, Matt Deskins came off the bench to deliver a pinch hit RBI single that would ultimately send the game to extra innings. With two out in the top of the 10th, Joe Powell drew a walk and stole second base. J.P. Sponseller followed with a ground ball single up the middle. Hamilton's second baseman dove to get a glove on the ball, but the ball dribbled far enough from his glove to allow a hustling Powell to scamper home with what proved to be the winning run. Other highlights on offense for Mason today:

Nick Northcut: 3 for 3, SAC fly, RBI
James Grace: 2 for 4, 3 stolen bases
Michael Hall: 2 for 6

4/13 @ Fairfield won 9-3 9-2 7-2  

In a rematch of last year's match-up at Fairfield between two opposing teams and two opposing starting pitchers vying for a GMC championship, Mason handled the Indians on Thursday, April 13th by a final score of 9-3. Nick Northcut (3-1) started and won it for the Comets, pitching the first five innings. He allowed three earned runs on six hits and three walks while striking out three. After two had scored for Fairfield and they had loaded the bases with no outs in the 5th, Northcut struck the next three batters out in order to end any serious threat the Indians would pose in this game. Will Pfennig came on in the sixth to record two hitless and scoreless innings for Mason. He walked a batter and struck out three.

Trailing 1-0 after the first inning, the Comets scored twice in the second to take the lead before erupting for seven runs in the fifth to break the game open. Two-RBI singles by Evan Haas and James Grace were the big blows in the Mason fifth. Overall leaders on offense for Mason today:

James Grace: 2 for 4, double, 2 RBI's
Joe Powell: 2 for 4, RBI
Evan Haas: single, 2 RBI's

4/15

Centerville,

11:00 AM

won 11-1 10-2 7-2  

Senior Zach Prusinski got the ball last Saturday, April 15th in his first career varsity start and rose to the occasion, tossing a complete game 2-hitter as Mason defeated Centerville 11-1 in five innings. Prusinski walked just two while striking out five.

The game was scoreless until Mason pushed a run across in the third on a RBI double by D.J. Fluker. In the home half of the fourth, the floodgates opened as the Comets plated nine runs to blow the game open. Leaders on offense for Mason:

Cameron Wissel: 2 for 3, 2 RBI's
Jace Robinson: 2 for 3, triple
Colin Crowe: 2 for 3, RBI
Joseph Powell: 3 QAB's, single
D.J. Fluker: double, RBI
Nick Northcut: 3 QAB's, single, RBI

4/17 Fairfield lost 5-1 10-3 7-3  

Fairfield made their annual visit to Mason today in GMC action and avenged last Thursday's Mason win by defeating the Comets by a final score of 5-1. After what was a very tight and well-played ballgame through five innings with the score knotted at one apiece, Fairfield scored twice in the sixth and twice more in the seventh due, in large part, to the Mason defense committing six errors in the final two innings.

Joey Bowlin (2-1) took the tough loss on the mound for Mason today as he delivered another solid outing, allowing no earned runs, five hits, and four walks to go with one strikeout in his 5 1/3 innings of work. Will MacLean pitched the final 1 2/3 innings, allowing no earned runs and one hit with no walks while striking out three.

The Comets were limited to just four base hits on the day. Highlights on offense included:

Jace Robinson: triple, RBI
Michael Hall: double

Next up Mason (10-3m 7-3)will host Loveland today, April 18th in a non-conference matchup. They will visit league leading Lakota West on Wednesday, April 19th.

4/18 Loveland won 9-1 11-3 7-3  

The Comets were solid in all phases of the game at home on Tuesday as they soundly defeated a quality Loveland squad by a final score of 9-1. Rollie Sheriff (1-0) was very impressive in his first career varsity start, pitching six innings and allowing just one earned run. Sheriff scattered six hits and two walks on the day while striking out four. The Mason defense was solid behind him, highlighted by a couple of spectacular plays by sophomore shortstop Joe Powell. Ben Kraus pitched a scoreless seventh in relief for Mason, allowing a couple of hits while striking out one.

After trailing 1-0 after one, Mason responded quickly - scoring three times in the third. Nick Northcut and Jace Robinson led the inning off with a single and double respectively, before Matt Deskins (ground out) and D.J. Fluker (single) each produced RBI at bats. The Comets then batted around in the fourth, scoring four times to take firm command of this game. Leaders on offense for Mason included:

Jace Robinson: 3 for 4, double
D.J. Fluker: 2 for 3, 2 RBI's
Nick Northcut: 2 for 3, RBI
Matt Deskins: 3 QAB's, SAC, single, RBI
Evan Haas: double, 2 RBI's

4/19 @ West lost 7-6 11-4 7-4  

Mason and Lakota West battled back and forth in a key GMC matchup at West on Wednesday night, with the Firebirds outlasting the Comets in extra innings by a final score of 7-6. Will Pfennig started the game on the mound for Mason and, despite not having his best command, competed hard and kept the Comets in the game before exiting after four innings of work. Pfennig allowed an earned run on just one hit while walking five and striking out six. Will MacLean (1-1) came on in the fifth and finished the game for Mason.

Mason trailed 1-0 after one before scoring three runs in the third to hold a 3-1 lead heading in to the fifth. In that third inning, four consecutive base hits from Joe Powell (double), Evan Haas (single), Michael Hall (single), and Nick Northcut (double), produced the three runs. Lakota West responded with four runs of their own in their half of the fifth to take a 5-3 lead. The Comets came right back in the top of the sixth, scoring three times to go up 6-5. West scored a run in their half of the sixth to tie things up at 6-6, and we remained deadlocked until the bottom of the eighth. In the Firebird eighth inning, a lead-off drag bunt for a hit and subsequent SAC bunt that was mishandled by the Mason infield put runners at second and third with nobody out. Following an intentional walk to load the bases, West executed yet another bunt - this time a safety squeeze to end the ballgame. Leaders on offense for Mason included:

Evan Haas: 3 for 4, RBI
Joe Powell: double, two walks
Nick Northcut, double, 2 RBI's
Kadeen Beermann: pinch hit double

The Comets are back in action against Lakota West again on Friday, April 21st - this time hosting the Firebirds at Prasco Park at 7:00 PM as part of the Cincinnati Reds Futures Showcase. Mason (11-4, 7-4) finds themseles only a couple games off the pace in the GMC title race.

4/21

Lakota West

@ Prasco Park

7:00

lost 5-0 11-5 7-5  
Mason dropped a key GMC game 5-0 to Lakota West at Prasco Park on Friday night as part of the Cincinnati Reds Futures Series.  In a well-pitched game by both teams, The Comets' defense failed to execute in a couple of key moments, which led to Lakota West scoring four unearned runs in the game.  In addition, the Mason offense was held largely in check the entire night - generating just five base hits (all singles).

Nick Northcut (3-2) was the starter for Mason, and deserved a better fate.  He allowed just one earned run on six hits with three walks and four strikeouts in his five and 1/3 innings of work.  Joey Bowlin pitched the final inning and 2/3 for Mason, allowing no earned runs, two hits, and no walks while striking out one.

Mason (11-5 overall, 7-5 GMC)  is now three games behind co-leaders Lakota West and Fairfield in the GMC with six league games remaining.  The Comets travel to Oak Hills on Monday, April 24th to begin their two-game series against the Highlanders.  Oak Hills will visit Mason on Wednesday, April 26th.

 

 

4/24 @ Oak Hills lost 4-1 11-6 7-6  
The Comets failed to take advantage of another strong performance by their pitching staff, dropping a 4-1 decision at Oak Hills last Monday afternoon.  All four of the Oak Hills runs were unearned as a result of two infield errors as the Highlanders scored twice in the first and twice again in the sixth.

Rollie Sheriff (1-1) gave Mason another quality start, pitching 5 1/3 innings.  He allowed no earned runs and just three hits to go with three walks and five strikeouts.  Ben Kraus came on in relief in the sixth to record the final two Oak Hills outs.  He allowed no earned runs, no hits, no walks and struck out one.

The Mason offense generated just five base hits on the day as an overall lack of offense and spotty defense at key moments in the game continue to plague the Comets.  Highlights on offense for Mason today included:

Nick Northcut:  2 for 3
J.P. Sponseller:  pinch hit double, RBI

The Comets conclude their two-game series with Oak Hills at home on Wednesday, April 26th at 5:00 PM.
4/26 Oak Hills won 10-3 12-6 8-6  
Fueled by a solid team effort in all phases of the game, the Comets got back in the win column on Wednesday- defeating Oak Hills at home by a final score of 10-3.  Will Pfennig (3-1) started and won the game for the Comets, pitching the first five innings.  He allowed three earned runs on six hits and three walks to go with four strikeouts.  Joey Bowlin and Zach Prusinski each pitched one scoreless inning in relief.

The Comets jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first and added single runs in the second and fourth before blowing the game open with a five-run fifth.  Leaders on offense for Mason included:

Joe Powell:  2 for 4, triple, double, walk
Nick Northcut:  2 for 2, 2 doubles, 2 walks, 2 RBI's
Evan Haas:  3 for 3, SAC Fly, 3 RBI's
Jace Robinson:  2 for 2, double, 2 RBI's

Michael Hall:  single, walk, HBP, RBI, 3 runs scored

Next up Mason (12-6, 8-6) will host Middletown today (Friday). The Comets will play a non-conference double header on Saturday versus Kings. The first game gets underway at 11:00 at the Mason Varsity Field. Kings and Mason will play an evening game at Prasco Park beginning at 6:30 pm.

4/28 Middletown            
4/29

Kings

11:30 AM

           
4/29

Kings

@ Prasco Park

6:30 PM

           
5/1 @ Middletown            
5/3 @ Sycamore            
5/4 St. Xavier            
5/5 Sycamore            
5/6

LaSalle

12:00 PM

           
               
               

 


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Softball
SEASON STATS

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall
Record
GMC
Record
Box Score Game Highlights
3/27 Oak Hills won 7-0 1-0 1-0  

The Comets are 1-0 following their GMC 7-0 shutout and opening day victory over Oak Hills on Monday, March 27. Mason Softball was led by strong pitching by Elle Buffenbarger who only gave up one hit.


Leading 3-0 going into the bottom of the 4th, the Comets pulled away with 4 more runs as they batted around. Abby Mullins had a great day going 3 for 3. Zoe Bishop collected 2 RBis on 2 hits including a triple. Meg Hubbard and Ali Weekly were also 2 for 4 on the day.


The Comets are back in action as they visit GMC foe, Lakota West on Wednesday, March 29th.

3/29 @ Lakota West won 2-0 2-0 2-0   Mason Softball earned another GMC win on Wednesday, March 29th. The Comets outlasted Lakota West 4-3 in an extra inning affair.
3/31 Princeton           The Comets home game vs. Princeton was rained out on Friday, March 31st and rescheduled for April 21st at 5:00 pm.
4/2 @ Lebanon 1:00 lost 2-0 2-1 2-0  

The Girls Softball team played a rare Sunday contest at Lebanon on April 2nd. The Comets sufferred their first loss of the season at Lebanon by a final score of 2-0.

Mason (2-1, 2-0) hopes to get back on track today (Monday, April 3rd) when they visit Colerain.

4/3 @ Colerain won 16-0 3-1 3-0  

The Comets are 3-1 following their GMC 16-0 shut out against Colerain on Monday April 3. Mason Softball won in 5 innings despite the pouring rain.

Elle Buffenbarger pitched a no hitter. The Comets had great hitting by everyone. They also continue to have flawless defense. Ali Weekly went 3-4 with a GRAND SLAM.


The Comets play Hamilton at home on Wednesday April 5.

4/5 Hamilton 4:30 won 10-0 4-1 4-0  

Last Wednesday, Mason Softball defeated Hamilton 10-0 in 6 innings to move to 4-0 in the GMC. Elle Buffenbarger pitched a shut out with 12 strike outs in 6 innings. The Comets continue their excellent defense. Ali Weekly and Olivia Popovich went 2-3 from the plate along with Zoe Bishop with 2 doubles. The Comets had a 3 RBI hit from pinch hitter Hannah Lea that pushed the Comets ahead by 6 runs. The win was a great team effort!

 

4/6 @ Middletown           Postponed
4/7 @ Centerville 6:00 won 10-0 5-1 4-0  

Mason Softball played a double header Friday night. The Comets defeated Centerville in 6 innings 10-0 in the first game. Katie DeBord had her first Varsity start and recorded the win. Meg Hubbard had a 3 RBI double and the rest of the comets helped produce offense.

Mason traveled to Hebron, Ohio to play Hebron Lakewood on Saturday for a double header. They are the 2016 Division II State Champions. The Comets lost the first game 0-2. The Comets battled in the second game but lost 1-2 in 10 innings.

The Comets are at Sycamore Monday April 10 to continue their GMC play.

4/7 @ Greenville 8:00 won 6-0 6-1 4-0   The Comets played Greenville in the night cap, a strong Division II softball program. Elle Buffenbarger pitched a 6-0 shutout for the Comets. Strong defense and offense helped produce the win.
4/8 @ Hebron Lakewood 12:00 lost 2-0 6-2 4-0  

Mason traveled to Hebron, Ohio to play Hebron Lakewood on Saturday for a double header. They are the 2016 Division II State Champions. The Comets lost the first game 0-2.

4/8 @ Hebron Lakewood 2:00 lost 2-1 6-3 4-0  

The Comets battled in the second game but lost 1-2 in 10 innings.

The Comets are at Sycamore Monday April 10 to continue their GMC play.

4/10 @ Sycamore won 13-1 7-3 5-0  

Mason Softball moved to 5-0 in the GMC with a 13-1 win in 5 innings at Sycamore on Monday.. The Comets are 7-3 overall.

Elle Buffenbarger was the winning pitcher. Brooke Rice crushed a Grand Slam over the right field fence . The Comets also had hits by Zoe Bishop, Tori O'Brien, Ali Weekley, Jill Aquilia, Olivia Popovich and Abbey Mullins.

The Comets play Fairfield at home on Wednesday April 12, 2017.

4/12 Fairfield won 4-1 8-3 6-0  

Mason Softball moves to 6-0 in the GMC

Mason Softball beats Fairfield 4-1 on Wednesday, April 12th. . Elle Buffenbarger was the winning pitcher. Meg Hubbard made a diving catch and had the first RBI of the game. Elana Harrison went 3-3 with a home run. Ali Weekley went 2-3 at the plate and Zoe Bishop added a home run. The Comets played great defense.

The Comets travel to Northmont on Saturday 4/22. The Comets have a tough GMC schedule next week including, Oak Hills, Lakota West and Lakota East.

4/13 @ East           Postponned to 4/20
4/15 @ Northmont won 8-0 9-3 6-0  

Mason Beats Northmont 8-0

Mason beats Northmont Saturday 4-15-2017
The Comets had a pitching combination of Elle Buffenbarger and Katie DeBord. Brooke Rice had a 3 run home run on her 18th Birthday and also a double. Olivia Popovich added 3 hits. Zoe Bishop and Elle Buffenbarger added 2 hits each. The Comets return to GMC play Monday April 17 at Oak Hills.

4/17 @ Oak Hills won 11-1 10-3 7-0  

It was Mason 11 Oakhills 1in softball action on Monday, April 17th. Mason Comets Softball advance to 7-0 in GMC

Elle Buffenbarger was the winning pitcher. Brooke Rice and Zoe Bishop went 4-5 at the plate and Olivia Popovich went 3-4.

The Comets (10-3) play Lakota West at home on Wednesday. Come out and support the softball team as they play a GMC rival. Mason will makeup a game at Lakota East on Thursday, April 20th.

4/19 West won 4-3 11-3 8-0  

Mason Softball battled against GMC rival Lakota West to win 4-3 in 8 innings on Wednesday!
Elle Buffenbarger was the winning pitcher. Ali Weekley hit in a run in the bottom of 2. Abby Mullins hit in a run to make it 2-0 in the bottom of the 3rd inning. Brooke Rice had an RBI in the 4th inning to make it 3-1.

West tied up the game in the top of the 6th , 3-3. No score in the 6 th or 7 th inning. The Comets executed a squeeze play with a bunt by Brooke Rice and Tori O'Brien crossed home plate to win the game in the bottom of 8.

Next up the leagues top two teams will meet at Lakota East this afternoon. Both the Thunderhawks (10-0) and Comets (8-0) are undefeated in GMC play this season. Game time at East is set for 5:00 PM.

On Friday, the girl's softball team will host Princeton in a double-header with game times at 5:00 and 6:30 pm.

4/20 @ East (makeup from 4/13)          

SUSPENDED

Mason and East's big battle of the GMC undefeated Thursday night was suspended in the fourth inning. The Comets held a 2-0 lead when the rains came. The contest will be resumed on Tuesday, April 25th at East.

The Comets (11-3, 8-0) will host Princeton tonight in a GMC doubleheader.

4/21 Princeton 5:00 won 10-0      

 

4/21 Princeton 6:30 won 11-0 13-3 10-0  

Last Friday, Mason Softball defeatedPrinceton in a double header.

In the first game Mason 10 Princeton 0 in 5 innings. Elle Buffenbarger was the winning pitcher and recorded all 15 outs with strikeouts.

In the nightcap it was Mason 11 Princeton 0 in 5 innings. Katie DeBord was the winning pitcher and recorded her second shut out of the season. 

Mason plays at home today against Colerain. The Comets will finish last weeks suspended contest at Lakota East on Tuesday. The Comets lead 2-0 in the top of the fourth inning.

Masons overall record stands at 13-3 and 10-0 in the GMC.

4/24 Colerain won 9-1 14-3 11-0  

Mason Softball earned a 9-1 win over Colerain on Monday. Mason is 11-0 in the GMC and 14-3 overall.


Elle Buffenbarger was the winning pitcher. Brooke Rice added a home run. Brooke also picked a runner off second base that was napping. It was a great defensive play.


Great team effort by the Comets!

4/25 @ Lakota East (resumed) won 8-1 15-3 12-0  

Mason beats East 8-1 yesterday in the resumption of a previously suspended game. The Comets take the solo lead in the GMC with the win and one more game remaining with East on May 5th.
Elle Buffenbarger was the winning pitcher and only allowed one hit in the game.


The game started in the top of 4. The Comets were leading 2-0 with  2 outs and Brooke Rice up to bat with a 2-1 count. Jill Aquilia was on third. Senior Brooke Rice hit the first pitch for a single and drove in the run making it 3-0. Zoe Bishop steps up and drives one off the left field fence. Elana Harrison is next with a double followed by Elle Buffenbarger with a single and then Hannah Lea drives in 2 more runs. The Comets start off with a 7-0 lead. The Comets were able to add one more to make 8-0 coming into the bottom of 7.


The Comets 12-0 in the GMC 15-3 overall will travel to Hamilton on Wednesday.

4/26 @ Hamilton won 11-0 16-3 13-0  

Mason beat Hamilton 11-0 in 5 innings on Wednesday to keep their GMC record perfect at 13-0 (16-3 overall). Elle Buffenbarger was the winning pitcher and pitched a no hitter only allowing 1 base runner. Brooke Rice was 3-3 at the plate. The rest of the Comets contributed with hits as well.

The Comets play a double header at home on Friday against Middletown. They will then travel to Kentucky on Saturday to play Scott County High School.

4/28

Middletown

5:00

           
4/28

Middletown

6:30

           
4/29

@ Blue Grass/Buckeye Classic 8:00

vs. Scott County

           
5/1 Sycamore            
5/3 @ Fairfield            
5/5 Lakota East            
5/6 @ Gahanna Lincoln 1:00            
5/6

@ Hilliard Bradley

5:00 PM

           
               


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Boys Tennis

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall
Record
GMC
Record
Individual Results
4/4 Lakota West won 5-0 1-0 1-0

Mason boys tennis opened their season on Tuesday with a 5-0 shutout of Lakota West. See scores below:

Reddy d. E. Isele 6-2, 6-4
Krayterman d. Lindsey 6-2, 6-1
D. MacKenzie d. Barnholtz 6-0, 6-0
C-MacKenzie-Viswanathan d. K Isele-Reedy 6-0, 6-1
Singuri-Cepeda d. Blake-Kovacs 6-0, 6-0

Next up the team will visit Lakota East on Thursday, April 6th.

4/6 @ Lakota East        

The Mason Tennis contest at Lakota East on Thurdsay was postponed. No makeup date provided.

Next up the Comets are at New Albany/St. Charles on Saturday.

4/8 @ New Albany/St. Charles lost 3-2

1-1

2-1

1-0

Mason traveled to New Albany on Saturday for a pair of matches. In the first match the Comets fell 3-2 to New Albany. See results below:


R Cash (NA) d. Goli 6-0, 6-2
Jose (NA) d Komatineni 4-6, 6-4, 6-4
Green (NA) d. 7-6, 3-6, 6-4
MacKenzie-Singuri (M) d. A Cash-Mathes 6-7, 6-4, 6-1
Krayterman-Viswanathan (M) d. Yan-Vanadani 6-2, 6-4

In the 2nd match on Saturday, Mason resumed their winning ways defeating St. Charles 5-0. See results below;

Goli d. Dabek 6-1, 6-2
Komatineni d. Yabakov 4-6, 7-5, 10-7
Srinath d. V Thai 6-1, 7-6
D. MacKenzie-C. MacKenzie d. Gonela-Q Thai 6-1, 6-4
Zutshi-Cepeda d. Morrison-Niermeyer 6-1, 6-1

Next up Mason will host Hamilton on Tuesday, April 11th.

4/11 Hamilton won 5-0 3-1 2-0

The Comet Boys Tennis team shutout Hamilton at home on Tuesday, 5-0. See scores below:

Stocker d. Thomas 6-0, 6-0
Mehta d. Jackson 6-0, 6-1
Kraus d. Pierson 6-0, 6-1
Chen-Gong d. Baker-Warren 6-0, 6-0
Yasnogorodsky-Patel d. Kosch-Hoelle 6-1, 6-1

NEXT: Mason (3-1, 2-0) will host Oak Hills on Wednesday, April 12th.

4/12 Oak Hills won 5-0 4-1 3-0

Mason blanked Oak Hills on Wednesday, April 12th 5-0. See scores below:

Srinath d. Bilbao 6-1, 6-1
Boulos d. Adelhardt 6-0, 6-1
MacKenzie d. Armbruster 6-0, 6-2
Narvekar-Mehta d. Green-Cole 6-0, 6-2
Yasnogorodsky-Patel d. Gross-Ryland 6-0, 6-1

4/13 @ Sycamore won 4-1 5-1 4-0

The Comets tennis team goest to 4-0 in the GMC on Thursday, April 13th, defeating rival Sycamore 4-1. See scores below:

Komatineni (M) d. Stern 7-5, 6-3
Goli (M)d. Zhang 6-1, 6-2
Reddy (M) d. Liou 6-2, 6-2
Karev-Marcus (S) d. MacKenzie-Singuri 6-3, 7-5
Viswantathan-Zutshi (M) d. Sekar-Bolger 6-2, 1-6, 6-4

 

4/14 East won 5-0 6-1 5-0

Mason stays undefeated in the GMC (5-0) with a 5-0 shutout of Lakota East on Friday, April 14th. See scores below:

Goli d. Holden 6-0, 6-2
Srinath d. Sacha 6-0, 6-0
MacKenzie d. Hoke 6-1, 6-3
Krayterman-Singuri d. Hall/Spaulding 6-1, 7-5
Zutshi-Boulos d. Cho/Cho 6-0, 6-2

Next up Mason will visit Princeton today, Tues,, April 18th.

4/18 @ Princeton won 5-0 7-1 6-0

Mason shutout Princeton 5-0 on Tuesday. See details below:

Krayterman d. Cunningham 6-0, 6-2
Mehta d. Foster 6-3, 6-0
Thompson d. Medina 6-3, 6-0
C MacKenzie- D MacKenzie d. Corcienga-Schal 6-0, 6-0
Yasnogorodsky-Patel d. Schwarber-Tulles 6-0, 6-0

4/19 Turpin won 5-0 7-1 7-0

Mason defeated Turpin on Wednesday by a final score of 5-0. See details below:

Komatineni d. Wendel 6-1, 6-4
Srinath d. Caruso 6-4, 6-1
Boulos d. Muscatello 6-7, 6-4, 11-9
C MacKenzie-Viswanathan d. Wantz-Borger 6-1, 6-1
D MacKenzie-Cepeda d. Reynolds-Kovach 6-0, 6-0.

The 7-1 Comets (5-0 GMC) will be back in action today at home versus Colerain. On Friday they will host Seven Hills.

4/20 Colerain won 5-0 8-1 8-0

Mason Boys Tennis record stays unblemished in the GMC with a record of 8-0 after shutting out Colerain 5-0 on Thursday. See scores below:

Komatineni d. Laskey 6-4, 6-0
Viswanathan d. Lorenz 6-2, 6-0
Krayterman d. Burnandt 6-2, 6-0
Srinath-Singuri d. Rioux-Snyder 6-0, 6-0
Boulos-Cepeda d. Burkart-Perry 6-0, 6-0

Next up Mason will host Seven Hills in a non-conference battle today (Friday).

4/21 Seven Hills won 4-1 9-1  

Mason defeated Seven Hills last Friday, 4-1. See scores below:

Komatineni (M) d. Williams 3-6, 6-4, 10-7

Krayterman (M) d.  Sun 6-4, 6-1

Yuan (SH) d. Sameera 6-2, 6-1

C MacKenzie- D MacKenzie (M) d. Shim-Vagal 6-4, 6-0

Avasarala-Stocker (M) d. Schiff-Goldsmith 6-1, 6-4

4/23 @ Upper Arlington/Wellington won 4-1 10-1  

Mason defeated Upper Arlington in an away contest on Saturday by a 4-1 score. See results below:

Komatineni (M) d. Zelezny 6-2, 6-4

Goli (M) d. Cole 6-1, 6-0

Srinath (M) d. Hughes 7-6 (5), 7-5

Schadek-Reynolds (UA) d. Reddy-Singuri 6-4, 6-7 (5), 10-8

Viswanathan-Zutshi (M) d. 6-2, 6-3

4/24 @ Wellington won 5-0 11-1 7-0

The Comet tennis team won their 2nd contest of the day on Saturday, 4-1 at Wellington. See scores below:

Goli d. Biernat 6-4, 6-2

Reddy d. Marshall 6-0, 6-0

Viswanathan d. Reddy 6-2, 6-1

Komatineni-Zutshi d. Ball-Dairo 6-2, 6-1

Singuri-Boulos d. Sorrels-Young 6-1, 7-5

Mason is 11-1 overall and 7-0 in the GMC heading into the final two weeks of the regular season. They will participate in the GCTCA Coaches Classic this week.

Next up the Comets will visit Middletown on Tuesday then play another away contest at Beavercreek later that evening.

4/25 @ Middletown won 5-0 12-1 8-0

Mason defeated Middletown 5-0 on Tuesday afernoon. See scores below:

Cepeda d. Ramsey 6-0, 6-0

Mehta d. Toscano 6-0, 6-0

Doshi d. Lewis 6-0, 6-0

Goli-Reddy d. Misirlioglu-Bunch 6-0, 6-0

Srinath-Zutshi d. Hicks – Samuels-Moore 6-0, 6-0

4/25

OTCA Team Tournament

vs. Beavercreek

won 5-0 13-1 8-0

The Comet tennis team advanced in the State OTCA Team Tournament on Tuesday with a 5-0 shutout of Beavercreek. See scores below:

Goli d. Orloff 6-1, 6-0

Reddy d. Gscheidle 6-1, 6-1

Srinath d. Zuo 6-0, 6-1

Viswanathan-Zutshi 6-3, 6-7 (5), 10-4.

Cepeda-Boulos d. Guthrie-Enukonda 6-0, 6-2

Mason will participate in the GCTCA Coaches Classic Thursday-Saturday this week. Mason is 13-1 overall and 8-0 in the GMC. They are ranked #1 in the city and #2 in recent State Polls.

4/27-4/29

GCTCA Coaches Classic

@ Mason

         
5/1 CCD          
5/3 @ Indian Hill          
5/4 Fairfield          
5/6-5/8

GMC Tourney

@ Mason

         
             
             

 


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Boys Volleyball

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Record GMC Record

Game Highlights / Notes

4/5 @ Chaminade lost

22-25, 25-18, 25-17, 25-22   

0-1  

The Comets Boys Volleyball team opened their season on Wednesday, at Chaminade. Mason fell in the contest 22-25, 25-18, 25-17, 25-22.

No report of scores yet for home opener Thursday against Sycamore.

Next up Mason is at LaSalle on Saturday, April 8th.

4/6 Sycamore won 25-17,17-25,26-24,26-24 1-1 1-0 Mason volleyball won their GMC home opener on Thursday defeating Sycamore 25-17,17-25,26-24,26-24.
4/8 @ Lasalle lost 25-11,25-5,25-14 1-2  

Mason fell to Lasalle on Saturday, 25-11,25-5,25-14.

Next up the Comet Volleyball team will visit Fairfield on Tuesday, April 11.

4/11 @ Fairfield lost 25-16,25-15,25-14 1-3 1-1

Boys Volleyball fell at Fairfield last night 25-16,25-15,25-14. Senior Jason Gilstorf did a great job of all around play in the losing effort.

NEXT: Mason (1-3) will visit Xenia on Wednesday, April 12th.
4/12 @ Xenia won  25-16, 25-11, 25-10   2-3 1-1

Mason Volleyball knocked off Xenia  25-16, 25-11, 25-10  on Wednesday, April 12th.

The Comets (2-3, 1-1) are back in action tonight at Princeton.

4/18 @ Princeton lost 25-22,25-20,25-21 2-4 1-2

Mason volleyball lost to Princeton 25-22,25-20,25-21 on Tuesday night. The team was led by senior Ryan Jeffers with 10 kills.

Up next Mason will host league leader Lakota East tonight (Thursday).

4/20 Lakota East lost 25-10, 25-22, 24-26, 25-13 2-5 1-3

Mason boys volleyball fell to league leader Lakota East last night 25-10, 25-22, 24-26, 25-13.

Next up the Comets will host a tri-match with Milford and Monroe on Saturday, April 22nd.

4/22

Tri Match

vs. Milford/Monroe

won

won

25-12, 25-20  

25-12, 25-20  

4-5 1-3

The Mason volleyball team earned two wins at a home tri-match on Saturday. In the first contest they defeated Monroe 25-12, 25-20. In the 2nd match of the day they knocked down Milford 25-16, 25-18.

Next up Mason (4-5, 1-3) will host Colerain today (Monday). The Comets visit Oak Hills on Tuesday.

4/24 Colerain won 25-12,25-12,25-10 5-5 2-3 Boys volleyball won their third match in a row on Monday defeating colerain 25-12,25-12,25-10.
The win was a total team effort.
4/25 @ Oak Hills lost 25-6, 25-22, 25-18       5-6 2-4

The Comets lost at Oak Hills last night, 25-6, 25-22, 25-18.

Next up Mason will visit Middletown on Thursday, April 27th.      

4/26 Hamilton won 25-15,25-11,25-9. 6-6 2-4 Mason defeated Hamilton 25-15 25-11 25-9 on Wednesday at home. There was great serving from senior Max Braze with 12 aces.
4/27 @ Middletown won 25-17, 25-20, 25-21    7-6 3-4

The Comets made it two GMC wins in a row with a 25-17, 25-20, 25-21   win at Middletown on Thursday night.

Next up Mason will participate in a quad match at Loveland on Saturday.

4/29

Quad Match

@ Loveland

         
5/1 @ Carroll          
5/3 Lakota West          
5/8 @ McNicholas          
5/9 @ St. Xavier          
5/10 Roger Bacon          
5/11 Kettering Fairmont          
             
             



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Boys Track
Date Event Team Placings Game Highlights
3/25 Kings Relays  

Saturday, March 25th the Mason Boys Track team had their first meet at Kings HS. The Comets swept virtually every race and every field event. Some big highlights of the day included the efforts of discus throwers Cole Marvin and Luke Sack along with a great crew of hurdle runners led by Andrew Kemme.


The Mason distance crew was solid as always with newcomer Max Mitchell, who appeared unstoppable on Saturday..


Overall, the boys had a great day are looking forward to building as they move forward this spring. Next up for the Comets is the Waynesville Invite on Friday, April 7th.

4/7 Waynesville Invitational    
4/7

GMC vs. GWOC Track Invite

@ Sycamore

 

The Mason boy's track and field team competed on Friday night at Sycamore in what is dubbed the "Clash of the Titans". This is a meet with the best of the GMC vs. the best of the GWOC conferences. Although most teams rested some key guys, the Comets did come out on top and looked great in the process. They won the meet in big fashion and did so by getting lots of 2nds and 3rds all night.


The big wins were the 4x100 relay team of Penn, Kemme, Hudnell and McNulty and Abel Nijakowski who came up big in the 1600 with a win. We also had great production out of Matt Miller who ran lights out in his races, along with pup Akari Porter, who is proving to be the real deal. Jack Troy put his nose into some big races with some great runners and Chris Simmons had a personal best long jump as well.

Overall, it was a solid night with lots of promise for the future. Next the boys will compete at the Centerville Relays on Friday, April 14th.

4/13 Harrison Invite    
4/14 Centerville Relays  

On Friday night, April 14th, the Comet Boys Track Team of went to the Elk Relays at Centerville. This meet had solid competition and the men of Mason were able to come out on top. The meet was a relay format, and we took wins in a few areas, but many seconds and thirds.

The big win of the night was the 4x400 relay, where the team of Porter, Mitchell, Ashraf, and Cobb ran to the state's 2nd best time, and a great victory. The men of the 4x100 also won, that was a team of Penn, Miller, Sora and McNulty. The team also got great production out of Cole Marvin in the Discus and Josh Huber in the pole vault. The distance boys did their thing and racked up many points and we also had a great showing from the hurdle crew who set a new school record in the shuttle hurdles. (Kemme, French, Nelson and Witmer Gautsch) It was a great night and the trophy went to Matt Miller for his outstanding performances.

Next up the boys will participate in the Westerville South Invite on Friday, April 21st.

4/21 Westerville South Invite  

Friday night the Comets traveled to the Westerville South Wildcat Invitational.

It was a tough meet with good competition and for most of the night the Comets were well behind in the scoring. Mason had a few tough events turn against them but in the end we came out on top by a very narrow margin.

The team had wins in a 4x800 the 4x100 and 4x400.

Josh Huber also won the pole vault, and Hayden Cobb had a great time getting 2nd in the 400 dash.  Abel Nijakowski continued to run well, as he placed 2nd in the 3200.    

Overall, the team did well considering a few tough setbacks. Mason boys will participate in the Wayne Warrior Classic on Thursday and Friday this week.

4/21 Elder Invite    
4/27-4/28 Wayne Warrior Invite    
4/27 Little Miami Invitational    
       
5/2 Kings Invite  

 

5/5 Mason Invitational (senior night)    
5/10-5/12

GMC Championships

@ Mason

   
5/17-5/19

District Championships

@ Mason

   
       
       


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Girls Track


Date Event Team Placings Game Highlights
3/25 Kings Relays  

The girls track and field team had a strong start to the outdoor season winning the Kings Relays on March 25th. The team had many great performances including several first and second place finishes.

1st place relays:
Shuttle hurdles
4x400
4x100
Sprint medley
4x800
3x300 hurdles
Discus
Shot put
Pole vault

Standout individual performances included:
Amaya King- 1st place in both the shot put and discus
Nicole Bagby- 1st in the pole vault
Larkin Pitts - 1st in the high jump

 

Next up for the Mason Girls is the Waynesville Invite on Friday, April 7th.

4/7 Waynesville Invitational  

The Mason Girls B track and field team had a great showing on Friday night at the Waynesville Invitational. The Lady Comets had some tough competition against 14 Dayton area teams earning 53 points and finishing 3rd overall.

1st Place finishers:
4X100 Relay team - Quinn Robinson, Brianna Porter, Natalie Brown, and Regan Morton

2nd Place finishers:
4x800 Relay Team - Kendal Watkins, Morgan Watkins, Megan Miller, and Katie Griffiths
4x200 Relay Team - Quinn Robinson, Regan Morton, Natalie Cocca, Brianna Porter
Rue Whitmore - 3200 Meter Run

3rd Place finishers:
Brooke Harvey - 3200 Meter Run

The Mason B team will compete on Thursday at the Harrison Invite

4/7

GMC vs. GWOC Track Invite

@ Sycamore

 

The Mason girls track and field team had a great showing on Friday night at the Clash of the Titans hosted by Sycamore. This meet featured seven GMC teams vs. seven GWOC teams facing off on a very windy evening. The Lady Comets dominated the competition, combining for 148 points and a first place finish. Northmont was 2nd with 77, followed by Wayne with 60.33 points.

1st Place finishers:
Amaya King - Shot Put
Ellie Brush - 1600
Jordan Dawson - 300 Hurdles
Maddie Ullom - 400
Lily Hallum, Katherine Berry, Nicki Baehre, Mackenzie Berryman - 4 x 800

2nd Place finishers:
Lakin Pitts - High Jump
Nicole Bagby - Pole Vault
Ellie Brush - 800
Maddie Ullom - 200
Mackenzie Snyder, Regan Snyder, Maddie Ullom, Lily Hallum - 4 x 400

3rd Place finishers:
Madison Schauer - High Jump
Bella Dunn - High Jump
Faith Min - 1600
Lily Hallum - 800
Mariah Green, Asia Washington, Grace Tang, Lexie Lucius - 4x100

The ladies will compete Friday night at the Centerville Relays.

4/13 Harrison Invite  

The girls track and field B team ran great on Thursday night, April 13th at the Harrison Wildcats Invite. The Lady Comets competed well against the competition and placed 3rd out of 15 teams, with 72.5 points.

1st Place finishers:
Lindsey Learned - 1600 Meter Run
Brooke Harvey - 3200 Meter Run

2nd Place finishers:
Morgan Watkins, Kendall Watkins, Ally Kouche, Catherine Berry - 4x800 Meter Relay
Rue Whitmore - 1600 Meter Run

3rd Place finishers:
Amy Satterthwaite - 800 Meter Run

The ladies B team will compete Thursday night at the Rally's Elder Invite.

4/14 Centerville Relays  

The Girls Track & Field team placed 2nd overall at the Centerville Elks Relays on Friday night, April 14. It was a competitive field of 15 teams from the Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus areas. A great team effort by all, brought the Comets within 6 points of 1st place Hilliard Darby.

1st Place finishers:
4x400 - Maddie Ullom, Kaylie Connors, Regan Snyder, Faith Minn
Sprint Medley - Quinn Robinson, Asia Washington, Mariah Green, Maddie Ullom
Shot Put - Amaya King

2nd Place finishers:
4 x 300 Hurdles- Kirsten Riley, Lakin Steedly, Alexia Thomas, Jordan Dawson
High Jump - Lakin Pitts

3rd Place finishers:
4 x 200 - Mariah Green, Maddie Ullom, Reagan Morton, Jordan Dawson
4 x 800 - Faith Min, Mackenzie Berryman, Nicki Baehre, Lily Hallum
Discus - Amaya King
Long Jump - Grace Tang

4th Place finishers:
4 x 1600 - Ellie Brush, Ailee Henderson, Lily Hallum, Elizabeth Atkins
4 x 100 - Quinn Robinson, Asia Washington, Mariah Green, Reagan Morton
1600 Steeplechase Relay -Lakin Steedly, Regan Snyder, Mackenzie Snyder, Jordan Dawson

The Varsity girls will compete at the Westerville South Invitational this Friday.

4/21 Westerville South Invite  
The Girls Track and Field Team won the Westerville South Invitational on Friday night by accumulating 209.5 team points to Westerville South's 88 points.  It was a night of many top finishes and great performances.  

Amaya King won the shot put (45'10")  and the discus (136'3") with personal best throws, setting new school records in both events!  The team was beyond excited for her. Overall the girls combined for 12 first place finishes, an outstanding team effort.

1st place finishers:  
Long jump - Grace Tang
Triple jump - Grace Tang
Shot Put - Amaya King
Discus - Amaya King
Pole Vault - Nicole Bagby
4x800 - Ellie Brush, Faith Min, Nicki Baehre, Amy Satterthwaite
4x200 - Jordan Dawson, Maddie Ullom, Mariah Green, Regan Snyder
200 - Mariah Green
400 - Maddie Ullom
800 - Lily Hallum
1600 - Lily Hallum
3200 - Ailee Henderson

2nd place finishers:
High Jump - Lakin Pitts
Discus - Jennifer Iroh
Triple Jump - Lincey Zhu
800 - Nicki Baehre
3200 - Brooke Harvey
4x400 - Ellie Brush, Jordan Dawson, Kaylie Connors, Regan Snyder

3rd place finishers:  
200 - Maddie Ullom
400 -Kaylie Connors
1600 - Faith Min
4x100 - Azhya Washington, Mariah Green, Grace Tang, Reagan Morton

 

The girls will compete this week at the Wayne Invitational in Huber Heights on Thursday and Friday.

4/21 Elder Invite  

The Girls Track & Field Varsity B team placed 1st overall at the Elder Rally's Invitational on Thursday night.  Competition was great between 8 other Cincinnati Catholic and GMC schools.  Seton came in 2nd place with 124 points and Oak Hills in 3rd with 106.50 points.


1st Place finishers:

4x800 Meter Relay - Mackenzie Berryman, Catherine Berry, Kendall Watkins, Megan Miller

4x200 Meter Relay - Lauren Austin, Milan McNulty, Natalie Cocca, Aliyah El-Naggar

4x100 Meter Relay - Quinn Robinson, Brianna Porter, Brittney Keys, Lauren Austin

4X400 Meter Relay - Jenna Burns, Mackenzie Snyder, Sophie Bause, Aliyah El-Naggar

3200 Meter Run - Rue Whitmore


2nd Place finishers:

1600 Meter Run - Lindsey Learned

800 Meter Run - Kendall Watkins

3200 Meter Run - Elizabeth Atkins

High Jump - Madison Schauer

Pole Vault - Clara Russell


3rd Place finishers:

100 Meter Hurdles - Taylorae Dunn

1600 Meter Run - Morgan Watkins

400 Meter Dash - Jenna Burns

300 Meter Hurdles - Alexia Thomas

High Jump - Bella Dunn

Long Jump - Morgan Lewis

Pole Vault - Jessica Nelson


4th Place finishers:

100 Meter Hurdles - Alexia Thomas

300 Meter Hurdles - Kirsten Riley

Discus - Nadia Steinbicker

4/27-4/28 Wayne Warrior Invite    
4/27 Little Miami Invitational    
       
5/2 Kings Invite    
5/5 Mason Invitational (senior night)    
5/10-5/12

GMC Championships

@ Mason

   
5/17-5/19

District Championships

@ Mason

   
       
       

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Boys Lacrosse

 

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Record STAT REPORT

Game Highlights / Notes

3/25 @ Hudson lost 15-11 0-1  

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team traveled North to Hudson High School on Saturday, March 25th to take on one of Ohio’s perennial ten teams in the Explorers of Hudson and came home with a 11-15 loss. Mason got off to a great start in the first quarter going up 2-0 but Hudson came back quickly in the second to go up by 5. Mason closed the lead to 2 by the end of the 3rd quarter but Hudson held on to win it.

Sophomore attacker, Xander Wells lead all scorers with 3 goals and 1 assist and scoring was spread around the team after that with 2 goals by Senior attacker Noah Harrison, Junior attacker, Kevin Peischl and Junior midfielder, Austin Croy. Senior midfielder, Ethan Fedders and Junior midfielder Brady Smith added a goal each. Senior goalie, JJ Shaw was solid in goal with 8 saves and Sophomore midfielder Brenden Malloy secured an impressive 70% of the face-off’s to keep the field balanced throughout.

The Comets have their home opener on Wednesday, March 29th against Lakota West.

3/29 Lakota West won 7-5 1-1  

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team hosted the Lakota West Firebirds on Wednesday night March 29th and came away with a home opening win 7-5 in what ended up being a fairly tight game all night long.

Mason came out firing early with a quick goal by junior midfielder Austin Croy who caught the West defense off guard with a quick dodge and shoot, but it was a battle to the end after that with Mason always in the lead but West always fighting back. Senior attackman, Noah Harrison and Junior midfielder Austin Croy led all goal scorers with 2 each followed by senior midfielder Eric Thomas, and sophomores Xander Wells and Alex Draginoff with 1 goal each.

Junior defender Zak Holliday led in possession with 8 ground balls and 4 shot backups to keep possession on the side of Mason. Senior goalie, JJ Shaw was outstanding in goal with 13 saves to back up the Comet defense.

 

4/1 Dublin Coffman lost 11-10 1-2  

The Mason Boys lacrosse team hosted Dublin Coffman on Saturday April 1st and it was a tightly contested game the whole way. The Shamrocks of Coffman struck first but the score traded hands numerous times as both teams pushed each other all afternoon long. In the end, Dublin Coffman out lasted Mason 11-10 scoring the winning goal with under a minute left in regulation.

Leading in scoring for the Comets was senior midfielder Eric Thomas who had 3 goals and 1 assist. He was followed by senior attacker Noah Harrison, Junior midfielder, David Sun, and Sophomore attacker, Xander Wells with 2 goals each. Junior Austin Croy rounded out the scoring with a goal and an assist. Junior defender, Zak Holliday, led the team with ground balls with 7 and Senior, JJ Shaw, had 11 saves in goal. Sophomore face-off specialist, Brenden Malloy was steller on face offs winning an astounding 100% of the face-offs on the day.

The Comets travel to face undefeated Springboro on Wednesday, April 5th.

4/5 @ Springboro        

Wednesday's contest at Springboro was cancelled due to weather.

Next up the Comet Boys Lacrosse team will visit Mariemont on Friday, April 7th. On Saturday the team will host Olentangy.

4/7 @ Mariemont lost 6-3 1-3   The Mason Boys Lacrosse team travelled to Mariemont High School Friday, April 7th and came home with a disappointing defeat at the hands of the Warriors, 3-6. Senior Attacker, Noah Harrison, Senior midfielder, Eric Thomas, and Junior midfielder David Sun each had a goal to round out the goal scoring in what was a defensive battle up to the end. Senior goaltender, JJ Shaw, had 10 saves in goal but it wasn’t enough as the Warriors outlasted the Comets.
4/8 Olentangy won 8-7 OT 2-3  

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team hosted Columbus power Olentangy High School on Saturday night April 8th in what turned out to be the game of the year for the Comets thus far this season. The Comets took the Braves to 2 overtimes before Senior Attacker, Noah Harrison finished them off with the game winning goal and an 8-7 win.

Junior attackman, Kevin Peischl led all goal scorers with 3 goals, while Harrison finished with 2 goals total and 1 assist. Sophomore attacker, Xander Wells had 1 goal and 3 assists to lead all scorers with 4 points total. Junior midfielder, Connor Garry kept the carpet clean with 6 grounds balls to lead the Comets and Senior goaltender, JJ Shaw recorded the win in goal with 7 saves.

The Comets (2-3) next travel to Lexington Kentucky to face the 2016 Kentucky State Champions from Henry Clay High School on Saturday, April 15.

4/15 @ Henry Clay (KY) won 12-9 3-3  

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team traveled to Lexington Kentucky on Saturday April 15th and came home with a 12-9 victory over the Blue Devils of Henry Clay High School. Mason led or tied the whole way throughout the game but it was a tight contest all night. Senior attacker, Noah Harrison, and Sophomore attacker, Xander Wells, led all scorers with 4 points each on 3 goals and 1 assist per player. Junior attacker, Kevin Peischl and Senior midfielder, Eric Thomas were next with 2 goals each. Senior goaltender, JJ Shaw, was stellar in goal with 12 saves, and Junior defender, Zak Holliday led in ground balls with 4.

The Comets host league leading, Xavier High School on Wednesday April 19th.

4/19 St. Xavier lost 16-6 3-4  

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team hosted the #1 rated Bombers from St X on Wednesday, April 19th and lost 16-6. Mason was led in the scoring column by senior midfielder Eric Thomas who had 2 goals and 1 assist. Senior Noah Harrison, and Juniors Kevin Peischl and David Sun rounded out the scoring with a goal a piece. Ground ball recovery was led by senior defender Nick Bosticco with 3.

Next Mason Boys LAX will visit Loveland on Friday, April 21st.

4/21 @ Loveland won 14-9 4-4  

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team visited Loveland High School Friday night and came home with a solid 14-9 victory over the Tigers of Loveland.  Senior attacker, Noah Harrison, led all scorers with 7 points on 6 goals and 1 assist.  Sophomore attacker, Xander Wells was right behind him with 3 goals, and Senior midfielder, Eric Thomas and junior midfielder, David Sun, registered 2 a piece.  Junior defender, Zak Holliday, had a season high 12 ground balls leading the Comets on the night, and Senior goalie, JJ Shaw had 10 saves. 

The Comets travel to Springboro on Tuesday to make up a previously weather delayed game.

425 Springboro (makeup) lost 8-2 4-5  

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team travelled to Springboro High School on Tuesday night and came back with an 8-2 loss to the Panthers.  The Comets defense was solid with 10 saves by Senior Goalie, JJ Shaw, coupled with a solid defensive effort by seniors Parker Hopson and Nick Bosticco as well as juniors Zak Holliday and Cole Gallagher and sophomore Charlie Sipe.  Junior defensive midfielders Connor Garry and Brady Smith also provided solid defense along with Sophomore Alex Draginoff.   

The Comets now have to play back to back and face the Thunderhawks of Lakota East on Wednesday night which will also be Youth Night in Mason.


 

4/26 Lakota East won 16-7 5-5  

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team came back home on Wednesday, April 26th and rebounded from the previous night’s loss by besting the Lakota East Thunderhawks 16-7.  The Comets were led in scoring by Senior attacker Noah Harrison, and Sophomore attacker, Xander Wells with 5 goals each.  Junior attacker Kevin Peischl and Junior midfielder Austin Croy were second with 2 goals each.  Brenden Malloy and Zak Holliday added a goal a piece and numerous others were in the scoring column with assists.  Junior defensive midfielder Connor Garry led the team in ground ball recovery with 5 and senior goalie JJ Shaw had 8 saves in goal to notch the win. 

The Comets continue their heavy schedule with another game at Centerville on Friday night. The team will host Lexington Catholic on Saturday.

4/28 @ Centerville          
4/29 Lexington Catholic          
5/3 @ Moeller          
5/5 Milford          
5/6 @ Sycamore          
5/10 @ Elder          

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Girls Lacrosse

 

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Record

Game Highlights / Notes

3/21 @ Ursuline won 14-9 1-0

Mason HS Girls Lacrosse opened their 2017 season on Tuesday, March 21 with a 14-9 victory against Ursuline Academy. The Comets defense and goal keeping started strong shutting down UA at every turn. Mason pushed the ball up and the offense delivered with methodical precision. Mason jumped to an early lead and never looked back, controlling the game beginning to end. Comet goal scorers included Rhys Green, Julia Block, Sarah Thompson, Meghan Cole, Ally Petrina and Cate Millard. Platooning goalkeepers Bee Kuehn and Rachel Albers turned back a combined nine shots.

Our first home game of the season is Thursday night 3/23 versus Turpin HS. Junior Varsity game starts at 6 PM followed by Varsity at 7:30 PM. Come out and support your Mason HS Girls lacrosse team

3/23 Turpin won 13-9 2-0

Mason Girls Lacrosse took on a tenacious Turpin Spartans team last night in the season home opener. Comet Lady Laxers brought it in a big way! Dominating defense, powerful full field re-defend, relentless shooting and solid goal keeping, brought home our second victory of the season.

Mason came out fast and hot scoring quick goals, controlling the game and took an 8-3 lead into half time. With no rest for the weary, your Comets continued the to press and played a precision game, picking up many 50/50 ground balls and matching Turpins scores goal for goal.

In the end Mason Girls were to much to handle and won 13-9 to remain undefeated for the season. Mason Comet standouts for the game were Meghan Cole who netted five goals, Rhys Green and Julia Block both with hatricks. Cate Millard and 'Birthday Girl' Ally Petrina each had a goal. Comet defensive four, Julia Wirth, Megan Elko, Emmaline Russel and Brighton Ecoffey choreographed a solid wall to keep the Spartans at bay. Bee Kuehn and Rachel Albers split the duty between the pipes with a combined 13 saves.

Next up for your Mason Girls Lacrosse team is a home game versus Lakota West on Saturday 3/25. JV start at 10:30 and Varsity game is at Noon. Come on out and support your Mason HS Girls Lacrosse teams! Go Comets.

3/25 Lakota West won 15-5 3-0

Your Mason HS Girls Lacrosse team extended their winning ways Saturday 3/25, against Lakota West HS defeating the Firebirds 15-5. Although West jumped out to score the game's first goal, your Comets didn't flinch. They got it going with wicked high pressure redefends, a tightened up defense and methodical ball control in the offensive zone.

The high power offense led by Meghan Cole and Julia Block netted four goals a piece. Rhys Green and Sarah Thompson each knocked in a pair with Sophie Hoffman, Ally Petrina and Lilly Burke all adding one each for good measure. Defensively the 'core four' of Elko, Wirth, Ecoffey and Russel all stood tough but it's the consistent play of our fifth defender, Rachel Schaffer, who does her job 100%- 100% of the time.

Next up is an away game at Walnut Hills on Thursday April 6, JV @ 6 PM and Varsity @ 7:30 PM. Come out and support us. Go Comets!

4/6 @ Walnut Hills won 15-5 4-0

Mason Girls Lacrosse battled 25 mph winds on the home field at Walnut Hills High School last night. Your Comet Lady Laxers brought their own kind of wind storm winning the contest 15-5. Despite the dreary weather Mason controlled the game start to finish. Tight defense in front of solid goal keeping and paired with the potent offense of multiple contributors brought the Comets record up to 4-0 on the season.

SATURDAY'S ORIGINAL CONTEST AT MEDINA HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO UNPLAYABLE FIELD CONDITIONS.

Next up for our MHS Girls Lacrosse team is an away game at Loveland on Thursday April 13., JV @ 6:00 & Varsity @ 7:30. GO COMETS!

Mason Girls Lacrosse players use Athletic Gifts to Help 'Make-A-Wish'

Teens raise $18,000 to send 2 sick kids to Disney World

Several freshman Mason girls lacrosse players have earned a prestigious invitations to play for the 2020 Make-A-Wish Team.

Click Here to see the story.

http://www.wlwt.com/article/lacrosse-players-use-athletic-gifts-to-help-make-a-wish-c82bq067/9095109

Members who will participate are;

Riley Brannock
Lilly Burke
Bri Cobb
Mary Ann Colangelo
Bri Combs
Cate Millard
Lauren Sheedy
Olivia Simendinger

Congratulations to these young Comets!

 

4/8 @ Medina       CANCELLED
4/13 @ Loveland lost 16-8 4-1

The Mason Girls Lacrosse team traveled to Loveland to take on the Tigers last Thursday evening, April 13, losing by a final 16-8. Loveland may have gained the games first possession but it was Mason's defense and goal keeping that kept the Tigers in check. The first half progressed with each tream trading goals and Mason taking a 7-6 lead into halftime. In a tale of two halves, Loveland came out and scored three quick goals surprising Mason. The Comets continued to press but couldnt sustain any rally and eventually fell to the Tigers.

 

4/13 @ Olentangy Orange won 15-11 5-1

On Saturday, April 13th, the Comet Lady Laxers were ready for a 'Bounce Back' headed North to Olentangy Orange HS. The weather was perfect for Mason to unleash a revitlaized spirit and win 15-11.

Goals were traded but it was your Comets who capitlaized on long possessions to take an 10-8 lead into halftime. At the start of the second half, Mason netted two quick goals and experinced a big momentum shift. With the defense and goal keeping ratcheted up and precise ball control on offense, the Comets took charge of the game. The Pioneers had nothing more to offer and Mason went on to another victory.

Next up for Mason Girls Lacrosse (5-1) is a home game against GMC rival Sycamore Aviator, Tueday April 18, JV @ 6:00 and Varsity @ 7:30 PM.

4/18 Sycamore lost 16-3 5-2

Last Tuesday MHS Girls lacrosse took on GMC rival Sycamore Aviators. Your Comets came out strong, but quickly found themselves outmatched by the Aves. Although Sycamore went up by a handful of goals your Mason Comets continued to give 100% effort. In the end our lady laxers fell 3-16.

Next up Mason Girls LAX will host Lakota East tonight (Thursday). They will visit New Albany on Friday.

4/20 Lakota East won 9-7 6-2

Thursday evening under threatening skies MHS Girls Lacrosse battled a fiesty Lakota East team. The first half had both teams playing tough defense but it was your Comets who continued to regain possession through high pressure redefends. Mason took a a 4-2 lead into halftime. The Thunderhawks added one goal with Mason netting two just before the lightning storm rolled in at 9:23 remaining but after a 55 minute delay the game resumed.

The lightning/thunderstorm reinvigerated the Thunderhawks to a higher level. Lakota surprised your Lady Laxers and quickly scored 4 unanswered goals to take the lead, but Mason's ressiliance and patience didn't waiver. With 3:39 remaining, Mason captain, Sarah Thompson, had enough. Her defense down low caused a turnover and an end-to end clear reinvigerated your LadyLaxers. Sarah promptly fired home a free position shot to tie the game. Mason's high pressure defense regained possession off the draw and Sarah again took charge putting in a goal to take the lead. Mason added one more for good measure to take the exciting yet tense game to the finish.

Next up for your MHS Girls Lacrosse (6-2) is an away game against New Albany, Friday evening. Go Comets!

 

4/21 @ New Albany lost 14-4 6-3

Mason Girls Lacrosse traveled Friday night to New Albany to take on the #3 ranked Eagles and took a tough 14-4 loss. Mason started off fast scoring the games first goal and holding NA in check with solid defensive play and aggressive re-defends. New Albany with much patience though possessed the ball for long stretches eventually wearing down our defense, then capitalizing. Your Lady Laxers once again showed their competitive spirit of "100% effort 100% of the time" down to the final second.

 


Up next for Mason Girls Lacrosse is a Tuesday, 4/25  away game against Summit.. Go Comets!
4/25 @ Summit Country Day lost 14-13 6-4
Tuesday night Mason Girls Lacrosse traveled to Summit Country Day took a difficult 14-13 loss. The Comets came out furious netting two quick goals but slowly Summit responded. Goals were matched and the score was knotted at 6 going into halftime. Mason GLax once again stormed out and took a two goal lead and controlled the ball for a good part of the 2nd half. The Silver Knights remained stubborn and clawed their way back to even. With minutes to play in a physical battle, Mason continued to press but couldn't sustain a drive and taking a loss.

 

 

4/27 Indian Hill lost 21-11 6-5

On Thursday, Mason Girls LAX traveled to take on the # 6 ranked Braves of Indian Hil but found themselves on the short end losing 21-1l. The rare late afternoon start didn't bode well for the girls as IH stormed out and reeled off more than a handful goals before we got things going. To the credit of our girls who remained firmed, they started chipping away at the deficit. Into the second half your Comets shooting at an impressive 65% accuracy gave it their all, trying to close the gap on the Braves but fell short.

Next up Mason (6-5) will host Springboro on Tuesday, May 2nd.
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