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Mason Comets 2018
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last updated April 20, 2018



Date Opponent W/L Score Overall
Box Score Game Highlights

@ Moeller

Prasco Park



@ Prasco Park

3/26 @ Middletown won 15-2 1-0 1-0  
The Comets opened the 2018 season on the road in a GMC matchup at Middletown on Monday, March 26th.   The Mason offense plated three runs in the second and three more in the third before erupting for eight runs in the fifth en route to a 15-2 win over the Middies.

Rollie Sheriff (1-0) got the ball for Mason and was impressive in his four innings of work, allowing no runs and three hits while striking out seven.  Evan Kemp pitched the final inning for Mason and struck out the side after the Comets defense allowed a couple of unearned runs to score.

Mason's offense generated many quality at bats today, highlighted by:

Joe Powell:  2-4 QAB, triple, 5 RBI's
Cole Harting:  3-3 QAB, double, 2 RBI's
Nick Northcut:  2-4 QAB, home run, 2 RBI's
Harrison Johnson:  3-3 QAB, RBI
Ben Kraus:  2-4 QAB, RBI
J.P. Sponseller:  3-4 QAB, 2 stolen bases
Mason Holloway:  2-3 QAB
3/28 Middletown won 12-1 2-0 2-0   The Comets were fortunate to play last Wednesday March 28th on a dreary and rainy day in Mason. Our friends at Prasco rose to the occasion, enabling the game to be played on turf.  Mason took care of business in defeating Middletown 12-1 in 5 innings to sweep the 2-game GMC series.

Patrick Lantry (1-0) got the start and win for the Comets.  In his first varsity appearance, the senior righthander allowed just one earned run and one hit while striking out four over his four innings of work.  Junior lefty Nick Niehoff also made his varsity debut today, pitching a scoreless fifth inning.

Mason presented a potent and balanced attack at the plate today, highlighted by:

J. P. Sponseller: 3-3 QAB, 3B, 3 RBI’s
Nick Northcut: 2-3 QAB, 2 doubles
Joe Powell: 2-3 QAB
Mason Holloway: 2-3 QAB, 2 RBI’s
Harrison Johnson: 3-3 QAB, 3B, RBI
Cadin Neuhaus: 2-3 QAB, RBI
Cole Harting: 2B, 2 RBI’s
Evan Haas: 3B, RBI

@ McCracken County


won 2-0 3-0 2-0  
Mason kicked off their 2018 Spring Break trip in Murfreesboro, TN on Friday night, March 30th and things could not have gone much better for the Comets.  Behind a dominating performance on the mound from senior Will Pfennig, Mason defeated McCracken County, a 2017 Kentucky State Regional Champion, by a final score of 2-0.  Pfennig tossed a complete game 2-hitter, recording 13 strikeouts on the night.

The Comets scored both of their runs in the fifth inning.  Mason Holloway led off the inning with a base hit, was advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt by Harrison Johnson, and moved to third on an infield ground out. After a walk to Max Johnson, Joe Powell ripped a single to left field to score Holloway.  Nick Northcut followed with a another single to left field to score Johnson.

@ Riverdale


lost 3-1 3-1 2-0  
The Comets faced another tough opponent in the nightcap of their doubleheader on Friday night, March 30th, facing the tournament host Riverdale, TN on their home field.  With the game tied 1-1 in the fifth inning, Mason committed a couple of costly miscues on the infield in the fifth inning which ultimately led to their 3-1 defeat.

Nick Northcut started on the mound for Mason, pitching the first four innings. He allowed an earned run on just two hits while striking out four.  Despite pitching well, Rollie Sheriff (0-1) suffered the loss for the Comets.  He allowed an earned run on two hits while striking out four.

Like the host Riverdale Warriors, the Comets could only scratch out four base hits on the night in a well-pitched game by both clubs.  Following walks to Max Johnson (who stole second) and Nick Northcut in the third inning,  J.P. Sponseller delivered a one out sacrifice fly to drive in Mason's lone run in the game.

@ Munford


won 9-7 4-1 2-0  
Mason closed out their 3-day Tennessee Spring Trip with 9-7 win over Munford (TN) to finish 2-1 on the trip.  

Kevin Uth (1 and 2/3), Kenyon Abbott (2 and 1/3) and A.J. Kraus (3 inn.) combined to limit Munford to seven hits on the day.  It was Abbott's (1-0) varsity debut on the mound and he came away with the win. Kraus earned the save, his first as a Mason Comet.

The Comets jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning and were in control throughout, scoring three more times in the fourth, one in the fifth, and two in the sixth.  A balanced attack on offense by the entire Comets squad was highlighted by:

Max Johnson:  3-4 QAB's, 2 RBI's
Joe Powell:  3-4 QAB's
Colin Crowe:  3-4 QAB's, double, RBI
Ben Kraus:  3-4 QAB's, RBI
Nick Northcut:  4-4 QAB's, RBI

4/2 Princeton won 9-1 5-1 3-0  
Thanks to the generosity of the baseball staff at Miami University, the Comets were once again able to avoid a rainout on Monday and play their home game vs. Princeton on the Redhawks home turf field in Oxford, OH.  After scoring one run in the first inning, Mason exploded for six runs in the second and coasted to a 9-1 win.

Patrick Lantry (2-0) got the start and win for the Comets, pitching the first five innings.  Lantry allowed four hits and no earned runs while striking out six.  Nick Niehoff pitched the final two innings in relief, allowing one earned run on two hits while striking out three.

Leaders on offense for Mason included:

Evan Haas:  3-4 QAB's, triple, 2 RBI's
Cole Harting:  double, 2 RBI's
Joe Powell:  two singles, RBI
J.P. Sponseller:  3-3 QAB's, RBI
Max Johnson:  2-2 QAB's, RBI

Weather permitting, the Comets (5-1, 3-0) travel to Princeton TODAY (April 3) for game two of their two-game GMC series with the Vikings.
4/5 @ Princeton won 8-2 6-1 4-0  
The Mason offense struck quickly on a cool Thursday afternoon, plating four runs in the top of the first inning as the Comets coasted to an 8-2 win at Princeton to complete a two-game GMC series sweep.  

In the Mason first, Joe Powell led off the game with a single, one of his three hits on the day - including a double and two RBI's.  Nick Northcut followed with a walk (his first of three in the game).  J.P. Sponseller hit a single to load the bases with nobody out.  Evan Haas then delivered the big blow of the day - a laser shot over the left field wall to put the Comets up 4-0.  Haas finished with two hits and five RBI's on the day.

Rollie Sheriff improved to 2-1 on the season with the win, pitching the first five innings.  He allowed no earned runs on just two hits and struck out seven.  A.J. Kraus came on in relief to pitch the final two frames for Mason.  Kraus allowed an earned run on two hits and struck out one.

The Comets, currently 6-1 overall and 4-0 in the GMC,  return home Friday, April 6th at 5:00 PM to begin a two game series with Colerain.
4/6 Colerain won 8-0 7-1 5-0  
For the second game in a row last Friday at home, Mason jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning.  The Comets rode another dominating performance on the mound from Will Pfennig to blank Colerain at home by a final score of 8-0.

Pfennig (2-0) delivered a carbon copy of his performance down in Tennessee a week ago, fanning 13 Colerain hitters as he pitched a three hit complete game shutout.  As Pfennig walked off the mound after striking out the side in the first, virtually everyone in the ballpark and both dugouts knew the Cardinals had their hands full today.

The Mason offense fed off of Pfennig's energy on the mound and went to work quickly.  Singles by Joe Powell and Nick Northcut, an RBI double by J.P. Sponseller, RBI singles from Evan Haas and Mason Holloway, and an RBI triple from Cole Harting highlighted the Mason first inning as the Comets sent eight hitters to the plate.  The Comets would go on to add single runs in the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth inning.

Mason remains at home for a key GMC matchup against Lakota East on Monday, April 9th at 5:00 PM.
4/9 Lakota East lost 5-4 7-2 5-1  
On a cold Monday afternoon in Mason, a bazaar first inning in which Lakota East scored four runs on just one base hit proved to be too much for the Comets to overcome as they dropped a GMC game at home to the Thunderhawks by a final score of 5-4.   

Nick Northcut (0-1) suffered the loss on the mound for Mason as he battled hard for five innings to keep his team in the game.  Northcut allowed two earned runs on just two hits while striking out eight and walking four.  Kenyon Abbott turned in another solid performance in relief, tossing two scoreless innings.  He allowed just one hit and one walk, and struck out two.

After the tough first inning, Mason battled back all day to make this a close game right to the end.  The Comets plated two runs in the fourth to cut the East lead to 4-2.  After East picked up a single run in their half of the fifth, Mason scored two in the bottom of the fifth to make it a 5-4 ballgame. The Comets had two runners on base in the bottom of the seventh, but could not muster a late rally.  Leaders on offense today for Mason:

J.P. Sponseller:  2 for 3, triple, two runs scored
Nick Northcut:  3 QAB's, double
Ben Kraus:  3 QAB's

The Comets travel to Colerain on Tuesday, April 10th to attempt a sweep in their two-game season series with the Cardinals.  Mason is currently tied with Hamilton for the GMC lead with a 5-1 record in conference play.
4/10 @ Colerain won 8-2 8-2 6-1  
The Mason offense continued it's trend of solid production early in games.  That, combined with excellent pitching earned the Comets a two-game series sweep over Colerain as the Comets won on the road Tuesday, on another cold spring day, by a final score of 8-2.

Rollie Sheriff moved to 3-1 on the season with the win, pitching 4 2/3 innings.  He allowed no earned runs and struck out seven.  Patrick Lantry pitched the final 2 1/3 innings, allowing just one earned run while striking out two.  Both Mason hurlers made great pitches in tough situations today to strand Colerain base runners, eliminating chances for big innings.

After jumping out to a 3-0 lead in the top of the first, the Comets continued to keep pressure on Colerain all afternoon as they gradually widened their lead.  Leaders on offense today included:

Joe Powell:  2 for 3, double, SAC Fly
J.P. Sponseller:  2 for 3
Cole Harting:  2 for 4
Harrison Johnson:  3 for 3
Max Johnson:  2 for 3
Evan Haas:  pinch hit double

The Comets travel to Lakota East on Wednesday, April 11th in search of a split in the season series with the Thunderhawks in what will be an important GMC showdown.
4/11 @ East won 12-1 9-2 7-1  
Following Monday's tough one-run loss at home to Lakota East, the Comets were definitely ready to complete last Wednesday as they rolled in to East with starting pitcher Will Pfennig for the back half of their two-game GMC series with the Thunderhawks.  Pfennig (3-0) and the Comets took care of business in pounding Lakota East in six innings by a final score of 12-1.  With the win, Mason took over sole possession of first place with a 7-1 record in conference play, 9-2 overall.

Pfennig pitched the first five innings today, allowing just a first inning earned run and one hit on the day.  He struck out ten.  A.J. Kraus pitched a scoreless sixth, recording one strikeout.  As a pitching staff, Mason's team ERA is an impressive 1.38 on the season thus far.

Trailing 1-0 through two innings of play, the Mason offense kicked in to high gear in the third.  Following walks to Harrison Johnson and Joe Powell, Nick Northcut delivered a big two-out single to left to tie the game at 1-1.  J.P. Sponseller immediately followed with a two-run double to deep right field to put the Comets up 3-1.

The Comets played long ball after that to pummel the Thunderhawks.  In the fourth, Nick Northcut hit a three run bomb that traveled half way to Middletown.  That same inning, Harrison Johnson lined a pitch over the 395 sign in straight away center, a two run homer.  After a single run scored in the Mason fifth inning,  J.P. Sponseller hit a towering three run homer to right field in the sixth to make it a 12-1 ballgame.

Mason next plays Hamilton (currently one game behind the Comets in the GMC) at 7:30 PM on Thursday April 12th as part of the Cincinnati Reds Futures Showcase Series.  The game will be played at Marge Schott Stadium on the campus of the University of Cincinnati.

4/12 @ Hamilton won 4-2 10-2 8-1  
Behind a solid pitching performance from Patrick Lanty and Kenyon Abbott, Mason held on to win a thriller over Hamilton Thursday night at University of Cincinnati's Marge Schott Stadium as part of the Cincinnati Reds Futures Showcase Series.  The final score was 4-2.  With the win, the Comets retained sole possession of first place in the GMC with a 8-1 record (10-2 overall) at the mid point of the GMC league schedule.

Patrick Lantry was the Comets starter tonight and got a no decision, as he left the game with one out in the fifth inning with the score tied 2-2.  Lantry's line on the night: four and 2/3 innings, two earned runs, four hits, and six strikeouts.  Kenyon Abbott (2-0) earned the win in relief for Mason, pitching the final two and 2/3 innings.  Abbott inherited a two on, two out situation in the Hamilton fifth.  After issuing a walk to load the bases,  Abbott got the next batter to ground out to second to keep the game tied at two apiece.  He would go on to pitch two more scoreless innings, allowing no hits while striking out three.

The Mason offense was stymied for much of the night due to a solid performance by Hamilton starter Eric Roberts, who came in to the game with a 2-0 record and a 1.17 ERA.  Trailing 1-0 in the third, Joe Powell reached on an error and Nick Northcut walked with one out.  An RBI single by J.P. Sponsellerand a SAC Fly from Evan Haas put the Comets up 2-1.  Hamilton tied the game at 2-2 in their half of the fourth.  And, that is where things remained until the seventh inning.

Cadin Neuhaus pinch hit for Max Johnson to lead off the Mason seventh and drew a walk.  After Johnson re-entered to run for Neuhaus, Joe Powell put down a perfect bunt single.  One out later, a wild pitch put runners at second and third for J.P. Sponseller, who was intentionally walked to load the bases.  Evan Haas then hit a ground ball to short with the shortstop throwing to the plate for the force out - the second out of the inning.  Cole Harting then hit a chopper to a charging shortstop.  Hustling down the line, Harting beat the throw to drive in the go ahead run.  In the process, Hamilton's shortstop threw wide at first, allowing a second run to score on the error.

For his efforts at the plate tonight (2 for 3, RBI, walk) as well as his defense in centerfield, Cole Harting was named the game MVP by the staff of the Cincinnati Reds Futures Showcase Series.
4/14 @ Cathedral (IN) won 2-1 11-2 8-1   Mason split a pair of road games on Saturday, defeating Cathedral (IN) 2-1 and losing to O'Fallon (IL). Details coming soon....
4/14 @ O'Fallon (IL) lost 17-7 11-3 8-1  


Mason and Hamilton have been postponed for Today, Monday, April 16th and rescheduled for same time and place at Mason on Tuesday, April 17th.

4/17 Hamilton won 5-0 12-3 9-1  

It was a special day for the Mason Baseball team on Tuesday, April 17th. The Comets opened up a two game lead in the GMC and their head coach reached a career milestone.

It was another outstanding performance by the Mason pitching staff on a cool spring day, coupled with yet another productive first inning from the offense added up to a 5-0 shutout of Hamilton at home to earn the Comets a sweep of the two-game series.

Will Pfennig (4-0) was masterful on the mound again for the Comets, pitching six innings and striking out twelve.  Kenyon Abbott continued his solid season in relief, pitching the final inning and striking out two.

In the Comets' first inning, Joe Powell and Nick Northcut led off the game with singles.  J.P. Sponsellerimmediately followed with a 3-run homer.  Mason would add another run in the first to lead 4-0.  And, Pfennig and Abbott took it from there.  Leaders on offense for Mason included:

J.P. Sponseller:  3 run home run
Nick Northcut:  2 for 2, 3 QAB's, double
Evan Haas:  3 QAB's
Mason Holloway:  3 QAB's, RBI
Ben Kraus:  double

Tuesday's win marked the 100th career win for Mason Head Coach Curt Bly in just his fifth season at the helm for the Comets.  Mason plays another home game on Wednesday, April 18th as they host Fairfield in GMC action.



4/18 Fairfield won 14-4 13-3 10-1  
In a rather bizarre game on Wednesday that was tied 2-2 as the Comets came to bat in the bottom of the fifth,  Mason scored three runs in the bottom of the fifth and nine more in the sixth to overwhelm the visiting Fairfield Indians by a final score of 14-4 in six innings.

Rollie Sheriff (4-1) continued his solid season on the mound, pitching a complete game three-hitter.  He allowed just one earned run while striking out ten to drive his season ERA down to an impressive 1.17.  The Mason infield committed five errors on the day, allowing Fairfield to get within a run at 5-4 before the floodgates opened in the Mason sixth.

With the score tied 2-2 and two outs in the fifth, Mason Holloway delivered an RBI single and Harrison Johnson followed with a two-run triple to put the Comets up 5-2.  In the sixth, Mason sent thirteen batters to the plate, capitalizing on six walks to go with five hits in the big nine run inning.  Leaders on offense for Mason included:

Nick Northcut:  2 for 3, double, RBI
Joe Powell:  single, 2 RBI's
Mason Holloway:  2 for 3, 3 RBI's
Harrison Johnson:  2 for 3, triple, 3 RBI's
J.P. Sponseller:  double

Mason (10-1 in the GMC, 13-3 overall) is back in action on Friday at Fairfield for the back end of their two-game series with the Indians.  Game time is 5:00 PM

Mason maiintains a 2 1/2 game lead in the GMC over Lakota East with two full weeks left in the regular season. The Comets are the #1 ranked Division 1 Baseball team in the city polls.

4/20 @ Fairfield            
4/23 @ West            
4/25 West            
4/27 Oak Hills            
4/28 Kings            
4/30 @ Oak Hills            
5/2 Sycamore            
5/3 St. Xavier            
5/4 @ Sycamore            


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Date Opponent W/L Score Overall
Box Score Game Highlights
3/26 @ Oak Hills            
3/29 @ Princeton            
3/31 Whitmer HS won 11-1 1-0    

Mother Nature has really hammered area softball teams in the early spring season. The Comets had two cancellations to open the season, both away games vs. Oak Hills and Princeton.

Mason finally got the 2018 season going on Saturday, March 31st in NON-CONFERENCE game agaist Whitmer HS. The Comet offense rolled winning 11-1. No other details available.


4/2 Colerain won 15-0 2-0    

After an early morning snowfall of a couple of inches on Monday, the skies cleared enough for the Comets to host Colerain. Mason came away with a 15-0 whitewash of the Cardinals in a run rule affair. No other details available.

Mason and Oak Hills were suppose to play today (April 3rd) at home, but once again, early morning rains washed the contest out.

Next on the schedule is an away game at Hamilton on Wednesday, April 4th.

4/4 @ Hamilton           PPD
4/5 Middletown won 10-0 3-0 2-0  

Mason Softball defeated Middletown 10-0 on a cool Thursday afternoon contest at home. No other details available.

Next up Mason will visit Milfrod on Friday, Arpil 6th. Following that contest they will play Greenville as part of a double header. The Comets have a rare Sunday afternoon contest at the Reds Urban Youth Academy versus perennial powerhouse Lebanon. That game is slated for a 4:00 pm start.

4/6 @ Milford won 13-3 4-0 2-0  

Update on girls softball scores....see below:

Mason defeated Milford 13-3 last Friday.


4/6 @ Greenville won 16-4 5-0 2-0   The Comets won the 2nd of a twin bill on Friday defeating Greenville 16-4. No other details available.
4/8 Lebanon lost 5-4 5-1 2-0  

In a rare Sunday afternoon contest, Mason fell to Lebanon 5-4. No other details available.

Next Mason (5-1, 2-0) will host Sycamore on Monday, April 9th.

4/9 Sycamore won 12-0 6-1 3-0  

Mason softball goes to 6-1 and 3-0 in the GMC on a cold gray Monday game against Sycamore. The Comets came out firing and ended up with a 12-0 shutout over the Aves.

The Comets needed just one inning to do their damage offensively, scoring 12 runs in the bottom half of the first. Elana Harrison batted twice in the inning and hit a 2 RBI double to go along with a deep 3 run HR. Tori O’Brien and Grace Rieger each had 2 RBI singles to boot.

Katie DeBord worked 5 shutout innings and allowed just one baserunner to pick up her 3rd win of the year.

Next up Mason will host Oak Hills on Tuesday, April 10th.

4/10 Oak Hills won 6-5 7-1 4-0  
The Comets mount a furious comeback effort at home on Tuesday to beat the Oak Hills Highlander’s 6-5.

Oak Hills jumped on the Comets early scoring 5 runs in the second inning to take a 5-1 lead. The Comets got one back in the bottom half to cut the lead to 5-2. The 4th inning made the difference. The Comets scored 3 runs and tied the game on an RBI single from Zoe Bishop. Olivia Popovich put the Comets ahead for good on infield single in the bottom of the 6th.

Katie DeBord worked 5 shutout innings of relief to get her 4th win of the season.

Next up Mason (7-1, 4-0) will visit Fairfield TODAY, Wednesday, April 11th.

4/11 @ Fairfield won 3-2 8-1 5-0  

Mason softball continued their undefeated GMC streak on Wednesday, holding on to knock of a pesky Fairfield team, 3-2. More details to come...

Next up the Comets have a big league game TODAY at home vs. Lakota East (6-1 GMC).

4/13 Lakota East won 3-2 9-1 6-0   After weeks of winter-like weather, spring broke out Friday afternoon and the Comets and Thunderhawks delivered with an instant classic game.

For much of the day the Comets' Katie DeBord was locked in a pitcher's duel Lakota East's Sydney Larson. The Thunderhawks took a 2-0 lead in the 5th, with one of the runs coming on a bases loaded Hit by pitch. Mason's Ali Weekly came up with a huge diving catch and double play to prevent the Thunderhawks from getting any more runs up on the scoreboard.

The Comets went into their last at bat down 2-0, needing at least two runs to keep the game alive. Grace Rieger, Olivia Popovich, Tori O'Brien and Sydney Carter hit four singles in a row to cut the deficit to 2-1. Senior Zoe Bishop came to the plate with one out down by a run and delivered a lined shot right back up the middle to bring home Olivia Popovich and Tori O'Brien to win the game in walk-off fashion.

The Comets reamin unbeaten in the GMC at 6-0, tied with West for the top spot who is also undefeated.

Next up Mason will visit Oak Hills TODAY, pending weather issues. On Tuesday the Comets will have their first head-to-head showdown with West when the took hook off for a home game at 5:00 pm.

This past Saturday's double header at Hilliard Bradley and Mt. Vernon was cancelled due to weather.

4/16 @ Oak Hills           PPD
4/17 Lakota West lost 4-3 9-2 6-1  

A day after another spring snowfall, the Mason Comets and Lakota West Firebirds tangled to determine first place in the Greater Miami Conference. The Comets would suffer their first GMC loss to West, losing 4-3 in a thriller.

The Firebirds came out firing scoring two runs in the top half of the first. Allie Cummins brought home a run for the Firebirds who scored their second run of the inning on an error. 

The Comets answered in the bottom of of the inning with an RBI single from Ali Weekley to cut the deficit in half. Tori O’Brien would later tie the game in the 4th with an RBI single of her own.

With the game tied 2–2 heading to the home half of the 6th, freshman Sydney Carter stepped knocking a double into left field to plate Olivia Popovich at give the Comets a 3-2 lead.

The Firebirds didn’t go quietly, tying the game in the top of the 7th on a Casey Bramble sac fly and taking a 4-3 lead on an Alyssa Turner solo HR. In the bottom of the 7th the Comets had runners on second and third with two outs, but were turned away on a defensive gem by the Firebirds to close the game.

Mason (9-2, 6-1) will get a chance to even things up when the Comets and Firebirds play again on Wednesday April 17 at Lakota West at 5 PM.

*** reported by Eric Miller

4/18 @ Lakota West won 11-2 10-2 7-1  

After suffering their first GMC loss on Tuesday to the Lakota West Firebirds, the Comets came out on a mission against West on Wednesday night. The Comets took an early 5-0 lead in the first inning. Elana Harrison hit a double for 2 RBI’s and later in the inning Grace Rieger hit a double with bases loaded for 3 RBI’s.

Mason stayed on fire offensively with a mixture of hits and bunts to win 11-2. Sydney Carter pitched a complete game for the win.

After splitting the series, the Comets and Firebirds are tied for first in the GMC Conference.


4/19 @ Hamilton (makeup) won 16-2 11-2 8-1  

Mason Softball beats Hamilton 16-2 on Thursday, April 19. Katie DeBord pitched a complete game for the win. Hannah Lea and Grace Rieger both with homeruns. The entire team contributed offensively.

The Comets will be back in action on Friday with a doubleheader at Princeton. The Comets are 11-2 on the season (8-1 in conference play).

Mason and West remain tied for the lead in the GMC race with two weeks remaining in the GMC. The Comets are the #1 ranked girls softball team in the city polls.

For a great story on Mason Softball by WCPO reporter Mike Dyer...CLICK HERE

4/20 @ Princeton            
4/20 @ Princeton            
4/23 @ Colerain            
4/24 @ Oak Hills (makeup)            
4/25 Hamilton            
4/27 @ Middletown            
4/30 @ Syacamore            
5/2 Fairfield            
5/4 @ Lakota East            

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Boys Tennis

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall
Individual Results
4/2 @ Fairfield won 5-0 1-0 1-0

Boys Tennis season got underway on Monday, with a 5-0 shut out at Fairfield. See details below:

Reddy d Heyser 6-1,6-2
Srinath d. Robertson 6-1,6-0
Singuri d. Randall 6-1,6-1
Vattyam- Divekar d. Pennington- Hicks 6-1, 6-1
King- Steedly d. Shively- Grisham 6-0, 6-0.  

Next up Mason will visit Lakota West on Wednesday then host Lakota East on Thursday.

4/3 @ Lakota West         PPD
4/5 Lakota East won 5-0 2-0 2-0

Mason boys tennis blanked Lakota East on Thursday 5-0. See results below:

Zutshi d. Holden 6-7 (8), 6-3, 10-7

Boulos d. Sacha 6-3, 7-5

Divekar d. Ahlborn 6-1, 6-1

Cepeda – Viswanathan d. Alb Cho- Hall 6-3, 6-0

Steedly-King d. Cho-Marapane 610, 6-0

Next up the Comets are at New Albany/Massilon Jackson on Saturday, April 7th.


4/7 @ New Albany/Massilon Jackson         CANCELLED
4/7 Jackson HS @ Camargo Racket Club 1:00 won 5-0 3-0 2-0

Mason got around the terrible spring weather on Saturday to play an indoor match at Camargo Country Club vs. Massilon Jackson HS. The Comets came away with a 5-0 win. See results below:

Komatineni d. D Thomas 6-0, 6-2

Reddy d. Yu 6-0, 6-0

Viswanathan d. B Thomas 6-1, 6-2

King-Zutshi d. Tucker Drewes 6-2, 6-2

Steedly-Divekar d. Shanmugam-Stefan 6-3, 6-4

Today (Monday) Mason (3-0) will complete their match at West then hurry home for a 5:00 pm OCTCA match versus Beavercreek. On Tuesday the Comets resume GMC action with a match at Hamilton.

4/9 @ West (makeup) won 5-0 4-0 3-0

Mason defeated West on Monday 5-0. See scores below

Reddy d. Lindsey 6-1, 6-2

Zutshi d. Athans 6-3, 6-1

Boulos d. Reedy 6-3, 6-1

Viswanathan-King d. Isele-Kovacs 6-0, 6-0

Cepeda-Vattyam d. Aude-Bahns 6-0, 6-0

4/9 OCTCA vs. Beavercreek @ Mason, 5:00 pm won 5-0 5-0 3-0

The Comets made it a "double-header" sweep on Monday with their first win in the OCTCA tourney, 5-0 over visiting Beavercreek. See scores below:

Komatineni d. Staiger 6-1, 6-4

Vattyam d. Riess 6-2, 7-5

Divekar d. Heidi Orloff 6-3, 6-1

Reddy-Steedly d. Guthrie-Enukonda 6-0, 6-1

Srinath-Singuri d. Bai-Mogilevski 6-2, 6-3

Next up Mason will visit Hamilton on Tuesday, April 10th.

4/10 @ Hamilton won 5-0 6-0 4-0

Mason downed Hamilton 5-0 on Tuesday. See scores below:

Choi d. Roden 6-0, 6-1

Ren d. Sharpe 6-1, 6-1

Chati d. Deboer6-1, 6-2

Nayak-Doshi d. Boling-Henderson 6-3, 6-2

Zhang-Duddella d. Hoelle-Thomas 6-1, 6-0

Next up the Comets play at Indian Hill TODAY, Wednesday, April 11.

4/11 @ Indian Hill won 4-1 7-0 4-0

Mason Tennis won a non-conference match at Indian Hill on Wednesday, 5-0Komatineni (M) d. Pregel 4-6, 6-0, 6-4

Pisati (IH) d. Srinath 7-6, 2-6, 7-5

Boulos (M) d. Guan 6-3, 7-6

Reddy-Zutshi (M) d. Ellis-Guatham 6-3, 6-1

Divekar-Cepeda (M) d. Bennet-Warstler 6-4, 6-2

4/12 Sycamore won 5-0 8-0 5-0

It was another day, another shutout win on Thursday as the Comet Tennis teams blanked Sycamore 5-0. See below:

Komatineni d. Zhang 6-1, 6-2

Reddy d. Marcus 6-1, 7-5

Srinath d. Karev 6-1, 5-7, 6-3

Zuthshi-Cepeda d. Sekar-Wittenbaum 7-5, 6-1

Viswanathan-King d. Dasgupta-Bolger 6-2, 6-4

Next up Mason will host Oak Hills TODAY.


4/13 Oak Hills won 5-0 9-0 6-0

The Big Green Tennis Machine kept on rolling last Friday with a 5-0 blanking of Oak Hills. See scores below:

King d. Arndt 6-2, 6-1

Divekar d. Green 6-0, 6-1

Steedly d. Pena 6-0, 6-1

Srinath-Singuri d. Cole-Rauch 6-2, 6-3

Vattyam-Boulos d. Armbruster-Graff 6-1, 6-1

The Comets (9-0, 6-0) remain undefeated on the spring. Next up Mason will host Princeton on Tuesday, April 17th.

4/17 Princeton won 5-0 10-0 7-0

Mason shutout Princeton 5-0 on Tuesday. The Comets are having an amazing spring so far. They are undefeated at 10-0 and have a record of 49-1 in games played. In this weeks State Poll they are ranked #1 in Division 1 Ohio Boys Tennis.

See Princeton results below:

Divekar d. Cole 6-0, 6-1

Singuri d. Medina 6-0, 6-1

Kraus by default

Nayak-Doshi d. Sha-Corcega 6-1, 6-1

Duddella-Zhang d. Hoover-Kessler 6-3, 6-2

Next up Mason will host Turpin TODAY then visit Colerain on Thursday.

4/18 Turpin won 4-1 11-0 7-0

Mason continued to roll on Wednesday with a 4-1 defeat of Turpin. See results below:

Komatineni (M) d. Wendel 7-6 (2), 6-1

Caruso (T) d. Srinath 3-6, 6-3, 10-5

Boulos (M) d. Reynolds 6-0, 6-1

Cepeda-Steedly (M) d. Wantz-Kissel 6-4, 6-0

Singuri-Vattyam (M) d. Egan-Speelman 6-0, 6-1

4/19 @ Colerain won 5-0 12-0 8-0

Mason shutout Colerain on Thursday 5-0. See results below:

Reddy d. Snyder 6-2, 6-0

Steedly d. K Rioux 6-0, 6-1

Singuri d. Zielinski 6-0, 6-1

Cepeda-King d. Eulenburg 6-1, 6-1

Divekar-Vattyam d. Bernhardt-A Rioux 6-0, 6-1

The Comets will host Upper Arlington today on the home courts. On Saturday the team will host Wellington in the morning.

Mason Tennis is the #1 boys team in the city and the state polls.

4/20 Upper Arlington          
4/21 Wellington (am)          
4/24 Middletown          

GCTCA Coaches Classic

@ Mason

4/26 Fairfield          
4/30 @ CCD          
5/2 Indian Hill          
5/4 Seven Hills          
5/5-5/7 GMC          
5/10-5/12 Sectional          
5/17-5/19 Districts          
5/25-5/26 State          


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Boys Volleyball

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Record GMC Record

Game Highlights / Notes

4/4 @ Badin  



No report

Next up Mason Boys VB will host a tri-match on Saturday with Milford and Sycamore.

4/7 Tri-Match vs. Milford/Sycamore





1-1 1-0
In a tri match on Saturday, Mason men's volleyball lost to Milford in 3 games 26-24,13-25,17-25. In the second match

Mason defeated sycamore  in 2 games 25-22,25-20.

Next up St. Xavier will visit Mason on Monday, April 9th.

4/9 St. Xavier lost 25-5,25-7,25-12 1-2 1-0

The boys volleyball team lost to St. Xavier on Monday night, 25-5,25-7,25-12. Their record falls to 1-2 in early season going.

Next up the Comets visit Sycamore on Tuesday, April 10th.

4/10 @ Sycamore lost 25-21,25-13,25-17. 1-3 1-1

The Comets fell to Sycamore on Tuesday, 25-21,25-13,25-17.


4/11 @ Roger Bacon won 23-25,25-19,25-15,25-27,15-5 2-3 1-1
On Wednesday night the team defeated Roger bacon 23-25,25-19,25-15,25-27,15-5.
Great team effort led by senior jac LaSala with 12 kills and 25 out of 27 serves with 4 aces. Junior Evan beyke added with 12 kills and 5 aces.
4/12 Fairfield won 25-20,19-25,25-23,25-22.  3-3 2-1

Mason volleyball evened their record at 3-3 on Thursday night defeating Fairfield with the help of key digs from junior Noah Heinen and consistent serving with 2 aces from junior Alex Melvin. Final scores were 25-20,19-25,25-23,25-22. 

Next up Mason will visit Hamilton on Monday, April 16.

4/16 @ Hamilton won 25-20, 28-26, 25-21       4-3 3-1
Mason men's volleyball defeated Hamilton 25-17 28-26 25-21 on Monday night.
Evan Beyke had 15 kills and Mitch Butler added 4 serving aces.
4/17 @ Lakota West won 25-16,27-25,25-23 5-3 4-1
Mason men's volleyball defeated Lakota west 25-16,27-25,25-23 on Tuesday.

Evan Beyke had an outstanding all around game with 7 service aces and 12 kills. Senior Brayden DeWitt also contributed 13 out of 14 serves with 4 aces and 2 kills.

The Comets afd 5-3 overall and 4-1 in the GMC (2nd place). Next up they will host Dayton Carroll on Wednesday and Princeton on Thursday.

COMET NATION....PLEASE vote for senior Jac LaSala for Enquier's volleyball player of the week...CLICK HERE to vote!

4/18 Carroll lost 25-21, 25-22, 25-18     5-4 4-1 Boys volleyball lost in non conference game to Dayton Carroll 21-25,22-25,18-25 on Tuesday night.
4/19 Princeton won 25-19, 25-17,25-13. 6-4 5-1

On Thursday night, Mason men's volleyball defeated Princeton 25-19, 25-17,25-13. Evan Beyke continued strong play this week with 7 kills and 4 aces.sophomore Damian Sauer had 4 defensive digs.

Next up Mason (6-4, 5-1) will host a tri-match with West Clermont and Chaminade on Saturday, April 21.

4/21 Tri-Match vs. West Clermont/Chaminade          
4/24 @ Lakota East          
4/26 Oak Hills          
4/28 Quad @ Loveland          
5/1 Middletown          
5/2 Lasalle          
5/3 Monroe          
5/7 @ Kettering Fairmont          
5/8 Xenia (senior night)          
  Regional Tourney          

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Boys Track
Date Event Team Placings Game Highlights
3/24 Kings Relays   Cancellled
4/3 JV Meet @ East    
4/6 GMCvs.GWOC Invite @ Sycamore   NO REPORT
4/10 JV Meet @ Mason    
4/6 Harrison Invite  

The Comet boys track team did quite well at the Sycamore GCL vs. GMC meet on Friday, April 6 coming in first at the event. See details below:

-The team won the 4x800 relay with a great effort from Ashraf, Goetz, Nijakowski and Troy. 

- The 4x200 relay was 2nd as was the 4x100 relay.  

- Akari Porter ran well in the 400, placing 2nd in tough conditions and Abel -Nijakowski ran to a victory in the 3200 meter run. 

In the field, the boys got great production from Chris Simmons in the long jump and Davis Robey got a win in the shot put.  

The Mason coaches were pleased with the sprint production out of Jaymon Penn and Josh Wright, who placed 2nd and 4th respectively. 

All in all...it was a great start to the season for Boys Track and Field!

4/13 Centerville Relays  

Mason boys track competed at the Centerville Relays last Friday night. The Comets honestly had a tough night.  The relay style format is usually good for Mason, but not on this night.

The team finished 4th overall, and pretty far back from 1st.  Mason did not score in a few key field events and took many 4th and 5th places.  The highlight of the night were the 4x400 of Porter, Nusser, Ashraf and Rojek.  They were able to notch a win, but the Comets were all saddened at the injury to key sprinter, Bryan Hudnell.  This hurt the team that night and will continue to be a tough barrier to overcome.  The boys did rally after his injury and we got great production from others filling in, but it was a tough blow to the whole team.  

Next up Boys Track and Field will compete at the Elder and Westerville South Invites on Friday, April 20th.

4/17 JV Meet @ Lebanon    
4/20 Elder Invite    
4/20 Westerville South Invite    
4/24 JV Meet    
4/26 Little Miami Invite    
4/27 Wayne Warrior Invite    
5/1 Kings Invite    
5/4 Mason Invite (senior night)    
5/7 JV Big Ten @ Sycamore    
5/9-5/11 GMC    
5/16-5/18 District    
5/23-5/25 Regional @ Dayton Welcome    
6/1-6/2 State @ Jesse Owens Stadium    

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Girls Track
Date Event Team Placings Game Highlights
3/24 Kings Relays   Cancelled
4/3 JV Meet @ East    
4/6 GMCvs.GWOC Invite @ Sycamore 1st place

The girls track team survived a night of wild weather to win the Sycamore Clash of the Titans battle between the GMC and GWOC on Friday night.  Mason scored 150 points to win the meet and lead the GMC to a victory over their collective GWOC opponents. Despite less than ideal conditions, there were several strong performances.  As the evening wore on, the temperature plummeted, but the Lady Comets powered through rain and then snow to finally complete in their first outing of the season. With high hopes for some spring-like weather, the Comets will head north next Friday to team up in the Centerville Relays.

1st place finishers:

Discus - Amaya King

Shot put - Amaya King

4x800 - Lily Hallum, Mackenzie Berryman, Nicki Baehre, Faith Min

400 - Maddie Ullom

200 - Maddie Ullom

4x400 - Sophie Bause, Milan McNulty, Kaylie Connors, Maddie Ullom

2nd place finishers:

High jump - Lakin Pitts

1600 - Faith Min

300 Hurdles - Jordan Dawson

800 - Lily Hallum

3rd place finishers:

1600 - Rue Whitmore

4x100 - Grace Tang, Regan Morton, Azhya Washington, Alexia Thomas


Waynesville Invitational

The Varsity B girls competed through the wind, rain and snow at their debut this past Friday night at the Waynesville Invitational. Their 2nd place finish out of 14 teams is a testament to their mental toughness and incredible talent.

1st Place finishes:

  • 1600 Meter Run: Kiera Doran with a time of 5:42

  • 4 x 400 Meter Relay: Jenna Burns, Faith Tang, Alice Marron and Mackenzie Snyder with a total time of 4:27

2nd Place finishes:

  • High Jump: Bella Dunn with a jump of 4’10”

  • 4 x 800 Meter Relay: Catherine Berry, Erica Fennimore, Ava Borow, and Alyssa Horvath with a total time of 10:43

  • 4 x 200 Meter Relay: Emma Baah-Binney, Natalie Cocca, Faith Tang and Nimi Oyelese with a total time of 1:55.4

  • 400 Meter Dash: Jenna Burns with a time of 1:03.8

  • 800 Meter Run: Megan Miller with a time of 2:37

  • 3200 Meter Run: Elizabeth Atkins with a time of 12:21

3rd Place Finishes:

  • 100 Meter Hurdles: Taylorae Dunn with a time of 17.8

  • 800 Meter Run: Manuela Capiello with a time of 2:41

  • 3200 Meter Run: Lindsay Learned with a time of 12:33

Next up the Girls Track and Field team will compete at Harrison and Centerville this Friday.

4/10 JV Meet @ Mason    
4/13 Harrison Invite  

Harrison Invitational

The Varsity B girls competed hard against 22 teams on Friday night and finished 9th overall, beating out four GMC teams. The Lady Comets had a few standout performances: Faith Tang in the open 800, running a time of 2:30.47 and Ava Stover in the 2 mile, running a time of 12:00.47. Overall, the team did a great job across the board. Go Comets!    

4/13 Centerville Relays  

The girls track team won the Centerville Elks Relays Friday night, scoring 94.98 team points.   The Lady Comets teamed up in every event to pull ahead of second place Hilliard Darby with many top places and performances.  The team will head to Westerville to compete next Friday.

1st place finishers:

Shot put Relay - Amaya King, Secret Hughes, Hannah Chenault

High Jump Relay - Lakin Pitts, Bella Dunn, Madison Schauer

4x400 - Sophie Bause, Milan McNulty, Kaylie Connors, Maddie Ullom

Shuttle Hurdle Relay - Jordan Dawson, Alexia Thomas, Elena Popovich, Taylorae Dunn

2nd place finishers:

High jump - Lakin Pitts

4 x 1600 Relay - Ally Kouche, Brooke Harvey, Rue Whitmore, Kiera Doran

4x 300 Hurdles - Jordan Dawson, Alexia Thomas, Erin Breuer, Katelyn Mizer

Sprint Medley Relay - Sade Tucker, Azhya Washington, Nimi Oyelese, Maddie Ullom

3rd place finishers:

Long Jump Relay - Grace Tang, Madison Schauer, Lincy Zhu

Triple Jump Relay - Grace Tang, Lakin Pitts, Lincy Zhu

Next up...Girls Track competes at the Elder and Westerville South Invites on Friday, April 20th.

4/17 JV Meet @ Lebanon    
4/20 Elder Invite    
4/20 Westerville South Invite    
4/24 JV Meet    
4/26 Little Miami Invite    
4/27 Wayne Warrior Invite    
5/1 Kings Invite    
5/4 Mason Invite (senior night)    
5/7 JV Big Ten @ Sycamore    
5/9-5/11 GMC    
5/16-5/18 District    
5/23-5/25 Regional @ Dayton Welcome    
6/1-6/2 State @ Jesse Owens Stadium    

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Boys Lacrosse

Season Stats

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Record STAT REPORT

Game Highlights / Notes

3/17 Ohio LAX Showcase @ Hudson lost 11-6 0-1  

The Boys Lacrosse season got underway on Saturday, March 24th against Hudson at the Ohio Showcase at Ohio's Machine Stadium.  Team fell to Hudson by a final score of 11-6.

Last nights contest versus Sycamore was "snowed out" and will be rescheduled. Up next, the Comets will visit Olentangy HS on Saturday, March 24th.

3/21 Sycamore (Youth night)         POSTPONED
3/24 @ Olentangy lost 7-6 0-2  

Mason fell to Olentangy 7-6 on Saturday, March 24th. See stat highlights below:

Xander Wells 2 goals, 3 assists, Kevin Peischl 2 goals, 1 assist

3/28 Springboro lost 10-2 0-3  

The Comets fell to Springboro on Tuesday, March 28th 10-2. Stat highlights below:

Carson Croy 1 goal, 1 assist, Carson Block 1 goal

Next up Mason will visit Kings on Wednesday, April 4th.

4/4 @ Kings won 8-6 1-3  

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team travelled to Kings on Wednesday April 4th and came back with their first win of the season in a hard fought 8-6 game.  Sophomore Carson Croy led all scorers with 3 goals and 2 assists and 5 other Comets factored into the scoring with a goal each. Senior’s Gaige Fugate and Zak Holliday, Juniors Xander Wells and Ben Cimini, and Sophomore Carson Block all had a goal each, and Junior Chase Flora added 2 assists in those goals.  

Sophomore goalie Sam Lopicollo notched his first win and was stellar in goal with 9 saves for a 60% save percentage. Senior Zak Holliday led in ground balls with 4.

The Comets return home on Monday, April 9th to face Sycamore.

4/9 Sycamore won 10-3 2-3 1-0

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team made it 2 in a row defeating the Sycamore Ave's 10-3 at home on Monday night, April 9th.  This was the first GMC game for Mason this season so it was an important win in the pursuit of maintaining the GMC title they have held for years. 

Junior Xander Wells led all scorers with 4 goals and 1 assist followed by Sophomore Carson Croy who had 2 goals and 2 assists, and Senior Kevin Peischl who had 2 goals.  The rest of the scoring was rounded out by Senior David Sun and Junior Ben Cimini who had 1 goal each.  Senior Defender Zak Holliday led the team in ground ball possession with 6 ground balls and Sam Lopicollo earned his 2nd win in goal with a 50% save percentage. 

The Comets return to play at home on Wednesday night, April 11th against St Xavier.

4/11 St. Xavier lost 9-5 2-4 1-0

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team hosted the St Xavier Bombers on Wednesday night and lost a hard fought game 9-5.  Junior Attacker Xander Wells once again led the way in scoring with 2 goals and 1 assist and Junior Attacker Chase Flora was second with 1 goal and 1 assist. 

Seniors Kevin Peischl and Connor Garry also each had a goal.  Senior Defender Zak Holliday led the team in ground ball recovery with 4 and Sophomore Sam Lopicollo had a solid night in goal to keep it close throughout. 

The Comets travel to Lakota West on Friday, April 13th for their second GMC contest of the season.

4/13 @ West won 14-9 3-4 2-0

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team travelled to Lakota West on April 13 and this time Friday the 13th was bad news for West as the Comets defeated the Firebirds 14-9 for their second GMC win of the year.  Junior Attacker Xander Wells was a scoring machine with 5 goals and 1 assist. Many of his goals were off of assists by the games second leading point scorer, Sophomore Attacker Carson Croy, who put in 1 goal and added 4 assists.  7 other Comets factored into the scoring with a goal or more. Senior midfielder Kevin Peischl and Sophomore Midfielder Carson Block each had 2 goals. Senior midfielders David Sun and Gaige Fugate each added a goal as did Juniors Brendan Ross and Chase Flora.  The team had a 51% shooting night and 8 of the 14 goals were assisted. Senior midfielder Brady Smith dominated the face off X winning 20 out of 27 face offs for an astounding 74% win percentage which allowed the Comets plenty of opportunities to score. Brady also led the team in ground balls with 8 followed by fellow senior defender Zak Holliday who had 5.  Sam Lopicollo had 6 saves in goal to earn the win.

The Comets return to play on Wednesday, April 18th against the currently undefeated and reigning DII state champion Warriors of Mariemont. Please come out and support the boys.

4/18 Mariemont lost 5-4 3-5 2-0

The Mason Boys Lacrosse team lost to Mariemont 5-4 on Wednesday night in a hard fought game that was tied up until the last seconds when Mariemont fed a last ditch effort pass inside and dunked in their 5th goal with less than 2 seconds left.  Despite the loss there were a few bright spots on the Mason side that were noteworthy. 

First, Sophomore Goaltender, Sam Lopicollo, was outstanding in goal with 9 saves for a 64% save percentage.  He was also instrumental in several successful clears out of the defensive zone. 

The defense for Mason was strong throughout in holding the Warriors of Mariemont to only 5 goals total.  That defense was manned primarily by Seniors Zak Holliday, Cole Gallagher, Brady Smith, Connor Garry, Juniors Charley Sipe, Ben Harpen, Chris Barnes and Alex Draginoff, and Sophomores Luke Volpenhein and Ryan Peischl.  Lastly, Brady Smith continues to dominate the face off X with win after win and had a 75% win percentage giving Mason multiple extra opportunities to possess the ball and score. 

The boys face Loveland at home on Friday night for their next game. They'll entertain North Allegheny on Saturday at 2:00 pm.

4/20 Loveland          
4/21 North Allegheny          
4/25 Moeller          
4/27 @ Dublin Jerome          
4/28 @ Carmel          
5/2 @ Lakota East          
5/4 Elder (senior night)          
5/5 @ Worthington Kilbourne          
5/11-5/12 @ Midwest Tournament          

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Girls Lacrosse

Season Stats

Date Opponent W/L Score Overall Record

Game Highlights / Notes

3/20 Ursuline Academy won 14-4 1-0
Mason HS Girls Lacrosse opened the 2018 season Tuesday night against the Lions of Ursuline Academy. Mason was the one to come out roaring with a solid defensive stand resulting in a turnover leading to a quick transition culminating in a razor thin shot for a goal by attacker, Ellie Lefton. Your Comets continued to pour it on grabbing the next few possessions and building a quick 4-0 lead. It was Mason's tight defense, outstanding goal tending by Bee Kuehn and quick precision like transitions that kept the Comets solidly in front. By halftime Mason had the game well in hand 8-3. 

Not resting on it's haunches, Mason grabbed the first draw of the 2nd half and methodically worked it's offense for a goal by Julia Block and assisted by Ellie Lefton. Mason continued to dominate the ground balls and apply punishing pressure in their rides, capitalizing on many UA mistakes. Mason heaped on the goals to seal the victory 14-4. 

A great way to start the season. Bee Kuehn, confident in between the pipes, turned back 10 shots. Mason's defensive core of Megan Elko, Sophie Neuhaus, Madisen Bangs, Riley Brannock and Alana Vaughn smothered any attempt UA tried to muster. The Comets midfield six of Noorah Basher, Amanda Wells, Sophie Hoffman, Lilly Burke, Bianca Soper and Kate Cooper, owned the transition and draw circle with laser passing and relentless ground ball pressure. Finishing out the barrage were the five attackers of Julia Block, Cate Millard, Ellie Lefton, Ally Petrina and Mary Ann Colangelo who combined, scored 10 of Masons goals and led the redefend with ferocious pressure. Two big shouts go to Ellie with five assists and Ally with four huge ground balls.   

Mason has two home games coming up Thursday and Friday vs MND and St Francis Desales respectively. Both starts at 7:30 PM. Come out and support Mason HS Girls Lacrosse!

3/22 MND lost 12-5 1-1

Thursday night the Mason Girls Lacrosse team took on the Mount Notre Dame Cougars and came out on the short side, losing 12-5. On a beautiful weather night your Comets came out aggressive, but couldn't sustain a coordinated effort. Mason found themselves behind by a couple of goals before they netted their first of the game.

The Comet Ladies pressed into Cougars with quality re-defends and transition but could't capitalize. At halftime Mason found themselves down by a handful. In the second half, your Comets quickly closed the gap and after the first successful offensive wave,  found themselves again struggling to muster a consistent attack, MND's lead widen but Mason didn't quit and worked to get something going. In the end Mason found themselves on the down side against MND tough defense and goal tending. 

Mason Girls Lacrosse has another home contest this evening, Friday 3/23 against St. Francis DeSales, JV goes @ 6p  and Varsity starts at 7:30. Come out and cheer us on!

3/23 Sst. Francis De Sales lost 12-6 1-2


Mason fell to St. Francis De Sales on March 23rd, 12-6. No other details available.

4/3 @ Beavercreek       PPD
4/5 @ Turpin won 13-4 2-2

Girls Lacrosse traveled to Turpin HS on Thursday night and saw our Comet girls LAX come out fast with solid controlled offense, a tenacious defense, fast transitions and tough redefending. Mason controlled the game pace from the first draw with Noorah Basher seizing most of the possessions from the circle and came away with a 13-4 win.

From the opening whistle Mason didn't leave any room for the Spartans to breathe. Mason took a 7-0 lead into halftime. It was much of the same in the second half with your Comets dominating every aspect of the game. Turpin did rally a bit to net some goals but each was quickly matched by Mason quick goal.

Mason sealed the win 13-4 on goals scored by Cate Millard, Ally Petrina, Ellie Lefton, Julia Bock, Lilly Burke, Sophie Hoffman, Mary Ann Colangelo and Kate Cooper. Bee Kuehn 6 shots from the cage and we saw a dominant defense stand from Sophie Neuhaus, Alana Vaughn, Madisen Bangs, Megan Elko and Riley Brannock.

Mason Girls Lacrosse (2-2) takes on New Albany on Saturday 4/7 at 11 AM.

4/7 New Albany lost 10-7 2-3

Saturday, playing among a wintry mix, your Mason Girls Lacrosse team took on a tough New Albany Eagles team. The Comets matched up well, played solid defense while a couple of goals were traded back and forth, but it was a few untimely turnovers for Mason that gave the Eagles a four goal lead at halftime.

Never deterred your Comets challenged right at the start and finished with a flurry, but simply ran out of time. In the end Mason fell to New Albany 7-10. Bee Kuehn was again solid in the cage turning back 11 shots. Sophie Neuhaus picked up five ground balls and forced two turnovers. Goals for the Comets came from Julia Block, Ellie Lefton and Cate Millard.

Next up for Girls Lacrosse is an away game at Lakota East on Tuesday 4/10. JV goes at 6 pm and Varsity draws at 7:30 pm. 

4/10 @ East won 9-5 3-3

Mason Girls Lacrosse went up against a feisty Lakota East team last night. Right from the start Mason took it to the Thunderhawks jumping on an early lead. It was a physical battle throughout the game and your Comets had a 6-4 lead into halftime. In the second half it was Mason who brought the thunder with locked down defense, solid goal tending, excellent draw control and patient offense.

Mason defense crushed it holding the hawks to just one measly goal in the second half while offensively we netted another three to finish with a 9-5 victory.

This was an outstanding team win capitalizing on the opponents weaknesses and making adjustments throughout the game to bring it home! Individual standouts include another consistent game from goal keeper, Bee Kuehn who turned back 6 shots. Goals were scored by Cate Millard, Noorah Basher, Julia Block and Sophie Hoffman. Mason won the possession game taking with Noorah Basher and Amanda Wells getting 80% of the draw controls. Team wide we picked up 17 ground balls, forced 6 turnovers and had two interceptions.

Next up for Girls Lacrosse is an away game at Lakota West on Thursday, JV starts at 6 pm and Varsity draws at 7:30. 

4/12 @ West won 19-3 4-3
Mason HS Girls Lacrosse made another go around in West Chester to take on the Lakota West Firebirds last night. Mason came out with a barrage of offense and a buttoned down defense that smothered the birds taking a 9-2 lead into halftime. Combine winning 75% of the draws, picked up twice as many ground balls, caused four turnovers, took two interceptions and saved five shots at the goal. Put it all together for a stellar team performance and solid win, 19-3. 

By the numbers Cate Millard had 7 goals, Mary Ann Colangelo netted 5, Julia Block had 3, Kate Cooper had 2, Noorah Basher with a goal and Sophie Hoffman putting one in with a pretty sweet BTB shot! Ally Petrina went on a feeding frenzy assisting in four of those goals. Noorah was clutch with 6 draw controls and four ground balls and Bee Kuehn once again took command turning back 5 of Lakota's shots. Lilly Burke took three draw controls, Bianca Soper got herself a draw control and nice interception while Amanda Wells was fierce on transition and added draw circle support like no other.

The Comets defensive core of Bee Kuehn, Sophie Neuhaus, Megan Elko, Alana Vaughn, Riley Brannock and Madisen Bangs have been playing lights out. Holding our opponents to their lowest goals per game output. 

Next up for your 4-3 Mason Girls Lacrosse team is a road trip to Olentangy HS on Saturday 4/14. Varsity starts at 11 am and JV draws at 12:30 PM!
4/14 @ Olentangy won 17-16 5-3
On Saturday, Mason Girls Lacrosse traveled North to Olentangy HS. Your Comets going in as the underdog, matched up well against the Lady Braves. Right from the opening draw, your green team brought the pressure and the Braves quickly found out that they had met their toughest challenge of the season. In spite of Mason's relentless pressure Olentangy found the back of the net for the games first goal but one minute later Mary Ann Colangelo knotted the game with her first. Olentangy fired right back with two quick ones taking the score 1-3. Mason, never dismayed, came back with their own barrage putting in six unanswered goals by Julia Block, Cate Millard, two more for Mary Ann and two from midfielder Lilly Burke.  Comets were up 7-3 but Mason spotted Olentangy 3 of their own before Julia found the back of the net again for a 8-6 Comet lead. Credit the Braves who fought back with three more taking a one goal lead with 30 seconds remaining in the half. Mason Girls would have none of that stuff, grabbed the next draw possession, marched it down and with 5 ticks before the buzzer, it was Mary Ann who found Noorah Basher in the middle to even it up 9-9. And we still had another half to play!

OHS came out with faster tempo and shot two goals before Cate netted her second, but the Braves countered with three more scores taking a lead 10-14. Now it was Mason's turn to light it up with Cate getting two more while Lilly added her third of the day. Olentangy fired back with one more before Ally Petrina snagged a critical ground ball of a tough redefend and charged the net for her first goal. The Comets now down 14-15 couldn't hold the Braves who scored to go up 14-16 with 12 minutes remaining in the see-saw game. 

Enough is enough and Mason defense held the Braves scoreless for the remainder of the game. It was your Comets tenacious rides, precision transition and timely saves by Bee Kuehn that allowed our offense to press in on Olentangy and tie it up at 8:25 by goals from Cate and Julia. Sound play at both ends of the field gave Julai another shot to take the lead with 3:16 remaining and it was Noorah who on the draw circle who grabbed that critical possession which allowed us to run out the clock, sort of. Befitting the excitement of the last 49 minutes OHS was able to steal the ball and gain a free position shot. It was Bee who came up with the key save allowing us to hold the ball as time expired. Mason taking the win 17-16 from #6 ranked Olentangy, an outstanding team victory! 

Next up for Mason Girls Lacrosse is Tuesday night at home vs. Kings HS. JV starts 6 and Varsity draws at 7:30 PM

We have two special occasions this evening: Mason Lacrosse Club Girls Youth Night and Maya Collins Tribute. Come out and support Childhood Cancer Awareness ,local girls lacrosse and your MHS Girls Lacrosse Team!
4/17 Kings (youth night) won 16-4 6-3
Mason Girls lacrosse continued to roll Tuesday night 16-4 over the Kings HS Lady Laxers. Although Kings did notch the first goal of the game, your Comets quickly matched it and that would be the last lead the Knights would have. Mason playing smothering defense, backed up by yet another outstanding game by keeper, Bee Kuehn, shut Kings down holding them to just four goals. The Comet's brought a tenacious ride that re-gained possession roughly 40% of the time keeping the ball in our end allowing us to control the game with our calculated offense. When things weren't settled it was our fast breaks with pinpoint passing finishing with laser shooting that put points on the board.

It was a special night on two fronts for MHS Girls Lax. First, we celebrated the girls lacrosse youth programs operated by the Mason Lacrosse Club. Local youth girls were involved in many aspects of the game including introductions, warm ups, a halftime game and facility tours. It was great to have the youth players participation. 

Second, was to remember Maya Collins with #MayaStrong Evening. In a sea of blue T-shits many folks remembered the fierce battle Maya waged to beat childhood cancer. Her legacy lives on in others through GRIT and DETERMINATION to eradicate this awful disease. Senior, Noorah Basher coordinated the event to help raise awareness and funds. Thanks to all who helped, donated and attended. Check out some pics of the evening at https://www.cincinnati.com/picture-gallery/sports/high-school/ohio-high-school/2018/04/18/photos-mason-kings-girls-lacrosse-teams-play-in-honor-of-mayastrong/33942409/

Next up Mason (6-3) will host Sycamore on Thursday, April 19th.

4/19 Sycamore won 13-9 7-3

Going into the 2018 season, Mason GLAX members set a number of team level goals. Last night they notched a biggie by knocking off GMC rival Sycamore, 13-9 bumping our record to 7-3 overall. This was an excellent team victory across the board, highlighting our resiliency and determination.

In spite of being down two quick goals, your Comets never flinched. Another one of our crushing re-defends led to an Aves turnover culminating in a goal by Cate Millard. The defense locked down, transition stepped up and the offense got fluid adding four more goals by a combination of Sophie Hoffman, Ellie Lefton, Kate Cooper and again Cate Millard resulting in a 5-5 halftime score. 

At the 2nd half whistle Mason girls ratcheted up their play taking the lead 6-5 on a goal by Noorah Basher and we never looked back. Tenacious defense led by Sophie Nuehaus, Megan Elko, Madisen Bangs, Riley Brannock, Alana Vaughn and Bee Kuehn in the cage held the Aves to just 4 2nd half goals. Cate, Ellie and Mary Ann Colangelo splattered the back of the net 7 more times to bring home the victory. A fitting end brought by Mary Ann on a last second "buzzer beater" shot from 25 yards out sealed the deal.

This was a great win for our team and MHS GLAX program! 


Mason Girls Lacrosse plays Indian Hill at home on Tuesday 4/24. JV @ 6 and Varsity draws at 7:30.
4/24 Indian Hill        
4/26 Wyoming (senior night)        
4/28 Summit Country Day        
5/3 @ Springboro        
5/5 Thomas Worthington        
5/8 @ St. Ursula        
5/10 @ Mariemont        

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