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Mason Comets 2017-18
Winter Sports Results


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last updated February 22, 2018

Boys Basketball

Season Stats

Date
Opponent
W/L
Score
Overall
Record
GMC
Record
Game Highlights
Game Stats

 

Game stats

 

12/2 Springboro at Hillsboro, OH won 73-53 1-0  

The Mason boys basketball team got their 2017-18 season started last Saturday with a 73-50 win over Springboro.  The Comets held a 19 point advantage at the half and never looked back.

Tanner Knue led Mason with 17 points.  Noah Pedelty added 11.

Mason boys vist Loveland on Tuesday and then open at home against Colerain on Friday, Dec. 8th.

 
12/5 @ Loveland won 66-31 2-0  

The Mason boys bball team go to 2-0 on this young season with a 66-31 blasting at Loveland on Tuesday night. The Comets put up a 20-5 advantage after the first quarter. The team was led by Landen Long's 22 points. Noah Pedelty and Tanner Knue chipped in 13 and 12 points respectively. Pedelty dished out 5 assists.

The Comets will host their home opener against visiting Colerain this Friday.

 
12/8 Colerain won 70-33 3-0 1-0

The Mason boys bball team opened their home schedule last Friday with a 70-33 romp over visiting Colerain. It was a low scoring affair until the second quarter when the Comets went on a 25-9 offienseive tear.

Three players hit double digit scoring led by Noah Pedelty's 20 points, Tanner Knue 12 and Landen Long 11.

Mason (3-0) will host Lakota East (1-1) on Tuesday, Dec. 12th.

 
12/12 Lakota East won 61-58 4-0 2-0

Mason boys basketball kept their record unblemished on Tuesday night at 4-0 overall and 2-0 in the GMC. The Comets won a physical battle and the game against visiting Lakota East 61-58.

Mason led most of the game and held off the Hawks in the final mintues with a tenacious defensive effort against a strong offensive opponent. Tanner Knue scored 17 points in the contest to lead the Comets. Ethan Howard chipped in 12. Knue also dished out assists to his teammates. Noah Pedelty grabbed 9 rebounds.

Mason will visit Middletown this Friday night to help them open their new arena. Tipoff is slated for 7:30 pm.

 
12/15 @ Middletown won 58-49 5-0 3-0

Mason boys basketball held off Middletown last Friday night to defeat the Middies in an away game 58-49. Middletown surged from behind in the final quarter outscoring the Comets 17-5, but the Mason lead was too much to overcome.

Landen Long led Mason with 22 points. Noah Pedelty and Tanner Knue chipped in 12 and 10 points, respectively. Matt Minich secured 7 rebounds. Pedelty added 6 assists.

Mason stats perfect so far at 5-0 overall and 3-0 in the GMC. Next up they will host Lakota West on Friday, Dec. 22nd.

 
12/22 Lakota West won 68-34 6-0 4-0

The Comets boys basketball team went 2-1 in recent games over the Holiday Break.

On Friday, Dec. 22nd they defeated Lakota West 68-34. Noah Pedelty led Mason with 23 points. Tanner Knue added 14 points. The teams record stood at 6-0 overall and 4-0 in the GMC after this game.

 
12/29 Wilmington 6:00 pm tipoff won 66-47 7-0 4-0 A week later on Friday, Dec. 29th Mason hosted a non-conference game against Wilmington. The Comets overwhelmed the Hurricanes 66-47. Four players scored in double figures; Ethan Howard led the team with 19 points, Landen Long and Noah Pedelty 12, and Tanner Knue 11. Mason's record moved to 7-0 overall.  
1/5 Oak Hills lost 61-52 OT 7-1 4-1

On Friday, January 5th Mason lost its first game of the season to visiting Oak Hills by a score of 61-52 in overtime. The Comets led 37-29 at the end of the third quarter but couldn't hold the lead in the final frame as the contest went to OT. The Highlanders outscored the Comets 15-6 in the final frame to come away with the win. Two Mason players scored in double figures; Tanner Knue 15 and Tyree Mizell 13.

Mason is 7-1 overall and 4-1 in the GMC. They'll be back in action on Tuesday, Jan. 9th when they host league leading and undefeated Princeton (9-0, 6-0).

 

 
1/9 Princeton lost 75-46 7-2 4-2

The Mason Boys basketball team fell to Princeton on Tuesday night 75-46. The Vikings entered the contest undefeated and ranked #4 in the recent AP boys bball polls. Princeton (10-0, 7-0 GMC) shot 62.5 percent from the field including 11 of 16 from beyond the 3-point arc Tuesday night while the Comets struggled with 29% shooting.

Mason (7-2, 4-2) was led by senior forward Noah Pedelty with 15 points and five rebounds. Senior guard Tanner Knue had 12 points and a game-high five steals.

Mason plays at Colerain (4-6, 1-5 GMC) Friday night.

 
1/13 @ Colerain won 85-45 8-2 5-2

Mason's contest with Colerain was rescheduled for Saturday and the Comets came away with a 85-45 blow out. Five Mason starters hit double figures:

Tanner Knue 16, Landen Long 15, Ethan Howard and Jack Cooper 12, Noah Pedelty 11. Knue also had 9 rebounds.

Mason (8-2, 5-2) has a non-conference meeting at Kings tonight. They will get back to GMC action this Friday, Jan. 19th at Fairfield.

 
1/16 @ Kings won 72-48 9-2 5-2

Tuesday night the boys bball team erupted for 39 frist half points to defeat Kings 72-48. The Knights were outgunned by a 14 point margin as the Comets went on to a easy non-confernece win.

Landen Long had 19 points, Noah Pedelty 15 and Tanner Knue contributed 14. Pedelty also had 9 carooms.

The Comets (9-2, 5-2) start the final stretch of the regular season (9 GMC gamces) on Friday when they visit Fairfield.

 

 
1/19 @ Fairfield won 63-57 10-2 6-2

Mason boys put another "W" in their win column last Friday defeating Fairfield 63-57 on the road. The Comets held a slight t-point advantage at the half, then pulled ahead for good in the third quarter with a 19-10 spurt.

Noah Pedelty and Tanner Knue shared scoring honors with 16 apiece. Landen Long was 2nd with 14 points.

Mason (10-2, 6-2) is back in action on Tuesday at Hamilton.

 
1/23 @ Hamilton won 78-60 11-2 7-2

Mason Boys Bball defeated Hamilton on Tuesday 78-60. The Comets held a slim 4-point advantage at the half, but outscored Big Blue 18-5 in the fourth quarter to get another win.

Noah Pedelty recorded a career high 28 points in the contest. Other scorers: Tanner Knue 13, Ethan Howard 12, and Jack Cooper 10. Knue dished 6 assists in the game.

Mason (11-2, 7-2) hosts Middletown this Friday.

 
1/26 Middletown lost 47-42 11-3 7-3

The boys bball team lost to Middletown at home last Friday. After a first half 6- point lead, the Middies found a way to stay in the game and eventually outscore Mason 28-18 in the final two quarters.

Noah Pedelty and Ethan Howard led the Comets with 17 and 11 points, respectively.

Mason (11-3, 7-3) will host Sycamore on Tuesday.

 
1/30 Sycamore won 82-50 12-3 8-3

Mason boys bball returned to their winning ways with a big 82-50 win over visiting Sycamore. The Comets rushed out to a 47-21 lead at the half and never looked back.

Three Comets scored in double digits: Landen Long 22, Noah Pedelty 19 and Tanner Knue 15. Long dished 5 assists in the contest.

Mason (12-3, 8-3) visits Lakota West this Friday.

 
2/2 @ West won 63-39 13-3 9-3

The boys bball team overwhelmed Lakota West last Friday, 63-39. The Comets outscored the Firebirds 11-3 in the fourth quarter to earn another GMC win and keep their league record at 9-3, with four game left in the conference. Mason is 13-3 overall.

Noah Pedelty led all scorers with 25 points including 5 steals. Landen Long and Tanner Knue added 16 and 14 points, respectively.

Mason stays on the road this Tuesday when they visit Lakota East.

 
2/6 @ East lost 65-53 13-4 9-4

Mason boys bball suffered a tough GMC loss to GMC foe Lakota East on Tuesday night by a score of 65-53. The game was close thru the first 3 quarters of play until East pulled away in the final frame.

Tanner Knue poured in 25 points while Noah Pedelty added 10.

Mason (13-4, 9-4) will host Fairfield this Friday night.

 
2/9 Fairfield won 61-43 14-4 10-4

The Boys Basketball team earned a 61-43 win over Fairfield last Friday. The Comets led 33-19 at the half. Tanner Knue led all teams with 17 points, Noah Pedelty added 13.

Mason (14-4, 10-4) has its final home game on Tuesday versus Hamilton. The Comet boys will conclude their regular sesaon schedule on Friday, Feb. 16th at Oak Hills.

 
2/13 Hamilton won 77-66 15-4 11-4

Mason defeated Hamilton 77-66 on Tuesday evening. The Comets built a halftime lead of 38-26. Landen Long poured in 22 points to lead all scorers. Noah Pedelty added 19. Tanner Knue dished 5 assists.

The Comets (15-4) will close out their regular season schedule this Friday at Oak Hills. Both teams enter the contest with 11-4 records in the GMC. The winner will claim an outright 2nd place finish in the league.

Mason boys have earned the #4 seed in the upcoming Sectional Tournament. The Comets will play the winner of the Elder/Mt. Healthy contest at Fairfield on Tuesday, Feb. 27th, 6:00 PM.

 
2/16 @ Oak Hills lost 70-66 OT 15-5 11-5

In a battle for a 2nd place finish in the GMC last Friday night, the Mason boys bball team suffered a 70-66 overtime loss at Oak Hills. The Comets jumped out to a third quarter 38-30 lead to start the 4th quarter only to see the Highlanders close the gap and send the contest to overtime. OH outscored Mason 8-4 in the extra frame.

Scoring for Mason was led by Tanner Knue's 15 points and Noah Pedelty's 13.

Mason finished the regular season with a 15-5 record and 11-5 in the GMC (tied for 3rd with East)

 
2/27

SECTIONAL

vs. Mt. Healthy/Elder

@ FF 6:00

           
               

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Girls Basketball

  Season Stats

Date
Opponent
W/L
Score
Overall
Record
GMC
Record
Game Highlights
Game Stats

 

Game stats

 

11/25 Journey to Tourney lost 42-40 0-1  

The Mason Girls Basketball team opened the 2017-18 season against the Journey to the Tourney team and fell in a close one 42-40.

Junior Sammie Puisis led the Comets with 21 points.

 

 
11/29 Colerain won 70-3 1-1 1-0

Mason overwhelmed Colerain on November 29 winning 70-3 in the lopsided affair. Mason allowed the Cardinals a single field goal and free throw in the 4th quarter to avoid the shutout.

Every Comet player scored in the game with Sammie Puisis leading with 16 points.

 
12/2 @ Middletown won 80-38 2-1 2-0

The girls posted another overmatched victory last Saturday, defeating Middletown 80-38.

No details of the game were available.

Next up the Comets (2-1,2-0) visit Fairfield on Wednesday, Dec. 6th.

 
12/6 @ Fairfield won 52-29 3-1 3-0

The Mason Girls Bball team earned their 3 consecutive GMC win at Fairfield on Wednesday by a score of 52-29. The team outscored their opponent 33-10 after two quarters of play.

Three Comets hit double figure scoring on the night: Sade Tucker 15, Sammie Puisis and Anna Brinkmann 11 Puisis and Brinkmann each produced douible-doubles rebounding 12 and 11 carooms, respectively.

Next up Mason will host Oak Hills on Saturday, Dec. 9th.

 
12/9 Oak Hills won 60-23 4-1 4-0

Mason girls bball stayed the course with another lopsided 60-23 win over Oak Hills last Saturday. The Comet ladies shut out the Highlaners 24-0 in the 2nd quarter inroute to another GMC win.

Sammie Puisis led Mason with 18 points and 5 steals. Sade Tucker added 3 assists and 8 points.

The Comets (4-1, 4-0) are back in action on Wednesday when they host Lakota East.

 
12/13 Lakota East won 46-21 5-1 5-0

MATULA KNOWS 300!

Wednesday Mason defeated Lakota East 46-21 in an important GMC meeting. But the contest was more than just another league win. The girls helped their leader reach a personal achievement that few can boast, as Comet head coach Rob Matula attained his 300th overall career victory.

Matula, who has been at the Mason girls helm since the 2005 season, has an overall record of 300 wins and 153 losses. His Mason overall record now stands at 224-70. Highlights during 13 campaigns under Matula's leadership include: 1 FAVC title, 2 GMC titles, 9 Sectional titles, 6 District championships, 1 Regional title and OHSAA State runner-up in 2015-16. During his tenure Rob has won multiple coaching honors that include league coach of the year, Southwest Coach of the Year, and Greater Cincinnati Coach of the Year.

Congratulations Coach Matula!

In Wednesdays win over the Hawks, the Comets got a slow start offensively, but as usual Mason's defense stymied their opponents ability to score and get good looks at the basket. Through three quarters of play Mason led 42-9. Sade Tucker led the Comets with 11 points.

The first meeting of the season between GMC perennial giants comes up this Saturday at Lakota West. West, ranked #2 in the city polls comes in with 6-1record, while the Comets are 5-1 and ranked #3. Tipoff at West is set for 2:00 pm.

Come out and support the Comets!

 
12/16 @ Lakota West lost 51-50 5-2 5-1

The battle of the GMC unbeatens went Lakota West's way last Saturday in the first matchup of the leagues this season. The Firebirds sank a free throw with 1.8 seconds remaining to nip the Comets 51-50 on the Lakota home court.

There was a lot on the line for both teams. As of this week, Lakota West and Mason were tied at No. 2 in the Ohio girls basketball poll for Division I. They each also had perfect Greater Miami Conference records. Mason won the first half 29-28, thanks largely to near-perfect free-throw shooting. Free throws accounted for 20 of the Comets’ final tally.

Sade Tucker, the shortest player on either roster at 5-foot-3, set the gritty tone for Mason early. The junior nailed seven free throws and was quick to cut through a lane that had even a sliver of open space. Comets sophomore Megan Wagner was a constant offensive presence as well, hitting Mason’s biggest shot of the game to tie it at 50 with 1:45 left. Tucker and Wagner each finished with 11 points, leading Mason.

Mason travels to Naples, Florida to face Louisville (Ky.) Male High School on Dec. 28 in the opening round of the Naples Holiday Shootout.

 
12/28

@ Naples Shoot Out

vs. Male HS (Louisville)

lost 51-48 5-3 5-1

The Mason girls basketball team spent part of their winter break in Florida at the Naples Shoot Out and went 2-1 during their stay there.

On Thursday, Dec. 28th they dropped their opening game to Male HS (Louisville) by a score of 51-48. Double digit scoring was had by Sade Tucker 14, Tihanna Fulton 11, and Sammie Puisis 10.

 

 
12/29 @ Naples Shoot Out won 57-49 6-3 5-1 Mason rebounded with a 57-49 win in their second game on Friday, Dec. 29th. They were led by Sammie Puisis and Anna Brinkmann's 15 points. Tihannna Fulton added 10.  
12/30 @ Naples Shoot Out won 68-39 7-3 5-1

In their final appearance on Saturday, Dec. 30th, Mason came away with a 68-39 victory. Sammie Puisis led all scorers with a 31 point effort. Sade Tucker added 10.

 
1/6 @ Hamilton won 74-29 8-3 6-1

The girls returned to action in 2018 with a big 74-29 win at Hamilton on Saturday, Jan. 6th. Puisis continued her hot had dropping 38 point on Big Blue while Tihann Fulton added 10. Megan Wagner dished out 12 assists to her teammates in the contest.

Mason goes to 8-3 overall and 6-1 in the GMC. They will visit Sycamore on Wed. Jan. 10th.

 
1/10 @ Sycamore won 53-27 9-3 7-1

The Comet ladies basketball team (9-3, 7-1) notched another GMC win on Wednesday, defeating Sycamore 53-27. The team poured it on in the 2nd half outscoring the Aves 32-12.

Leaders for Mason: Anna Brinkmann and Tihanna Fulton both with 12 points. Secret Hughes scored 10. Megan Wagner dished out 4 assists.

This weekend the girls are headed to Berlin, Ohio for the annual Classic in the Country. The Mason schedule is below:

Saturday, vs. Urbana (IL) 4:40 pm

Sunday, vs. Solon, 5:00 pm

Mason returns to GMC play on Wednesday, Jan. 17th at home vs. Princeton.

 
1/13 Gilmour Academy won 54-51 10-3  

The Mason girls basketball team trekked to Berlin, Ohio this past weekend to compete in the annual Classic in the Country. The Comets made the most of their trip winning a close encounter with Gilmour Academy on Saturday (54-51) then pouncing on Solon with a 52-40 victory on Sunday.

Against Gilmoour, Junior Sammie Puisis showed why she is one of the best pouring in 27 points to lead all scorers. Tihanna Fulton also added a big contribution with 12 rebounds. Megan Wagner dished out 7 assists.

 
1/14 @ Solon won 52-40 11-3 7-1

In the contest versus Solon, it was all Comets as they raced out to a 21-10 lead at halftime. Puisis added 13 points and 9 boards. Anna Brinkmann scored 10 and also collected 9 rebounds.

Mason (11-3, 7-1) returns to regular season action on Wednesday when they host Princeton.

 
1/17 Princeton won 61-46 12-3 8-1

The Mason girls sent their GMC record to 8-1 on Wednesday when they defeated Princeton 61-46.

Sammie Puisis tossed in 22 points to lead Mason. Sade Tucker and Anna Brinkmann had 11 and 10 points respectively. Megan Wagner and Tucker dished 5 assists. Alanna Carter chiped in 9 points.

Next up the girls will visit Colerain on Saturday.

Puisis 1000 point watch: 947

 
1/20 @ Colerain won 75-15 13-3 9-1

The girls bball team dominated Colerain on Saturday, winning 75-15. The Comet defense pushed the Cardinals into 37 turnovers and 22% shooting.

Sammie Puisis scored 17, and Sade Tucker 14. Every Mason players scored in the contest.

Next up, Mason (13-3, 9-1) will host Middletown on Wednesday.

Puisis 1000 point watch: 964

 
1/24 Middletown won 79-15 14-3 10-1

Mason Girls rolled over Middletown 79-15 on Wednesday. It marks the 2nd straight that the defense has only given up 15 points to the opposing team.

Junior Sammie Puisis continued her pathway to the "exclusive" 1000 career point club, dropping 23 points on the Middies to put her career total at 987. Sammie is 2nd in the GMC in scoring at 17.8 per game.

Two other Comets, Anna Brinkmann and Tihanna Fulton each scored 10. Brinkmann also collected 11 rebounds.

Head coach Rob Matula, was formerly recognized by the Mason Athletic Department, before Wednesday nights game, for achieving his 300th career win.  Matula originally reached this coaching milestone against Lakota East on December 13th. 
CONGRATS AGAIN COACH!

 

Mason (14-3, 10-1) will be at home in the MM Arena again on Saturday, when they host Fairfield.

Puisis 1000 point watch: 987

 
1/27 Fairfiled won 64-36 15-3 11-1

Puisis Joins 1000 Point Club As Comets Roll

Mason Girls Basketball standout, Sammie Puisis, broke thru the 1000 point mark on Saturday, scoring 14 points against Fairfield to just nudge her over the mark at 1001 points. She reached the milestone in the 2nd half in typical "Puisis" scoring style, with a rebound and put-back. She also collected a double-double in the contest, to prove she can do so much more than just score. With the remainder of her junior year still to come, and senior season still to come, the Florida State bound recruit will certainly be adding to those lofty numbers.

The Comets continued their pillage thru the GMC with a 64-36 win over the Indians. Alanna Carter added 13 and Secret Hughes 10. Anna Brinkmann earned 5 steals in the game.

Mason goes to 15-3 overall and 11-2 in the GMC. The Comets visist Oak Hills on Wednesday, Jan. 31st.

 
1/31 @ Oak Hills won 79-43 16-3 12-1

Mason girls basketball rolled over Oak Hills on Wednesday, 79-43. The Comets led 48-24 at the half, then outscored the Scotts 20-6 in the third quarter of play.

Sammie Puisis, just off breaking the 1000 point milestone, continued her scoring tirade with 27 points with 10-13 shooting from the field (5-7 behind the arc). Anna Brinkmann added 10 and had 5 steals. Megan Wagner dished 8 assists.

Mason (16-3, 12-1) hosts Hamilton on Saturday. Next week will be a big end to the regular season with Lakota East on Wednesday and a showdown at home with Lakota West on Saturday, Feb. 10th.

 
2/3 Hamilton        

It was another GMC "smack down" for the girls basketball team on Saturday as they routed Hamilton 70-23. The win was the teams 12 straight with just two games to go in the regular season.

The score was 44-9 at the half. Megan Wagner was the leading scorer for Mason with 10 points. Almost every Comet except one put points on the board.

Mason girls bball earned the #3 seed in the upcoming Sectional tourney at Lakota East and will play against the winner of Mt.Healthy and Milford on Feb. 21 at 7:30 PM.

 
27 @ Lakota East won 69-30 18-3 14-1

Mason (18-3, 14-1) doubled up on Lakota East this past Wednesday night, defeating the Hawks 69-30. Three Comets hit double digit scoring: Sammie Puisis 19, Tihanna Fulton 13 and Alanna Carter 12. Sade Tucker provided 6 assists to her teammates.

A GMC showdown with Lakota West (20-1, 15-0), this Saturday afternoon, will determine the final GMC standings. The contest will be held at the Mason Middle School Arena with a tip off time of 2:00 pm. The Firebirds slipped by the Comets earlier in the season 51-50.

The Comet Girls Bball team (#3 seed) will play their first Sectional post season contest on Wednesday, Feb. 21st against the winner of Mt. Healthy or Milford. Tip off is slated for 7:30 pm at Lakota East.

 
2/10 Lakota West won 61-54 19-3 15-1

GMC CO-CHAMPS!

In what has become a classic rivalry, Mason and Lakota West added another one to the series this past Saturday at the Mason Middle School arena. After an early season 1-point loss to the Firebirds (undefeated in the league to start the game), the Comet girls put together a total team effort and well executed game plan to defeat West and claim a share of the 2017-18 GMC title.

It is the 2nd consecutive season that the two schools have shared the league's top spot (Mason won the title outright in 2013). Mason extended its winning streak to 14 games despite the absence of junior Sammie Puisis (averaging 17.6 points per game), the reigning GMC offensive player of the year, who was out with the flu. Overall, Mason finishes the regular season with a 19-3 record while Lakota West closes with a 20-2 record.

The game was played in back-and-forth style with the largest lead ending up being the final score (61-54).  Mason held a 1-point lead at the half, then 48-42 to begin the fourth. Mason was able to hold off the Firebirds and took a late lead of 55-54. Mason junior guard Sade Tucker hit a 3-pointer to push the lead to four points.

Sophomore Alanna Carter (who stepped in for Puisis) was sensational with a career-high 19 points. She made three crucial foul shots (7-8 from the line) down the stretch to help her team to the win.

Mason senior Tihanna Fulton hit some big shots in the last quarter going 7 of 10 from the floor for 17 points and nine rebounds. Secret Hughes, came off the bench and added a couple of big baskets for Mason. Megan Wagner distributed 6 assists. Senior Anna Brinkmann was consistent as always contributing 9 points and going 5-6 from the charity stripe. Again, the win was a total team effort.

Now the Comets will look to make a deep run in the post season, with the expectation that the two teams will meet again in March.

 
2/21

SECTIONAL

vs. Milford

@ East, 7:30

won 70-24 20-3  

Mason began their tourney trail on Wednesday night with a dominating 70-24 win over Milford at the Lakota East sectional. It waw 25-5 after the 1st quarter and 44-12 at the half. Mason's defense and offense was obviously clicking against and overmatched Eagles squad.

Scoring wise, Sammie Puisis had 16 and Sade Tucker and Tihanna Fulton both scored 10. Puisis also had 6 steals.

Mason (20-3) advances to play Ursuline Academy who defeated Western Brown 74-33 to advance. This game is slated for Tuesday, Feb. 27th at Lakota East. Time TBA.

The winner of Tuesday's game will advance to the District Semi-Finals versus either Beavercreek or Centerville. That contest is slated for Saturday, March 3rd at Princeton HS.

 
2/26

SECTIONAL FINAL

vs. Ursuline

East, 6:00

           
               
               
               
               

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Boys Swimming

Date
Event
Team Placings
Meet result links
Highlights/notes
12/1

Akron Firestone

@Mason

12/2 Mason Invitational 3rd  
Both the boys & girls varsity swim teams opened up their season on Saturday hosting the Mason Invitational. Both teams finished 3rd over and swam incredibly well considering the prelim - final format. 

Top 8 performances were turned in by:


Boys:
Cole Petersen - 7th place in the 200 Freestyle & 5th place in the 500 Freestyle
Roman Groenewold - 8th place in the 200 Freestyle
Alex Gao - 7th place in the 100 IM
Davis O'Brien - 6th place in the 50 Freestyle
Thomas Driskell - 8th place in the 50 Freestyle 
Nick Conti - 3rd place in the 100 Butterfly
Harrison Wright - 2nd place in the 100 Breaststroke
200 Medley Relay - 4th - Alex Gao, Harrison Wright, James Kim, Thomas Driskell
200 Freestyle Relay - 4th - Thomas Driskell, Harrison Wright, Cole Petersen, Davis O'Brien

400 Freestyle Relay - 3rd - Cole Petersen, Roman Groenewold, Davis O'Brien, Alex Gao

Next up the Mason swim/dive teams will entertain Lebanon/Loveland and Princeton in a quad meet on Saturday, Dec. 9th.

12/9

Lebanon/Loveland/Princeton

@ Mason

   

Mason hosted Princeton, Lebanon, & Loveland in a quad meet this past Saturday. The Comets depth was too much for their opponents. The boys were led by sophomore Bryce Tiffner, seniors Harrison Wright & Roman Groenewold. Scores and highlights below:

Mason 129, Princeton 62, Lebanon 59, & Loveland 32

Individual wins were turned in by: 

Bryce Tiffner - 200 Freestyle

Harrison Wright - 50 Freestyle & 100 Breaststroke

Roman Groenewold - 100 Freestyle

 

Next up the Mason swim/dive teams have and away tri-meet vs. Anderson and Turpin on Monday, Dec. 11th.

The Swim/Dive teams go on the road this weekend to eompete against Akron Fireston (Friday) and participate in the Canton Invitational on Saturday.

12/11 @ Anderson/Turpin     no report
12/15 @ Akron Firestone      
12/16 Canton Invite    

The Boys Swim team competed at the Canton Invitational last Saturay. See highlights below:

200 Freestyle - 9th - Braden Osborn

50 Freestyle - 7th - Ethan Devyak
100 Butterfly - 6th - Lonnie Chien
100 Freestyle - 5th - Ethan Devyak
500 Freestyle - 7th - Braden Osborn
200 Freestyle Relay - 5th - S. Shepherd, E. Devyak, L. Chien, K. Walker

100 Breaststroke - 5th - Harrison Wright - 7th - Puran Kansakar

400 Freestyle Relay - 1st - Bryce Tiffner, Ethan Devyak, Braden Osborn, Karson Walker

Mason Divers Matthew Wagner, Grace Daubenmerkl, and Julia Dilley all qualified for the Ned Reeb meet up at Ohio State held Friday, Dec. 15th. They did awesome! Matt got 8th, Grace 26th and Julia 27th. Congratulations to each for these accomplishments!

 

Next up Mason Swimming and Diving will be at the Braves Invitational on Thursday, Dec. 21st.

12/16 CHCA/Badin @ Mason     NO REPORT
12/21 @ Braves Invitational     NO REPORT
1/5 @ Upper Arlington    
Friday night, January 5th, the Swimming & Diving Comets traveled to Upper Arlington to dual with perennial powerhouse Upper Arlington. The boys won 101-79 winning 8 events. This is a huge win for our both our programs!



Juniors Scott Shepherd, Lonnie Chien, , Karson Walker, & Matthew Wagner led the boys team. Scott Shepherd won the 50 Freestyle & 100 Backstroke.  Lonnie Chien won the 100 Butterfly. Karson Walker won the 100 Freestyle while Matthew Wagner won diving. All 3 relays won too.

The Mason High School Dive team competed at Upper Arlington and rocked it! Matthew Wagner got 1st place, Karina Ashton got 3rd, Grace Daubenmerkl got 4th, Julia Dilley got 5th and Kara Alexander got 6th!

Mason Swimmers and Divers will be back in action at the Southwest Classic this coming weekend. The event will be hosted by Mason at also at Keating.

1/6 @ Princeton Invite      
1/13-1/14

Southwest Classic

@ Mason/Keating

   

This past weekend the Mason boys swimming team finished 8th overall at the Coaches Classic and had a great meet. The meet is annually the largest HS swim event in the country.

Our top finishers were diver Matthew Wagner finishing 7th and Ethan Devyak finishing 7th in the 200 Freestyle.

Freshman Braden Osborn had a great meet finishing 15th in the mile & 16th in the 500 Free as well as Lonnie Chien finishing 8th in the 100 Butterfly & 16th in the 50 Freestyle.


Next up for the boys squad is the St. Xavier Invite on Friday, Jan. 20th.
1/20 Sacred Heart/Trinity/Maderia @ Mason    

This past Saturday we hosted Sacred Heart & Trinity High Schools from Louisville, Kentucky. Both our teams came out on top. The boys won 274-205. Both teams swam very well overall considering where we are in are training.

Individual wins were turned in by:

Lonnie Chien             50 & 100 Freestyle

Scott Shepherd         200 IM

Alex Keith                   500 Freestyle

Cole Petersen           100 Breaststroke

Our divers had a great meet!

Matthew Wagner & Karina Ashton both won! Grace Daubenmerkl was 4th, Lauren Lombardo finished 5th, Julia Dilley was 6th, while Kara Alexander finished 8th!

This Friday night is our Senior night vs. Lakota East & West starting at 6:30 pm.  

1/20 @ St. Xavier Invite      
1/26 Lakota East/West    

Last Friday, Mason Swimming hosted a tri-meet with the Lakota's on senior night. See boys team scores below:

Mason - 124, Lakota West - 112, Lakota East - 70


The boys had a very balanced line-up to defeat both Lakota's. Senior Ethan Devyak won the 50 Freestyle & 100 Butterfly. Also winning an event were Braden Osborn, Scott Shepherd, Karson Walker, & Harrison Wright. Matthew Wagner won the diving competition.

 


Special "shout out" to our following seniors who have concluded their dual meet career:

Adam Brackman, Ethan Devyak, Alex Gao, Puran Kansakar, James Kim, Nikhil Kulkarni, Davis O'Brien, & Harrison Wright.

Next up Mason will host the 2018 GMC Swimming and Diving Championships on Friday and Saturday this coming weekend. The Comets will be seeking their 2nd straight league title and 6th overall.

1/27 Moller/LaSalle/McAuley @ Mason      
2/2 GMC Diving Championships @ Mason    

 

2/3 GMC Swimming Championships @ Msaon    

Mason Boys swimming and diving successfully defended their GMC title beating runner-up Sycamore by over 100 points this past weekend. It was a total team win! This was the teams 6th league championship since entering the leage in 2007-08.

The boys won only 1 event in the home pool, the 200 Medley Relay (setting a new GMC record). The team showed tremendous depth throughout the meet to overcome 2nd place Sycamore. Seniors Ethan Devyak, Puran Kansakar, Davis O'Brien, Alex Gao and Harrison Wright led the team throughout the meet and swam great!

Congrats to head coach Mark Sullivan for being recognized as this years Boys GMC Coach of the Year!

Our divers competed in GMC's Friday night & did awesome also.


Matthew Wagner won! He was named GMC Diver of the Meet.

 


Next up the team will compete at the Sectional Diving and Swimming Meet; boys/girls diving on Wednesday and Thursday, boys/girls swimming on Friday and Saturday at Mason. The girls will be seeking their 6th straight sectional title. Last season the team was 2nd to Moeller.
2/7-2/8 Boys/Girls Diving Sectionals    

SECTIONAL DIVING...

Matthew Wagner had an awesome dive meet for Mason on Wednesday night at sectionals! He got 4th (barely missing 3rd) with his personal best score of 437.85! Matt has already qualified to go on to compete in districts next Tuesday...CONGRATUATIONS MATT!

2/9-2/10 Boys/Girls Swimming Sectionals    

Comet Boys Regain Sectional Ttile!

Mason boys swimming reclaimed the Sectional Championship this past weekend, out swimming 2nd place Sycamore to earn their first Sectional title since 2015.

Click here for all the results of the Sectional Championships held at Mason.

The Mason Swim/Dive teams now move on to the District Championships at Miami University this Saturday. Diving events will be held Wednesday and Thursday. The District Tournament will automatically qualify two (2) in each swimming event to the State Meet, with sixteen (16) at large qualifiers that will be selected on the basis of times recorded in the District Meet. Five (5) divers will qualify to the State Meet.

2/11 Boys/Girls District Invitational @ St. X    

The Mason competed at the Southwest District Diving Championships at Miami University on Tuesday. Matthew Wagner finished 5th overall qualifying him for the state diving championshiips in Canton on Feb. 23-24th.

Great job and congratulations Matt! Good luck at State!

 

 

2/14-2/15 Boys/Girls Diving Districts      
2/17 Boys/Girls Swimming Districts    

The Mason boys swimming team finished 4th overall at this past weekends District Championships at Miami University.

The Comets were lead by senior Ethan Devyak with 7 swimmers and 1 diver qaulifying for the OHSAA State Championships! See details below:


200 Medley Relay - Scott Shepherd, Harrison Wright, Lonnie Chien, Puran Kansakar
Ethan Devyak - 200 & 100 Freestyle
Scott Shepherd - 100 Butterfly
200 Freestyle Relay - Lonnie Chien, Puran Kansakar, Karson Walker, Ethan Devyak
400 Freestyle Relay - Scott Shepherd, Alex Zhang, Karson Walker, Ethan Devyak

1 Meter Diving - Matthew Wagner

State Championship prelims will be held this Friday morning starting at 9 AM. The finals will be on Saturday starting beginning at 4:00 pm. All events will be held at the CT Branin Natatorium in Canton, Ohio.

Congratulations and Good Luck at State!

2/23-2/25 State Diving Championshps      
2/23-2/24 State Swimming Championships      
         
         

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Girls Swimming

Date Event Team Placings
Meet result links
Highlights/notes

 

12/1

Akron Firestone

@Mason

     
12/2 Mason Invitational 3rd  
Both the boys & girls varsity swim teams opened up their season on Saturday hosting the Mason Invitational. Both teams finished 3rd over and swam incredibly well considering the prelim - final format. 

Top 8 performances were turned in by:

Girls:
Mia Thatcher - 4th place in the 200 Freestyle & 3rd place in the 100 Butterfly
Grace Zhang - 3rd place in the 100 IM & 6th place in the 100 Butterfly
Alise Cheeseman - 7th place in the 100 Butterfly & 4th place in the 500 Freestyle
Kara Alexander - 7th place in the 100 IM & 4th place in the 100 Breaststroke
200 Medley Relay - 4th - Kristina Goeree, Kara Alexander, Mia Thatcher, Nadia Steinbicker

200 Freestyle Relay - 5th - Grace Zhang, Alise Cheeseman, Gabby Godenzi, Nadia Steinbicker

Next up the Mason swim/dive teams will entertain Lebanon/Loveland and Princeton in a quad meet on Saturday, Dec. 9th.


12/9

Lebanon/Loveland/Princeton

@ Mason

   

Mason hosted Princeton, Lebanon, & Loveland in a quad meet this past Saturday. Mason's outstanding depth once again overwhelmed their competition. The team was led by Senior Alise Cheeseman, Junior Kara Alexander, & Sophomore Grace Zhang. Scores and highlights below:

Mason 112, Loveland 86, Lebanon 54, & Princeton 26.

Individual wins were turned in by: 

Alise Cheeseman - 200 Freestyle

Grace Zhang - 200 IM & 500 Freestyle

Kara Alexander - 100 Breaststroke

Next up the Mason swim/dive teams have and away tri-meet vs. Anderson and Turpin on Monday, Dec. 11th.

The Swim/Dive teams go on the road this weekend to eompete against Akron Fireston (Friday) and participate in the Canton Invitational on Saturday.

12/11 @ Anderson/Turpin     no report
12/15 @ Akron Firestone      
12/16 Canton Invite    

The Girls Swim team competed at the Canton Invitational last Saturday. No team scores were recorded for this event. See highlights below:

200 Medley Relay - 1st - Lauren Thomas, Reese Lugbill, Allison Bloebaum, Leanna Wall
200 Freestyle - 1st Allison Bloebaum, 2nd - Aubrey Whitaker
200 IM - 3rd - Leanna Wall, 6th - Reese Lugbill, 7th - Ashley Lugbill
50 Freestyle - 3rd - Harna Minezawa, 5th - McKenzie Grau, 6th - Kiara Anchrum, 8th Emma Dalton
100 Butterfly - 1st - Kiara Anchrum, 6th - Mia Thatcher, 7th - Angelika Georgostathis
100 Freestyle - 3rd - Leanna Wall, 4th - McKenzie Grau, 6th - Aubrey Whitaker
500 Freestyle - 1st - Allison Bloebaum, 7th - Mia Thatcher
100 Backstroke - 1st - Lauren Thomas
100 Breaststroke - 7th - Reese Lugbill, 8th - Ashley Lugbill
400 Freestyle Relay - 1st - McKenzie Grau, Harna Minezawa, Allison Bloebaum, Leanna Wall

 

Mason Divers Matthew Wagner, Grace Daubenmerkl, and Julia Dilley all qualified for the Ned Reeb meet up at Ohio State held Friday, Dec. 15th. They did awesome! Matt got 8th, Grace 26th and Julia 27th. Congratulations to each for these accomplishments!

 

Next up Mason Swimming and Diving will be at the Braves Invitational on Thursday, Dec. 21st.

12/16 CHCA/Badin @ Mason     NO REPORT
12/21 @ Braves Invitational     NO REPORT
1/5 @ Upper Arlington    
Friday night, January 5th the Mason girls swimming and diving troop traveled to Upper Arlington to dual with perennial powerhouse Upper Arlington. It was a clean sweep for Mason. The girls defeated the 3 time defending state champs 126-60 winning all 11 swimming events and showing tremendous depth! This is a huge win for our both our programs!

On the girls side, Juniors Leanna Wall & Harna Minezawa lead the way with 2 wins each. Leanna won the 200 & 500 Freestyle while Harna won the 50 Freestyle & 100 Butterfly. Other individual winners were:
Allison Bloebaum - 200 IM
McKenzie Grau - 100 Freestyle
Lauren Thomas - 100 Backstroke

Reese Lugbill - 100 Breaststroke

The Mason High School Dive team competed at Upper Arlington and rocked it! Matthew Wagner got 1st place, Karina Ashton got 3rd, Grace Daubenmerkl got 4th, Julia Dilley got 5th and Kara Alexander got 6th!

Mason Swimmers and Divers will be back in action at the Southwest Classic this coming weekend. The event will be hosted by Mason at also at Keating.



1/6 @ Princeton Invite      
1/13-1/14

Southwest Classic

@ Mason/Keating

   

The Comet Girls Swimming team made their mark once again in the prestigious Coaches Classic, winning the event of the largest HS swim meet in the nation. This is their 3rd win in a row scoring 550 points and easily outdistancing runner up Saint Ursula by over 200 points. It was a total team win! The following relays won & set meet records:

200 Medley Relay – Lauren Thomas, Tiana Anchrum, Kiara Anchrum, Harna Minezawa

400 Freestyle Relay – Harna Minezawa, Kiara Anchrum, Allison Bloebaum, Leanna Wall

Next up for the Mason Swim/Dive teams is a home match this Friday versus Sacred Heart, Trinity and Maderia.

1/20 Sacred Heart/Trinity/Maderia @ Mason    

This past Saturday we hosted Sacred Heart & Trinity High Schools from Louisville, Kentucky. Both our teams came out on top. The girls won 275-227. Sacred has won 28 Kentucky High School State Championships. Both teams swam very well overall considering where we are in are training.

Individual wins were turned in by:

Reese Lugbill 200 Free

Leanna Wall 50 Freestyle & 100 Butterfly

Allison Bloebaum 100 Freestyle

Aubrey Whitaker 500 Freestyle

Our divers had a great meet!

Matthew Wagner & Karina Ashton both won! Grace Daubenmerkl was 4th, Lauren Lombardo finished 5th, Julia Dilley was 6th, while Kara Alexander finished 8th

This Friday night is our Senior night vs. Lakota East & West starting 

6:30 pm.  

1/20 @ St. Xavier Invite      
1/26 Lakota East/West    

Last Friday, Mason Swimming/Diving hosted a tri-meet with the Lakota's on senior night. See girls team scores below:

Mason - 155, Lakota West - 95, Lakota East - 57


The girls won 9 out of the 11 swimming events totally dominating both Lakota's. Individual wins  were turned in by Mackenzie Grau, Leanna Wall, Harna Minezawa, Allison Bloebaum, Reese Lugbill, & Lauren Thomas. 

 


Special "shout out" to our following seniors who have concluded their dual meet career:

 


Runima Banerjee, Allison Bloebaum, Alise Cheeseman, Nimanthi Ranatunga, Stephanie Schoenlein, Emma Smith, & Lauren Thomas.

Next up Mason will host the 2018 GMC Swimming and Diving Championships on Friday and Saturday this coming weekend. The Girls team will be seeking their 11th straight league title.

1/27 Moller/LaSalle/McAuley @ Mason      
2/2 GMC Diving Championships @ Mason      
2/3 GMC Swimming Championships @ Msaon    

Girls Win 11th GMC Title

Mason Girls Swimming totally dominated the GMC championships this past weekend scoring 683 points and over 300 points more than 2nd place Lakota West! The girls have never lost a GMC championship since entering the league in 2007-08, making this their 11th consecutive title.  

The Comets won all 11 swim events at the meet! Seniors Allison Bloebaum, Lauren Thomas, & Junior Harna Minezawa each won 2 events each while Junior McKenzie Grau & Freshman Reese Lugbill won 1 event. The Comets girls 200 medley relay set a new GMC record with a time of 1:46.93.

Allison Bloebaum was named the GMC Swimmer of the Year!

Our girl divers did very well at their meet on Friday night. Freshman Karina Ashton finished 3rd. Lauren Lombardo finished 7th, Kara Alexander finished 8th, & Julia Dilley finished 9th!!

Next up the team will compete at the Sectional Diving and Swimming Meet; boys/girls diving on Wednesday and Thursday, boys/girls swimming on Friday and Saturday at Mason. The girls will be seeking their 6th straight sectional title.

2/7-2/8 Boys/Girls Diving Sectionals    

SECTIONAL DIVING

The Mason girls divers did awesome tonight at the sectional dive meet! All 4 of our girls (Kara Alexander, Lauren Lombardo, Karina Ashton and Julia Dilley) made it through 3 rounds of cuts all the way to the finals! There were about 50 girls to start and it got cut down to 28. The top 24 will advance to districts next Thursday. 

Karina Ashton 12
Lauren Lombardo 21
Julia Dilley 24
Kara Alexander 28
2/9-2/10 Boys/Girls Swimming Sectionals    

Comet Girls Swim Away With Another Sectional Ttile!

Mason Girls dominated the Sectional Championships this past weekend. Mason won very easily over Turpin with all the girls competing moving on to Districts in each event.

Click here for all the results of the Sectional Championships held at Mason.

The Mason Swim/Dive teams now move on to the District Championships at Miami University this Saturday. Diving events will be held Wednesday and Thursday. The District Tournament will automatically qualify two (2) in each swimming event to the State Meet, with sixteen (16) at large qualifiers that will be selected on the basis of times recorded in the District Meet. Five (5) divers will qualify to the State Meet.

2/11 Boys/Girls District Invitational @ St. X      
2/14-2/15 Boys/Girls Diving Districts      
2/17 Boys/Girls Swimming Districts    

Mason Girls District Champions Again!

The Mason Girls Swimming Team successfully defended their District title this past weekend, winning the title for the 3rd year in a row and scoring a record 441.5 points.


Eleven Comet swimmers qualified onto the upcoming State Championships. This is a record number of qualifiers. Two District records were set in the 200 Medley Relay & 200 Freestyle Relay. See details below:

 


200 Medley Relay - Lauren Thomas, Reese Lugbill, Harna Minezawa, McKenzie Grau
200 Freestyle - Allison Bloebaum, Leanna Wall, Aubrey Whitaker, Meredith Wolf
200 IM - Lauren Thomas, Reese Lugbill
50 Freestyle - McKenzie Grau, Harna Minezawa, Kiara Anchrum, Tiana Anchrum
100 Butterfly - Kiara Anchrum, Harna Minezawa
100 Freestyle - Leanna Wall, Aubrey Whitaker
500 Freestyle - Allison Bloebaum, Ashley Lugbill, McKenzie Grau
200 Freestyle Relay - McKenzie Grau, Harna Minezawa, Allison Bloebaum, Leanna Wall
100 Backstroke - Lauren Thomas, Meredith Wolf
100 Breaststroke - Reese Lugbill
400 Freestyle Relay - Leanna Wall, Kiara Anchrum, Lauren Thomas, Allison Bloebaum

State Championship prelims will be held this Friday morning starting at 9 AM. The finals will be on Saturday starting beginning at 4:00 pm. All events will be held at the CT Branin Natatorium in Canton, Ohio.

Congratulations and Good Luck at State!

2/23-2/25 State Diving Championshps      
2/23-2/24 State Swimming Championships      
         

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Wrestling

Date Event Team Placings Dual W/L/T Record
Mason Highlights
12/2

@ Harrison Duals

Mason Wrestling started off its Varsity season at the Harrison Duals this past Saturday under 1st year head coach Matt McIntire. Mason entered the duals with a partial roster, fielding 9 of 14 weight classes. Mason went 3-2 in dual team results:

Mason 36 East Central 18

Mason 40 Franklin County 24

Mason 15 Brownburg 45

Mason 38 Hewitt-Trussville 18

Mason 21 Harrison 57

 

Sam Glasso went 5-0 on the day, knocking off Drew Kreitzer, #4 in Indiana, 11-6. Christopher Donathan also went 5-0, pinning Connor Smith, Ranked #1 in Alabama, along the way.

 

The Comets travel to Perry Meridian, Indiana, for the Falcon duals next Saturday, Dec. 9th.

12/9 @ Perry Meridian Duals    

The Comets traveled to Indianapolis to compete in the Perry Meridian Falcon Duals this past Saturday. Mason went 3-2 in the team duals, improving their overall dual team record to 6-4. See scores below:

 

Mason 44       Greenfield Central      24

Mason 18       Perry Meridian            55

Mason 50       Warren Central           18

Mason 34       Columbus East           38

Mason 48       Oldham                       30

 

Mason travels to dual Moeller this Thursday at 7 PM.

12/14 @ Moeller Duals    

3-PEAT !

The Comet Wrestling team defeated the Moeller Crusaders for the 3rd consecutive year Wednesday night. Mason travelled to Moeller, with a full line up for the first time this season, winning with a final score of 51-20.

Individual results in meet order

120  Dante DiTullio beat Brayden Zenni 7-3

126  Dylan Waugh pinned Tristian McKenzie

132  Terry Spencer lost to Jordan Ward

138  Sam Glassco pinned Jack Scally

145  Matt LaCras lost to Mitchell Moore

152  Christopher Donathan pinned Vince Scalley

160  Kamal Adewumi pinned Austin Martin

170  Eric Vermillion pinned Dom Heverin

182  Owen Amburgy lost to Sam Wyche

195  CJ Lucke lost to Jack Thompson

220  Noah Calvert, upset state qualifier Issiah Grogg, winning 9-8

285  Emerik Moser pinned Cameron Ringel

106  Dominic DuTullio beat Nolan Moore 4-3

113 Pacey Najdusak won by forfeit

Congratulations to Christopher Donathan, earning his 100th varsity win !

Mason’s dual team record improves to 7-4. Next up, the Comets travel to Harlem, Illinois Dec. 22 and 23 for the 30th Annual Dvorak Invitational.

         
12/22-12/23 @ Al Dvorak Invite    

Over Holiday Break the Mason Wrestling team was busy! On Dec. 22nd and 23rd they travelled to the Chicago area for the 30th Annual Dvorak Invitational Wrestling Tournament.

The event featutred 35 teams from Illinois, Wisconsin, Missouri, Iowa, Indiana and Ohio. Mason was the surprise of the tournament taking 2nd place with 148 points, finishing ahead of nationally ranked Mt Carmel (Chicago) and favorite to win Iowa City West.

5 wrestlers placed in the two day tournament

106  Pacey Najdusak             4th Place         20 points

113 Dominic Ditullio               8th Place         8 points

132 Sam Glassco                   2nd Place         24 points

152 Chris Donathan              1st Place          31.5 points

170 Eric Vermillion                  2nd Place         22 points

Also scoring team points for the Comets

120 Dante DiTullio                  8 points

126 Dylan Waugh                  6 points

138 Payton Monley               4 points

145 Elrick Nijakowski             6 points

160 Kamal Adewumi             10 points

182 Owen Amburgy              7.5 points

195 Jack Duran                      2 points

285 Emerik Moser                  1 point

12/30 @ McClain Tiger Invite      
1/5-1/6 @ Army National Guard Duals    

Mason Wrestling travelled to Summersville, WV for the Army National Guard Dual Team Tournament on Jan. 5th and 6th.. The team went 9-0, defeating six ranked teams from West Virginia. The Comets improved their dual team record to 16-4. 

Results

Mason 74, Pikeview 3

Mason 62, Braxton 6

Mason 77, Roane Co 0

Mason 67, Berkeley Springs 12

Mason 75, Liberty Raliegh 6

Mason 66, Winfield 13

Mason 60, Greenbrier West 15

Mason 68, Shady Springs 12

Mason 65, Wirt Co 6

Congratulations to Eric Vermillion and Sam Glassco, winning their 100th Varsity wrestling matches !

Mason travels to Western Brown this weekend, January 13th, for the Hammer and Anvil Invitational.

1/13 @ Hammer & Anvil Meet @ Western Brown    

Comets dominate at Hammer and Anvil!

Mason Grapplers scored 363 points running away with a team victory at Western Brown HS’s Hammer and Anvil Tournamen this past Saturday. Eight wrestlers from Mason won their weight class.

106    Dominic DiTullio         1st Place

113     Pacey Najdusak         2nd place

120     Dante DiTullio             1st Place

126     Dylan Waugh             1st Place

132     Sam Glassco              1st Place

138     Payton Monley           5th Place

145     Elric Nijakowski          2nd Place

152     Christopher Donathan  1st Place

160     Kamal Adewumi         1st Place

170     Eric Vermillion             1st Place

182     Owen Amburgy          4th Place

195     Jack Doran                 4th Place

220     Emerick Moser            3rd Place

285     Brogan Reed              1st Place

Christopher Donathan was named the Outstanding Wrestler of the Tournament

Mason is home this weekend for the annual James V Horning Memorial Tournament. It will be a full day of exciting wrestling action as many top teams from around the area will be competing in the Mason Middle School Arena. The event begins at 9:00 am with final rounds in the late afternoon.

         
1/20 JVH Wrestling Invite    

Comets take 2nd at JVH Memorial, Celebrate Senior Night

Mason scored 264 team points to finish 2nd behind Indianapolis Cathedral at the James V Horning Memorial Tournament. Four Mason wrestlers won their weight class. Chris Donathan was named most outstanding wrestler in 106 thru 152 weight class. During the post tourney awards ceremonies, Assitant Coach Vance Reid was inducted into the programs Hall of Fame and recognized for his outstanding contributions to Mason Wrestling.

Mason Results

113     Dominic DiTullio         2nd Place

120      Dante Ditullio              3rd Place

126      Trey Spencer              6th Place

132     Dylan Waugh             Champion

138     Sam Glassco              3rd Place

145     Chris Donathan         Champion

152     Elric Nijakowski          4th Place

160     Kamal Adewumi        2nd Place

170     Eric Vermillion             Champion

182     Owen Amburgy          Champion

195     Jack Duran                 4th Place

220     Emerik Moser             4th Place

285     Brogan Reid                2nd Place

Mason recognized the following Seniors

Tanner Cibula

Christopher Jedding

Matthew LeCras

Louis McManus

Peyton Monley

Eddie Moore

James Smith

Eric Vermillion

Dylan Waugh

#1 seed Mason hosts the State Dual Team Regional Quarterfinals this Wednesday night.

1/24 State Team Duals @ Mason    

Mason Wrestling defeated Lakota East and Princeton in the State Dual Team Regional Quarter Finals on Wednesday night, improving their dual team record to 18-4 for the season. The Comets now advance to the State Dual Semi-Finals with opponent, locations, date TBA. See results below:

 

Mason 63 - Lakota East 12

106 Dominic DiTullio (Mason) pin Kyle Collett (Lakota East)

113 Pacey Nadjusak (Mason) win by Forfeit

120 Christian Chavez (Lakota East) dec Dante Ditullio (Mason) 5-2

126 Dylan Waugh (Mason) pin Joseph Sirignano  (Lakota East)

132 Sam Glassco (Mason) Tech Jackson Leahy (Lakota East) 19-3

138 Alex Epstein (Lakota East) pin Peyton Monely (Mason)

145 Elric Nijakowski (Mason) pin Connor Rost (Lakota East)

152 Chris Donathon (Mason) win Forfeit

160 Kamal Adewuimi (Mason) Tech Fall Eli Wood (Lakota East) 15-0

170 Eric Vermillion (Mason) pin Breydan Theis (Lakota East)

182 Drew Kantona (Lakota East) dec Toby Amburgy (Mason) 5-2

195 Noah Calvert (Mason) pin Gabe Pascoal (Lakota East)

220 Emerik Moser (Mason) win by Forfeit

285 Brogan Reed (Mason) win by Forfeit

 

Mason  60  -  Princeton  15

106 Dominic DiTullio (Mason) pin  Liston Watson (Princeton)

113 Pacey Nadjusak (Mason) Tech JoSue Dawson (Princeton)

120 Dante Ditullio (Mason) Major Decision Elijah Jackson (Princeton) 17- 6

126 Dylan Waugh (Mason) pin Omar Crus-Rios (Princeton)

132 Sam Glassco (Mason) dec Philip Hutchins (Princeton)

138 Jovan Fuqua (Princeton) dec Peyton Monely (Mason) 5-2

145 Collin Houston (Princeton) pin Elric Nijakowski (Mason)

152 Chris Donathon (Mason) pin Landon Smith (Princeton)

160 Kamal Adewuimi (Mason) pin Cameron Watkins (Princeton)

170 Eric Vermillion (Mason) pin  Jason Robinson (Princeton)

182 Toby Amburgy (Mason) pin  Enrique Mendiola (Princeton)

195 LeVaugh Wilson (Princeton) pin Noah Calvert (Mason)

220 Emerik Moser (Mason)  pin Vincent Munlin (Princeton)

285 Brogan Reed (Mason) dec  Bobby Dixon (Princeton) 1-0

The Comets will compete in the Graham Quad this weekend, wrestling dual matches against Richmond MI and Wadsworth..

Mason will be seeking their 8th consecutive GMC Title at the league championships at Oak Hills on Saturday, February 3rd.

1/27 Duals at Graham    

Mason Splits Duals at Graham

 

Mason competed in the Graham Quad Saturday losing to Wadsworth then defeating Richmond MI. Mason’s dual team record improves to 19-5.

 

Mason 22 – Wadsworth 40

 

106 Mikey Lewarkchick (Wad) dec. Pacey Nadjusak (Mas)

113 Dominic DiTullio (Mas) dec. Hunter Griffin (Wad)

120 Dante DiTullio (Mas) dec. Landon Hacker (Wad)

126 Dylan Waugh (Mas) forfeit

132 Logan Messer (Wad) dec. Sam Glassco (Mas)

138 Luke Baughman pinned Peyton Monley (Mas)

145 Michael North (Wad) dec Christopher Donathan (Mas)

152 Cameron Riggenbach (Wad) dec Elrick Nijakowski (Mas)

160 Dominic Loparo (Wad) dec Kama Adewumi (Mas) dec

170 Eric Vermillion (Mas) forfeit

182 Owen Amburgy (Mas) major dec Hunter Biaz (Wad)

195 Joey Baughman (Wad) pinned Jack Duran (Mas)                                                                            

220 Dylan Moser (Wad) pinned Emrick Moser (Mas)

285 Jordan Earnest (Wad) pinned Brogan Reed (Mas)

 

Mason 48 – Richmond Mi 24

 

106 Pacey Nadjusak (Mas) pinned JD Gross (Rich)

113 Dominic DiTullio (Mas) tech fall Dan McNichol (Rich)

120 Josh Barton (Rich) dec Dante Ditullio (Mas)

126 Dylan Waugh (Mas) pinned Austin Kilburn (Rich)

132 Sam Glassco (Mas) tech fall Hunter Seguin (Rich)

138 Peyton Monley (Mas) forfeit

145 Chris Donathan (Mas) major Alex Roberts (Rich)

152 Elrick Nijakowski (Mas) major Robert Halligan (Rich)

160 Kamal Adewumi (Mas) pinned Ardmore Marlik (Rich)

170 Eric Vermillion (Mas) pinned Charles VanPamel (Rich)

182 Noah Montaari (Rich) dec Owen Amburgy (Mas)

195 Luke Davis (Rich) pinned Jack Duran (Mas)

220 Colton McKiernan (Rich) pinned Emrick Moser (Mas)

285 Tyler Marino (Rich) pinned Brogan Reed (Mas)

 

Mason hosts Fairfield, Springboro and Bevercreek in the State Dual Team Regional finals this Wednesday at home at 6 PM.

Mason will be seeking their 8th consecutive GMC Title at the league championships at Oak Hills on Saturday, February 3rd.

1/31 State Team Duals Regional Quarterfinals @ Mason    

Comets Win Region, Advance to State

 

Comets defeated both Fairfield and Springboro in the semifinal and final round of the State Dual Team Regionals. For the 2nd year in a row, Mason will compete in the State Dual team finals at St. Johns Arena, Ohio State University. Mason improves its dual team record to 20-4.

 

Semifinal 2    

Mason 36 - Fairfield 28

106 Pacey Najdusak (Mason) dec. Andrew Newkirk (Fairfield)  10-0

113 Zach Shupp (Fairfield) dec. Dominic DiTullio (Mason) 26-10

120 Moustapha Bal (Fairfield) dec. Dante Ditullio (Mason)  5-3

126 Jabari Thomas (Fairfield) dec. Dylan Waugh (Mason)  21-6

132 Sam Glassco (Mason) dec. Brandon Sperry (Fairfield)  17-2

138 Peyton Monley (Mason) dec. Chris Beltre (Fairfield) 9-4          

145 Luke Gabbard (Fairfield) dec. Elric Nijakowski (Mason) 6-2

152 Christopher Donathan (Mason) pinned Amar Thomas (Fairfield)        

160 Connor Beermann (Fairfield) dec. Kamal Adewumi (Mason) 5-4

170 Toby Amburgy (Mason) pinned Brody Miller (Fairfield)

182 Eric Vermillion (Mason) pinned Tristin Noble (Fairfield)

195 Adam Bartels (Fairfield) pinned Noah Calvert (Mason)

220 Brandon Smith (Fairfield) dec. Emerik Moser (Mason) 5-2      

285 Brogan Reed (Mason) pinned Aaron Foley (Fairfield)

 

Final   

Mason 45 - Springboro 24

106 Dominic DiTullio (Mason) pinned Michael Gust (Springboro)   

113 Pacey Najdusak (Mason) dec. Reid Salzer (Springboro) 18-2

120 Mason Kleinberg (Springboro) dec. Dante Ditullio (Mason) 6-2

126 Dylan Waugh (Mason) pinned Kevin Chitsaz (Springboro)      

132 Jacob Boulton (Springboro) pinned Sam Glassco (Mason)

138 Peyton Monley (Mason) dec. Parker Bell (Springboro) 6-2

145 Elric Nijakowski (Mason) dec. Tanner Cuttone (Springboro) 14-2

152 Christopher Donathan (Mason) pinned Will Coffield (Springboro)      

160 Kamal Adewumi (Mason) dec. Mark Calcaterra (Springboro) 8-4

170 Jacob Stamcoff (Springboro) dec. Toby Amburgy (Mason) 9-4

182 Eric Vermillion (Mason) pinned Parker Smith (Springboro)      

195 Jacob Kowalski (Springboro) pinned John Doran (Mason)      

220 Kevin Johnson (Springboro) pinned Emerik Moser (Mason)    

285 Brogan Reed (Mason) pinned Wade Humphrey (Springboro)

Mason advances to the OHSAA State Duals Final Four. The event will take place at OSU on Sunday, Feb. 11th.

 

The Comets will compete in the Greater Miami Conference Tournament this Saturday at Oak Hills High School.

2/3 GMCChampionships @ OH    

Comets win 9th GMC Title!

 

Mason outscored 2nd place Fairfield (223 to 175) on Saturday at Oak Hills to win its ninth consecutive Greater Miami Conference title. Ever since the 2009-10 season, the Comet Wrestling program has dominated the league.

The team put nine wrestlers into the finals, winning 5 weight classes. Amazingly, 12 out of 14 Comet wrestlers placed in the tournament. See results below:

 

Finals

106     Pacey Najdusak (Mason) dec. Jake Vayo-Smith (Sycamore)

120     Moustapha Bal (Fairfield) pin Dante Ditullio (Mason)

126     Jabari Thomas (Fairfield) dec. Dylan Waugh (Mason)                    

132     Sam Glassco (Mason) dec. Philip Hutchins (Princeton)       

145     Christopher Donathan (Mason) maj. dec. Collin Houston (Princeton)

160     Joseph Bradberry (Lak. West) dec. Kamal Adewumi (Mason)

170     Eric Vermillion (Mason) tech. fall Ryan Draughn (Sycamore)

220     Ivan Pace (Colerain) pin Emerik Moser (Mason)

285     Brogan Reed (Mason) dec. Tommy Ross (Colerain) 

 

Third Place Match

113     Dominic DiTullio (Mason) maj. dec. Izumi Harney (Sycamore)

152     J.D. Folz (Sycamore) dec. Elric Nijakowski (Mason) 

182     Toby Amburgy (Mason) tech. fall Adam Bartels (Fairfield)

 

Next up, Mason competes in the State Dual Team Tournament on Sunday Feb 11th at St. Johns Arena at Ohio State University. Mason will be one of 8 Division 1 teams seeking a State Team Title.

The Sectional Championships will be held Friday/Saturday, Feb. 23-24 at Hamilton and begins the road to the individualt state championships. Mason is the defending Sectional Champion. Qualifiers from Sectional to the District Tournament will be the top four (4) wrestlers in each weight class. 

2/11

STATE DUAL TOURNAMENT

@ OSU

   

Mason lost to St. Edwards in the Quarter Final Round of the State Dual Team tournament at St John Arena this past Sunday. It was the second consecutive season that the Comet Wrestling team had competed in the Final 8 team tourney. Graham Local nudged out St. Edward 28-23 to claim the state title. See results below:

 

St. Edward 48 - Mason 12

106 Pacey Najdusak  (Mason) dec. Richard Delsanter  (St. Edward)

113 Scott Richter (St. Edward) dec. Dominic DiTullio (Mason)        

120 Angelo Rini (St. Edward) dec. Dante Ditullio (Mason)   

126 Bryce Hepner (St. Edward) dec. Dylan Waugh (Mason)           

132 Matt Kazimir (St. Edward) dec. Sam Glassco (Mason)  

138 Bryce Andonian (St. Edward) pin Peyton Monley (Mason)

145 Christopher Donathan (Mason) dec. Sam Dover (St. Edward)

152 Padraic Gallagher (St. Edward) dec. Elric Nijakowski (Mason)

160 Kamal Adewumi (Mason) dec. Hudson Hightower (St. Edward)

170 Eric Vermillion (Mason) dec. Coner Beard (St. Edward)

182 Jiryes Zakaib (St. Edward) dec. Toby Amburgy (Mason)

195 Dakota Howard (St. Edward) pin Noah Calvert (Mason)

220 Seamus O'Malley (St. Edward) pin Emerik Moser (Mason)

285 Luca Santillo (St. Edward) pin Brogan Reed (Mason)

 

Mason travels to Delaware Hayes for a Tri Dual meet Thursday night with Hayes HS, Teays Valley HS and Watkins Memorial HS.

The Sectional Championships will be held at Hamilton High School on Friday and Saturdy, Feb. 23-24th. Each sectional will qualify the top four (4) wrestlers in each weight class to the district tournament.

2/15 Tri Dual Meet    

Mason Doubles up at Delaware Hayes Tri Dual

 

Mason defeated both the host team Delaware Hayes and Watkins Memorial Thursday night in convincing fashion. The Comets improve and conclude their dual team record to 22-5 team tying their season best in total wins. 

 

Mason 60 Delaware Hayes 13

 

132     Sam Glassco (M) pinned Demeko Barnes (DH)

138     Zach Williams (DH) pinned Peyton Monley (M)

145     Christopher Donathan (M) tech fall Tristan Burton (DH)

152     Elrick Nijakoswski (M) pinned Jacob Henley (DH)

160     Kamal Andewumi (M) dec Corbin May (DH)

170     Eric Vermillion (M) maj dec Mason Sutandar (DH)

182     Owen Amburgy (M) pinned Emmett Cain (DH)

195     Zane Hypes (DH) maj dec Jack Duran (M)

220     Nathan Robinson (DH) dec Noah Calvert (M)

285     Brogan Reed (M) pinned JP Lantz (DH)

106     Pacey Nadjusak (M) Forfeit

113     Noah Lippeatt (M)  Forfeit

120     Dominic DiTullio (M) maj dec Brystin Coldiron (DH)

126     Dante DiTullio (M) maj dec Zack Raquepaw (DH)

 

Mason 63 Watkins Memorial 6

 

138     Jared Droesch (WM) dec Peyton Monley (M)

145     Christopher Donathan (M) pinned Lucas Rummings (WM)

152     Elrick Nijakoswski (M) pinned Jeffery Cameron (WM)

160     Cole Foor (WM) dec Kamal Andewumi (M)

170     Eric Vermillion (M) pinned Kevin Mullins (WM)

182     Owen Amburgy (M) pinned CJ Martin (WM)

195     Jack Duran (M) Forfeit

220     Robert Soto (WM) dec Noah Calvert (M)

285     Brogan Reed (M) pinned Eli Doyle (WM)

106     Pacey Nadjusak (M) tech fall Branden Rennie (WM)

113     Noah Lippeatt (M)  maj dec Chase Dorsey (WM)

120     Dominic DiTullio (M) maj dec Levi Blackshear (WM)

126     Dante DiTullio (M) maj dec Alec Fulwider (WM)

132     Sam Glassco (M) maj dec Derek Taggart (WM)

 

Mason will compete in the Individual Sectional Tournament on Friday, Feb 23rd and Saturday, Feb 24 at Hamilton High School.

2/23-2/24

SECTIONAL

@ Hamilton

     
2/27-3/3

DISTRICTS

@ Kettering Fairmont

     
3/8-3/10

STATE CHAMPIONSHPS

OSU

     
         
         
         
         
         

 

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Girls Bowling

Date Event W/L Score Overall Record GMC Record

Highlights

11/27 East Clinton         NO REPORT
12/3 @ Big Blue Tourney        

The girls bowling team came in 14th place out of 18 teams at the Big Blue Tourney this past Sunday. The girls had a grand total of 2737 pins on the day. See scores below:

Lexie Canova 140, 141, 153 total 434
Julia Caldwell 112, 139, 102 total 353 Sheila McManus , 132, 122, 138 total 392

Liz Popp 178, 98 total 276
Diana Cravens 133, 152, 104 total 389
Morgan Register 109
Total for the games 1953
Bakers 126, 157, 138, 135, 116, 112 total for bakers 784

Next up Mason girls host McAuley today, Dec. 4th.

12/4 McAuley         No score reported
12/5 @ Hamilton lost 1785-1484 0-1 0-1

The Mason Girls bowling team fell to Hamilton on Tuesday, 1785-1484. No details provided.

Next up the Comet girls visit Seton on Wednesday, Dec. 6th.

12/6 @ Seton lost 2328-1802 0-2 0-1

The Girls Bowling team suffered another loss to Seton on Wednesday, 2328-1802. No other details provided.

Next up for the girls team is the annual Holiday Tourney on Saturday, Dec. 9th.

12/9 @ Holiday Tourney        

On Saturday, the Mason girls bowling team participated in the Holiday Tourney and came away with a 18th overall finish out of 30 teams. See scores/highlights below:

Diana Cravens 114, 135, 169 total pins 418
Morgan Register  112, 114, 105 total 331
Julia Caldwell 116, 169, 124 total 409   
Lexie Canova 156, 166, 146 total 468
Liz Popp 179, 169, 115 total 463

Bakers 83, 132, 121, 162, 148, 150 total pins for bakers 796.

Total pins for the tournament 2885 girls.

Next up the girls bowlers will host Fairfield on Monday, Dec. 11th.

12/11 Fairfield lost 2299-1711 0-3 0-2
Mason Girls bowiling lost to Fairfield 1711 to 2299 on Monday night.

High scorer for the team was Liz Popp 177 and 166.

Next up Mason will host Little Miami on Monday, Dec. 18th.

12/12 @ Monroe         NO REPORT
12/18 Little Miami won 1852-1771 1-3 0-2
Monday Mason Girls Bowling faced Little Miami. The
varsity defeated Little Miami 1852 to 1771.

High scores for Mason were Lexie Canova for the girls with a 311.

Next up the girls will visit Princeton on January 4th.

1/4 @ Princeton lost 1970-1846 1-4 0-3 No report
1/7 Back to School Bash        

Mason Girls Bowling competed in the Back To School Bash on Sunday, January 7th. The girls were 16th overall with a total score of 1744. See scores below:


Lexie Canova 181, 119 total 300 Sheila McManus 128, 134 total 262 Dianna Cravens 144, 106 total 250 Morgan Register 110, 136 total 246 Julia Caldwell 117, 111 total 228

Bakers 105, 128 total 233
Finals 122, 103 total 225

Next up the girls will host Oak Hills on Monday, January 8th.

1/8 Oak Hills lost 2278-1776 1-4 0-3  
1/9 @ Clark Montessori won 1693-1354 2-5 0-4

Mason Girls bowled against Clark Montessori on Tuesday and won with the total score of 1693. Clark Montessori scored 1354. See highlights below:


Lexie Canova 127, 184 total 311
Diana Cravens 113, 107 total to 220
Julia Caldwell total 145.
Liz Popp total 103
Morgan register total 150 
Faith Ruebusch total 126 
Sub scores 104, 136
Total for games 1295
Bakers 124, 127, 147 total 398

Next up Mason is at Anderson on Wednesday, Jan. 17th.

            Mason girls had a tough day at the Lancer Invite, finishing 22nd out of 22 teams.
1/17 @ Anderson        

No report

Next up the Girls Bowlers will be at Sycamore on Saturday.

1/18 @ Sycamore won 1537-1131 3-6 1-4

Mason girls defeated Sycamore by a score of 1537 to 1131 on Thursday.. Highest scores were Lexie Canova with a 267 series and Morgan register also with a 267 series.

Next up the Comets visit West on Monday, Jan. 22nd.

1/22 @ West lost 1846-1441 3-7 1-5

Girls Bowling fell 1846-1441 at West on Monday. No other details provided.

Next up the girls host Milford on Monday, Jan. 29th.

1/29 Milford lost 2582-1673 3-8 1-5 Mason Girls bowling sufferred a 2582-1673 loss at the hands of Milford on Monday.
1/30 @ Lebanon lost 2269-1606 3-9 1-5

The Girls Bowling team fell to Lebanon 2269-1606 on Tuesday afternoon. Girls top bowler was Lexie Canova with a 332 two game series.

Next up Mason girls roll at Colerain on Thursday, Feb. 1st.

2/1 @ Colerain lost 1883-1505 3-10 1-6

Mason Girls bowllng went to Colerain for a GMC match on Thursday, losing 1505 to 1883.  High girls scorer was Lexie canova's 314 series.  

Next up the Girls team will host Lakota East on Monday, Feb. 5th.

2/5 Lakota East         no report
2/12 Kings         Next up Mason will host Kings in the final regular season home match on Monday, Feb. 12th. Mason will visit Middletown on Wednesday, Feb. 14th to close out the regular season.
2/14 @ Middletown lost 2099-1885 4-12 2-7

Mason Girls Bowling fell to Middletown last Wednesday, Feb. 14th on their final regular season match. Score: 2099-1885. No other details provided.

Girls Districts will be held Thursday, Feb. 22nd @ Colerain Bowl (9:00 a.m.).

Teams and individuals qualifying for the District Championship will be as follows:
Division I - Five (5) teams and five (5) individuals qualify for State.

2/22 District Championships @ Colerain Bowl          
             
             

 


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Boys Bowling

Date Event W/L Score Overall Record GMC Record
Highlights
11/27 East Clinton won 2944-1337 1-0  
Mason Boys Bowling opened their season Nov. 27th defeating East Clinton 2944 to 1337.

 

Top scorers were Evan Haas at 490, Nick Visalli at 448, and Kian Encarnacion at 435.

The 2944 team total marks the team's best start in the past 7 years.
12/2 @ Big Blue Tourney 3rd place      
The boys bowlers rolled at the Hamilton Big Blue Tourney this past Saturday and finished in third place behind Centerville and Oak Hills HS. Evan Haas was the top bowler (744), 30 pins and well ahead of his nearest competitor .

Damian Sauer also had a great day with a 6th place finish. See scores below:

1 Evan Haas 279 242 253 774
2 Damian Sauer 214 219 251 684
3 Kian Encarnacion 177 190 176 543
4 Michael Finley 232 190 193 615
5 Nick Visalli 180 136 316
6 Johnathon Davis 189 189

 

 

Next up Mason boys will host Lasalle on Monday, Dec. 4th.

12/4 LaSalle lost 3091-2975 1-1 0-0

On Monday the boys bowling team lost to Lasalle while posting one of their top scores ever. Lasalle also posted one of their top scores. Final score Lasalle 3091 Mason 2975. Game highlights below:

 


Evan haas posted a 279, 278 (557 two game series), Michael Finley 213, 219 and Kian Encarnacion 247, 181.

12/5 @ Hamilton won 2409-2004 2-1 1-0

The Mason boys opened GMC play on Tuesday with a big 2409-2004 win over Hamilton. Evan Haas had the high series with a 386.

Next up the Comet boys will visit Elder on Wednesday, Dec. 6th.

12/6 @ Elder won 3144-2965 3-1 1-0

Mason boys bowling downed Elder on Wednesday, 3144-2965. High series was Michael Finley with a 443. Mason goes to 3-1 overall.

Next up the Comets will participated in the annual Holiday Tourney on Sunday, Dec. 10th.

12/11 Fairfield lost 2897-2869 3-2 1-1
Boys bowling lost in a close match to Fairfield 2869 to 2897 on Monday.

High scorer for Mason was Evan Haas with a 457 series ( 246-211 ).

Next up Mason will host Little Miami on Monday, Dec. 18th.

12/16 Beast of the East Tourney        
Saturday, Dec. 16th the boys travelled to Zanesville for the Beast of the East tourney and came in second place.
Evan Haas finished 4th overall with a 677 three game series.
12/18 Little Miami        
Monday Mason faced Little Miami as the

boys defeated Little Miami 2934 to 2401.

 


Evan Haas led the team with a 461.

Next up the boys will visit Princeton on January 4th.

1/4 @ Princeton won 2505-2390     No report
1/7 @ Back To School Tourney         This past Sunday the boys bowled in the Back to school tournament at Fairfield Lanes and won the event. The boys came in first place after starting the knock out round as third seed.
1/8 Oak Hills lost 3326-3068 6-3 2-2

On Tuesday the Comet boys bowled extremely well against the best team in the GMC, the Oak Hills Highlanders. Unfortunately they were defeated as their opponent may have set an all-time 14 game series averaging over 230 per throw. Highlights below:

Mason had several terrific scores: Evan Haas 458, Michael Finley 460, and Kian Encarnacion led the team with a terrific 486,

Next up Mason (6-3, 2-2) will participate in the Lancer Tourney on Saturday, Jan. 13th.

1/13 @ Lancer Tourney         No report
1/15 @ MLK Tourney        

No report

The Boys Bowling team returns to action this Wednesday when they visit Anderson.

1/17 @ Anderson     7-3 2-2
The boys team went to Cherry grove lanes to take on Anderson on Wednesday.
Evan Haas set up the team for an easy victory by throwing a first game 280, one strike shy of a 300.
The rest of the team also did very well bowling 1067 and 1059, averaging as a team 212 points a game.
Noteworthy scores were Michael Finley with a 228,236 -464 series and Johnathon Davis with a 216,227 -443 series.


Sycamore results from Thursday not available.

Next up Mason will visit Sycamroe on Saturday.

1/18 @ Sycamore won 2853-2439 8-3 3-2 Mason Boys defeated Sycamore 2853 to 2439 last Thursday. High scores were Evan Haas at 453 two game series and Michael Finley with a 444 two game series.
1/20 Frosh/Soph Tourney     8-3 3-2

On Saturday the boys traveled to Crossgate Lanes for the freshman sophomore tournament. Out of 14 teams the boys finished 6th place, which is good.  However, on a brighter note,  Damien Sauer had a 275 series placing him number one overall. That is the third year on a row that mason has finished in first place individually. 

Next up the Bowling teams are at West today.

1/22 @ West won 2814-2507 9-3 4-2

Mason boys bowling defeated Lakota West on Monday, 2814-2507. No other detail provided.

Next up Mason boys (9-3, 4-2) are at Jaguar on Saturday, Jan. 27th.

1/27 @ Jaguar          
1/29 Milford won 3028-2751 10-3 4-2 Mason boys bowling got a 3028-2751 win over Milford on Monday.
1/30 @ Lebanon won 2799-2723 11-3 4-2

Mason boys bowling keeps piling up the wins with an impressive 2799-2723 win at Lebanon on Tuesday afternoon. The Comets top bowler was Evan Haas with a 478 series.

Next up Mason boys (11-3, 4-2) roll at Colerain on Thursday, Feb. 1st.

2/1 @ Colerain won 2831-2826 12-3 5-2

Mason Boys bowling defeated a terrific Colerain Cardinal team on Thursday bowling one of their best matches of the year.  Colerain averages just over 1900 and bowled a 2826 series.  Mason however was boosted by Damian Sauer's first game 279.

It came down to the final game with Mason only up by 39 pins. Colerain bowled their best baker game 246. Mason was able to scrape together a 211 to win by only 5 pins, 2831 to 2826. 

Mason boys bowling (12-3, 5-2) is back in action at home on Monday, Feb. 5th versus Lakota East.

2/5 Lakota East        

no report

Next up Mason will host Kings in the final regular season home match on Monday, Feb. 12th. Mason will visit Middletown on Wednesday, Feb. 14th to close out the regular season.

2/12 Kings lost 2605-2557 12-4 5-2  
2/14 @ Middletown won 2871-2730 14-4 7-2

Mason boys defeated Middletown last Wednesday 2871-2730 to close out their regular season with a tie for 2nd place (FF) in the GMC.

Boys Districts will be held Wednesday February 21st @ Colerain Bowl (9:00 a.m.).

Teams and individuals qualifying for the District Championship will be as follows:
Division I - Five (5) teams and five (5) individuals qualify for State.

2/21

Sectional TOURNEY

@ Crossgate Lanes

       

SECTIONAL CHAMPS

Mason outlasted 15 other teams at Wednesdays Sectional Championships at Crossgate Lanes to place 1st overall and advance to Districts. The Comets shot a team total of 3845 to nose out Elder (3746) for the title.

Evan Haas led Mason with a 608 total followed by Nick Visalli with a 514.

The Comets advance to the District Championships at Beaver-Vu on Thursday, March 1st.

Teams and individuals qualifying for the District Championship will be as follows:
Division I - Five (5) teams and five (5) individuals qualify for State.

3/1

DISTRICTS

Beaver-Vu Lanes

         
             
             
             

 

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Competition Cheerleading

 

 Date
Event
 Placing
Highlights
10/21 Spirit Fest 1st place  
11/4 Midwest Showcase @ Fairfield HS 1st place  
12/3

Cheermax Holiday Cheer

@ Sharonville Convention

1st place  
1/14 Memorial Spirit Series 1st place

Congratulations to the Mason Competition Cheerleading Team who earned a big victory at the Memorial Spirit Series event this past Sunday.  

Next up the Comp Cheer Team competes at the Pickerington Spirit Series on Sunday, Jan. 21st. 
1/21

Pickerington Spirit Series

@ Pickerington HS

  NO REPORT
2/4

Regionals

@ Stivers School For Arts, Dayton

 

Mason Competititon Cheer had a great weekend. This past Sunday they competed at the Regionals at Stivers School For the Arts. The team made the most to the opportunity and qualifed for the State Championships to held March 4th at St. Johns Arena in Columbus, Ohio.

 

Congratulations Girls!

Go Comets!

2/11

Cheer Max

@ Great Wolfe Lodge

 

The Mason Competition Cheer Team was awesome this past Sunday at Cheer Max held at Great Wolfe Lodge. The Comets won 1st place and were crowned Grand Champions of the event.

Congratulations Girls!

Next up is the Buckeye Championship held at Dublin Jerome HS on Sunday, Feb. 25th.

2/25

Buckeye Championship

@ Dublin Jerome HS

   
3/4

State Championships

@ St. Johns Arena OSU

   
       
       
       

 

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