Mason girls lacrosse preview

mhs-athletics Girls Lacrosse

It’s go time for the Mason Girls Lacrosse team. A one point loss in last year’s state tournament is in the rearview mirror and now the team has set their sights on a new challenge, including coming out on top of their inaugural season in the Greater Miami Conference. The team has a lot of returning talent and will be lead by senior defenders Madisen Bangs and Megan Elko. On offense, they will be led by Ellie Lefton and Julia Block at attack. READ MORE HERE: http://thecspn.com/?p=50238

girls track season preview

mhs-athletics Girls Track

For the Mason Girls track and field team, it’s redemption season. Last year, Princeton dethroned the Comets as Greater Miami Conference (GMC) champions by half a point, after the Mason girls had held the title for 10 consecutive seasons. This season, the team will rely on experience and consistency in their quest to reclaim the GMC championship.READ MORE HERE: http://thecspn.com/?p=50252

boys tennis season preview

mhs-athletics Boys Tennis

Young. That’s the word that describes this year’s Mason Boys Tennis Team. After winning the Ohio Tennis Coaches Association (OTCA) state title and going undefeated last year, the team lost multiple key seniors – including Shashank Singuri, Vishnu Srinath, and Pavan Vattyam. Fortunately, many talented freshmen joined the program this year with the goal of continuing the winning tradition Mason tennis has established and bringing home an- other state championship. READ MORE HERE: http://thecspn.com/?p=50285

boys track season preview

mhs-athletics Boys Track

The Mason Boys’ track and field team is looking to leap new hurdles this year. With the likes of seniors Akari Porter (200M, 400M), Jaymon Penn (100M, 200M), Josh Wright (100M, 200M), junior Nick French (110M Hurdles, 300M hurdles), returning for the track team, and junior Keegan Mullins leading the field events in high jump, the program has their eyes set on a 12th straight Greater Miami Conference (GMC) championship, and a better postseason finish, after placing 38th at state last season. READ MORE HERE: http://thecspn.com/?p=50257

Mason softball season preview

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The Mason softball program is no stranger to success. Over the past three seasons the Comets have compiled a record of 72-12 (52-2 in the Greater Miami Conference (GMC)), won three GMC championships and three district titles. Senior shortstop and University of Dayton signee Ali Weekley has been a key part of the Comets success and looks to continue the Comets’ winning ways into the 2019 season. READ MORE HERE: http://thecspn.com/?p=50270

Boys lacrosse season preview

mhs-athletics Boys Lacrosse

This time, it’s official. This season, Boys Lacrosse will officially be a Greater Miami Conference (GMC) sport. The team will be lead by senior attack Xander Wells, Mason’s all-time goals scored leader, as well as defender Luke Volpenhein and attack Carson Croy, both potential college lacrosse players. The team will need contributions from everyone, though, including goalie Sam LoPiccolo and midfielder Carson Block, who already scored a game winning goal to start the season. READ MORE HERE: http://thecspn.com/?p=50265

Mason baseball season preview

mhs-athletics Baseball

The Mason Comets baseball team is determined to continue their winning ways in 2019. After winning a league, district, and regional championship in a season that concluded in the state final four, there is not much room for improvement; however, their goals remain the same. READ MORE HERE: http://thecspn.com/?p=50199 

boys volleyball season preview

mhs-athletics Boys Volleyball

Experience matters. With critical returning players and a good year under their belt, the Mason Boys Volleyball team looks to reach the summit and bring home a Greater Miami Conference championship this year. Seniors outside hitter Evan Beyke and defensive specialist Ryan Doerrer look to make their last year count and achieve what this program has been striving for the past 11 years: a conference title. READ MORE HERE: http://thecspn.com/?p=50218

Mike Reid Named 2018 OTCA Tennis Coach of the Year!

Dan Hilen Boys Tennis, Girls Tennis

In special ceremonies, in Columbus, Ohio on Sunday night, Mason Head Tennis Coach Mike Reid was recognized with a very special honor.  The Ohio Tennis Coaches Association named Reid their 2018 OTCA and National Federation of State HS Associations Girls Coach of the Year.  Below are highlights of Coach Reid’s coaching career. The Reid ResumeMike Reid began coaching high school tennis in 1988 at Helix High School in San Diego, CA.  Reid became the Mason High School Girls head tennis coach in the 2011 season.  He has led the Comet Girls program to 5 Greater Miami Conference titles (2013, 15, 16,17, …