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Mason Comets 2019-20
Winter Sports Results


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last updated February 24, 2020

Boys Basketball

Season Stats

Date
Opponent
W/L
Score
Overall
Record
GMC
Record
Game Highlights
Game Stats
11/29

Ohio Valley Hoops Classic

vs. Carmel

@ home 7:30

lost 61-54 0-1  

Mason Boys Basketball opened their 2019-20 season at the Ohio Valley Hoops Classic this past Friday night. The Comets fell in a close encounter by a score of 61-54. The contest was decided by a 4th quarter surge and long-range shooting by Carmel.

Mason was led by Jack Coopers' 18 points.

The Comets get right back at it, with an away game vs. Kings on Tuesday.

 
12/3 @ Kings won 67-33 1-1  

Mason Boys Bball earned their first win of the season on Tuesaday night with a 67-33 non-conference victory at Kings.

The Comets ran out to a 37-18 lead at the half and never looked back. Mitchel Greer and Alec Dardis led Mason with 21 and 17 points, respectively. Ben Stuart grabbed 11 rebounds.

Mason (1-1) opens GMC play at home this Friday when they entertain Hamilton. Varsity tip off is 7:15.

 
12/6 Hamilton lost 64-48 1-2 0-1

Mason Boys Bball fell to visiting Hamilton on Friday, 64-48. The Comets got out to an early 1st quarter lead (17-10) but allowed Big Blue to tie it up by halftime. Mason got out scored 34-18 in the 2nd half.

Leading scorers for Mason were Jack Cooper, 14 and Mitchell Greer 12.

The Comets will visit Lakota East (3-0) on Tuesday night.

 
12/10 @ East lost 44-40 1-3 0-2

Mason Boys bball fell at Lakota East 44-40 on Tuesday night in a tight, turnover plagued contest. The Comets trailed 23-19 at the half, but kept it close until the last minute of the game.

Mitch Greer led Mason with 21 points.

The Comets will play at Sycamore on Friday, Dec. 13th.

 
12/13 @ Sycamore won 69-47 2-3 1-2

Mason Boys returned to their winning ways last Friday night with a 69-47 road win over Sycamore.

The Comets raced out to a 34-14 half time advantage and the Aves could not muster a 2nd half come-back.

Mason was led by Mitch Greers 17 and Jack Coopers 13 points. Alec Dardis provided the scores 9 assists on the night.

Next up, Mason will visit Princeton on Friday, Dec. 20th.

 
12/20 @ Princeton lost 75-49 2-4 1-3

Below are results and updates for the varsity boys bball team over the recent Holiday break:

On Friday, Dec. 20th, the Comets could not overcome a first quarter deficient and fell at Princeton 75-49.

 
12/27

Holiday Tourney

vs. Springboro

@ Mason

won 62-46 3-4 1-3 Mason played Springboro in their Holiday Tourney on Saturday, Dec. 27th and won 62-46. Jack Cooper led the team with a double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds. Matt Smith added 12.  
12/28

Holiday Tourney

vs. Loveland

@ Mason

lost 51-46 3-5 1-3 The boys basketball team fell to Loveland 51-46 in Holiday tourney finale on Saturday, Dec. 28th. Brysen King (12 points) and Matt Smith (11 points) led Mason.  
1/3 Colerain won 76-41 4-5 2-3

Mason got back to their winning ways on Friday, Jan. 3 with a 76-41 rout of visiting Colerain. Mtch Greer led the Comets with 19 points.

Next up, Mason boys will host Middletown tonight in another GMC matchup.

 
1/7 Middletown won 57-37 5-5 3-3

Mason Boys Bball stopped Middletown 57-37 on Tuesday tonight in a home game affair. The Comets got out to a 17-4 advantage early and added to their lead in the third quarter.

Mason was led by Mitch Greer's 14. Bryson King came off the bench and added 11. Alec Dardis dished out 4 assists along with Jack Cooper.

The Comets evened their record at 5-5 overall and 3-3 in the GMC. They go on the road this Friday to face Lakota West.

 
1/10 @ West won 43-41 6-5 4-3

Mason took care of the Firebirds on Friday night with a 43-41 win. The Coments trailed by 6 at the half but turned it around in the 2nd half out-scoring West 22-14 in the final two frames.

Mitch Greer poured in 19 to lead Mason and Jack Cooer added 10 and 9 rebounds. The Comet defense did not allow West a single three-point basket the entrie evening (0-9).

Mason goes to 6-5 overall and 4-3 in the GMC. They will host Oak Hills on Tuesday.

 
1/14 Oak Hills won 45-38 7-5 5-3

Mason took down one of the GMC leaders last night defeating Oak Hills 45-38. The contest was tight throughout and not decided until the final seconds of the game. Mason led 22-17 at the half, then outscored OH 16-10 down the stretch to pull away.

Mitch Greer led Mason with 25 points. Ben Stuart snarred 8 rebounds.

Next up, Mason (7-5, 4-3) will visit Fairfield on Friday.

 
1/17 @ Fairfield won 62-42 8-5 6-3

Mason Boys Bball defeated Fairfiled on the road last Friday, 62-42. The Comets raced out to a 21-10 first quarter lead but the Indians closed the gap by halftime 29-25. In the last two quarters Mason outscored Fairfield 33-17 to win the contest and make it 5 stratght wins.

Matt Smith and Mitch Greer led the Comets with 19 and 18 points, repectively. Matt had a double-double collecting 10 rebounds also.

Next up, Mason (8-5, 6-3) will be seeking to knock-off the GMC leader, Lakota East, at home this Friday.

SPECIAL NOTE:

Mason High School and the Boys Basketball Program is presenting a special award to Eddie Kelly for the 50th Anniversary of his record 51 points in a single game.  

The award will be presented at approximately 7:15 just prior to the start of Boys Varsity game vs. Sycamore on Friday, January 31st.

Hope to see a large number of alumni at the game!

GO COMETS!

 

 
1/24 Lakota East lost 61-48 8-6 6-4

Mason fell to visiting Lakota East on Friday, 61-48. The Comets trailed by 7 at the half. In the third and fourth quarters, Mason stayed in it with the league leading Hawks, but could not take advantage of opportunities to close the gap.

Mason scoring leaders: Jack Cooper 16 and Alec Dardis 12.

Next up, Mason (8-6, 6-4) will host Princeton on Tuesday.

 
1/28 Princeton won 61-58 9-6 7-4

Mason Boys Bball defeated one of the top teams in the GMC this year on Tuesaday night at home. Princeton fell to the Comets by a score of 61-58. The contest was very tight thru out with Mason getting the upper hand (14-11) in the fourth quarter to pull away.

Mtch Greer led Mason with 20 points. Jack Cooper and Payton Ramsey added 13 and 11, respectively.

The Comets jump into third place in the GMC behind East and Oak Hills and tied with the Vikings at 7-4 in the league.

Next up, Mason will host Sycamore on Friday, Jan. 31st.

 
1/31 Sycamore won 74-35 10-6 8-4

Mason boys bball earned another GMC win on Friday, defeating visiting Sycamore 74-35. The Comets took control in the 2nd half outscoring the Aves 38-13. Mitch Greer led Mason with 23 points. Jack Cooper and Payton Ramsey added 10 each.

Next up, Mason (10-6, 8-4) will visit Colerain on Tuesday, Feb. 4th.

 
2/4 @ Colerain won 60-45 11-6 9-4

Mason boys bball notched another GMC win last night at Colerain, defeating the Cardinals 60-45. Matt Smith led the Comets with 19 points. Mitch Greer added 14 , while Payton Ramsey came off the bench and scored 10.

Mason (11-6, 9-4) will visit Hamilton on Friday.

 
2/7 @ Hamilton lost 53-40 11-7 9-5

Mason boys fell at Hamilton on Friday 53-40. The Comets got off to a slow start in the first quarter and played "catchup" the rest of the game. Unfortunately they could not close the scoring gap against Big Blue.

Matt Smith led Mason with 16 points while Mitch Greer added 11.

Next up, Mason will visit Middletown on Tuesday as they enter the last week of the regular season.

 

 
2/11 @ Middletown won 59-49 OT 12-7 10-5

It took an extra period on Tuesday night, but the Comets were able to edge out another GMC win at Middeltown by a final of 59-49. In a game that saw 4 lead changes, the Middies sent the game to OT with no time on the clock.

The Comets outscored Middletown with special help from the free throw line in overtime. Mitch Greer led Mason in scoring with 21 points. Jack Cooper added 11.

Mason (12-7, 10-5) will play their final regular season game at home against Fairfield this Friday.

 

 
2/14 Fairfield won 75-58 13-7 11-5

Mason Boys closed our their regular season last Friday with a commanding 75-58 win over Fairfield. The Comets jumped out to a 20-10 advantage in the first quarter to help their cause.

Matt Smith came off the bench for the Comets to lead them in scoring wit h14. Mitch Greer and Shameel Abid added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

The Comets have secured the #10 seed in the upcoming Sectional. They otained a first round bye and will play Lakota West on Tuesday, Feb. 25th, 6:00 pm at Hamilton. The Comets defeated the Firebirds 43-41 in their only meeting this season.

The winner will advance to the Sectional final on Friday, 7:00 pm vs. the winner of the Winton Woods/Princeton contest at Hamilton.

 
2/25

SECTIONAL

vs. Lakota West

@ Hamilton 6:00

           
               

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Girls Basketball

  Season Stats

Date
Opponent
W/L
Score
Overall
Record
GMC
Record
Game Highlights
Game Stats
12/2 @ Springboro lost 56-53 0-1 0-0

Mason Girls Basketball opened their season at Springboro on Monday and came up short, losing 56-53.

The Comets were led by Margo Mattes 19 points. Alanna Carter added 10.

Next up, Mason will visit Lakota East, TONIGHT, Dec. 4th.

 
12/4 @ Lakota East won 54-33 1-1 1-0

Mason Girls Bball got back to their winning ways on Wednesday, swamping East 54-33. The team was led by Margo Mattes 15 points. Gabby Razzano added 12 for the Comets.

Next for Mason (1-1, 1-0)...they will host Hamilton on Saturday.

 
12/7 Hamilton won 68-40 2-1 2-0

Mason Girls hoopsters took another GMC win on Saturday, defeating visitin Hamiltoin 68-40. The Comets held a 36-16 advantage at the half.

Mason was led by Margo Mattes 21 points. Gabby Razzano added 15.

Mason (2-1, 2-0) will host Colerain on Wednesday.

 
12/11 Colerain won 61-35 3-1 3-0

Mason Girls Basketball rolls to 3-1 overall and 3-0 in the GMC with a 61-35 defeat at Colerain on Wednesday.

The Comets were led by freshman Margo Mattes 21 points and Marilyn Popplewell's 10 points.

Next up, Mason will play a rare Friday night contest at Sycamore tonight, 6:00 pm tipoff. The Comets stay on the road Saturday when the visit Princeton.

 
12/13 @ Sycamore won 58-44 4-1 4-0

Mason Girls Bball split a pair of weekend games. On Friday they visited Sycamore and came a way with their 4th GMC win, 58-44 over Sycamore.

Marilyn Popplewell and Mago Mattes led Mason with 19 and 16 points, respectively. Alanna Carter ripped 11 rebounds in the game.

 
12/14 @ Princeton lost 57-47 4-2 4-1

The Comets took their first GMC loss of the season on Saturday, 57-47 at Princeton. Mason fell behind 28-24 to the Vikings at the hafl and were not able to gain ground in the 2nd half.

Alanna Carter led the Comets with 17 points, while Marilyn Popplewell scored 11.

Next up, Mason will host East on Tuesday.

 
12/17 Lakota East won 58-49 5-2 5-1

Mason Girls Bball hosted East on Tuesday night and came away with a 58-49 win. The Comets raced out to a 19-6 lead then held the Hawks off the rest of the way.

Margo Mattes was the scoring leader with 21 points. Marilyn Popplewell added 16 to help the cause. Mattes finished with a double-double collecting 13 caroms. Catherine Cary added 6 assists to her teammates.

Next up for Mason (5-2, 5-1) is a home game vs. Fairmont on Thursday, Dec. 19th.

 
12/19 Fairmont lost 64-36 5-3 5-1

The Girls Bball team hosted Kettering Fairmont on Thursday and fell 64-36. The Comet offense struggled with no player reaching double figures.

Mason (5-3, 5-1) will compete at the Murfreeboro Tournament (TN) during winter break with games on Friday, Dec. 27th and Saturday, Dec. 28th.

The team returns to action Saturday, Jan 4th with a home game versus Oak Hills.

 
12/27

Murfreesboro Tourney (TN)

vs. Hamilton Heights

lost 53-39 5-4 5-1

Below are recent results and updates for the girls bball team over Holiday Break:

On Friday, Dec. 27th Mason travel to Murfreesboro TN for a two-day holiday tourney. In the first round Mason fell to Hamilton Heights HS 53-39.

 
12/28

Murfreesboro Tourney (TN)

vs. Riverdale HS

won 52-48 6-4 5-1 Mason girls rebounded with a 52-48 win over Riverdale HS on Saturday, Dec. 28th of the TN tourney. Margo Mattes led the Comets with 19 points.  
1/4 Oak Hills won 57-43 7-4 6-1

Mason hosted Oak Hills on Saturday, Jan. 4th and came away with a 57-43 victory. Margo Mattes once again led the Comets with 22 points.

Next up, Mason (7-4, 6-1) will visit Fairfield on Wednesday, Jan. 8th.
 
1/8 @ Fairfield won 45-35 8-4 7-1

Mason Girls Bball kept pace in the GMC race with an away 45-35 win at Fairfield on Wednesday night. The ladies were able to pull away from the pesky Indians in the 2nd half to get the W.

Riley Cosimi came off the bench to lead Mason with 13 points. Margo Mattes also added 13.

The Comets (8-4, 7-1) are at Middletown on Saturday.

 
1/11 @ Middletown won 68-34 9-4 8-1

Mason smashed Middletown on Saturday, 68-34. Marilyn Popplewell led the team with 19 points. Margo Mattes added 14.

Next up, Mason (9-4, 8-1) will visit Hamilton on Wednesday, Jan. 15th. The Comets make their annual trek to Amish Country this coming weekend to compete in the prestigious Classic in the Country.

 
1/15 @ Hamilton won 57-32 10-4 9-1

Mason Girls Bball bounced Hamilton on Wednesday, 57-32. The Comets held a 29-19 advantage after two quarters and expanded their lead in the 2nd half.

Freshman Margo Mattes led the Comets with 18 points (7-14 from the field).

Mason will play at the prestigious Classic in the Country the weekend.

 
1/18

Classic in Country

vs. Canton McKinley

won 53-30 11-4 9-1 Mason Girls Bball participated in the annual Classic in the Country in Berlin, Ohio over the weekend. On Friday, the Comets defeated Canton Mckinley by a score of 53-30. Margo Mattes lead Mason with 21 points in the contest. Marilyn Popplewell added 13 and Alanna Carter 10.  
1/19

Classic in the Country

vs. Newark

lost 59-45 11-5 9-1

On Saturday, the Comets fell to Newark HS, 59-45. Mason played from behind most of the game. Mattes scored 12 to lead Mason.

Next up, Mason (11-5, 9-1) will travel to GMC co-leader Lakota West on Saturday, January 25th. Mason, Princeton and West are all tied at the top of the GMC with 9-1 records.

 
1/25 @ West lost 52-43 11-6 9-2

Mason girls lost to Lakota West 52-43 on Saturday, in a battle for league supremecy. The Comets found themselves down by only 2 at the half, but lost some ground in the third quarter and could not make up the difference.

Margo Mattes poured in 18 and Alanna Carter 10 to lead Mason.

Next up, Mason (11-6, 9-2) will host Princeton on Wednesday.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

In honor of Liz Lothrop and cancer research the Mason Basketball Programs are putting on a double header this coming Friday night against Sycamore. The girls will tip off at 6pm and boys to follow 730pm on January 31st.

The game is themed THIS IS OUR FIGHT and will raise money for cancer research in Liz name. Liz had a smile that would light up a room and a heart that loved unconditionally. She was a graduate of Mason High School and played on the varsity basketball team. As a 7th grader here at Mason she beat leukemia!! But those same treatments she had to get to beat leukemia ended up giving her brain cancer. Liz lost her battle on May 3rd, 2016. But before she died she made sure everyone knew that her story is one of millions of stories that are out there.

 
1/29 Princeton lost 51-50 11-7 9-3

Mason girls bball 4th quarter come-back fell just short on Wednesday night. The Comets fell behind 42-33 after three quarters, but closed the gap to one in the final seconds, before losing by a 51-50 final.

Mason was led by Margo Mattes with 15 and Alanna Carter with 11 points. Carter had a double-double also collecting 11 rebounds and also adding 5 assists and 5 steals.

Next up, Mason (11-7, 9-3) will host Sycamore tonight with a 6:00 tip off at the Middle School Arena. On Saturday, Mason will host Middletown at the high school's new gym at 1:45 varsity tipoff.

 
1/31 Sycamore lost 72-67 OT (4) 11-8 9-4

Mason Girls suffered overatime 72-67 loss to visiting Sycamore on Firday night. The exciting contest went into 4 extra periods to be decided. The Comets fell behind in the first half, but caught up to Sycamore in the final two quarters of regulation to send the game to OT to be decided. Unfortunately , Msaon got outscored 9-4 in the fourth OT to fall to the Aves.

Megan Wagner led Mason with 22 points. Alanna Carter added 13. Marilyn Popplewell pulled down an amazing total of 23 rebounds in the game, also scoring 9.

 
2/1 Middletown won 64-39 12-8 9-4

On Saturday, the girls rebounded with a 64-39 win over Middletown at home. Alanna Carter had 18, Gabby Razzano 14, Marilyn Popplewell 13 and Riley Cosimi 11 in the game.

Mason (12-8, 9-4) will visit Colerain on Wednesday.

 

 
2/5 @ Colerain won 53-34 13-8 11-4

Mason Girls Bball completed their regular season schedule last week with two GMC wins.

On Wednesday, they defeated Colerain 53-34. The Comets were led in scoring by Riley Cosimi (14), Alanna Carter (13) and Megan Wagner (10).

 
2/8 Fairfield won 57-32 14-8 12-4

On the final game of the regular season on Saturday, Mason girls defeated Fairfield at home 57-32. Senior Alanna Carter led the Comets with 16 followed by senior Megan Wagner's 14. Both Alanna, Megan and Hannah Carlin were honored in pre-game senior day recognitions.

The Comet girls finish with a 14-8 overall record and 12-4 in the GMC (3rd place) heading into postseason play.

Mason girls pulled the #7 seed in the upcoming Sectional. They will open play tonight against Ursuline at Lakota East at 6:00 pm.

 
2/19

SECTIONAL

vs. Ursuline

@ East 6:00 pm

won 39-36 15-8 12-4

Mason Girls Basketball held off Ursuline 39-36 on Wednesday in the 2nd round of the Sectional Tourney at East. UA was able to mount a serious come back effort in the fourth quarter that fell short allowing the Comets to advance in the postseason.

Riley Cosimi led the Comets with 17 points while Marilyn Popple well provide 8 rebounds and 8 points.

Mason (15-8) will advance to the Sectional final this Monday against 6th seeded Loveland, for a 7:30 pm tipoff at Lakota East.

 
2/24

SECTIONAL FINAL

vs. Loveland

7:30 at East

           
               
               

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Boys Swimming

Date Event Team Placings
Meet result links
Highlights/notes

 

12/6

Akron Firestone-Green/White

@ home

     
12/7 Mason Invite-Green/White 2nd  

Saturday was the Mason Invitational. This was the 16th year we have run this invite! We hosted 15 teams & over 350 swimmers! 

 

The Boy’s team finished 2nd. It was a long day for everyone involved but seeing all our swimmers swimming so well throughout the day was well worth it!

Top 8 performers listed below:

Boys

200 Medley Relay – 2nd – JoJo Minezawa, Sahan Kansakar, Nick Conti, Kevin Wu

200 Freestyle – 5th – Oliver Soper

50 Freestyle – 3rd Kevin Wu, 7th Sean Huggins

100 Butterfly – 2nd Nick Conti, 8th Daiki Nishikawa

100 Freestyle – 3rd Kevin Wu, 7th Max Plumley, 8th Joel Steinbicker

500 Freestyle – 6th Joseph Tomlinson

200 Freestyle Relay – 2nd Daiki Nishikawa, Sahan Kansakar, Max Plumley, Sean Huggins

100 Backstroke – 4th JoJo Minezawa, 5th Sean Huggins, 6th Will Fox

100 Breaststroke – 5th Sahan Kansakar

400 Freestyle Relay – 2nd Kevin Wu, Max Plumley, Sean Huggins, JoJo Minezawa

Boys Swimmer of the meet was Kevin Wu.

Next up, Mason Swim/Dive will host a quad meet this Saturday with Lebanon, Kings and Princeton.

12/14

Quad vs. Lebanon/Kings/Princeton Green/White

@ home

   

This past Saturday Boys Swim plus our divers hosted Lebanon, Princeton, & Kings in a quad meet. The Comets showed amazing depth and also had some outstanding performances.

TEAM SCORES

Boy’s scores - Mason 115, Kings 97, Lebanon 48, Princeton 24

Relay & Individual winners were:

Boys

200 Freestyle & 100 Breaststroke - Kevin Wu

500 Freestyle & 100 Backstroke - Max Boho

200 Freestyle Relay – Kevin Wu, Steven Habra, Sahan Kansakar, Sean Huggins

Oliver Soper was named swimmer of the meet!

Next for the Mason Green is the Akron Firestone Invite on Friday and the Canton Invite on Saturday.


12/20

CHCA/Badin-Green/White

@ home

    WAITING ON RESULTS
12/20

Akron Firestone-Green only

@ Akron

   

Akron Firestone Results: The boy’s team won 125-45, while the girls team lost 63-107:

 

Individual and relay wins were turned in by:

200 Medley Relay – Carl Bloebaum, Nicky Diangelo, Adam Chaney, Oliver Soper

200 Freestyle – Dennis Kuznetsov

50 Freestyle – Braden Osborn

100 Butterfly – Eli Devyak

100 Freestyle – Kevin Wu

500 Freestyle – Carl Bloebaum

200 Freestyle Relay – Steven Habra, Braden Osborn, Diego Fortson, Eli Devyak

100 Breaststroke – Braden Osborn

400 Freestyle Relay – JoJo Minezawa, Kevin Wu, Max Plumley, Alex Zhang

Boys Swimmer of the meet was Max Plumley

 

12/21 Canton Invite-Green only    

On Saturday, Dec. 21st the boys competed in the Christmas Invitational held at Canton McKinley High School. No team scores were kept, but at looking at the results the coaches felt we were second on the boy’s side to St. Xavier. We had many great swims during the day highlighted by Adam Chaney and Carl Bloebaum on the boy’s side.  Adam won the 200 Freestyle while setting a meet and school record! Carl won the 100 Butterfly against a very strong field! 

You can find the entire meet results on swimmeet.com

Top boy performances were turned in by the following:

200 Medley Relay – Adam Chaney, Nick Diangelo, Carl Bloebaum, Eli Devyak

200 Freestyle – 1st Adam Chaney

200 IM – 6th Braden Osborn

50 Freestyle – 10th Kevin Wu

100 Butterfly – 1st Carl Bloebaum, 7th Adam Chaney

500 Freestyle – 12th Max Boho

200 Freestyle Relay – 2nd Braden Osborn, Carl Bloebaum, Kevin Wu, Adam Chaney

100 Backstroke – 6th Carl Bloebaum

100 Breaststroke – 6th Nick Diangelo

400 Freestyle Relay – 3rd Eli Devyak, Alex Zhang, Kevin Wu, Braden Osborn             

Boys Swimmer of the meet was Eli Devyak

1/3 CHCA/Badi Tri meet    

Friday night at home we hosted CHCA & Badin in a tri-meet. The boy’s team scores: Badin – 100, CHCA – 38, Mason -  38.

Top individual performances for the boys and girls teams were turned in by the following:

200 Freestyle – 2nd Evie Mendelsohn, 3rd Sofie White, 3rd Nischal Suhas

200 IM – 2nd Emily Zhang, 5th Scott Reckers

50 Freestyle – 3rd Lauren Kobalka, 3rd Brady Cadek

100 Butterfly – 4th Mia Adrian, 3rd Omar Mitiek 

100 Freestyle – 2nd Sofie White, 3rd Chloe Chien, 2nd Cole Scheidler, 3rd John Barker

500 Freestyle – 1st Evie Mendelsohn, 2nd Fabiola Godenzi, 3rd Lauren Kobalka, 4th Zach Grau

200 Freestyle Relay – 2nd Tobit Atkinson, John Barker, Brady Adkins, Dylan Adrian

100 Backstroke – 3rd Julie Krueger, 4th Michael Zuo

100 Breaststroke – 1st Emily Zhang, 3rd Chloe Chien, 4th Nischal Suhas

400 Freestyle Relay – 1st Evie Mendelsohn, Lauren Kobalka, Sofie White, Fabiola Godenzi

3rd Cole Scheidler, Brady Cadek, Michael Zuo, Joseph Tomlinson

Diving – 1st Langley Peterson, 3rd Lauren Lombardo

Boys Swimmer of the meet was ohn Barker

1/4 Braves Invite-Green/White    

This past Saturday, Jan. 4th we took 56 swimmers up to Miami University to compete in the Brave Invite. Our boy’s team easily won outdistancing 2nd place Fenwick by over 130 points. The boys were led by Kevin Wu who was a double winner in the 50 Freestyle & 50 Breaststroke, Stephen Habra winning the 100 Freestyle, Dennis Kuznetsov winning the 50 Butterfly, & JoJo Minezawa winning the 50 Backstrok

There were over 12 teams throughout the SW District competing in this invite. 

Top 6 finishers were:

Boys

Max Plumley – 200 Free 4th, 100 Fly 4th

Max Boho – 200 IM 6th, Max Boho 4th

Kevin Wu – 50 Free 1st, 50 Breast 1st

Steven Habra – 50 Free 3rd, 100 Free 1st

Carter Deupree – 100 Fly 5th

Diego Fortson – 100 Fly 6th

Andrew Fox – 100 Back 2nd

Dennis Kuznetsov – 500 Free 3rd, 50 Fly 1st

Ethan Butler – 50 Breast 3rd

Dylan Adrian – 50 Breast 6th

JoJo Minezawa – 100 IM 2nd, 50 Backstroke 1st

Oliver Soper – 100 IM 5th, 6th 50 Fly

Omar Mitiek – 50 Fly 3rd

Nischal Suhas – 100 Breast 4th

Nick Conti – 100 Breast 5th

Will Fox – 50 Back 4th

Ian Burke – 50 Back 5th

Michael Zuo – 50 Back 6th

Boys swimmer of the meet was JoJo Minezawa

Next up the Mason Swim/Dive Teams compete at Upper Arlington on Friday, Jan. 10th.

1/10 @ Upper Arlington-Green only    

Friday, Mason traveled to Columbus to take on Perennial Power, Upper Arlington. Both squads came up short! The boys lost 109-74.

The boy’s swam well but like the girl’s team could not hold up to UA’s depth. Mason boy’s won 8 out of the 11 swim events and were led by double winners:

Adam Chaney – 50 & 100 Freestyle

Braden Osborn – 200 IM & 500 Freestyle

Carl Bloebaum – 100 Butterfly & 100 Backstroke

 

**Swimmer of the meet- Carl Bloebaum

1/11 Princeton Invite- Gr/Wh    

Saturday, we traveled to Princeton High School and competed in the 5th annual Princeton Invite. Overall the boy’s team finished 8th. All the swimmers competing swam very well with many lifetime best times. Top 8 performances were turned in by:

Max Plumley – 200 Free 6th & 500 Free 7th

The JV team in particular had a great meet with 22 of 28 best times turned in! 12 of the 14 JV swimmers had at least one best time!

This coming weekend, Mason Swim/Dive competes in the annual Southwest Coaches Classic to be held at Mason and Keating.

1/18-1/19

Southwest Classic-Gr/Wh

@ Mason/Keating

7th  

Mason Swimming and Diving hosted the annual Coaches Classic this past weekend. The Boys team finished 7th overall. See individual results below:

Boys:

50 Breaststroke – Kevin Wu - Team & Meet Record 

100 Freestyle - Adam Chaney - 43.74 – Meet & Pool Record **Previous pool record Joey Hudepohl – 1991

50 Butterfly – Eli Devyak – Team Record 

 

Team Records:

400 Medley Relay – Eli Devyak, Nicky Diangelo, Carl Bloebaum, Braden Osborn

200 Backstroke – Adam Chaney

Congratulations to all participants!

Next up, Mason hosts Laktoa East and West this Friday, January 24tgh. On Saturday the team competes at the St. Xavier Invite.

1/24

East/West-Green only

@ home

   

Mason Swimming and Diving competed at home against East and West this past Friday night. The boy’s team showed tremendous depth easily outdistancing both Lakota teams!

Boys Scores – Mason 106, Lakota East 41, Lakota West 39

Junior Braden Osborn led the team with 2 wins in the 50 Freestyle & 100 Backstroke. Other individual wins were turned in by:

Kevin Wu – 200 IM

Dennis Kuznetsov – 100 Butterfly

Ethan Butler – 100 Freestyle

Eli Devyak – 500 Freestyle

Sahan Kansakar – 100 Breaststroke

Adam Chaney – 50 Breaststroke

Carl Bloebaum – 50 Butterfly *School Record

Swimmers of the meet were Neha Patil, Lauren Fries & Stephen Habra.

Next up for Mason Swimming is the GMC Championships at Mason on Saturday, February 1st. Mason boys will be seeking their fourth consecutive league title, 6th in the past 7 years and 8th overall GMC Championship since joining the conference in 2007-08.

 

1/25 St. Xavier Invite-Green only    

The Comets Swimming/Diving programs competed at the St. Xavier Invite on Saturday. Waiting on results.

 

1/27 @ West Clermont-White only      
1/29 @ Sycamore-White only      
1/31

GMC Diving

@ home

     
2/1

GMC Boys/Girls Swimming Championships

@ home

   

Congratulations to Boy’s Swimming Team for winning their fourth consecutive and 8th overall GMC title and Saturday's GMC Championship and Mason on Saturday. Mason finished ahead of runner-up Sycamore by almost 200 points! Final team standings below:

1. Mason 534

2. Sycamore 361.5
3. Oak Hills 261.5

4. Lakota West 234
5. Lakota East 202

6. Fairfield 181
7. Princeton 80

8. Middletown 75
9. Hamilton 70

10. Colerain 40 

The boys showed tremendous depth & were led by Braden Osborn, Carl Bloebaum,  Alex Zhang, & Kevin Wu . Braden won the 50 Freestyle and was runner-up in the 500 Freestyle. Carl Bloebaum was 2nd in the 100 Butterfly, Alex Zhang was 2nd in the 100 Backstroke & Kevin Wu was 2nd in the 50 Freestyle.

Also earning a league title in the 200 Freestyle Relay were Braden Osborn, Alex Zhang, Kevin Wu, & Carl Bloebaum.

CONGRATULATIONS TO HEAD COACH MARK SULLIVAN FOR BEING NAMED THE GMC BOYS COACH OF THE YEAR. This is the 6th time that he has either won or shared this prestigious honor.

Mason Boy Swimmer of the meet named by our coaching staff was Braden Osborn.

Next up for Mason Swimming and Diving is the OHSAA Sectionals. Girls and Boys Diving will be at Miami University on Wednesday and Thursday. Boys Swimming on Friday at Mason and Girls Swimming at home on Saturday.

 

2/5

Sectional Boys Diving

@ Miami U.

     
2/6

Sectional-Girls Diving

@ Miami U.

     
2/7

Sectional Boys Swimming

@ home

1st  

This past weekend the Mason Boys Swimming Team easily won over runner-up Sycamore for their 4th straight Sectional team title.

Congratulations to all of our district swimming qualifiers over the weekend. We qualified 18 boys (all but 2 swims) for the upcoming District Championships.

Individual & relay winners are below:

Boys

50 & 100 Freestyle – Adam Chaney

200 Freestyle Relay – Braden Osborn, Steven Habra, Sean Huggins, Kevin Wu

400 Freestyle Relay – Braden Osborn, Carl Bloebaum, Alex Zhang, Adam Chaney

The OHSAA District Championships will be held this Saturday at Miami University. District Diving will be held at Miami on 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 to be held Feb. 21-23 (dive/swim) in Canton, Ohio.

2/8

Sectional Girls Swimming

@ home

     
2/9

District Boys/Girls Invite

@ St. Xavier

     
2/12

District-Boys Diviing

@ Miami U.

     
2/13

Districdt -Girls Diviing

@ Miami U.

     
2/15

District Boys Swimming

@ Miami U.

   
The Mason Boys Swimming team finished 2nd this past weekend at their District Meet held at Miami University. This was their highest finish since 2008 and it was a great "team" performance for the boys!

Adam Chaney, Nicky Diangelo, Braden Osborn, & Carl Bloebaum  each qualified to State in 2 Individual events! Adam Chaney successfully defended his 100 yd. Freestyle. Sophomore Carl Bloebaum was runner-up in the 100 Butterfly & 100 Backstroke!

 


Congratulations to the 7 Comets that have moved on to state this weekend and are hoping to have their highest finish ever!
Adam Chaney
Carl Bloebaum
Braden Osborn
Nicky Diangelo
Eli Devyak
Kevin Wu
Dennis Kutnetsov

The State Championships continue with the swimming events on Friday and Saturday in Canton, Ohio.
2/20

State Girls Diving

@ Canton

     
2/22

State Boys Diving

@ Canton

     
2/21-2/22

State Swimming Championships

@ Canton

3rd place  

The Mason Boys Swimming Team had their highest finish ever at the State meet this past weekend, finishing 3rd overall! This years team result eclipsed last years 4th place finish.

The Comet boys had an amazing meet and were led by senior Adam Chaney who successfully defended his state titles in the 50 and 100 freestyle.

Adam is now a 6x Individual State Champion in his illustrious high school career! His 50 yard Freestyle performance this year was a state record which he previously set last year, also tying the pool record! Adam, rightfully so, was named the boy's State Swimmer of the Meet for 2020!

Below are this years team results from State:

200 Medley Relay – 3rd – 1:31.53
Adam Chaney, Nicky Diangelo, Eli Devyak, Kevin Wu

200 IM
Nicky Diangelo – 10th – 1:51.86  **School Record

50 Freestyle
Adam Chaney – 1st – 19.62 **School, State, & Pool Record
Braden Osborn – 6th – 20.85

100 Butterfly
Carl Bloebaum – 2nd – 48.58
Braden Osborn – 7th – 49.72

100 Freestyle
Adam Chaney  - 1st – 43.93

200 Freestyle Relay – 2nd  – 1:21.11  **School Record  **Broke the existing State Meet Record
Braden Osborn, Carl Bloebaum, Kevin Wu, Adam Chaney

100 Backstroke
Carl Bloebaum – 8th – 50.41

100 Breaststroke
Nicky Diangelo – 20th – 58.37

400 Freestyle Relay – 7th – 3:07.31
Braden Osborn, Eli Devyak, Kevin Wu, Carl Bloebaum

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE SWIMMERS AND THE COACHES!

         
         
         
         

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Girls Swimming

Date Event Team Placings
Meet result links
Highlights/notes
12/6

Akron Firestone-Green/White

@ home

Next up, Mason Swim/Dive will host a quad meet this Saturday with Lebanon, Kings and Princeton.
12/7 Mason Invite-Green/White 3rd  

Saturday was the Mason Invitational. This was the 16th year we have run the invite! We hosted 15 teams & over 350 swimmers! 

The Girl’s team finished 3rd overall! It was a long day for everyone involved but seeing all our swimmers swimming so well throughout the day was well worth it!

Top 8 performers listed below:      

Girls

200 Medley Relay – 4th – Avani Deshmukh, Advika Sumit, Kylie Dennison, Gabby Godenzi

100 IM – 3th Advika Sumit, 4th Emily Zhang, 8th Avani Deshmukh

100 Butterfly – 5th Kylie Dennison 

500 Freestyle – 5th Allison Fries

200 Freestyle Relay – 2nd Natasha Jha, Advika Sumit, Emily Zhang, Gabby Godenzi

100 Backstroke – 5th Avani Deshmukh, 8th Kylie Dennison

100 Breaststroke – 5th Advika Sumit, 7th Emily Zhang

400 Freestyle Relay – 5th Allison Fries, Avani Deshmukh, Kylie Dennison, Cynthia Shao

 

Girls Swimmer of the meet was Gabby Godenzi

Next up, Mason Swim/Dive will host a quad meet this Saturday with Lebanon, Kings and Princeton.

12/14

Quad vs. Lebanon/Kings/Princeton Green/White

@ home

   

This past Saturday Girls Swim plus our divers hosted Lebanon, Princeton, & Kings in a quad meet. The team showed amazing depth and also had some outstanding performances.

TEAM SCORES

Girl’s scores - Mason 105, Kings 91, Lebanon 89, Princeton 23

Relay & Individual winners were:

Girls

Diving – Greta Coyner

Ally Huber was named swimmer of the meet!


Next for the Mason Green is the Akron Firestone Invite on Friday and the Canton Invite on Saturday.
12/20

CHCA/Badin-Green/White

@ home

    WAITING ON RESULTS
12/20

Akron Firestone-Green only

@ Akron

   

At Akron Firestone on 12/20 the girls swim team lost 63-107.

Girls wimmer of the meet was Abby Waechter

12/21 Canton Invite-Green only    

On Saturday, Dec. 20th the girls team competed in the Christmas Invitational held at Canton McKinley High School. No team scores were kept, but at looking at the results the coaches felt we were second on the girl’s side to North Canton Hoover.

On the girl’s side the team was led by Reese Lugbill, Ashley Lugbill, Kiara Anchrum. Reese finished 5th in the IM & 7th in the Breaststroke. Ashley was 2nd in the 500 Free while Kiara easily won the 100 Butterfly!

You can find the entire meet results on swimmeet.com

 

Top girl performances were turned in by the following:

                200 Medley Relay – 3rd Emma Dalton, Reese Lugbill, Kiara Anchrum, Tiana Achrum

                200 IM – 5th Reese Lugbill

                50 Freestyle – 7th Tiana Anchrum

                100 Butterfly – 1st Kiara Achrum, 6th Abby Waechter, 7th Lauren Nguyen

                100 Freestyle – 8th Maggie Hojnacki

                500 Freestyle – 2nd Ashley Lugbill

                200 Freestyle Relay – 2nd Tiana Anchrum, Maggie Hojnacki, Lauren Fries, Kiara Anchrum

                100 Backstroke – 7th Emma Dalton

                100 Breaststroke- 7th Reese Lugbill

                400 Freestyle Relay – 3rd Reese Lugbill, Maggie Hojnacki, Emma Dalton, Lauren Fries         

Girls Swimmer of the meet was Advika Sumit

1/3 CHCA and Badin Tri-meet    

Friday night at home we hosted CHCA & Badin in a tri-meet. The girl’s team scores: Mason – 78, Badin – 53, CHCA – 50.

Top individual performances for the boys and girls teams were turned in by the following:

200 Freestyle – 2nd Evie Mendelsohn, 3rd Sofie White, 3rd Nischal Suhas

200 IM – 2nd Emily Zhang, 5th Scott Reckers

50 Freestyle – 3rd Lauren Kobalka, 3rd Brady Cadek

100 Butterfly – 4th Mia Adrian, 3rd Omar Mitiek 

100 Freestyle – 2nd Sofie White, 3rd Chloe Chien, 2nd Cole Scheidler, 3rd John Barker

500 Freestyle – 1st Evie Mendelsohn, 2nd Fabiola Godenzi, 3rd Lauren Kobalka, 4th Zach Grau

200 Freestyle Relay – 2nd Tobit Atkinson, John Barker, Brady Adkins, Dylan Adrian

100 Backstroke – 3rd Julie Krueger, 4th Michael Zuo

100 Breaststroke – 1st Emily Zhang, 3rd Chloe Chien, 4th Nischal Suhas

400 Freestyle Relay – 1st Evie Mendelsohn, Lauren Kobalka, Sofie White, Fabiola Godenzi

                                       3rd Cole Scheidler, Brady Cadek, Michael Zuo, Joseph Tomlinson

Diving – 1st Langley Peterson, 3rd Lauren Lombardo

Girls Swimmer of the meet was Evie Mendelsohn

 

1/4 Brave Invite    

This past Saturday, Jan. 4th we took 56 swimmers up to Miami University to compete in the Brave Invite. The girls’ team finished 2nd to Springboro. Kylie Dennison was the girl’s lone winner in the 50 Butterfly.

There were over 12 teams throughout the SW District competing in this invite. 

Top 6 finishers were:

Girls

Evie Mendelsohn – 200 free 5th, 500 free 5th

Ashley Schoenlein – 200 IM 3rd, 100 Breast 3rd

Lauren Varga – 200 IM 5th, 50 Back 3rd

Abby Waechter – 200 IM 6th, 50 Back 2nd

Emily Zhang – 100 Fly 3rd, 100 Free 6th

Kylie Dennison – 100 Fly 4th, 50 Fly 1st

Gabby Godenzi – 100 Fly 6th

Veda Adusumalli – 100 Back 3rd, 100 IM 2nd

Lauren Nguyen – 100 Back 6th, 100 Breast 6th

Allison Fries – 200 Free 4th, 500 Free 3rd

Sydney Richards – 500 Free 4th

Sophie White – 50 Breast 2nd

Ella Stanton – 50 Breast 3rd

Julie Krueger – 100 IM 3rd

Lauren Kobalka – 100 IM 4th

Bela Karajagi – 50 Back 5th

Kaye Seastrom – 50 Back 4th

Girls Swimmer of the meet was Julie Krueger

Next up the Mason Swim/Dive Teams compete at Upper Arlington on Friday, Jan. 10th.

1/10 @ Upper Arlington-Green only    

Friday, Mason traveled to Columbus to take on Perennial Power, Upper Arlington. Both squads came up short! The girls lost 102-83.

 

The girl’s team swam very well but could not hold up to UA’s overall depth. Individual wins were turned in by:

Reese Lugbill – 100 Breaststroke

Kiara Anchrum - 100 Butterfly

Ashley Lugbill - 500 Freestyle

Our girl’s diving team had an outstanding meet finishing 2nd, 3rd, & 4th. Freshman Langley Petersen finished 2nd,

Karina Ashton 3rd, & Lauren Lombardo finished 4th.

**Swimmer of the meet-Emma Dalton

1/11 Princeton Invite- Gr/Wh    

Saturday, we traveled to Princeton High School and competed in the 5th annual Princeton Invite. Overall the girl’s team finished 6th out of 15 teams. All the swimmers competing swam very well with many lifetime best times. Top 8 performances were turned in by:

Evie Mendelsohn – 500 Free 8th

The JV team in particular had a great meet with 22 of 28 best times turned in! 12 of the 14 JV swimmers had at least one best time!

This coming weekend, Mason Swim/Dive competes in the annual Southwest Coaches Classic to be held at Mason and Keating.

1/18-1/19

Southwest Classic-Gr/Wh

@ Mason/Keating

   

Mason Swimming and Diving hosted the annual Coaches Classic this past weekend. The Girls finished as overall runnerup at the event (2nd). See individual highlights below:

Girls:

400 Medley Relay – Team & Meet Record – Emma Dalton, Reese Lugbill, Kiara Anchrum, Tiana Anchrum

200 Freestyle Relay – Tiana Anchrum, Emma Dalton, Maggie Hojnacki, Kiara Anchrum

200 Medley Relay – Meet Record - Emma Dalton, Reese Lugbill, Kiara Anchrum, Tiana Anchrum

100 Butterfly – Kiara Anchrum – Meet Record  **Mason Pool record during prelims

50 Breaststroke – Maggie Hojnacki & 50 Butterfly – Team Record

1650 Freestyle – Ashley Lugbill

Diving results from the weekend:

Freshman Langley Petersen finished 5th

Junior Karina Ashton finished 10th

Congratulations to all participants!

Next up, Mason hosts Laktoa East and West this Friday, January 24tgh. On Saturday the team competes at the St. Xavier Invite.

1/24

East/West-Green only

@ home

   

Mason Swimming and Diving competed at home against East and West this past Friday night. The Girl’s team showed tremendous depth as the boys team had done!

Girls Scores – Mason 98, Lakota West 61, Lakota East 27

Junior Reese Lugbill led the team with 2 wins in the 200 Freestyle & 50 Breaststroke. Other individual wins were turned in by:

Ashley Lugbill – 200 IM

Maggie Hojnacki – 100 Butterfly

Gabby Godenzi – 500 Freestyle

Emma Dalton – 50 Backstroke

 

Divers had a great meet!

Langley Peterson won with a score of 285.10 followed by Karina Ashton. Colleen Gorski finished 4th, while Grace Brossart finished 5th.

Swimmers of the meet were Neha Patil, Lauren Fries & Stephen Habra.

Next up for Mason Swimming is the GMC Championships at Mason on Saturday (Diving on Friday), February 1st. Mason girls have won the league every year (12 straight) since entering the GMC in 2007-08.

 

1/25 St. Xavier Invite-Green only    

The Comets Swimming/Diving programs competed at the St. Xavier Invite on Saturday. Waiting on results.

 

1/27 @ West Clermont-White only      
1/29 @ Sycamore-White only      
1/31

GMC Diving

@ home

     
2/1

GMC Boys/Girls Swimming Championships

@ home

   

Congratulations to the Girl’s Swimming & Diving team for defending their GMC team title over the weekend, winning their 13th consecutive league championship. See team scores below:

1. Mason 537.5

2. Lakota West 386.5
3. Sycamore 366.5

4. Lakota East 304
5. Oak Hills 165

6. Fairfield 98
7. Colerain 89.5

8. Hamilton 77
9. Princeton 70

10. Middletown 52

The girl’s team showed tremendous depth & were led by Junior’s Reese Lugbill & Kiara Anchrum. Reese won the 200 IM & 100 Breaststroke, while Kiara won the 100 Butterfly. Kiara also set a new league record which was set back in 2009. This is the girl’s 13th straight league title! They easily outdistanced runner-up Lakota West. 

Also winning were our 200 Medley Relay & 200 Freestyle Relays.

200 Medley Relay – Emma Dalton, Reese Lugbill, Kiara Anchrum, & Tiana Anchrum

200 Freestyle Relay – Maggie Hojnacki, Emma Dalton, Lauren Fries, & Tiana Anchrum

Our GMC girls divers performed very well Friday night. Langely Petersen won & was named “League Diver of the Year”, while Karina Ashton finished runner-up. Colleen Gorski finished 4th. 

Swimmer of the meet named by our coaching staff was Reese Lugbill.

Next up for Mason Swimming and Diving is the OHSAA Sectionals. Girls and Boys Diving will be at Miami University on Wednesday and Thursday. Boys Swimming on Friday at Mason and Girls Swimming at home on Saturday.

2/5

Sectional Boys Diving

@ Miami U.

     
2/6

Sectional-Girls Diving

@ Miami U.

     
2/7

Sectional Boys Swimming

@ home

     
2/8

Sectional Girls Swimming

@ home

1st place  

This past weekend the Mason Girls Diving and Swimming Team easily won their 8th Sectional Title in a row.

Congratulations to all of our district swimming qualifiers over the weekend. We qualified 18 girls total for the District Championships.

Individual & relay winners are below:

Girls

200 Medley Relay – Emma Dalton, Reese Lugbill, Kiara Anchrum, Tiana Anchrum

200 Freestyle Relay – Maggie Hojnacki, Emma Dalton, Tiana Anchrum, Lauren Fries

400 Freestyle Relay – Maggie Hojnacki, Kiara Anchrum, Reese Lugbill, Tiana Anchrum

50 Freestyle – Tiana Anchrum

100 Backstroke – Emma Dalton

100 Breaststroke – Reese Lugbill

100 Butterfly – Kiara Anchrum

500 Freestyle – Ashley Lugbill

Divers Langley Petersen & Karina Ashton both moved onto Districts.

The OHSAA District Championships will be held this Saturday at Miami University. District Diving will be held at Miami on 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 to be held Feb. 21-23 (dive/swim) in Canton, Ohio.

2/9

District Boys/Girls Invite

@ St. Xavier

     
2/12

District-Boys Diviing

@ Miami U.

     
2/13

Districdt -Girls Diviing

@ Miami U.

     
2/15

District Girls Swimming

@ Miami U.

   

District Champions Again For Mason Girls!

The Mason Girls Swimming and Diving Team successfully defended their District title this past weekend at Miami University! This is the team's 5th straight District title and overall was a big team win. Going into the meet the team was predicted to finish 3rd! This is the programs 7th overall District Title. They will seek to win their third straight State Title this coming weekend.


Individual & relay wins were turned by the following:

200 Medley Relay - Emma Dalton, Reese Lugbill, Kiara Anchrum, Tiana Anchrum
400 Freestyle Relay - Ashley Lugbill, Tiana Anchrum, Reese Lugbill, Kiara Anchrum

100 Butterfly - Kiara Anchrum

 


Congratulations to the following swimmers that have qualified for the State meet this Friday & Saturday at Canton:
Emma Dalton
Reese Lugbill
Ashley Lugbill
Kiara Anchrum
Tiana Anchrum
Maggie Hojnacki

Lauren Fries

The State Championships begin Thursday with Diving and continue with the swimming events beginning on Friday and Saturday. Mason is the two-time defending State Champions.

2/20

State Girls Diving

@ Canton

     
2/22

State Boys Diving

@ Canton

     
2/21-2/22

State Swimming Championships

@ Canton

4th place  

The Mason Girls Swim and Dive team had an outstanding State Meet finishing 4th overall. This is the 14th year in a row the team has finished in the top 10! Nine Comet girls represented the state team this year and were led by Kiara Anchrum's State Championship performance in the 100 yd. Butterfly!

Below are the girl’s final results from the State Meet this past weekend.:

200 Medley Relay – 2nd  – 1:42.21
Emma Dalton, Reese Lugbill, Kiara Anchrum, Tiana Anchrum

200 IM
Reese Lugbill – 4th – 2:03.61

50 Freestyle
Tiana Anchrum – 14th – 24.01

1 Meter Diving
Langely Petersen – 9th – 358.25
Karina Ashton – 21st – 147.90

100 Butterfly
Kiara Anchrum – 1st – 54.48 *School Record

500 Freestyle
Ashley Lugbill – 9th – 4:57.16

200 Freestyle Relay – 5th – 1:35.53
Kiara Anchrum, Emma Dalton, Maggie Hojnacki, Tiana Anchrum

100 Backstroke
Emma Dalton – 23rd – 58.65

100 Breaststroke
Reese Lugbill – 6th – 1:03.92
Ashley Lugbill – 15th – 1:05.81

400 Freestyle Relay – 6th – 3:30.63
Ashley Lugbill, Tiana Anchrum, Reese Lugbill, Kiara Anchrum           

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE MASON GIRLS AND THEIR COACHES!

         
         
         
         
         
         

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Wrestling

Date Event Team Placings Dual W/L/T Record
Mason Highlights
12/7 Harrison Duals    
Varsity wrestlers competed at the Harrison Duals this past Saturday to open their season and went 1-4. See highlights below:

Leading the team were:
Toby Amburgy - 195lbs - 5-0

Pacey Najdusak - 106lbs - 4-1

Next for Mason wrestling is the Ironman Invite at Walsh Jesuit HS on Friday and Saturday this week.

12/13-12/14 Olentangy Liberty Classic--Varsity B    
Varsity B:
Competed at the O. Liberty Classic. Finished 22 of 27 w/ no placers.
12/13-12/14

Ironman Invite

@ Walsh Jesuit HS

   

Pacey Najdusak & Owen Amburgy attended the Walsh Jesuit Ironman Tournament this past weekend for the Comets.. Each went 3-2 falline just a match shy of placement. See scores/results below:

 


Najdusak:
dec. Earnest (Wadsworth) 2-1
dec. Nogle (MSJ - PA) 3-1
Fall Castro (Brecksville) 
dec. loss Church (Waynesburg - PA) 
dec. loss Sheen (Wyoming Seminary)

Amburgy:
dec. loss Davis (Smyrna - DE)
major dec. Berliltz (Notre Dame - PA)
dec. Reinart (Easton - PA)
Fall Cochran (Box Elder - UT)

dec. loss Ducca (St. John)

Next up for the Varsity is the Moeller Dual match on Wednesday, Dec. 18th at Moeller. This coming weekend the Wrestling team competes in the annual Coaches Classic at Harrison HS.

12/18 Duals at Moeller    

Mason Wrestling took care of business versus Moeller on Wednesday, defeating the Crusaders in a dual match 50-24. See highlights below:

113: Najdusak -- Forfeit

120: Lippeatt   -- Forfeit
126: Dominic DiTullio dec. Moore
132: Zenni pin Dante DiTullio
138: Fitz dec. Hornback
145: West maj. dec. Allen
152: Burgazli maj. dec. Maupin
160: McKenzie pin D' Agostino
170: Thompson pin Sander
182: V. Scally pin Rodriguez
195: Arengo   -- Forfeit
220: Amburgy pin Sanchez
285: Horn pin Hegamann
106: Pickens pin Anastasia 

The Comets will compete in the annual Coaches Classic this Saturday and Sunday at Harrison HS. Over break the team competes at the Powerade Tourney on Dec. 27 and 28.

12/21-12/22

Coaches Classic

@ Harrison

3rd  

Mason Wrestling competed in the annual Coaches Classic Tourney on Dec. 21-22nd. The team finished third overall. See individual highlights below:


2nd: 
106: Pacey Najdusak
126: Dominic DiTullio
195: Owen Amburgy

3rd:
120: Noah Lippeatt

5th:
132: Dante DiTullio


6th: 
113: Bryce Williams
12/27-12/28 Powerade Tourney    

On Dec. 27-28 during Holiday Break, the Comets competed at the Powerade Tourney. See individual highlites below:

5th: Pacey Najdusak
7th: Owen Amburgy

Next up for Mason wrestling is a home tri-match with Legacy Christian and Miami Trace HS on Wednesday.

 

1/8

Tri-Match vs. Legacy Christian/ Miami Trace

@ Mason HS

   

Wednesday night Mason hosted a tri-meet with Legacy Christian and Miami Trace HS. See team results below:

Mason over Miami Trace 51-24

Mason over Legacy Christian 39-30

Next up, Mason Wrestling participates in the Graham HS Quad on Saturday.

1/11 Graham HS Quad    

This past Friday, Mason Varsity A competed at Graham HS for a tri between Graham and Union County (KY). See results below:


Union over Mason 53-16 

Graham over Mason 62-10

 


Varsity B competed at Reading HS for the Charlie Moore Invitational

Mason wins the Invite with 218.5 points
3 Champs - 5 Finalists - 14 Total Placers out of the 14 weight classes
1st: 106: Ethan Pickens 138: Ty Brock 285: Skyler Horn 2nd: 113: Sam Libby 120: Bryce Williams 3rd: 170: Daniel Sander 195: Bryce Pearson 220: Jacob Kleine 4th: 145: Waylon West

160: Korey Shea 5th: 132: Brennen Johnson 6th: 152: Osman Burgazli 120: Logan Kopfler* 285: Zach Ralston*  

Coming up, Mason Wrestling has a busy week. On Wednesday they will host Talawanda (JV only) and Colerain (varsity only) in the new gymn at the HS.

On Saturday, Mason will host the annual James Horning Invitational at the Middle School Arena. See details below:

Participating Teams: Mason, Harrison, West Clermont, Miami East, Princeton, Mater Dei, Olentangy, Colerain, Lakota East, Indianapolis Cathedral.


Location: Mason Middle School Arena -- 6370 Mason Montgomery Rd, Mason, OH 45040

Timeline: Team Sign-In 7:30 AM

Weigh-In 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Coaches’ Meeting 9:30 AM (Hospitality Room)

Wrestling Begins 10:00 AM

Finals Begin 4:00 PM (approximately)

Admission: $6 Adults/ $4  Student

Awards: Medals Top 6 Individuals -- Plaques for the Top 2 Teams


 

1/15

Colerain/Talawanda (Varsity B)

"Senior Night"

@ Mason HS

   

Wrestling swept a tri-meet on Wednesday at home against Colerain and Talawanda. No other details available.

This Saturday, Mason Wrestling will host the annual Mason Invitational (James Horning Invite) at the Middle School Arena. Wrestling begins for the 10 teams competing at 10:00 AM.

1/18

JVH Invite

@ Mason Middle School Arena

   

Mason Wrestling hosted the JVH Invite this past Saturday. Waiting on results and details.

Next up, Mason heads to Wadsworth, Ohio this Saturday for the Grizzly Invite.

1/25

Grizzly Invite

@ Wadsworth HS

   

Mason Wrestling competed at the Wadsworth Grizzly Invitational Tournament this past Saturday. See individual results below:

 


113: Bryce Williams - 8th place
120: Dominic DiTullio - Champion
126: Noah Lippeatt - 4th
145: Nolan Fitz - 10th place
160: Nathan D' Agostino - 9th place

220: Jared Glover - 9th place

Next up is a dual meet at Fairfield on Friday, Jan. 31st.

1/31 @ Fairfield HS won 45-23

Mason wrestled at Fairfiield last Friday and defeated the Indians, 45-23. See results below:

106: Pickens pins Hubbard
113: Libby pins Smith
120: Najdusak dec. Newkirk
126: Lippeatt pins Fraasman
132: Dominic DiTullio pins Adams
138: Dante DiTullio pins Harper
145: Fitz dec. Adams
152: All pins Burgazli
160: D 'Agostino pins Huxsol
170: Martin pins Shea
182: Pace Maj. Dec. Sanders
195: Amburgy pins Noble
220: Smith Maj. Dec. Glover
285: Lobato dec. Horn

 

Next up, the Comets will wrestle Lakota East in a dual match on Wednesday, Feb. 5th.

2/5 @ Lakota East HS lost 39-31

The wrestling team fell to East last Wednesday in a dual meet 39-31. See results below:

106: Pickens fall Gibson

113: Libby forfeit Lakota East
120: Najdusak tech fall Nicholson
126: Lippeatt major dec Reeves
132: Boaz dec  Dominic DiTullio
138: Epstein fall Dante DiTullio
145: Fitz major dec Baum
152: Pennix fall Burgzali
160: Wood fall Shea
170: Collins dec D' Agostino
182: King fall Arengo
195: Amburgy fall Lugo-Flowers
220: Kornau dec Glover
285: Sharp fall Ralston

Next up for Mason Wrestling is the GMC Championships at Oak Hills HS on Saturday, Feb. 22nd. The Comets were the GMC runnerup in 2018-19 to defending champion Fairfield.

2/8 Regional State Duals      
2/16

State Duals

@ St. John Arena

     
2/22

GMC Championships

@ Oak Hills

   

GMC CHAMPIONS!

Mason Wrestling is the 2019-20 GMC Champions! Of the 14 weight classes, Mason had 10 wrestlers competing for 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th place. After trailing Lakota East by 7 points heading into the final round, the Comets were able to win 8 of their 10 matches and finish 12 points ahead of the Thunderhawks. This is the program's 10th GMC title in the past 11 years, since entering the league in 2007-08.

It was as big weekend for three Comets. Pacey Najdusak became a 4 X GMC Champion winning the 113 weight class. Dominic Ditullio was a GMC Champion winning the 120 lb. weight class. Owen Amburgy was 1st and crowned GMC champ of the 195 lb. class.

All three of these Comets earned 1st Team All GMC honors. Noah Lippeatt, (126-2nd place) earned 2nd Team All GMC. Ethan Pickens (106), Dante DiTullio (132), Nolan Fitz (145) and Skylar Horn (285) were 3rd Team All GMC.

First-year head coach, Nicholas Maffey was named the GMC Coach of the Year.

Below is a recap from the GMC meet held this past Saturday at Oak Hills:

106: Ethan Pickens - 3rd
113: Pacey Najdusak - 1st (4x GMC Champ)
120: Dominic DiTullio - 1st
126: Noah Lippeatt - 2nd
132: Dante DiTullio - 3rd
138: Waylon West - 4th
145: Nolan Fitz - 3rd
160: Nathan D' Agostino - 4th
195: Owen Amburgy - 1st
285: Skylar Horn - 3rd

Congratulations to all the Mason Wrestlers and Coaches!

Next up for Mason Wrestling is the OHSAA Sectional Tourney, Friday and Saturday at Lebanon HS. Each sectional will qualify the top four (4) wrestlers in each weight class to the district tournament to be held at Fairmont HS on March 6-7.

2/28-2/29 Sectional      
3/6-3/7

District Tourney

@ Kettering Fairmont

     
3/12-3/14

State Tourney

@ OSU

     
         
         

 

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Girls Bowling

Date Event W/L Score Overall Record GMC Record

Highlights

11/18 @ East won 1731-1677 1-0 1-0  
11/20 @ Lebanon lost   1-1 1-0  
11/23 Big Blue Challenge (Girls)        
The girls participated in the big blue tournament this Saturday. They bowled well, finishing in 10th place overall. Lots of good scores and they learned a lot.

12/2 Trotwood         CANCELLED
12/4 @ Middletown lost 1879-1734 1-2 1-1

Girls Bowling fell at Middletown 1879-1734 on Wednesday. No other info provided.

Next, Mason girls bowl at Hamilton on Tuesady, Dec. 10th.

12/9 @ MND won 1759-1626     Mason Girls bowling defeated Mount Notre Dame 1759-1626 on Monday. No info on the match was provided.
12/10 @ Hamilton lost 2213-1958 2-2 1-2

The Comet girls fell at Hamilton on Tuesday, 2213-1958. No info on the match supplied.

Next up, Mason participates in the Holiday Classic at Western Bowl on Saturday, Dec. 14th.

12/14 Holiday Classic (girls)        

The girls bowling team competed in the Holiday Classic at Western Bowl on Saturday. They found some success and were able to win the consolation tournament beating 4 different teams in bracketed play. See scores below:

Amy Bergset 108, 148, total 256

Kyleigh Dalagren 114, 127, total 241 
Paige Paloma 92
Alisha Kim 96 
Hailey Heck 161, 118 total 279
Subs 111, 92, total 207
Total 1167

Next up, the team is off until after Winter Break. They will compete in the Back-to-School Bash on Saturday, Jan. 4th.

1/4

Back To School Bash (Girls)

       

The girls bowlers competed over break at the annual Back To School Bash. Mason was 15th out of 28 schools competing. See results below:

Kyleigh Dahlgren 192, 124, total 316 
Sophia Polermo 158, 153, total 311
Paige Poloha 133, 116, total 249
Richa Kaneria 145, 155, total 300
Amy Berget 158, 128, total 286

Total 1462

Bakers
116, 169, 137, 127, total 549

Grand total 2011

 

 

 

1/6 Fairfleld lost 2280-1974 2-3 1-3

Mason girls bowling fell to Fairfield on Monday, 2280-1974. No details available.

Next up, Mason (2-3, 1-3) will compete in the Lancer Baker Bash on Sunday, Jan. 12th.

1/12 Lancer Baker Bash (Girls)        

The Girls Bowling team struggled at the Lancer Baker Bash this past Sunday. High game for the Comets was 177.

Next up, Mason girls bowling competes at the Crusader Challenge this Saturday at Crossgate Lanes.

1/18

Crusader Challenge

@ Crossgate Lanes

       

Girls Bowling competed at the Crusader Challenge on Friday. Kyliegh Dahlgren had  one terrific game and bowled her first 200 as a varsity member. No other details available.

Next up for the girls is a visit to Colerain today.

1/21 @ Colerain lost 1955-1708 2-4 1-4 Mason fell to Colerain on Tuesday, 1955-1708. No details were made available.
1/22 @ Princeton won 1907-1718 3-4 2-4

Mason visited Princeton on Wednesday and came away with a 1907-1718 victory. See scores below:

Amy Bergset  106
Kyleigh Dahlgren 144 189  total 333
Richa Kancria  161  100. Total 261
Paige Paloha 138. 120 total 258
Alisha 118
Hailey Heck 161
Sub 100

Bakers
129, 177, 165, 101 total 570

Kyleigh Dahlgren had her best series this season.

Next up, Mason (3-4, 2-4) will host Oak Hills on Friday.

1/24 Oak Hills lost 1942-1925 4-6 2-5

Mason girls almost pulled off the upset of Oak HIlls last Friday, falling by a mere 17 pins, 1942-1925.

Next up, Mason (4-6, 2-5) will visit Sycamore on Thursday.
1/30 @ Sycamore        

Mason girls were suppose to bowl at Sycamore last night. No results reported.

Next, the Comets host Lakota West on Monday, Feb. 3rd.

2/3 Lakota West won 1865-1754 5-6 3-5

Mason Girls defeated Lakota West on Monday night, 1865-1754. The Comets were led by Paige Poloha and her 304.

2/4 @ Seton/Elder        

The girls bowlers were to play at Seton last night. Waiting on a report.

The Comets girls will host Ursuline on Monday, Feb. 10th.

Next up for Mason Girls Bowling is senior night at home vs. Kings on Tuesday, Feb. 18th.

2/18 Kings (senior night) won 1835-1772 6-7 3-5

Mason Girls ended their regular season with a 1835-1772 win over Kings on Tuesday night. No other details provided.

The Girls head to the postseason on Thursday at Crossgate Lanes for the Sectional Championships.

 

2/20

SECTIONAL

@ Crossgate Lanes

       

On Thursday the Mason Girls Bowling team battled the odds to earn a place in the District Championships. They made their way into 7th place but could not hold on, falling in the last game to lose their hold on 7th place and chance to advance in the postseason.

One player however earned a spot as an individual. Kyleigh Dahlgren punched her tiicket to Districts as her score placed her as a top individual bowler at sectionals. 

CONGRATULATIONS KYLEIGH!

The OHSAA District Bowling Championships will be held Thursday, Feb. 27th in Dayton, Ohio.

 

2/27

DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

Dayton, Ohio

         

 


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Boys Bowling

Date Event W/L Score Overall Record GMC Record

Highlights

11/18 Lakota East lost 2703-2662 0-1 0-1
Top scorer was zach Belegrin with a 458 2 game series. 
East came on strong late in the match to defeat Mason by 41 pins
11/20 @ Lebanon lost 2699-2644 0-2 0-1
Damian Sauer led the boys with a 437 2 game series.
Lebanon had a good third game in bakers to push ahead and defeat Mason by 45 pins.
11/24 Big Blue Challenge 5th      

The boys participated in the big blue on Sunday and did well. The boys had a very good third game and moved into 5th place overall. A very good baker series moved them from 5th to 4th by the end of the day.

Boys were led again by Zach Belegrin and a 609 three game set.
Boys had a strong baker series and moved from 5th to 4th by the end of the da

 

12/2 Trotwood         CANCELLED
12/4 @ Middletown lost 2737-2646 0-3 0-2

The Mason boys bowling team had a tough match with Middletown at Eastern lanes on Wednesday.  After a rough start the boys bowled very well. They scored a team second game of 1012 which would have been good enough to make up ground on any other day.

However James Prater bowled a near perfect game of 298 cancelling out any chance to catch up. They also bowled very well in the team round, making up over 100 pins but still fell short of a complete comeback. Middletown won 2737 to mason's 2646.

Mason falls to 0-3 and will visit Hamilton on Tuesday. Dec. 10th.

12/10 @ Hamilton won 2743-2433 1-3 1-2

Mason Boys bowl defeated Hamilton on Tuesday, 2743-2433. No details of the match were provided.

Next up, Mason boys play Raider HS at Beaver-Vu Bowl on Saturday. The Comets then participate in the Holiday Classic at Western Bowl on Sunday, Dec. 15th.

12/15

Holiday Classic (boys)

@ Western Bowl

       
Over the weekend the boys had two difficult tournaments.

No high scores were reported due to the type of tournaments.

 

At the Raider Invite the boys finished in 10th place out of 31 teams.

At the Holiday Classic, Mason Boys finished in 8th place out of 32 teams, but got knocked out in the next round of bracketed play.

Next up, Mason boys host Lasalled today at Mason Bowl. The team is off until after Winter Break. They will compete in the Back-to-School Bash on Saturday, Jan. 4th.

12/16 Lasalle lost 3030-2914 1-4 1-2

The Mason boys had a very tough matchup Monday the 16th. Lasalle has been very tough in the past and they love bowling at Mason. Some of their best scores have come from Mason Bowl. Mason senior Damian Sauer posted a high for the year with a phenomenal 504 2 game series, followed by junior, Zach Belegrin's terrific 435. 

On most days that would be enough to clobber anyone but Nolan Blessing from Lasalle managed to throw a perfect game and a 278 for a 578 series.

Mason also bowled their best match of the season with a terrific 2914. However, Lasalle produced a 3030, which just so happens is their high for the season. It was a tremendous day even though Mason ended up on the wrong side of the ledger. 

The Boys Bowlers will be off until after the winter break when they compete at the Back-to-School Bash on Jan. 5th.

1/5 Back To School Bash (Boys)        
Boys had a tournament at Fairfield lanes on Jan. 5th, called the Back to School Bash.
Mason boys did very well and after the first round, were in first place. 
After the second round they fell to 5th but that was very respectable. 
After the break they came back for the championship round and had a phenomenal start rolling a 266 and a 225. They lost in the next round of the tournament putting them in a tie for 14th place.
Caden Graham had a terrific day putting him on the all tournament team.
1/6 Fairfleld        

Mason competed vs Fairfield on Monday, Jan. 6th. No results available.

Next, Mason boys (1-4, 1-2) compete at the Lancer Baker Bash on Saturday, Jan. 11th.

1/11 Lancer Baker Bash (Boys)        
The boys bowling team participated in the Lancer baker tournament this weekend and did well. The boys posted a terrific 3300 for 16 games averaging over 200 per game.
There were no individual scores but the boys were led by senior Damian Sauer who was the most consistent all day. They finished the opening round in 5th place and finished tied for 5th during the championship round.

Next up, Mason boys bowling competes at the Crusader Challenge this Saturday at Crossgate Lanes
1/18

Crusader Challenge

@ Crossgate Lanes

       
Boys bowling freshman and sophomores competed in a unique tourney, the Crusader Challenge on Friday. With just 9th and 10th graders the Mason boys came in 3rd place overall and Kyle Brackenridge came in 3rd place overall. Mason boys were able to put 3 boys in the top 10  It was a good day for the boys program.

1/20 Baker Challenge (Boys)        

On Monday the team competed at the Baker Challenge at Beaver-Vu Lanes. The team struggled and finished 16th overall.

Next up, Mason boys visit Colerain today, Jan. 21st.

1/21 @ Colerain won 2765-2639    

Mason boys bowled Colerain in a great match on Tuesday. It was very close all afternoon with Mason keeping a slight lead. It was close until the last baker (team ) game where the Mason boys took off bowling 7 straight stikes in order to take a commanding lead. Final score 2765 to 2639.

Mason boys were led by Zach Belegrin's first game 279 ( one strike from perfect) and Johnathon Davis's 377 series. The real strength came from Bakers where the Boys had their best series of the year bowling a 925 4 game set.


1/22 @ Princeton won 2648-2149 5-4 4-2

The Comet boys continued their winning ways with a 2648-2149 win at Princeton on Wednesday. No other details were available.

Next up, Mason boys (5-4, 4-2) will host Oak Hills on Friday.

1/24 Oak Hills won 2745-2583 6-4 5-2

Congratulations to the Comets boys bowling team! Mason handed Oak Hills their first loss of the season, upsetting the league leader 2745-2583 on Friday at home.

Next up for Mason boys (6-4, 5-2) is match at Sycamore on Thursday, Jan. 30th.
1/30 @ Sycamore won 2767-2597 7-4 6-2

Mason boys were suppose to bowl at Sycamore last night. No results reported.

Next, the Comets host Lakota West on Monday, Feb. 3rd.

2/3 Lakota West won 2738-2654 8-4 7-2
Mason bowled Lakota West at Mason bowl on Monday. The Comets won the match 2738 to 2654. Mason was led by seniors Damian Sauer and Jonathon Davis.

That brings their GMC record to 7-2 tied for second place.
2/4 @ Seton/Elder        

Mason visited Elder last night. No scores reported.

Next up, Mason will be at Kings on Monday, Feb. 17th.

BOYS BOWLING WINS SHARE OF GMC TITLE!

The GMC Boys Bowling regular season came to an end on Tuesday and the final standing have our Comet Boys earning a share of the 2019-20 GMC title. It makes the second year in a row that the Highlanders and Comets have shared the league. Mason and Oak Hills both finished this season with identical league records of 7-2.

This is the third time Mason boys bowling has either shared the GMC title or won it outright (shared 2020 and 2019, won byself 2009).

"I was actually surprised that it has only been the third time we tied or won outright. We have had such great competitive teams that I thought it would be more," said Mason boys head coach Joe Riestenberg.

"It has been a good year and we are hoping that we are peaking at the right time."

Members of the GMC champions boys are listed below:

First Name Last Name Grade
Zachary Belegrin Jr.
Kyle Brackenridge Fr.
Jonathan Davis Sr.
Aaron Derrick Jr.
Ian Elegeer Fr.
John Graham Fr.
William Hauck Fr.
Timothy Hollenbeck Fr.
Owen Johantges Jr.
Isaak Nijakowski Jr.
Ogden Nijakowski Fr.
Parthiv Patel Jr.
Jack Riley Fr.
Damian Sauer Sr.
Nathaniel Shockey So.
Jared Stegman Fr.
Alex Williams Sr.

 

Next up for Mason Boys Bowling {8-5) is senior night at home vs. Kings on Monday, Feb. 18th.

 

2/18 Kings (senior night) won 2510-2323 9-5 7-2

Mason Boys Bowling defeated Kings on their final regular season match on Tuesday. Final score 2510-2323. No other details provided.

The boys will now set their sights on the postseason with the Sectional Tourney coming up on Thursday, Feb. 20th at Crossgate Lanes.

The team format for the Sectional Championships will consist of three (3) games of regular bowling followed by six (6) games of Baker format bowling. The sum total of all team scores will determine teams that advance to the District Championship.

2/20

SECTIONAL

@ Crossgate Lanes

       

Mason Boys Bowler Team

SECTIONAL CHAMPS!

Sauer Wins Sectional Bowling Title!

The Comet Boys Bowling Team had a "marque day" at the Sectional Championships on Thursday. Mason boys entered the day as a longshot to win, with moving on in the top 7 seemed to be a sure thing.

Going into the competition, the Mason boy's were ranked 4th out of the field of 18 teams. Jonathon Davis led the boys off with a terrific 263 game, best in the house.

The second game was led by Damian Sauers' 248. Then Ogden Nijikowski led the Mason boys with a 226.

It was a tremendous start putting the Mason boys solidly in first place, well ahead of the closest challenger.

Team bowling started up after the lunch break and West Clermont took on the challenge of making up 170 pins. Mason struggled and was actually down going into the final Baker game. Mason surged back into the lead with a solid 218, just enough to finish 5 pins above the West Clermont Wolves.

The Comets finished in first place and Damian Sauer took home the title of number 1 bowler in the tourney, beating out over 100 other bowlers.  This makes the 4th straight year that Mason has won Sectionals at Crossgate.

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE PLAYERS AND COACHES!

The OHSAA District Bowling Championships will be held Thursday, Feb. 27th in Dayton, Ohio.

2/27

DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

Dayton, Ohio

         
             

 

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Competition Cheerleading

 

 Date
Event
 Placing
Highlights
12/15

Holiday Cheer Event

@ Beavercreek HS

  no report
1/12

Memorial Spirit Series

@ Dublin Jerome HS

first

Mason Competition Cheer competed at the Memorial Spirit Event at Dublin Jerome on Sunday. The team did awesome finishing first overall.

Next up for Mason Comp Cheer is the Buckeye Cheer Open Nationals in Columbus, Ohio Convention Center on Sunday, Jan. 19th.

1/19

Buckeye Cheer Open Nationals

@ Columbus Convention Center

 

Comp Cheer traveled to Columbus this weekend for the Buckeye Cheer Open. No details or results avaialable.

The Comp Cheer team is at the OASSA Regional Qualifier on Sunday, Feb. 2nd.

2/2

OASSA Regional Qualifier

@ Miamisburg HS

 

Mason Comp Cheer competed at the OASSA Regional Qualifier this past Sunday. The team earned State Qualification at the event. The State Fianls will be held March 1st at St. John Arena in Columbus, Ohio.

Next up, Mason Comp Cheer is at the Cheermax event at Great Wolf Lodge on Sunday, Feb. 9th.

2/9

Cheermax

@ Great Wolfe Lodge

 

The Comp Cheer Team competed at Cheermax at Great Wolf on Sunday and won first place and were crowned Grand Champions!

Next up, Mason Cheer competes at the Cheer For A Cure Event on Sunday at Centerville HS.

2/16

Cheer For A Cure

@ Centerville HS

   
3/1

OASSA State Finals

@ St. John Arena Columbus, OH

   
       
       
       
       
       

 

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