Breuer and Zeuch embrace roles as team mentors

Divy Bose | The Chronicle In four years with the Mason softball program, Lindsay Breuer and Holly Zeuch have seen it all, so they were ready for whatever their younger teammates throw at them. The 2022 Comet softball team is dominated by underclassmen, with half of the varsity roster consisting of freshmen and sophomores. The two seniors, Breuer and Zeuch, […]

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Fago leads influential senior class

Andrew Little | The Chronicle As the Mason Boys Volleyball team prepares for its next chapter as an Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) sanctioned sport next season, it is preparing to say goodbye to an impactful senior class. Starting in the 2022-23 school year, boys volleyball along with girls wrestling will be officially recognized as a state sanctioned sport, […]

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Chronicle All Stars – Spring 2022

At the conclusion of each sports season, the Greater Miami Conference (GMC) selects All-Conference teams for each individual sport based on athlete’s season performances. The Chronicle, however, has determined our spring sports selections for an All-Chronicle team. (All stats as of 5/9 per gmcsports.com) Spring sports coach of the year: Curt Bly | Baseball Bly has led his uber-talented squad […]

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Mason gymnasts qualify for national meet

Isabelle Paley | The Chronicle Only 258 gymnasts compete at the Men’s National Gymnastic Championship, and four of those athletes come from William Mason High School Duncan Beckel, Conner Beckel, Owen Tong, and Kan Suzuki have all qualified for the men’s National Gymnastic Championship.  The meet is an annual competition combining the top male gymnasts in the country. In gymnastics […]

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Comets pitching staff led by trio of flame throwers

Andrew Little | Sports Editor With three of the state’s top starting pitchers on the mound and more firepower in the bullpen, the Comets’ pitching staff is among the nation’s most dangerous. Seniors Brenden Garula and Noah Samol, committed to the University of Cincinnati and Georgia Tech respectively, and junior Michael Murphy, who holds multiple division-one offers, form a trifecta […]

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Haller stays close to the game by calling the game

Senior hopes to pursue broadcasting career after high school Sean Speidel | The Chronicle From the sidelines of the University of Dayton arena to the press box on Friday nights, Senior Ben Haller has turned what started as a hobby into a potential dream-come-true career opportunity. Growing up in the world of sports, Haller always had a football or basketball […]

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Chronicle All Stars – Winter 2022

At the conclusion of each sports season, the Greater Miami Conference (GMC) selects All-Conference teams for each individual sport based on athlete’s season performances. The Chronicle, however, has determined our winter sports selections for an All-Chronicle team. Fall Sports Coach of the Year: Rob Matula | Girls Basketball Head Varsity Girls Basketball Coach Rob Matula led his Comets to a […]

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Girls basketball state tournament coverage

Comets fall in State Championship overtime thriller Andrew Little | The Chronicle Sports Editor After a 27 win season, the Mason girls basketball team could not get its storybook ending, suffering a heartbreaking 63-56 overtime loss to the Reynoldsburg Raiders in the state final. The Comets got out to an early 6-0 lead in the first quarter before West Virginia […]

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Instagram account takes Mason rec basketball by storm

Divy Bose | The Chronicle  An anonymous Instagram account has taken Mason recreational basketball by storm, and transformed it from a casual Sunday activity to a microcosm of professional sports leagues. For years the Mason community center has hosted a recreational basketball league for students of all ages, but an anonymous social media account has led to a spike in […]

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