Comets maintain success and ambition after last year’s state runner-up finish

Sean Speidel | The Chronicle The Mason girls’ basketball team may have graduated an All-American, but their standard of success has not changed. The Comets returned all but one of their players from last season’s state runner-up team. Kyla Oldacre, now playing at the University of Miami, was the team’s lone graduating senior. The Comets have continued their reputation as […]

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Hamlin incident sparks conversations in football community

Andrew Little | The Chronicle Shockwaves were sent throughout the entire football community when Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed after a collision and received cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in front of over 65,000 fans and millions of television viewers. Debates over player safety due to concussions have dominated headlines over the past two decades, however Hamlin’s injury resonated with the […]

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Bowling reaches new heights due to unique atmosphere

Camden Paeltz | The Chronicle The Mason girls’ bowling team is placing a priority on team camaraderie, building relationships and personal growth, and letting success come to them. The team is in the midst of its best season since 2015 and is tied for third place in the Greater Miami Conference. Senior team captain Alexa Crociata said that the strong […]

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College Football Bowl Game Face-off

Andrew Little | Sports Editor Sean Speidel | The Chronicle As the college football bowl games approach over winter break, our sports writers Andrew and Sean challenged each other to a test of their expertise. The two each picked the full slate of bowl games and debated the highest-profile games of the slate including the College Football Playoff matchups. Andrew […]

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Comets usher in new era with Toohey at head coach

Ali Sami | The Chronicle New Mason boys basketball coach Adam Toohey knows he has big shoes to fill.  Longtime head coach Greg Richards stepped down after 27 seasons leading the Comets. Richards won 399 games during his Mason tenure including a district championship in 2017. Toohey admits that is a tough act to follow, and said he cannot replace […]

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Comets win sixth straight tennis championship

Ali Sami | The Chronicle With a sixth consecutive state tennis championship, the Mason Comets carved their legacy in the history of Mason athletics as one of the top teams to ever wear the Comets‘ uniform and cemented the program as one of the most dominant in the landscape of girls tennis in the state of Ohio. On October 23, […]

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Clean Sweep: Mason becomes second school in OHSAA history to win both cross country state championships in the same year

Sheer and utter domination. Both the Mason high school boys and girls cross country teams concluded dominant seasons with victories at the Ohio High School Athletic Association state championship meet in Obetz, Ohio. The boys won their second-consecutive state title and fourth all-time, while the girls won their first title since 2013 and third all-time.  The boys won the 2021 […]

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In a pickle, grab a paddle: pickleball grows in popularity

Carly Prows | The Chronicle Pickleball is taking over the nation, one tennis court at a time. According to the Sports and Fitness Industry Association, pickleball is the fastest-growing sport in the nation. With a 40 percent increase in the number of players since 2020, five million Americans have fallen in love with the sport, and the numbers are only […]

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Rogers takes jump rope skills to new heights

Camden Paeltz | The Chronicle Ryan Rogers is putting his jump rope abilities to the test around the country. Rogers, a sophomore, jumps for the Comet Skippers and participates in individual tournaments separate from the team. His most recent competition was the Jump Rope Throwdown, a global jump rope competition held in September in Leavenworth, Washington, where he placed second. […]

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