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The Cincinnati Enquirer has selected its fall sports all-stars for 2016 and as no surprise, the Greater Miami Conference demonstrates a strong presence throughout all the sports being highlighted.  With numerous GMC student-athletes being selected first team and honorable mention (click link), the following athletes were chosen as "Athletes of the Year" in their specific sport:

Boys Cross Country (link)

Runner of the Year - Dustin Horter, Lakota East

Girls Cross Country (link)

Coach of the Year - Chip Dobson, Mason

Football (link)

Offensive Player of the Year - Ra'Von Bonner, Sycamore

Defensive Player of the Year - Kyle Bolden, Colerain

Co-Coach of the Year - Tom Bolden, Colerain 

Boys Golf (link)

Girls Golf (link)

Boys Soccer (link)

Girls Soccer (link)

Girls Tennis (link)

Co-Singles Player of the Year - Emily Thomas, Princeton

Coach of the Year - Mike Reid, Mason

Volleyball (link)

Congratulations to all the GMC athletes whose efforts were recognized by being selected first team or honorable mention by the Cincinnati Enquirer sports staff.  GMC proud of your dedication!

In an effort to get on those busy February calendars, please note these upcoming Greater Miami Conference championship events:

GMC Wrestling Championships (inclusive one day event)

  • Date:  Saturday, February 4th
  • Time:  10:00 AM
  • Site:  Lakota East High School

GMC Swimming and Diving Championships

Diving (Boys and Girls) 

  • Date:  Friday, February 3rd
  • Time:  7:30 PM
  • Site: Mason High School (Spectators use entrance marked "Theater & Natatorium)

Swimming (Boys and Girls)

  • Date:  Saturday, February 4th
  • Time:  1:45 PM
  • Site:  Mason High School (Spectators use entrance marked "Theater & Natatorium)

Mark Your Calendars!

The Mason Varsity swim squads hosted Upper Arlington on Saturday. Both the boys and girls squads won the event! It was a total team win with many seasonal and lifetime best swims. No Mason swim team had ever defeated the defending state champs and the girls won by a score of 164-148. 

The team was led by Ashley Volpenhein who won the 50 & 100 Freestyle. Other girl swimmers who won an event were:

Leanna Wall - 200 Freestyle

Allison Bloebaum - 500 Freestyle

Lauren Thomas - 100 Backstroke

Information provided by Dan Hilen, Mason Sports Information Director

GMC proud of a job extremely well done!

BOYS SWIMMING EARNS FIRST WIN OVER STATE CHAMPS!

The Mason Boys Varsity swim team hosted the defending state champions, Upper Arlington, this past Saturday. The boys team came away with their first ever win against UA by a score of 164-145! It was a total team win with many seasonal and lifetime best swims. 

The boys squad were led by more depth than individual wins. Mason's only win was turned in by sophomore Lonnie Chien who won the 100 Butterfly.

Junior Ethan Devyak was 2nd in both the 100 & 200 Freestyle.Junior Puran Kansaker was 2nd in the 200 IM & 100 Breaststroke. Sophomore Scott Shepherd was 2nd in the 100 Butterfly & 100 Backstoke. Allen Feng was 2nd in Diving.

Information provided by Dan Hilen, Mason Sports Information Director

  
   

WRESTLING TEAM     FIRST AT DVORAK INVITE!

       

The Comet Wrestling team headed north toward Chicago before Christmas for the 29th Al Dvorak Memorial Invitational. Mason competed against a field of 35 teams in this nationally recognized two day wrestling tournament. All of Mason’s wrestlers scored team points, with 9 placing individually, as the Comets won the event with 202.5 points.

  Individual Results by Weight Class:  

106 Pacey Najdusak – 3 wins

113 Marcus Najdusak – 3 wins

120 Colin Schuster – 5th place

126 Jaimen Hood – 3rd place

132 Zack Donathan – 1st place

138 Christopher Donathan – 4th place

145 Cameron Schweitzer – 3rd place

152 Kamal Adewumi – 3 wins

160 John Stein – 4th place

170 Eric Vermillion – 2nd place

182 Andrew Hauer – 2 wins

195 Alex Dominguez- 1 win

220 Chase Sawyer – 1 win

285 Zaid Hamdan – 4th place

Information supplied by Dan Hilen, Mason Sports Information Director

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