Beebe Named Mason Girls Lacrosse Head Coach

Press Release From Mason SID, Dan Hilen:

The Mason Athletic Department has announced that Stephen Beebe will become their next Girls Lacrosse Varsity Head Coach (pending BOE approval).  Beebe replaces Jenna Griffiths who recently resigned after two seasons at the Mason helm.  This past spring the Lady Comet girl’s program finished with an overall record of 9-11 and 7-3 in the always tough GMC (2nd place). 

Beebe is a familiar face around Mason Lacrosse.  He was a Comet Boy’s Varsity assistant coach from 2012-2014.  Stephen was the Miami University Men’s Club Coach from 2014-2018.  While in that role Beebe was recognized as the GRLC Coach of the Year in 2017.  Beebe’s Lacrosse resume also includes recent stints as the head coach of the Mason Lacrosse Club from 2017-2022. 

For more questions and more information please contact Dan Hilen, Mason Sports Information Director.

Dan Hilen
Mason SID

Fairfield's Aaron England is LaRosa's MVP of the Week


(Photo and content compliments of LaRosa's MVP Program)

NAME: Aaron England
SCHOOL: Fairfield High School
SPORT(S): Baseball
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: First-team all state
BIRTHDATE: 3/26/2006.
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6'1 - 210 lbs.
RESIDENCE: Fairfield
PARENTS: Tommy & Christine

Fairfield had a successful starter on the mound in senior Aaron England, who also played first base when he was not pitching.

In 13 innings pitched this season, Aaron struck out 21 batters and gave up no earned runs to finish with a 0.00 ERA. Good games included a 4-1 loss vs. CHCA, when he pitched four innings giving up one hit and one unearned run while striking out seven batters. In a 2-1 extra inning affair vs. Lakota East, he pitched three hitless, shutout innings, striking out four. In a 2-0 shutout win vs. Princeton, he pitched three hitless innings, striking out five.

Aaron is coming off an impressive junior campaign when he recorded 93 strikeouts in 44.2 innings of pitching and a 0.67 ERA to go 6-2 on the season, and was named first-team all-state in Div. I as well as GMC Pitcher of the Year. Aaron at the plate hit .351 with 14 RBI and a .490 on-base percentage. His average of pitching 2.2 strikeouts per inning set a Fairfield high school record.

His top three games on the mound last season were shutouts against Middletown, St. Xavier and Hamilton when he struck out 17, 6 and 15 batters in those games.

A great student (GMC all-academic team) with a 4.5 GPA, Aaron is active in community service and will play baseball at the next level, at the University of Louisville. He also plays summer baseball for the USA Prime club. His favorite athlete is Lamar Jackson, favorite book is The Hunger Games, favorite movie is Interstellar and most-like-to-meet is Nolan Ryan.

Coach's Quote - “Aaron England is a coach’s best friend! It’s like having a member of your coaching staff out there playing with your team.” – Lance Durham, Varsity Baseball Coach


GMC Fares Well in All-Stars Selections

The Greater Miami Conference landed a "lionshare" of the High School All-star seelctions. These GMC student-athletes represent a larger number of outstanding young people in the conference that make this one of Ohio's best athletic leagues.

To provide a rundown of the GMC selections on the High School All-Stars:

Girls Cross Country - Evelyn Prodoehl (Lakota West) State Champion

Football - PJ Nelson (Princeton) Ohio Defensive Player of the Year

Girls Golf - Clare Yeazell (Lakota East) 7th in OHSAA Tournament

Girls Tennis - Emma Wagner and Pratyusha Chauduri (Mason) State Champions

Girls Soccer - Presley Pennekamp (Oak Hills) High School All-American

Wrestling - Eugene Harney (Sycamore)  State Champion

Baseball - Jake Harney (Mason) Ohio Player of the Year

Gymnastic - Tanvi Mayya (Sycamore)

Boys Bowling - Tanner Iles (Oak Hills)

Boys Tennis - Nicholas Choo and Chase Klugo (Sycamore) State Champions

Lakota East Welcomes New Head Baseball Coach

Press release and photo by East SID Dan Hilen:

Lakota East has chosen one of their own to become the next head baseball coach for the Thunderhawks.  The East Athletic office has announced that Jarett Rindfleisch will become the third head coach in their baseball program’s illustrious history.  Upon Board of Education approval, Rindfleisch will take the reins from veteran Ray Hamilton who recently stepped down after 25 seasons. 

Jarett played for Hamilton on his 2011 State Championship team and graduated from Lakota East in 2013 (1st team All-GMC).  Rindfleisch went on to an outstanding baseball career at Ball State University (BS Degree 2020) where he was a freshman All-American and 3x MAC 1st team honoree. 
In his junior year, he was drafted by the Miami Marlins and played professional baseball for three MLB teams (Marlins, Twins, Diamondbacks) from June 2016 to August 2021. 

Rindfleisch returned to his alma mater in 2023 and 2024 as a varsity assistant baseball coach for the Thunderhawks.

Jarett is the owner/operator of Cincy Elite Baseball/EVO Baseball.  Additionally, he is a coach and recruiting coordinator for CBC Baseball (17U National). 

For additional information please contact Lakota East Sports Information Director, Dan Hilen at

Highlanders Welcome New Head Baseball Coach

Pending school board approval, the Oak Hills Highlanders welcome new Head Baseball Coach Shawn Sowders.

(Graphics and content provided by Oak Hills Athletic Department)