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Mason Sweeps Sycamore while Spiking Cancer

  Peyton Gronholm and Owen Robenson  | Staff Writers   Mason and Sycamore are teaming up in an effort to end breast cancer. The annual Susan G. Komen Volley for the Cure event took place at William Mason High School on Sept. 26. Seventh Grade Language Arts teacher and Junior Varsity Girls Volleyball coach Eric Schatzle … Continue reading

Mason Cross Country Boys Leave Other Teams in the Dust

By Sanjana Velu | Staff Writer The Mason Boys Cross Country team is flying through their meets as they bring a first place trophy home after each race. On Thursday, Sept. 14, the Mason’s Boys Cross Country team won first place in both their seventh and eighth grade races yet again at the Stoneberger Cross … Continue reading

Mason wins 22-12, leaving Wilson astonished

By Vishva Bhavsar and Nainika Koppusetty | Staff Writers     The moment was here, the score was 16-12, Comets were winning, and Wilson was close behind, but the strong seventh graders would not let that happen. They dodged, twisted, and tackled as they battled for the win. On Saturday morning Sept. 19, the Comets faced … Continue reading

Mason Middle School Girls Triumph During Cross Country Invitational

Della Johnson and Seiya Sachdeva | Staff Writers     Beating out over four schools, Mason girls reigned victorious for the two-mile run. On Saturday, September 10, the Mason Invitational brought multiple schools from all over Ohio to compete in cross country races. The races were two miles long, including features such as hay barrels … Continue reading

Baseball team one of few sports missing from athletic repertoire

Abby Miller | Staff Writer Photo by Chronicle Staff Writer Blake Nissen At Mason Middle School, there is a sport or club for every student, no matter his or her interests. Yet there is one major team sport missing from the MMS collection of sports: baseball. According to MMS athletic director, Stephanie Hyatt, boys have … Continue reading

Students learn to look beyond ‘making the cut’

Riley Johansen | Staff Editor Seventh graders Elizabeth Berry (left) and Samantha Connors (right) play basketball. Photo by Riley Johansen. In sports, it is often said “If you want to be the best, you have to beat the best.” This mantra definitely applies when it comes to trying out for Mason Schools sports teams. In … Continue reading

Runners brave snow and ice in Polar Bear Running Club

Abby Miller | Staff Writer Eighth grader Bella Ranieri runs at practice. Photo by Abby Miller. The Polar Bear Running Club has been at MMS for 10 years and is leaving its legacy on student athletes. The Polar Bear Running Club is a club at MMS where any student has the opportunity to run in the … Continue reading

Seventh grade girl works to trump wrestling stereotypes

Abby Miller | Staff Writer A seventh grade girl wrestles with the stereotype of wrestling being an only male sport. Seventh grader Sierra Christian is the only girl on the middle school wrestling team.  However, according to Christian, the boys don’t treat her any different. “They treat me like a guy, basically,” Christian said. “They’re … Continue reading

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