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With GMC student-athletes occupying numerous first and second team positions, Cincinnati.com announced its prestigious selections for All-City performers.  Led by Cincinnati's male Co-Swimmer of the Year, Mason's Adam Chaney.  Chaney a 2020 two time state champion, was also named the OHSAA "Swimmer of the Meet" for the state championships.

To see the complete listing of the winter all-city selections, check out the link provided below to Cincinnati.com

 (Cincinnati.com Winter All-Stars)

Congratulations to all the GMC winter performers.  

The Bengals sent this news release this morning. Princeton football coach Mike Daniels has been named as an intern as part of this year’s Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship program for the Bengals.

The Bengals coaching staff is welcoming three coaches to work with the team as interns as part of this year’s Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship program. All three will assist the ...

(for the rest of Mike Daniels' incredible accomplishment, checkout the link below to Mike Dyer's WCPO Facebook entry:

(WCPO Facebook Story on Princeton's Mike Daniels)

The Greater Miami Conference proudly salutes efforts and achievements of Mike Daniels.

Photo compliments of Mike Dyer, WCPO.COM

Lakota West girls soccer supper star, racked up yet another honor, being named as the Gatorade Ohio Girls Soccer Player of the Year.  As a junior and one of the team leaders on the state champion Firebird girls soccer team, she earned first team All-GMC and conference Player of the Year, as well as first team All-Ohio and Ohio Player of the Year.  Kailyn is a proud Ohio State University commit.

To examine the "rest of the story", see the WCPO.COM link below:

(www.wcpo.com - Kailyn Dudukovich Gatorade POY)

Photo compliments of Lakota West Athletic Department

In an abbreviated athletic year, Mason captures its 13th consecutive Greater Miami Conference All-Sport Championship. In a vote of GMC athletic directors, Mason was awarded the 2019-2020 GMC All-Sport title. Totaling 167.8 All-Sport points over runner-up Lakota East with 130.5 Mason ran away with the GMC crown.  Mason has won the Greater Miami Conference every year since joining the conference in 2007-08.

On the strength of two sports seasons, as Mason captured GMC fall titles in girls volleyball, boys soccer, boys cross country, and girls tennis, backed up by the strength of runner-up positions in girls soccer, girls cross country, boys golf and girls golf. In a show of program strength, all totaled in fall sports alone, Mason finished first or second in eight of the nine sports being contested.  In the winter sports arena, Mason garnered an additional 5 championships.  Securing titles chess, boys and girls swimming, wrestling and a co-championship in boys bowling sealed the deal for the Comets.

 

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