News

Mason and Oak Hills are the last two GMC representatives in the Girls State Soccer Tournaments.  Mason shut out Springboro Saturday 3-0, while Oak Hills shut out Beavercreek 4-0.  They will both advance to the final 16 teams, where they will meet in the next round.  The game will be held Tuesday 10/28, 7:00 at King High School.  Good Luck to both teams!

Lakota East shut out Walnut Hills to advance to the final 16 teams in the Division I Boys Soccer State Tournament, while Mason shut out Springboro 4-0 to join them.  Lakota East will face St. Xavier Wednesday 10/29, 7:00 at Sycamore Junior High, while Mason will take on Beavercreek the same night, 7:00 at Lebanon Junior High.  Good luck to our two remaining GMC teams!

Mason won the Regional Cross Country Championships in both the Boys and Girls divisions  while Lakota East finished third in the boys division and fourth in the Girls Division.  Both teams will move on to compete in the State Championships this weekend.  Good Luck to both schools.

Mason will face Ursuline Academy this Thursday (10/30) at 7:30 at Lakota West for a chance to move on to the final eight teams in the Division I Volleyball Tournament.  Mason defeated Lebanon to get to the round of 16 while Ursuline beat Centerville.  Good luck to the Lady Comets!

Congratulations Cassidy Hicks, a senior from Hamilton High School, who defeated Molly Sandberg of Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit this past Saturday to become the 2014 State Girls Singles Tennis Champion.  Cassidy won the championship in straight sets (6-3, 6-1).  In the state tournament, Cassidy dominated her matches, never losing a set and only losing 18 total games while winning 48.  Only one set went to 10 games.  Alexa Abele, a junior from Sycamore High School, lost to Cassidy in the semi-finals, then won her consolation match to finish third.