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Girls Lacrosse Nets Two Wins in Pre-Post Season 

(Vaanika J/Media) Girls lacrosse had another strong week defeating the Columbus School for Girls on Tuesday, May 3, with a 21-9 win. The team kept its momentum on Thursday, May 5, beating Pickerington Central 12-11 in overtime. Academy gained a 3-point lead by the end of the first half before Pickerington cameout blazing in the

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Girls Lacrosse: One loss, One win in Overtime 

Avery A and Sofia S (Vaanika J/Media) On Tuesday, April 26, girls lacrosse lost to Bishop Watterson, 17-7. The team encountered difficulty on the attack and communication, as it failed to run a full attack until the last quarter. The girls streaked back in overtime on Friday, April 29, against Desales 9-8. When the closkwent

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 Girls Lacrosse Nets Two Wins

(Sofia S. Vaanika J/Media)   After its defeat on April 9 against Indian Hills, the girls lacrosse team impoved its defensive communication and transitions to dominate in an 18-3 victory against Granville on Tuesday, April 12. Ava H said, “We all trusted each other and worked together, which seemed to help us a lot.”    On Thursday,

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Girls Lacrosse: Two Wins, One Loss

(Max W /Media) The girls lacrosse team blasted Buckeye Valley on Tuesday, April 5 in a 24-1 win.  On Thursday, April 7, the team’s 15-12 victory over Bexley was a sweet ending to Academy’s first home game of the season.  But Academy lost to Indian Hills by 22-13 on Saturday, April 9. The Vikings were

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Boys Basketball Wins On Senior Night

(Courtesy/Ralph Schudel) On Tuesday, February 8, Academy won another away game against Fredericktown 54-47. T. Compton, T. Falkenhein, and K. Reeves led with 9, 10, and 14 points respectively.  The Vikings netted another win against Worthington Christian 61-43 on Friday, February 11. The game remained close in the first half, but Academy pulled out a

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Boys Basketball Nets Two Wins”

(Vaanika J./Media) On Tuesday, February 1, the Vikings defended its previous victory against Whitehall, winning 52-36. Tanner Compton and Kevin Reeves led the Vikings in points with 10 and 17 respectively.  On Saturday, February 5, the team clinched another win in the Mack against Wellington. The game was fast-paced and evenly-matched, with the score tied

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Boys Basketball Goes 1-1

(Liesel G./Media) On Tuesday, January 25, the Vikings continued its winning streak, beating Grandview Heights 60-55. Tanner C. and Kevin R. were the leaders in points, with 22 and 10 respectively.  The Vikings lost a close game on Saturday, January 29, against Buckeye Valley. The contest stayed neck-and-neck until the end, with the Vikings trailing by

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Boys Basketball: Win followed by a Loss

(Vaanika J./Media) Over winter break, the Vikings continued their season play, winning against Briggs, Dayton Stivers, and Wellington, and losing to Buckeye Valley. The team won its first home game of 2022 on Friday, January 7, defeating the Centerburg Trojans 47-43. Tanner C., Johnny H., and Kevin R. led with 10, 10, and 15 points respectively. 

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Boys Basketball Goes 1-1 In Away Games

(Vaanika Jindal/Staff & Courtesy/Ralph Shrudel) Academy’s varsity boys basketball won its first away game 62-44 against KIPP on Tuesday, December 7. Tanner Compton, Ryan Panley, Kevin Reeves, and led the Vikings to a victory, scoring 14, 11, and 14 points respectively. On Friday, December 10, the team suffered its first defeat away against Bexley in

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Boys Soccer Loses Another Tough Match

(Ella Morris/Media) Boys soccer lost a hard-fought match against Bishop Watterson on October 12. Both Davey Agrawal and Leo Kass scored, but the Vikings failed to prevent Watterson from scoring double the Vikes’ shots, ending in 4-2.  The Vikes ended the season with a 6-9-3 record. Districts information TBA.