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Girls Track Dominates at Home, Falls in Division I Meet

The Columbus Academy girls track team had a dominant performance on their April 27 the Senior Night. Olivia Archibald, Hannah Clay, Regan Cornelius, and Olivia Pierre-Louis were recognized for their dedication to the track program. This was far from the only thing to celebrate about this meet, however.  The Vikes took on London and Delaware

Olivia Pierre-Louis'21 clears the bar. (Courtesy/Cindy Wilson)

Girls Track 3rd at Bloom Carroll

The girls track team competetd on April 23 against Amanda-Clearcreek, Bloom Carroll, East Columbus, Fairfield Christian, Fairfield Union, Franklin Heights, Highland, Madison Christian, Utica, Watkins Memorial, and Worthington Christian. Our girls placed 3rd with 86 points, behind Fairfield Union (121) and Bloom Carroll (114).  Noteworthy were senior Hannah Clay’s 2nd placein the 100 meter dash

Ninth-graders: Ella Lowrie and Eleanor Schroeder, plus senior Olivia Archibald take on the 100 meter hurdles. (Courtesy/ Cynthia Wilson)

Girls Track and Field Crush the Week

The girls track and field team won its first meet at home and finished second against multiple Division 1 teams at Whitehall. The girls’ tally on their April 13 home meet was 118, with 8 for Gilead Christian,and 6 for Tree of Life Christian. Our girls fired off, sweeping the high jump with Allison Klinefelter’24


Girls Track and Field Starts Strong

On April 10, the girls track team started its season off strong at Big Walnut High School’s Red Edwards Relays. This was the first meet of the year, and our Vikes’ first meet as a Division 2 team. The other participants were Big Walnut, Bishop Watterson, Centennial, Central Crossing, Grove City, Rutherford B. Hayes, Walnut


Bowling Season Ends at Districts

Bowling’s season ended in districts at HP Lanes on February 15. The striking vikings came in 9th, which wasn’t high enough to advance to regionals, But they put on a solid showing with 2368 in 3 games. Jacob Mowery’23 led the way with 202, 172 and 191, followed by Ryan Reagan’22 who put up 188, 188


Bowling Splits A Pair of Matches

(Cole Leis’ 21 prepares to deliver a strike. (Courtesy/Cynthia Wilson) The Vikings followed up their extraordinary run with another solid week. They were tested by tough competition yet rose to the task. First up was a match against Beechcroft on January 25 at the Sequoia Pro Bowl. The Striking Vikings took the win, 1854 to


Boys Bowling Makes CA History

(Vincent White’21 readies for a strike /Courtesy Cindy Wilson) On Tuesday, January 19, the Columbus Academy boys bowling team broke the all-time program record for a single game with 2072 points against Hamilton Township. Academy’s star bowler, Vincent White’21, broke the individual record, putting up 212 before securing 267. Following a 278 in practice, Jacob


Bowling Celebrates Senior Night

(Vincent White, Evelyn Olexio, Maddy Rosenberg, Skyler Simpson, Cole Leis, Jake Podgurski, Gabe Taub/Courtesy, Cynthia Wilson) Because of COVID-19, our boys and girls matches were cancelled against Liberty Christian and Columbus West on January 13 and 15, so the Vikes celebrated Senior Night during their Thursday, January 14 practice. Honored for their dedication to the