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Update: Boys LAX

After a promising start to the season, our boys were ready to keep the ball rolling, starting off with a rivalry game away against Bexley on Tuesday, April 13. The Lions never had a chance, as junior Zach White led the Vikes in stats, with four goals and four assists. Fellow juniors Davey Agrawal and

Senior class president Luke Nester displays a compliment sheet. (Regan Cornelius'21)
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Heartwarming Tradition: Compliment Sheets

In a year characterized by distancing, student council managed to bring their respective grades together with its annual tradition of “compliment sheets,” which consist of handwritten compliments from each class’s student council members to their peers. This gesture never fails to brighten the recipient’s day. Due to COVID, many people have felt isolated and alone, and

Sports

Boys Lacrosse Back in Action

After a series of successful scrimmages, our boys lacrosse team was ready to get back on the field after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Opening up the season on Thursday, April 8, at Westerville Central, the Vikes showed they were more than ready to take on a tough opponent. The first half

Opinion & Editorial

“Monkey Together Strong”

(Wikimedia Commons) What happens when you gather 7.8 million reddit “degenerates” together? Apparently, the nightmare of a Wall Street hedge fund. Gamestock ($GME) has skyrocketed recently, up 1,600% in 2021, with shares currently valued at $325 before the market opens on Monday, February 1. This explosion started on the subreddit r/WallStreetBets (WSB), with nearly 8

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Kim Ng: Breaking Barriers

Marlin’s field, where Kim Ng will become the first female General Manager in MBL (Wikimedia Commons) After 151 years in existence, Major League Baseball has its first female General Manager.  Kim Ng, named by Derek Jeter as the Miami Marlins General Manager, will bring her career and their relationship full circle. One of Ng’s first roles

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Girls Soccer Advances to Final Four

(Courtesy/Lorn Spolter)   Continuing the Vikings outstanding run, our girls made the trek out to Berlin Hiland for the regional semi-finals on Tuesday, November 3. CA stayed tough, but so did the Hawks, with both teams having opportunities but neither able to capitalize.   The score remained 0-0 throughout the 90 minutes of regulation and the

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Girls Soccer Claims District Championship 

(Courtesy/Lorn Spolter) After a 1-0 upset against number-three ranked CSG, our girls were ready to make a run for the State Championship.    CA faced off against number-two seeded Wellington on Tuesday, October 27, in the District Semifinals. The Vikes came out on fire, with senior Katie Schiano lasering in a ball early in the

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Girls Soccer Advances to the District Semifinals 

Senior Katie Schiano. (Sari Shocket’22/Media)   Our girls started off the postseason facing off against Madison Plains on Monday, October 19, on Hondros. The sixth-seeded Vikes were fired up for the first round and came out strong, with goals by Zoya Arnold’24, sophomores Claire Cahall and Jasmine Evans, junior Diana Ulbrich, and senior Katie Schiano.

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Girls Soccer with a 3-0 Win Streak

Senior Maggie Walther. Junior Emma Yakam cuts to space (Lorn Spolter/ Courtesy) Our girls soccer team kicked off a busy week on Tuesday, October 13, facing off against rival Wellington at home. Junior Sophie Spolter played her way to a shutout, while goals by senior Katie Schiano and junior Emma Yakam propelled the Vikes to a 2-0