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CA Impresses in Recent Home Meet

Julia DeVore sprints the butterfly  during the 200 IM. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) The Vikes capped off the first week back at school in a home meet on Thursday, January 9, and Friday, January 10, besting The Wellington School and Columbus Bishop Hartley with a team score of 214. Mary Kate Prall’22 defeated her competition in both

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Newest Sage Feature: Gluten-Free Bar

(Sarah Neltner’20/Media) Academy and Sage have made great strides in the Dining Hall to accommodate people with dietary restrictions, including making Academy a nut-free zone. Now, they have gone a step further and created a gluten-free bar for students, faculty, and visitors alike. Sage does not usually have a specific gluten-free bar, because of the

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Update: Boys Track Places Third at Regionals

(Regan Cornelius’20/Staff) Luke Nester placed second in the mile, while Harry Mills won the 200. Their 4 by 200 of Sam Huyghe, Ezra Johnson, Alex McClellan, and Mills won, while their 4 by 400 earned second with a team of Huyghe, Johnson, Mills, and Nester. They were third overall as a team.

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Boys Lacrosse Dusts Postseason Opponents 

The Vikings were looking forward to the beginning of the state tournament after a phenomenal regular season and proved they weren’t here to mess around. Facing off against Olentangy Berlin on Monday, May 13, our boys wasted no time getting ahead. Many people contributed to the Vikes 20-7 victory, including a whopping five goals from

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Three for Three: Boys LAX Celebrates Senior Night

Andrew Swartz’20 runs to take a shot on goal. (Andrew Barren’22/Media) After winning all of their games the previous week, the CA boys lacrosse team rode their momentum to three more victories against Granville, Bexley, and Bellbrook. Next was a matchup against rivals, the Bexley Lions on Thursday, May 9. By the end of the

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Baseball Earns Two Victories in Busy Week

After ending the previous week with a triumph against Berne Union, the CA baseball team was looking to build on its win. Kicking off the week against Grandview Heights at home on Monday, April 29, the Vikes were determined to claim a victory. After the exciting back and forth game, our boys managed to pull

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Girls Lacrosse Cruises to Two Victories

Junior Lauren Bernacki pulls away from CSG’s defender before taking a shot on goal. (Ella Morris’22/Media) On Tuesday, April 30, our girls lacrosse team hosted Thomas Worthington on Hondros Field. The team came out firing in this matchup, getting off 11 shots on goal in the first half and scoring 6 to take a 6-4

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Boys Baseball Suffers Double-Header Losses

Our boys baseball team had a tough week, as they took on their rivals the Bexley Lions in a two game series. The Vikes had the home field advantage in the first game but suffered a crushing 1-10 defeat as they failed to round the bases on Monday, April 22. On Wednesday, April 24, the

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Baseball Starts Regular Season Running

Following last year’s district championship and regional finals appearance, Academy’s baseball squad is out for vengeance. Led by their senior captains Hayden Compton, Jordan Dearing-Hardiman, Nick Rothman, and Evan Scott, the team started preseason with its annual trip to Myrtle Beach over spring break, where they lost against Rootstown 7-0 before rebounding against Timothy Christian