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Volleyball’s Rough Patch Continues

Mabry Nichols’20 spikes ball against London. (Inji Kang’19/Media) It was a short week for the Columbus Academy girls volleyball team, with only two matches. On Tuesday, September 12, the Vikes took on London in a Mid-State League match-up. Academy had stumbled in recent matches, so the team looked to rebound on its home court. Despite

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Girls Volleyball Hits Rough Patch

The Vikes Face-off Against the Warriors. (Inji Kang’19/Media) The Columbus Academy girls volleyball team took the court against Worthington Christian on Tuesday, September 5, in pursuit of its fourth win of the season. The Vikings did not get off to the start they were looking for, as Worthington Christian grabbed the first set handily. Academy

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Volleyball Rebounds with Latest Win

The Columbus Academy girls volleyball team was back in action on August 22, after multiple scrimmages to get the season underway. The Lady Vikes took on Tree of Life, cruising to victory in three sets. Then, on August 24, Academy faced off against Granville Christian, making it look easy as our girls made quick work

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CA’s (not-so) Secret Study Space

Lounging and Focussed in the US Library. (Max Dresibach’18/Staff) Do you ever feel like it’s impossible to find somewhere quiet to study? As summer grows closer and the weather become nicer, it can get pretty noisy on campus. One small space that has recently opened with the arrival of spring. If you haven’t been paying

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Baseball Update

(Chris Heermann’18/Media) The Vikings took the field Monday, May 8, against Fairbanks in the first round of districts.  Sophomore Hayden Compton was on the mound, pitching well through six innings.  The scored was locked at two apiece in the bottom of the fifth, when Fairbanks singled off Compton to grab a 4-2 lead.  Unfortunately for

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Baseball Ends Regular Season

Entering its final week of the regular season, the Vikes traveled to Grandview Heights to battle the Bobcats on Monday, May 1.  It was a defensive game, but thanks to a fantastic performance on the mound from senior Nick Stringer, Academy came out on top. Stringer finished with the complete game, no-hitter to help the

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Baseball Update

(Riley Hennessy’20/Media Team) Columbus Academy opened the week with a huge league matchup against West Jefferson High School on Monday, April 24. The Vikings and Rough Riders played two games. The first was to finish the game that was postponed due to severe weather on April 5. The home game began in the bottom of the

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Two Wins for Baseball

With only two games, it was a quick week for the Columbus Academy baseball team. On Wednesday, April 12, the Vikes took on Grandview Heights in a low scoring affair. The Vikings outlasted the Bobcats, thanks to a solid pitching performance from senior Nick Stringer, along with the team’s timely offense.  Both the Vikings and

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Baseball Update

Sophomore Hayden Compton took the mound on Wednesday, March 29, as the Vikings battled the Bloom Carroll Bulldogs. The Vikings bent but didn’t break early on, as Compton pitched his way out of a bases-loaded jam in the first. It was a quick eight-pitch inning in the second for Compton, who settled in against a

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Baseball Aims for Success

(Photo/Courtesy of Morgan Hamilton’17) After a season that seemed destined for a long post-season run, the Vikings are eager to get the bad taste out of their mouth with a fresh start in 2017. The Vikings ended the 2016 year with a loss in the district semifinal against Fairbanks High School. It was a shocking