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Girls Swimming Shines

Samantha Kass’19 surges ahead of the pack. (Chris Heermann’18/Media editor) The CA girls swim team came back from winter break eager to get back in the pool and earn a win. On Thursday, January 11, the Vikes did exactly that, defeating both Wellington and Bishop Hartley. In the meet’s opening race, Academy’s relays came up

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Girls Swimming Impresses Again

Callista Popp’19 blazes in backstroke. (Chris Heermann’19/Media editor) The girls swimming team hosted its first meet of the week on Friday, December 8, against Delaware Hayes. Academy won the meet opener with Jane Li’18, Abby Yakam’20, Whitney Hannallah’20, and Callista Popp’19 taking the 200-medley relay. Captains Li and Popp continued their phenomenal meet by placing

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Boys Swimming Dazzles

Junior Eric Devore swims freestyle. (Inji kang’19) The CA boys swim team rolled into its second week of the season with two home meets on Friday, December 8 and Saturday, December 9. Friday was a duel meet against Delaware Hayes. Jack Campbell’19, Max Dreisbach’18, Mike DeAscentis’ 17, and Eric DeVore’19, started the boys off with

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Ice Hockey Finds Groove

Jacob Sardo’19 skates with the puck. (Inji Kang’20) The CA hockey team had its first tournament of the year, squaring off against Dublin Jerome on Thursday, November 30, Olentangy Dublin on Friday, December 1, Olentangy Orange on Saturday, December 2, and finally Dublin Jerome again in the third-place game on Sunday, December 3. The team

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Boys Swimming Kicks-off Season with a Win

The CA boys swimmers kicked off their season with a home meet on Friday, December 1 against Bishop Watterson. Senior captain Max Dreisbach led the team to its first record of the season, breaking the 200 freestyle pool record with a 1:43.02. The boys dominated all freestyle events, claiming first or second in each. Standout

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Division Change for Boys Soccer

Senior Randy Yan in semi-final game. (Courtesy/Chuck yan) The CA boys soccer team’s successful 2017 season came to an end on Wednesday, November 1.  The boys suffered a 4-1 loss in the regional semi-finals against Tippecanoe. Although junior David Barren put the ball in the back of the net, the Red Devils shut down the

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Boys Soccer Advances to District Semifinals

Senior Jay Chester surveys the field. (Inji Kang’19/Media) The boys soccer team, seeded #4 in its bracket, had its first two games of the postseason-against Lakewood on Wednesday, October 18, and Centennial on Saturday, October 21. With two victories, the Vikes have advanced to the District Semifinals. Lakewood was a dominant win for Academy. With

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Soccer Update: Boys Face Tough Week

Charlie Mueller’20 runs to grab the ball. (Inji Kang’19/Media) The final week of the boys’ regular season ended in a 3-1 loss against Grandville on Saturday, October 14. The Vikes went into the second half losing 0-2. Even though sophomore Charlie Mueller’s penalty kick shortened the gap to 2-1, the Blue Aces got another ball

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Boys Soccer Earns Tie

Tyler Schlonsky’19 kicks the ball away from Grandview. (Inji Kang’19/Media) On Saturday, October 7, the boys soccer team played an intense game against Grandview Heights at MAPFRE Stadium, home of the Columbus Crew. The blackout Academy student section filled the stands, ready to get rowdy and support its soccer team. But the Vikes got off

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Boys Soccer Endures Two Frustrating Losses

Angus Soderberg’18 boots a free kick. (Chris Heermann’18/Media editor) The boys soccer team faced some tough competition on both Monday, September 25, and Thursday September 28. They fought hard until the end, but some unlucky penalty kicks caused the Vikes to come up short in both contests. On the September 25the Senior Night, the team