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Boys Soccer Enacts Revenge

 Angus Soderburg’18 cannons ball downfield. (Chris Heerman’18/Media) The atmosphere at Hondros Field on Saturday, September 16 was full of beach attire, loud cheers, and great soccer. The CA boys soccer team faced off against rival Wellington, who bounced the Vikes from the tournament last season. But the boys used their fire as a motivation, and

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Boys Soccer Extends Winning Streak

 A triumph over the Warriors. (Inji Kang’19/Media) The CA boys soccer team had only one game this past week: a showdown against long-time rival Worthington Christian. Remembering a 4-3 loss to the Warriors last year, the Vikes stepped onto Hondros Field on Wednesday, September 6, hungry for revenge. Academy struck first with a beautiful header from

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Boys Soccer Stays Hot

Evan Scott’19 (Julia Gurevitz’19/Media) The Academy boys soccer team looked to improve upon its 2-1 start with two home games last week. On Monday, August 28, the Vikes faced off against Horizon Science Academy, a team the Vikes have enjoyed much success against in past years. The boys demolished the Jaguars, 9-3. Three days later,

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Girls Lacrosse Playoff Performance

The girls lacrosse team continued its playoff journey this past Wednesday, May 24, when it hosted Worthington Kilbourne, which knocked Academy out of OHSAA states  last year, so the Vikes were looking for revenge this time around. In the first half, neither team made any significant headway. Each goal was matched by the other team,

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Senior Night and Regular Season’s End for Girls Lacrosse

(Inji Kang’19/Media) Tuesday, May 9, was Senior Night for our girls lacrosse team, followed by a game against Worthington Kilbourne. After a lovely tribute towards the six graduating seniors, the Vikings took to the field for a  face-off against the Wolves. The seniors thirst for a win on their big night prevailed, taking home a

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3 out of 4 Wins for Girls Lacrosse

(Julia Gurevitz’19/Media Team) From April 17-22, the girls lacrosse team faced four opponents and clasped a win from all but one competitor. Its first match-up on April 17, Thomas Worthington, took an 11-9 win, even as the Vikes fought their best to the end. Seniors Michelle Daoud and Baylee Mueller, sophomores Lexi Leader and Tani

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Way to Go, Girls Lacrosse

(Julia Gurevitz’19/Media Team) On Tuesday April 4, the girls lacrosse team took on Granville and came out with a blazing start, putting up a few unanswered goals before the Granville team had even gotten its bearings. Eventually, the Blue Aces rallied and put a few on the scoreboard, but it became clear by the beginning

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Girls Lacrosse Wins First Game of the Season

The girls lacrosse team snagged its first win of the season against Olentangy Orange on Saturday April 1. After weeks of practice and a pre-season training camp, the girls were ready to take on their first challenge. With an 11-5 win, the team is off to a promising start. Sophomores Lexi Leader, Tani Obikunle, and

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Swimmers Place First and Runners-Up at Districts

Esther Lawrence’18 breaks school and state record. (Photo/Chris Heerman’18/Media Team) The Aquavikes suited up for a long day of successful swimming on Friday, February 17, with the girls placing runners up and the boys landing first place! The team competed against all central district schools, in addition to schools in the other three districts. The

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Swimmers Stunning at Sectionals

Audrey Grammel swims the breaststroke. (Photo/Inji Kang’19. Media Team) The AquaVikes had a phenomenal day of swimming at Sectionals on Saturday February 12. It was the first post-season meet this year, and the top thirty swimmers from each event qualify for Districts. The girls started the day off with some great swimming. In the 200-yard