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Track Smashes records at Districts

(Courtesy/Ms. Wilson) Both track teams traveled to Westerville South for the District Championships this past week. The boys claimed 77 points to earn third-place honors. The girls matched with the bronze with a total of 71 points. Zoya A. broke the school record for the 100m hurdles with 16.29 seconds, which beat the record she


Meet the new Service Board Presidents and Student Body Co-Presidents

After an acknowledgment from Mr. Thompson, students were asked to raise their hands if they were affected by different student council initiatives. After reminiscing about a year of success, Mikey and Angela finally ended their terms as co-presidents. With the passing of the gavel, the student body officially has new leaders with Katie J. and


Girls 800m Sprint Medley Tops School Record

(Melanoe Q./Staff) The boys and girls track teams dominated this week as they traveled to Worthington Christian on Tuesday and Whitehall on Friday. On Friday, the girls sprint medley with Caitlynn H., Irena A., Sydney F., and Mila B., broke Academy’s record of 2:00.02 set in 2018 with a time of 1:59.93.  Starting on Tuesday,


Track races to Bexley 

(Melanie Q./Staff) The Vikings visited Bexley this week with a meet on Friday, April 12. The boys placed fourth, and the girls placed fifth.  MJ J. led the boys and had had multiple notable finishes, including winning his first event of the year in shot put. After being on the brink of winning in the


Track and Field starts hot in back-to-back meets

Clara S.(Melanie Q./Staff) by Seth Lee On April 5 and 6, the racing Vikings got a start to their season. Last Tuesday’s weather postponed the season-opening meet to Friday, but our Vikes were unfazed.  Starting on Friday, the Vikings took to the podium with first-place finishes by Andy L., in the boys  800m and Zephyr


Indoor Track Races to States

Alli K. (Courtesy/Sunil S.) by Seth L. As you may know, Academy does not recognize Indoor Track as an official sport. Indoor track isn’t even an OHSAA sport, the meets and state meet are hosted by the Ohio Association for Track and Cross Country Coaches (OATCCC). This did not stop the Vikings from sending both