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Rocky Start for Bowling

Mira Bhasin’19 follows through on her bowl. (Julia Gurevitz’19/Staff) The bowling team started its season with a match against Centennial at HP Lanes on Monday, December 4. Unfortunately, both the boys and girls teams fell to the Centennial Stars, 1533-1696 and 1230-1373, respectively. The Striking Vikings didn’t allow the loss to bring them down as

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2017 Bowling Preview

Bowling team ready to a hot start of season. (Cc/Wikimedia Commons) Following a strong second place finish in the MSL tournament last year, the Striking Vikings look to bring the team to even greater heights this upcoming season. Academy’s boys and girls teams finished with 5-10 and 1-12 records, respectively in 2016. This year, both

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Girls Tennis Heads to States

(Lexis Hughes’18 returns a serve. (Inji Kang’18/Media) On Wednesday, October 11, the girls tennis team towered over the Wellington Cougars in a 4-0 win to clinch its spot in the State Final Four as the Central District Champions. The game was meant to be played to decision, but the second singles and doubles game ended

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Girls Tennis Senior Night a Success

Georgia Tuckerman’18 crushes a serve. (Julia Gurevitz’19/Media) Looking to add to an impressive 7-game winning streak, the girls tennis team squared off against CSG on Monday, September 25. The Vikes won every court against the Unicorns and extended their sweep streak to 6. On Wednesday, September 27, Academy faced tougher opponent, Bishop Watterson. Academy battled

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Girls Tennis Wins MSLs

Haylee White’19 delivers a serve. (Julia Gurevitz’19/Media) Riding a four-game winning streak, the girls tennis team continues to shine, sweeping Olentangy on Monday, September 18. The VIkes won every court in convincing fashion, but two particularly strong spots came from freshman Sydni Ratliff and the doubles pair of Himaja Reddy’19 and Georgia Tuckerman’18. Both won

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Girls Tennis Extends Winning Streak

Georgia Tuckerman’18 keeps her eye on the ball. (Julia Gurevitz’19/Media) Riding a hot streak, the girls tennis team built upon its recent success against Wellington on Tuesday, September 12. The Vikings successfully defended their turf, sweeping the Jaguars 5-0. Playing first singles, senior Georgia Tuckerman beat Akua Antiwi-Woods, 6-0, 6-2. In second singles, junior Himaja

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Girls Tennis Bounces Back

After a dominant start to the season, the girls tennis team’s confidence was riding high, heading into a showdown with Olentangy Liberty on Wednesday, August 30. Unfortunately, the Patriots got the best of Academy, winning 4-1. In first singles, senior Georgia Tuckerman put up a good fight against freshman phenom Maddie Atway, who took the

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Girls Tennis Strikes Hot in Early Season Play

Starting out its season with a first place win in a match against North Canton Hoover on Monday, August 14, the Vikings showed they were wasting no time this season. On Friday, August 19, our girls competed in a  Bishop Watterson tournament, battling  Toledo, Olentangy, CSG, New Albany, and Olentangy Liberty. Academy fought hard all

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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