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September 22, 2018

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Football Rips Bexley For Second Straight Year

Sophomore Brady Hess looks for extra yardage on his scramble. (Jenny L’Hommedieu’19/Media) The CA football team retained the Mayor-Headmaster’s Cup on Friday, September 14, as the Vikes clobbered archrival Bexley, 38-6. Academy wasted no time establishing its dominance. With the Lions in punt formation on their first possession, junior Andrew Swartz flew around the edge

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Football Edges Newark Catholic

The CA football team picked up a hard-fought road win over Newark Catholic on Saturday, September 8, edging the Green Wave in wet conditions, 16-14. The Vikes came out of the gates swinging. They forced a punt to open the game, before junior Carter Warstler took a pitch on Academy’s first offensive play and bolted

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Opinion & Editorial

The Urban Meyer Problem: Winning Over Everything

 Urban’s coaching prowess on the field is undisputed. What about his morals? (Wikiimedia Commons)   Five of head coach Urban Meyer’s core values are plastered on a wall in the Woody Hayes Athletic Center at Ohio State. The second one reads: TREAT WOMEN WITH RESPECT. Considering the chaos that has transpired within the Buckeye football program

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School News

Academy’s Mission: Reframing “In Quest of the Best”

  In 1916, Paul Schoedinger, a senior at Columbus Academy, created the motto “In Quest of the Best” for the first hard-bound edition of the yearbook,The Caravel. The school community took a liking to Schoedinger’s mantra, and it was eventually adopted as Academy’s official statement.  Ever since, “In Quest of the Best” has served as

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Sports

Boys Lacrosse Eyes Deep Playoff Run

Junior Keenan Bellisari searches for an opening. Riley Hennessy’20/Media staff The CA boys lacrosse team fell to Delaware Hayes before capping off its regular season by pummeling Bexley. The Vikings held Senior Night festivities on Tuesday, May 8, ahead of their home contest against Delaware Hayes. The two Academy seniors honored were Mike Boeckman and

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Sports

Rocky Road Continues for Boys Lacrosse

Sophomore Charlie Yaw finds a cutting teammate. (Riley Hennessy’20/Media staff) The CA boys lacrosse team split a pair of contests, stumbling against Dublin Scioto before overpowering Gahanna Lincoln. The Vikings traveled to Dublin Scioto on Thursday, May 3, and couldn’t keep up, falling 13-9. The squads went back-and-forth to open the game, and the score

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Sports

Boys Lacrosse Falls to St. Charles

Sophomore Andrew Swartz reels in a pass. (Courtesy of Ben Chiovaro) The CA boys lacrosse team hosted St. Charles on Monday, April 23, yet couldn’t build upon its recent success, losing 7-3. With the rainy conditions playing a factor, both offenses started slowly. The Vikings finally drew first blood on a goal from sophomore Charlie

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Sports

Boys Lacrosse Splits Two Contests

The CA boys lacrosse team went 1-1 in a pair of wars, falling to Licking Valley before edging Hilliard Darby. The Vikings traveled to Licking Valley on Tuesday, April 17, and suffered a heartbreaking 8-7 loss after an impressive upset bid. The squads went back-and-forth to begin the game, but the Panthers grabbed the upper

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