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November 20, 2018

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2018 Boys Basketball Preview

One last shot at a District title for Chris Boyle and the Academy seniors. (Inji Kang’19/Media editor)   Despite posting an impressive 20-5 record last year, another frustrating tournament loss has the CA boys basketball team entering its new season with a vindictive attitude. The Vikings have reloaded their roster and seem ready to contend

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Opinion & Editorial

California Dreamin’

A later start for students would help! Wikipedia Later start times could allow students to be more mentally prepared for school. Creative Commons “California dreamin’ . . .  on such a winter’s dayyyyyyyy!” I belted out alongside The Mamas & the Papas, as I gazed out into the crowd of screaming fans. Of course, I was

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Sports

Football Breezes Past Liberty Union

Vikings’ defense sprints after Sam Massick’20 kicks off. Sarah Neltner’20/ Media The CA football team kept its playoff hopes afloat on Friday, October 19, blowing the doors off of Liberty Union, 47-7.   Senior Night festivities preceded the contest, as Keenan Bellisari, Chris Boyle, Kyle Channell, Deven Cobb, Hayden Compton, Caleb Crawley, Jordan Dearing-Hardiman, Dalyn

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Sports

Football Batters Bloom-Carroll

Senior Dorrian Moultrie communicates with the Vikings sideline.  Sarah Neltner’20/Media   Coming off its third consecutive loss, the CA football team finally returned to form on Friday, October 12, wiping out Bloom-Carroll, 59-9.   Despite the rainy conditions, the Vikings offense caught fire early. On the second play from scrimmage, junior Carter Warstler took an

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Sports

Football Falls to London

Junior kicker Sam Massick has delivered the goods all year. (Inji Kang’19/Media editor)   Coming off a frustrating loss, the CA football team ran into more trouble in its bout against London on Friday, September 28, suffering a 42-27 loss to the Red Raiders. It was the first time the Vikings have been defeated at

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Sports

Football Stumbles Against Whitehall

Brady Hess’21 drops back and scans field for an open receiver. (Jenny L’Hommedieu’19/Media) Just as it seemed to be shifting into gear, the CA football team was halted on Thursday, September 20, as the Vikings suffered a road loss to Whitehall, 37-23. It was a nightmarish start for Academy. The Rams received the kickoff and hit

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Sports

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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Sports

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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