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X-C Comes to a Close

Junior Luke Nester at states. (Courtesy/ Kasey Kist)   On Saturday, November 2, our Vikings traveled to National Trails Raceway to compete in states. Among a weekend full of CA athletic accomplishments, three of our runners were Division 2 state qualifiers: Regan Cornelius’21, Annalise Grammel’20, and Luke Nester. Nester was 16th at the mile, poised to make

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Academy Sends Three Runners to States

Junior Luke Nester heads to states for a 3rd year. (Courtesy/Chris Heerman’18) On Saturday, October 26, Columbus Academy’s boys varsity team, along with Annalise Grammel’20 and Regan Cornelius’21 traveled to Pickerington North to race in regionals, looking to qualify for the state meet. The boys competed against 21 other talented teams, needing to place in

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Cross Country Advances to Regionals

(Courtesy/ Chris Heerman’18) On Saturday, October 20, the Vikings competed in districts at Hilliard Darby. The top 28 runners for girls individually moved on to regionals, while the boys were split into two race sections, with the top 6 in our boys section automatically advancing, with the rest depending on times. The top 6 teams

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Vikes Begin Postseason at Leagues

Junior Jake Huddleston in final leg. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) Academy’s cross country team ran through cool temperatures on Saturday, October 12, to kick off postseason at the MSL Ohio meet at Buckeye Valley. Our boys varsity team placed 3rd out of 7 teams with a score of 66 and a team average of 18:14. Junior

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Cross Country Faces off Against Stiff Competition 

On Saturday, September 7, Columbus Academy challenged themselves against a stacked Division 2 field at the McGowan Invitational hosted by Watkins Memorial High School.  With another dominant performance, Luke Nester’21 clocked in at an impressive 16:09, coming up only four seconds short of the school record and earning himself a sixth-place finish. Both Charlie Sabgir’20

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