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Mixed Results for Boys Tennis

The Columbus Academy boys tennis team faced some of its toughest competition yet, finishing the week with three losses and one win to secure a total record of 4-3. The Vikes kicked off the week with a match against Olentangy on Monday, April 12. Arie Tuckerman’21 fought hard in first singles but was overwhelmed 0-6,

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Boys Tennis Racks Up a 3-1 Week

The Columbus Academy boys tennis team kicked off its season with four matches to secure a 3-1 overall record.  The Vikes competed at Grandview Heights on Tuesday, April 6 and defeated the Bobcats with a 5-0 victory. Ryan Panley’22 started the match with a bang, defeating his opponent 6-2, 6-0 at first singles. Jake Stouffer’22

Ella Lowrie’24, Mary Kate Prall'22, Rene Fleege’24 (Julia DeVore’22/News)
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Girls Swimming Storms Districts

Academy’s girls dominated in districts on Thursday, February 18, with 8 state qualifiers.  Alexandra Butnariu’22 took  6th in 100 free in 55.71. and nabbed 11th in the 200 free, with Ella Lowrie’24 placing 15th.  Emma Yakam’22, Rene Fleege’24, and Charlotte Baker’24 conquered in the 100 breaststroke, securing 6th, 12th, and 17th, respectively.  Lowrie swept the

Florence Lin’23 and Ella Lowrie’24 slice through. Mary Kate Prall’22 dominates in the backstroke. (Julia DeVore’22/Staff)
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Girls Swimming Triumphs in Sectionals

The girls swimming team kicked off the postseason by securing a victory at the home sectional meet on Saturday, February 13. Due to COVID restrictions, the girls only raced against six other teams. However, the Aquavikes were also competing against swimmers at six other meets to claim a spot in districts.  Alexandra Butnariu’22 nabbed gold

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Girls Swimming Takes MSL Runner-Up  

Claire Richardson, Charlotte Baker, Nicole Young’23 (Julia DeVore’22/Staff) The Columbus Academy AquaVikes had their last regular season meet on Tuesday, January 26. The Vikes secured a 102.5-67.5 victory over St. Francis DeSales before honoring seniors Laura Campbell, Rowan Hennessy, and Vera Anderson in a Senior Night celebration.  The girls started off the meet with a

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Girls Swimming Racks Up a 2-1 Week

Florence Lin’23, Charlotte Baker’24, Lauren Prall’24. (Julia DeVore’22/Staff) The Columbus Academy girls swimming team looked to continue its winning streak with three big meets on Tuesday, January 19, Friday, January 22, and Saturday, January 23.   The Aquavikes started off the week with a bang, securing a victory over Bishop Hartley, Ohio Ready, and Wellington with

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Mixed Results for Girls Swimming

Charlotte Baker’24, Alexandra Butnariu’22, Mary Kate Prall’22. (Julia DeVore’22/Staff).  Following two victories the previous week, the Columbus Academy girls swimming team looked to continue its winning streak with two big meets on Friday, January 15, and Saturday, January 16. The Aquavikes kicked off the week with an intense meet against Gahanna Lincoln High School. The

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Girls Swimming Defeats Rivals Bexley and Granville

Florence Lin’23, Mary Kate Prall’22, Claire Richardson’23. (Julia DeVore’22/Staff) The Columbus Academy girls swimming team kicked off the week with a 103-56 victory over Bexley on Friday, January 8, before tying Granville 84-84 on Saturday, January 9.  The girls started off the Bexley meet with a bang, as Rene Fleege’24 and juniors Alexandra Butnariu, Lauren

Arepazo is locally famous for its traditional fried plantains. (Wikimedia Commons)
A&E

Arepazo: “The Taste of Latin America”

Arepazo is a family-owned restaurant whose name stems from the Venezuelan cornmeal dish, the arepa. With locations in Gahanna and the Brewery District Neighborhood, Arepazo boasts authentic cuisine that merges Latin American culture with fine dining.  Arepazo features classic Latin American appetizers, including papa criolla ($6), Venezuelan tequeños ($6), and Venezuelan empanaditas ($12) with shredded