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Update: Girls Track Places 2nd at Regionals

Kiersten Thomassey’20 in the lead. (Staff photo) Girls track was second in the region as a team, and Annalise Grammel placed third in the 800. The top four in each event move on to states. Hannah Clay also placed third, while the 4-by-800 of Regan Cornelius, Grammel, Mary Kate Prall, and Maddie Tuckerman got second. 


College Counseling Team Receives 2019 Caravel Dedication

Darnell Heywood, Joan Young and Jen Fitzpatrick receive this year’s Caravel’s dedication. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) Delivered by Sidney Derzon, Marcus Grewal, Molly Milbourne, Aiyana Taylor, and Aden Weiser The following transcript is the Caravel co-editors’ tribute to the 2019 recipients of Academy’s yearbook dedication. Beginning with Aden Weiser, each co-editor commended the College Counseling team

Opinion & Editorial

Prom Mishaps: Blessing In Disguise

Academy Life staff members Aden Weiser and Grace Harrison prepare for a fun night at Prom. (Photo/Aden Weiser’19). Senior Aden Weiser, a 3-year staff writer, including the sports co-editor for The Academy Life, pays tribute to Prom 2019. Most of us can agree that this year’s prom did not go as planned. After we arrived


Baseball Goes 0-2 For The Week

Academy’s baseball squad has had a rough start to the season with a current record of 1-4. The Vikes suffered hard-fought defeats in both of their matches this past week. CA had its home opener against Pleasant on Thursday, April 11. The Vikings and Spartans duked it out, but the latter emerged victorious, and Academy


Baseball Starts Regular Season Running

Following last year’s district championship and regional finals appearance, Academy’s baseball squad is out for vengeance. Led by their senior captains Hayden Compton, Jordan Dearing-Hardiman, Nick Rothman, and Evan Scott, the team started preseason with its annual trip to Myrtle Beach over spring break, where they lost against Rootstown 7-0 before rebounding against Timothy Christian


Girls Swim Team Secures Second at Districts

Lauren Klinefelter swimming the 200 IM. (Andrew Barren’22/Media) The AquaVikes’ postseason continued this week, with Central Districts Championships being on Thursday, February 14. District championships were exciting, with all 28 teams in Academy’s district coming to compete. In the end of the meet, the Vikings placed second out of 30 teams with 300 points compared


Boys Swimming Wins District Title

Senior Jacob Beck swimming the 200 IM. (Andrew Barren’22/Media)  After a successful sectional meet, Academy’s AquaVikes looked to continue their momentum at districts on Thursday, February 14. Competing against 36 other teams, CA took first at the meet with 251 points overall, and all top-5 performances from the Vikes advanced to states. The 200 medley


Boys Swimming Storms Sectionals

Cyrus Hannallah swimming the 200 IM. (Andrew Barren’22/Media) Academy’s swimmers entered the road to states on Saturday, February 9, as they faced off against 17 other teams for the sectional title. Starting off the meet with a bang was the 200 medley relay, comprised of juniors James Cao and Mike DeAscentis and seniors Jack Campbell


Texting 911 in Franklin County: What to Know

With the ability to text 911, Franklin County residents can call upon emergency services in situations where they can’t talk. (Flickr). As of January 23, Franklin County residents have the ability to text 911 in the case of an emergency. The system has been in the works for years, and its implementation has massive implications


Boys Swimming Takes MSL Title

Jacob Eismann swimming free in the boys A relay. (Andrew Barren’22/Media) The CA AquaVikes had their last regular season meet on Tuesday, January 22. Academy hosted DeSales, Madison Christian, and Village Academy and placed first among all competitors. The boys started off with a bang as the Vikes’ 200 medley relay placed first, followed by