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Ice Hockey Takes Second at Strongsville Tournament

Sophomore Jake Carlin takes a shot at goal with only seconds remaining in regulation. (Henry Rubey’22/Staff) Following a strong win against rivals Gahanna Lincoln on Friday, January 10, Academy stacked up against non-league opponent Beavercreek at home on Saturday, January 11, dropping the close game 3-1. The next day, the Vikes took on Olentangy Berlin,


Ice Hockey Springs into Action

Sophomore Max Walker attacks goal with seconds left in the first quarter. (Henry Rubey’22/Media & Staff) The Academy Ice Hockey team kept busy over winter break, winning the home opener triumphantly over DeSales on Sunday, December 8, and narrowly losing to Springboro on Saturday, December 14, before tying in the team’s inaugural alumni game on


Ice Hockey Splits Results

Senior Philip Soderberg and sophomore Andrew Zaki. (Henry Rubey’22/Media) On Sunday, November 24, Academy traveled to Cincinnati to face off against Archbishop Moeller. The Crusaders are top-ranked in the division-ahead of the Vikes. Academy fought hard, but could not compete with the powerhouse, losing 6-0. After a week-long break, the Vikes retook the ice on


Ice Hockey Starts Regular-Season with Two Ties

Junior Campbell Gwin leaves a defender in the dust as he takes a shot at goal. (Henry Rubey’22/Media)   This week, coming off of unlucky successive pre-season losses, our girls and guys faced off against Dublin Coffman in the regular season opener.   On Friday, November 22, the squad traveled to Dublin to play the


Ice Hockey Suffers Successive Defeats in Pre-Season

Junior Campbell Gwin. (Henry Rubey’22/Media) Coming off of a defeat in the first pre-season scrimmage, the Academy Ice Hockey team, with the first girls to play on the team, Suzy L’Hommedieu’21 and Cassidy Jones’22,  looked to pick it up against Sycamore High School. On Friday, November 15, the squad traveled to Sports Plus to challenge


Field Hockey Defends State Title

Regan Cornelius’21 scores victory goal. (Courtesy/Mr. L”Hommedieu) On October 31, our girls traveled to Upper Arlington to play against Mount Notre Dame in the state semifinals in front of a massive student section which missed class to cheer on the team. Mount Notre Dame, a new opponent for the Vikes, proved to be an easy

Opinion & Editorial

European Soccer’s Millennials Battle Racism 

Raheem Sterling, a leader in European soccer’s anti-racism movement, plays in last year’s world cup semifinal. (Courtesy/Wikimedia Commons). In America, racism makes us think of tragedies, such as the story of Eric Garner and a century’s old struggle for equality. In Europe, racism also exists, with the same violence, police profiling, and discrimination of people


Field Hockey Advances to State Semifinals

Senior Kiersten Thomassey aims for a goal. (Ella Morris’22/Media) Following a 9-0 win against Olentangy Berlin last week, 1-seeded Columbus Academy faced off against 11-seeded Granville on Tuesday, October 22.   In the game against the Blue Aces, Coach Horton tried out a new formation and the team was slow to score in the beginning, but


Field Hockey Stomps at Postseason with a Bang

Sophomore Carolyn Vaziri maintains strong defense against Olentangy Berlin.  (Sari Shocket ’22/Media) On Tuesday, October 15, our girls faced off against Olentangy Berlin,  a second-year team seeded 18, at home in the first round of the state tournament. Following a game against Pioneer High School where the team conceded its first two goals of the


Field Hockey Closes Regular Season Undefeated

Annie Wimsatt’20 works against Michigan. (Sari Shocket ’22/Media) This week, the CA field hockey team played its final two games of the regular season. On Thursday, October 10, the Bexley Lions came to Carlin Fields to challenge our girls. With goals from Regan Cornelius’21 (3), Kiersten Thomassey’20 (1), Annie Wimsatt’20 (1), Sarah Klingerman’21 (1), Carolyn