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Vikes Go 0-3 in Tough Week 

On Saturday, January 11, the Columbus Academy boy’s basketball team traveled to Buckeye Valley for the teams first matchup against the league newcomer.  CA came out strong in the first half, holding the Barons to 13 in the first quarter. The Vikes continued their strong defense throughout the rest of the half and got the

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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,

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Girls Basketball Goes 1-1 on the Week

The Columbus Academy girls basketball team split two league games this week, picking up a big blowout win over Wellington, 55-7. On Tuesday, January 14, the girls played a rivalry game against a tough Bexley squad. Trailing 7-2 early in the first quarter, junior Kayla McClendon knocked down a corner three to cut the Lions

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Girls Swimming Stuns Competition 

Sophomore Nicole Young. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) Kicking off the week, the Vikes faced off against St. Charles and Olentangy Liberty on Friday, January 17, at home.  Sophomores Lauren Klinefelter and Mary Kate Prall raced their way to first in the 200 yard freestyle and 200 yard IM, respectively. Meanwhile, senior captain Annalise Grammel dusted her competition

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Mixed Results for Boys Swimming

Charlie Belford’22 sprints to beat competition. (Julia DeVore’22/Media) After a first-place victory the previous week, the Columbus Academy boys swim team looked to continue its momentum with the Northeast Classic on Saturday, January 11, a home meet on Friday, January 17 and an away meet at the St. Charles Natatorium on Saturday, January 18. The

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Bowling Wins Off Forfeit

Our senior bowlers (Courtesy/Tara Hoffman’22).  On Monday, January 13, at HP Lanes, the striking Vikings picked up their easiest victory of the season. Columbus West, the planned opponents, forfeited so both the boys and girls teams got the rare opportunity to focus solely on Senior Night and played an inter-squad match instead. Seniors Gigi Bates, Michael Hoffman,

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Boys Swimming Storms the Shore

Rowan Hennessy’21 in the 100 backstroke.  (Julia DeVore’22/Media) After two dominant meets the previous week, the AquaVikes brought home another victory on Thursday, January 9, with a first place ranking over rivals Bishop Hartley and Wellington at the Madison Christian Natatorium.  The 200-yard relay kicked off with James Cao’20, Cyrus Hannallah’22, Gavin Lewis’23, and Ezra

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CA Impresses in Recent Home Meet

Julia DeVore sprints the butterfly  during the 200 IM. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) The Vikes capped off the first week back at school in a home meet on Thursday, January 9, and Friday, January 10, besting The Wellington School and Columbus Bishop Hartley with a team score of 214. Mary Kate Prall’22 defeated her competition in both

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Basketball Rebounds with Close Win

Tanner Compton ’22 sets up a play. (Sarah Neltner ’20/Media) In a season plagued by injuries for the Columbus Academy boys basketball team, the Vikings find themselves 5-4 one week into the new year after starting the season 0-2.  The boys suffered a close 53-55 loss at Wellington on Tuesday, December 10, to start the season

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Striking Vikings Resume Season With Packed Week

(Wikimedia Commons)  The Vikes quickly returned to business after Winter Break with three matches last week. The first was a rivalry, as Academy suited up to take on the Bexley Lions at HP Lanes on Monday, January 6. The Vikings took home the victory for both boys and girls in this one. Our boys won