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Update: Boys LAX

After a promising start to the season, our boys were ready to keep the ball rolling, starting off with a rivalry game away against Bexley on Tuesday, April 13. The Lions never had a chance, as junior Zach White led the Vikes in stats, with four goals and four assists. Fellow juniors Davey Agrawal and

Ninth-graders: Ella Lowrie and Eleanor Schroeder, plus senior Olivia Archibald take on the 100 meter hurdles. (Courtesy/ Cynthia Wilson)
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Girls Track and Field Crush the Week

The girls track and field team won its first meet at home and finished second against multiple Division 1 teams at Whitehall. The girls’ tally on their April 13 home meet was 118, with 8 for Gilead Christian,and 6 for Tree of Life Christian. Our girls fired off, sweeping the high jump with Allison Klinefelter’24

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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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Girls Track and Field Starts Strong

On April 10, the girls track team started its season off strong at Big Walnut High School’s Red Edwards Relays. This was the first meet of the year, and our Vikes’ first meet as a Division 2 team. The other participants were Big Walnut, Bishop Watterson, Centennial, Central Crossing, Grove City, Rutherford B. Hayes, Walnut

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Boys Track Off to a Solid Start

On Saturday, April 10, our boys track team traveled to Big Walnut High to run at the Red Edwards Relays against Big Walnut, Bishop Watterson, Centennial, Central Crossing, Grove City, Rutherford B. Hayes, Walnut Ridge, Westerville Central and Whitehall. For the relays, Jack DeLuca’24, Emmanuel Jenkins’23, Gabe Eribo’23, and Vaughn Armour’21 finished seventh in the

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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