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February 16, 2019

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CA Bowling Impresses in Busy Week

Will Matthews’19.(Kayla Podgurski ‘19/Media) Both Academy bowling squads secured a victory in their games this week. The girls’ game on Monday, February 4, ended with a loss to Teays Valley, 1783 to 1485. Captain Katie Wunsch’19 had a stellar game, putting up 137 and 128. Gigi Bates’20 also had a solid performance, with 125 and

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Boys Basketball Clinches MSL Title

Senior Hayden Compton fires from distance. (Inji Kang’19/Media editor) The CA boys basketball team clinched at least a share of its first league title since 2012 after victories over Bishop Ready and Grandview Heights. With revenge on their minds, the Vikings hosted Bishop Ready on Tuesday, February 5, the squad that sent Academy packing in

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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

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Girls Basketball Splits Matchups

Aniah Crockett’21 in defense against the Unicorns.(Kayla Podgurski’19/Media) Coming off of two wins, the girls basketball team expanded its winning streak with a victory at CSG. On Tuesday, February 5, CA traveled to CSG to take on the Unicorns. The girls jumped out to a hot start, moving the ball unselfishly, with 6 players contributing

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Girls Dominate Swimming Sectionals

Lauren Klinefelter’22 swimming butterfly in the 200 IM.(Ella Morris’22/Staff) This week was the biggest so far for the girls. The Aqua Vikes prepared for this by tapering all this week, preparing their muscles to go all out on Saturday, February 9, at Sectionals. Over 17 teams competed, including Columbus Beechcroft, Columbus Bishop Hartley, and Columbus

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Vikes Break Losing Streak as Regular Season Comes to a Close

Allen Koganov’22 maneuvers the ice after gathering a deflection. (Jenny L’Hommedieu’19/Media) The Vikes aimed to break their three-game losses with a JV game against Westerville on Friday, February 1. The game began with three unanswered goals from Westerville to start the first period, with senior David Li pulling one back for Academy.  Senior David Li scored in

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Wrestling Falls in Regionals

The Columbus Academy suffered a disappointing loss on Saturday, February 2 in the regional team tournament. Seeded eleventh going into the tournament, the Vikes were the underdogs against sixth-seeded West Muskingum. The Vikings and the Tornados did not match up well in weight classes, as all but 4 matches led to forfeits. Due to this,

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