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Girls Volleyball Vikes Go 2-1 

The Vikings started off slowly in their first set against Delaware Christian on Monday, September 12, dropping it 12-25. The team displayed its perseverance and productive teamwork in the next set, bringing the score up to 21-25. But it was not enough. Academy  lost its final set at 18-25.  The girls traveled to KIPP Columbus

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Field Hockey’s Senior Night 

Lauren G. (Courtesy/Ralph S. Following its Worthington games, the field hockey team celebrated its seniors on Tuesday, September 13. After four long of play, Mara D., Lia H., Ava H., Megan K., Maren L., Adeti M., and Tori R. were  honored at their home game against the CSG Unicorns, whom our girls crushed in a

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Girls Soccer Loses at Fairbanks, Wins At Home

Clair C. and Jasmine E. contend in a scrimmage. (Tiko B.) The girls soccer team had a see-saw of  a week, starting with a loss to Fairbanks 5-1 on Monday, September 12. The girls made a comeback at home, beating Whitehall 9-1 on Wednesday, September 14, with goals scored by Jasmine E., Lily L.,  Carolina M.,

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Boys Soccer Collects Two More Wins 

(Courtesy/Ralph Schudel) The boys soccer team played  three games in the last seven days, earning two victories to add to their record. On September 12, the Vikes defeated Columbus West on the  Carlin turf fields. Senior Gabe E.  put in one while junior Gabe A. scored twice, bringing the final score to 3-2.  Two days

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Girls Varsity Tennis Upsets Coffman and Magnificat

(Courtesy/Yasemin B.) The girls varsity tennis team won four matches this week on th e road, showing its strength and teamwork by beating Coffman High School on Tuesday, September 13, and Magnificat High School on Saturday, September 17.  Before facing CA, Coffman was an undefeated Division 1 team that  ranked second in the state. The

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Girls Golf

(Courtesy/Cindy Wilson) Our varsity girls golf team defeated Buckeye Valley with 151 strokes on Monday, September 12, at the Oak Haven Golf Course. Angela H. led the match with a new PR of 33, followed by Grace L. and Eva B. (38), and Eliza F. (42). The girls  won their next match against Bexley on

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Football: Loss Drops Vikings 1-3

(Courtesy/ Andrew B.) When Academy’s football team faced Bishop Ready on Friday, September 16, the Vikings came out slowly, surrendering a 21-0 lead in the first quarter. After this rough start, they sustained a good drive using 3 Jake C.’s first-down runs before Jack Y. threw a beautiful pass to Tommy J. for a touchdown.

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Boys XC Places 2nd at Home

Takeoff. (Courtesy/XC Parents)  Academy’s  cross country team faced Bishop Ready, Buckeye Valley, Wellington, and Worthington Christian on September 17 at home bright and early for the first Viking Invitational. Academy’s highest finisher,  Dane C., placed 4th with at 17:38:68, just behind Wellington’s lead runner by 19 seconds. Co-captain Jonathon H. ran a 19:01.89, in 16th

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Girls X-C Ties in 1st Place with Bexley

Hosting its Invitational, the girls cross-country team tied with CSG for first place for the day on Saturday, September 18th. Leading the team, Melanie Q.  finished 2nd at 20:30. Close behind, Clara S. finished 5th at 20:41. Samantha F. claimed 10th, with 22:25, and Claire R. came in 11th at 22:30. Elle V. placed  24th

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Girls Lacrosse Nets Two Wins in Pre-Post Season 

(Vaanika J/Media) Girls lacrosse had another strong week defeating the Columbus School for Girls on Tuesday, May 3, with a 21-9 win. The team kept its momentum on Thursday, May 5, beating Pickerington Central 12-11 in overtime. Academy gained a 3-point lead by the end of the first half before Pickerington cameout blazing in the