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Tough Week for Girls Volleyball

Ellie Vasilkov prepares to bump the ball.  /Courtesy Mr.Ahern) This week was not one to remember for the CA girls volleyball team. The young squad went 0-4, including a heartbreaking 5th set loss against Tree of Life Christian. CA’s first match was on Monday, September 21, against Centerburg at home. Our girls came out strong,

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Girls Tennis Defeats Upper Arlington and Worthington Christian

Senior Lauren Motta claims a victory in doubles match. (Emily Motta’23) Our girls tennis team picked up two big victories against Upper Arlington and Worthington Christian, setting 11-1 record. The Vikings competed at Upper Arlington on Monday, September 21 and defeated the Golden Bears with a 4-1 victory. Sydni Ratliff’21 kicked off the match with

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Girls Golf Places First in MSL Post-Season Tournament

Eva Baker’23 takes a swing (Courtesy/Maggie Fretag). Our girls golf team took first place finish at the MSL Post-Season Tournament at Westchester Golf Course on Tuesday, September 22. Taking on four other talented squads, Academy won with a team score of 345, beating 2nd place CSG  by 13 strokes. Grace Luo’23 led with 81. Eliza

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Boys Golf Secures 5th Consecutive MSL State Title

Stephen Ma ‘23 watches his drive. (Courtesy/Craig Yakscoe)   The boys golf team has been busy, starting on Tuesday, September 22, when it secured a win against New Albany 159-180.    On Wednesday September 23, the boys won their 5th consecutive MSL title with a score of 315. Junior Aditya Reddy won MSL’s Player of the

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Vikings Rout Liberty Union 41 – 15 to Claim MSL Title

Drake Bellisari’23 breaks free of tacklers for a first down. Sophomore Gyvnn Mendenhall topples Lion’s running back for a huge stop. Mendenhall celebrates after toppling Liberty Union’s running back. (Josh Tu’21/Media) Our Academy football team ended the #1 ranked Liberty Union Lions’ undefeated season in convincing fashion on Friday, September 25, winning the MSL title in

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Field Hockey Posts Big Win

Charlotte Adams’21 presses on a restart. Avery Mitchell’22 stares down the opposition. Regan Cornelius’21 dribbles the ball into the circle  Zoey Black’21 splits two defenders. (Courtesy/BJ Ranji)   Coming off a strong 8-1 start to the season, the field hockey team hosted its undefeated archrivals, Thomas Worthington, on Carlin Field on Tuesday, September 22.  Our

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Girls XC Places 8th at Tiger Invitational

Lead runners Regan Cornelius, SamanthaFrickel, and Caitlynn Hinds persevere to the finish line. (Courtesy/Carey Yi) Our girls cross country placed 8th out of 10 teams at Pickerington Central’s Tiger Invitational on Saturday, September 26. Senior Regan Cornelius took 3rd place at 20:33. Sophomore Samantha Frickel, Caitlynn Hinds’24, and Julia DeVore’22 clocked in at 23:31, 24:33, and

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Boys Cross Country Nabs Sixth-Place

Senior Luke Nester sprints to the finish. (Julia DeVore’22/News) On Saturday, September 26, the boys cross country team took sixth out of 12 teams in a Divison I meet at the 25th Annual Tiger Cross Country Invitational at Pickerington Central.  In the boys’ biggest meet of the season so far, Luke Nester’21 sprinted to second