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Wrestling Plagued With Injuries

Our wrestling team has been fighting injuries all season, unable to field a full team in its first few meets. This resulted in losses on December 10 against Olentangy and North Union and another loss against Gahanna, Walnut Ridge, and Big Walnut on December 19. The team is more optimistic about its performance against Cardington

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Boys Basketball Prevails in Nailbiter

Tanner Compton’22 drives to the net (Courtesy of John Hulkenberg, 270 Hoops). Like all other sports, the boys basketball team has had to make adjustments in order to have a season. So far the team has not confronted any quarantine road blocks, punching in a total of 7 games thus far.  On Saturday, January 10,

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CA Girls Basketball Returns: Season Update

Design by Andrew Barren’22. Academy’s girls basketball team started practices on November 30 and had its first game on December 18, striving for a strong start–after falling in last year’s playoffs.  The girls defeated the Grandview Heights Bobcats 36-30 at home on Tuesday, January 5. On Friday, January 8, the Vikings had a harsh game on enemy

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Cornelius Stuns at States

Having met the 28th place regional cutoff, senior Regan Cornelius individually advanced to states on Saturday, November 7 at Fortress Obetz. With splits of 88th in 6:09 and 81st in 12:46 at the first and second mile, Cornelius finished in 20:24, placing 77th out of 177 Division 2 runners and rounding out the girls cross

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Girls Soccer Advances to Final Four

(Courtesy/Lorn Spolter)   Continuing the Vikings outstanding run, our girls made the trek out to Berlin Hiland for the regional semi-finals on Tuesday, November 3. CA stayed tough, but so did the Hawks, with both teams having opportunities but neither able to capitalize.   The score remained 0-0 throughout the 90 minutes of regulation and the

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Boys Soccer Defeated in Overtime in Regional Semi-Final

xx (Josh Tu’21/Staff) The CA boys soccer team left the Hondros pitch on Wednesday, November 4, disheartened after surrendering a set-piece header at the 10-mark of the first overtime against Botkins. The Vikings dominated all aspects of the game, with multiple shots careening off the opponents’ goal posts, and it seemed certain CA could sneak

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Strong Finish For X-CBoys at States

Seniors Jake Huddleston and Luke Nester (Julia DeVore/Staff)   Seniors Luke Nester and Jake Huddleston competed against the top Division 2 runners in Ohio at the Fortress Obetz states on Saturday, November 7    Nester nabbed 16th place and an All-State medal and podium spot, finishing in 16:13.0. Huddleston clockied at 17:41.6, securing 107th out of

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Field Hockey Falls in State Semifinal

The squad mourns its loss. (Ethan Weiser’22/Staff) On Thursday, November 5, the field hockey squad traveled to Thomas Worthington High to take on the Eagles, the only team to defeat the Vikes this season.  With huge crowds coming out and on top of the pressure of a knockout match, both the Eagles and Vikes were

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Two Seniors Qualify for States

Seniors Luke Nester an Jake Huddleston qualify for states. (Julia DeVore’22/News) On Saturday, October 31, seniors Luke Nester and Jake Huddleston competed at Pickerington North for regionals, where the top 28 individuals and 7 teams qualified for states. Nester clocked in at 16:55.9 for 14th place, and Huddleston placed after 25th with a time of

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Girls Soccer Claims District Championship 

(Courtesy/Lorn Spolter) After a 1-0 upset against number-three ranked CSG, our girls were ready to make a run for the State Championship.    CA faced off against number-two seeded Wellington on Tuesday, October 27, in the District Semifinals. The Vikes came out on fire, with senior Katie Schiano lasering in a ball early in the