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Diving into Districts

Claire Richardson’23 preparing to do a flip-turn. (Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) On Wednesday, February 12, the Academy swim teams splashed into the district finals at McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion, with the women taking 3rd overall and the men finishing 6th. The senior-heavy group of Annalise Grammel ‘20, Lauren Klinefelter ’22, Taylor Warren ’20, and Abby Yakam ’20

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Ice Hockey Bested in Columbus Blue Jackets Cup

(Suzy L’Hommedieu’21. (Josh Tu’21/Staff) On Friday, February 14, our boys and girls played in their first round of the CBJ Cup tournament, the Capital Hockey Conference’s annual tournament to determine the winner of the conference. Playing at the Ice Haus, attached to Nationwide Arena, the 14 seeded Vikes took on 11 seeded Springboro. The game

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Girls Basketball Suffers Two Losses

Sophomore Claudia Warstler goes in for a lay-up. (Liesel Goldfarb’22/Media) On Tuesday, February 11, the girls basketball suffered a hard-fought loss against the Northridge Vikings, 57-50.  It was a game of runs, as CA jumped out to an early 9-1 lead behind the play of sophomore Sophie Spolter and junior Kayla McClendon. But Northridge fought

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Boys Basketball Goes 1-1

Sophmore Tanner Compton leaps for a layup during Tuesday’s home game.(Andrew Barren’22/Media editor) On Tuesday, February 11, Academy hosted Buckeye Valley, which is third-ranked in the MSL. Knowing it was in for a challenge, the team wanted to get off to a hot start, which it did by jumping out to an early 13-8 lead. The

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Bowling Wraps up Season as White advances

(Courtesy/Nikki Turley’21) The striking Vikings finished their season on February 14 at sectionals. The boys finished twenty-first, with Vincent White’21 advancing to districts by placing 35th. White had 146, 175 and 152. Donovan Simpson’20 was next, with 154 in the first two games and 113 the third. Jacob Mowery’23 closed his impressive season with 134,

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Bowling Endures Tough Week

(Courtesy/Nikki Turley’20) Due to a late cancellation by Columbus West, both the boys and girls only bowled in one match this week at HP Lanes on Tuesday, February 4, against Gahanna Lincoln. Lincoln posted the highest score this year against our male vikes with a 2,475 compared to our boys’ 1696. Lion star Nathan Minzler‘20

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Girls Swimming Ranks Second at Sectionals

Emma Yakam’22 finishes her freestyle. (Ella Morris’22/Media) On Saturday, February 8, our girls took on other top D2 teams at sectionals, looking to move on to districts after earning a stellar second place as a team. Sophomores Lauren Klinefelter, Mary Kate Prall, and Emma Yakam, along with senior Annalise Grammel, swam to a second place

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Boys Swimming Places Second at Sectionals

Cyrus Hannallah’22 starts off strong. (Ella Morris’22/Media) The CA boys swimming team kicked off the postseason by hosting the Division II Sectional meet on Saturday, February 8. The AquaVikes finished with a total of 157 points, securing a second-place finish.  The boys started off with a bang, as senior James Cao, sophomore Cyrus Hannallah, and

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Ice Hockey Takes First in its Division

Junior Max Crane positions to stop the fast break and keep the lead.(Henry Rubey’22/Media) On Friday, February 7, following a tough stretch of defeats amid a great season, Academy faced off against Bishop Watterson at home for the Capital Hockey Conference Blue Division title.  Watterson kicked off the scoring in the first five minutes in,

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Wrestling Sweeps Round Robin

Our wrestling team hosted Bloom Carroll, Briggs and Desales for a Super Tri Round Robin on Wednesday, February 5. The Vikes dominated the competition, outscoring them 69 to 30. The team traveled to a Regional Tournament on Saturday, February 8, but was knocked out by Mapleton 54 – 20. CA looks to take on New