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Girls Track Dominates at Home, Falls in Division I Meet

The Columbus Academy girls track team had a dominant performance on their April 27 the Senior Night. Olivia Archibald, Hannah Clay, Regan Cornelius, and Olivia Pierre-Louis were recognized for their dedication to the track program. This was far from the only thing to celebrate about this meet, however.  The Vikes took on London and Delaware


Boys Track Dominates on Senior Night, Places Last in Division I Meet

Academy had its Senior Night against Delaware Christian and London on Tuesday, April 27. With four years of hard work, Vaughn Armour, Manny Eribo, Jake Huddleston, Sam Huyghe, Luke Nester, Skyler Simpson, Gabe Taub, and Vinny White were honored. Huyghe, Zech Kim’23, and Jack DeLuca’24 sprinted to second, third, and fifth place finishes, respectively, in

Brady Hess'21. (Josh Tu'21)

Baseball: One Win, Three Losses

Academy opened up its week by hosting Marion-Hardin on Monday, April 26. The game was a fight from the start, prompting extra innings as the 7th ended in a tie. Academy triumphed 7-6 with a walk-off in the 9th.   The next two matches proved more difficult, as Academy fell to Buckeye Valley twice, first

Charlotte Adams’21. (Russ Gifford/Courtesy)

Girls LAX Posts Two Wins

After a postponed game against Wellington on Tuesday, April 20, the girls varsity lacrosse team hosted Buckeye Valley for Senior Night on Thursday, April 22. The Our Vikes dominated, crushing the Barons 18-3 after the team held its Senior Nightto honor Anjali Rangi, Sarah Klingerman, Ashley Reynolds, Charlotte Adams, and Suzy L’Hommedieu. On Saturday, April

(Josh Tu'21)

Baseball Shows Out

Academy baseball went 3-1 last weekwith some decisive wins.  The Vikings started out the week on Monday, April 19th, beating Madison Christian 19-0 at home. Then, the team traveled to Johnstown on Tuesday, April 20th, and Whitehall on Friday, April 23rd, securing 6-4 and 28-0 wins, withsSenior pitcher Jake Podgurski throwing a no-hitter against Whitehall.


Boys Tennis Gains a 5-1 Week

Boys tennios kicked off last week with a match against St. Charles on Monday, April 19. Arie Tuckerman’21 fell 0-6, 1-6 to his first singles opponent, but Jack Madison’21 brought it back with a dominant 6-3, 6-3 win. Ryan Panley’22 followed with a 6-0, 6-0 victory in third singles, before juniors Jake Stouffer and Jaswanth

Olivia Pierre-Louis'21 clears the bar. (Courtesy/Cindy Wilson)

Girls Track 3rd at Bloom Carroll

The girls track team competetd on April 23 against Amanda-Clearcreek, Bloom Carroll, East Columbus, Fairfield Christian, Fairfield Union, Franklin Heights, Highland, Madison Christian, Utica, Watkins Memorial, and Worthington Christian. Our girls placed 3rd with 86 points, behind Fairfield Union (121) and Bloom Carroll (114).  Noteworthy were senior Hannah Clay’s 2nd placein the 100 meter dash