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Wrestling Heads to Districts

Gyvnn M. (Henry R./Media) On February 26, the wrestling team competed in sectionals, with four of our wrestlers qualifying for districts on Friday, March 4 and Saturday, March 5 in Coshocton, fighting for a spot at states. Gyvnn M. won his third sectional title over four years. Tiko B. placed third, Parker K. and Levi

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Boys Swim Season Ends

(Julia DeV./Staff) On Wednesday, February 23, the Aquavikes traveled to Canton for states. The team finished 12th, with seven qualifiers: Alek B., Drake B., Luke B., William H., Gavin L., Andy L., and Cy R. On Thursday morning, February 24, the squad took off for the C.T. Branin Natatorium to swim in prelims.  The 200

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Boys Bowling Comes Up Short in Sectionals

(Courtesy Zecheriah K.) On Friday, February 18, the Columbus Academy boys varsity bowling team competed in OHSAA’s Division 2 sectionals at HP Lanes. Twenty-seven schools competed, with each competitor playing 3 regulation games and each team playing 6 baker teams.  Craig E. led with 479 in regulation, followed by Zecheriah K., Jacob M., and Ryan

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Strong 2-1 Week for Girls Basketball

Courtesy/Ralph Schudel) On Tuesday, February 8, the girls basketball team faced off against Centerburg and won 59-44. The leading scorers were Emily Rimer with 14 points and Sophie Spolter and Claire Cahall with 10 points each. Then on Thursday, February 10, the team got an impressive 55-41 win vs Licking Heights on Senior Night. Leading

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Ice Hockey Falls out of CBJ Cup

(Ella M./Media) On Wednesday, February 9, Academy hosted Springboro in the first round of the CBJ Cup, the postseason tournament for the Capital Hockey Conference. With goals from Max Walker (2, both assisted by AJ Bradley) and Bradley (assisted by Walker), the 15-seed Vikes triumphed over the 16-seed Panthers 3-2.  Then, on Friday, February 11,

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Boys Basketball Wins On Senior Night

(Courtesy/Ralph Schudel) On Tuesday, February 8, Academy won another away game against Fredericktown 54-47. T. Compton, T. Falkenhein, and K. Reeves led with 9, 10, and 14 points respectively.  The Vikings netted another win against Worthington Christian 61-43 on Friday, February 11. The game remained close in the first half, but Academy pulled out a

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Bowling Teams Place 4th and 5th at MSLs

(Photo Courtesy of Zecheriah K.) On Thursday, February 10th, at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl, both the Columbus Academy girls and boys varsity bowling teams competed in the Mid-State League tournament. The boys placed 4th out of 6 teams, scoring a combined total of 2633 points after 3 games, while the girls placed 5th out of

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Wrestling Wraps Up MSL’s

(Claudia K./Media) On February 9, the the wrestlingteam played in a match against Liberty Union and Marion Harding, placing second out of the three teams.  The team played in the MSL championship on February 11 at Buckeye Valley against Bexley, Buckeye Valley, and Whitehall and placed 3rd with Parker K and Gyvnn M going undefeated.

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Girls Swimming Prepares for Districts

(Julia DeVore/Staff) As the start of the championship season has just begun, the Aquavikes had sectionals on Saturday, February 12, at CSG. The team first in the 200 medley relay, thanks to Alexandra B., Lauren K., Mary Kate P., and Emma Y. Following a strong start from the relay, Lauren K. placed first in the

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Aquavikes Cruise at Sectionals

On Saturday, February 12, the boys swim team hosted sectionals, competing against 22 other teams along with 3 other sectional meets to secure 1 of 30 spots for districts.  The 200 medley relay secured gold. Later, the 200 and 400 free relays nabbed silver behind Granville. In the 200 free, Luke B. and Cy R.