List of 20 news stories.

  • eSports Teams are Live Streaming

    Join our AOA eSports Team Phoenix as they compete this season with other high schools across the nation in the High School eSports League (HSEL). 

    Beginning May 1st, we are now able to live stream two of our teams games every week on Twitch so you can all follow along with them and cheer them on from home.  They will be competing every week during the times listed here.  You can follow the links below during their game times to follow along and even send them words of encouragement in the live game chat as they play, but remember to please keep it appropriate. 
     
    We look forward to you joining our competitions for the rest of the season and we will hopefully add more of our teams in the future.   GO TEAM PHOENIX!
     
    Overwatch (6v6 best of 5 matches)-
     
    Mondays @5pm
     
    Overwatch is a team-based multiplayer first-person shooter in which two teams of six go head to head. Each player selects a “hero” from a roster of over 30 characters, each of which has unique skill sets and abilities that fit within a general team role: tank, damage, or support.  Players work together to secure and defend control points on a map or escort a payload across the map in a limited amount of time.

    Fortnite  (1v1, the player with most eliminations during a Duo match wins) -
     
    Fridays @5pm
     
    Fortnite Battle Royale is a competitive shooter between 100 players as they air-drop out of a moving “battle bus,” then fight to survive as the play area slowly shrinks, forcing people into combat. Players need to find all of their weapons and equipment on the map, since they don’t land with anything other than a pickaxe.
    Players aim to harvest building materials from trees, cars and other free-standing objects in order to make their own walls, ramps and platforms, earning a competitive advantage over their competitors.


    Madden 20
     
    Sundays @ 4pm 
    1 v 1, Best of 1 game, 5 min quarters
     
    Madden 20 is an American Football simulation game which strives to realistically depict the National Football League (NFL). The player plays NFL games with real-life or customized players and teams; games follow the rules and objectives of NFL games. In competitive mode, players face off 1v1, each controlling their whole team. They use each unique player’s abilities to garner the best chance of success.
     
     
     
     
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  • Jensen Sminchak & Danil Petrov: Co-Athletes of the Week

    Jensen Sminchak and Danil Petrov are your Student Athletes of the Week! Jensen advanced to the 3rd round of the OHSAA Girls Tennis district singles tournament last week after defeating 2 quality opponents, while Danil has led the MS Soccer team in scoring this fall on their way to a 2nd place finish in the league!
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  • Alaiyah Fields & Jackson Sharpless: Co-Athletes of the Week

    Alaiyah Fields and Jackson Sharpless are your Co-Athletes of the Week for the week of September 23-28. Alaiyah is being recognized for being the team leader in multiple categories for Varsity Volleyball as the team gears up for sectionals!⁣ Jackson is a force on the Flag Football team who specializes in pressuring the quarterback!
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  • Aubrey Harris-Welchans: Athlete of the Week

    Aubrey is this week's Student Athlete of the Week. She finished 4th place overall in the girls XC race at Cardinal-Middlefield last weekend!
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  • Andro Filipovic: Athlete of the Week

    Student-Athlete of the Week for September 9-14 is Varsity Soccer player, Andro Filipovic ('21)!⁣

    Through September 14, Andro led the varsity boys soccer team with his scoring and is currently 8th on the scoring list with 10 goals and 3 assists.
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  • Maela Mazzone & Sarah Strauss: Co-Athletes of the Week

    Maela Mazzone and Sarah Strauss have been leaders for the Middle School Tennis team this year, earning Athlete of the Week honors for the week of September 2-7. Keep up the great work!
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  • Tai Roberts: Athlete of the Week

    Tai Roberts is your Athlete of the Week for the the week of August 26. Tai was nominated by Coach Hall, after dropping her personal best by over two minutes from last season. She's off to a great start this fall!
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  • AOA Girls Basketball Impressive in Melanie Williams Tournament

    Girls Varsity Basketball opened the season with the Melanie Williams Tournament and finished with a 2-1 record, advancing to the championship game before falling to Eastlake North. In the first game they won impressively, beating Cleveland Central Catholic 43-30. In the semi-finals they defeated a tough John Hay team 51-47. In the championship game they came up short to a very good Eastlake North team by the score of 62-44. Overall it was a great start to the season for the girls and something they can build on. Nika Humeniuk was named to the all-tournament team.
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  • Signing Day for AOA Athletes!!

    The national signing period has opened for student-athletes all around the nation to commit themselves to the colleges who have offered them scholarship opportunities for 2019-20. We are so proud of AOA's very own Lauren Carnahan '19 and Nika Humeniuk '19 for signing their letters of intent this week. Lauren has accepted an equestrian scholarship offer at Baylor University and Nika has accepted a basketball scholarship at Ursuline College. Both have worked tirelessly as student-athletes during their tenure at AOA. We are so very proud of them and can't wait to see what they accomplish during their college careers!
     
     
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  • Athlete of the Week, Sept. 21, 2018

    Congratulations to Alaiyah Fields '20, our AOA athlete of the week for September 21st, 2018. As varsity volleyball captain, Alaiyah leads the team in serving %, missing only 1 of 150 attempts, leads the team in assists, and is also one of the team's leading attackers. 
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  • OHSAA playoff fever is coming!

    It's almost October and that means OHSAA playoffs are right around the corner. As first year full-members of the state athletic association, AOA will compete in all state playoff events. We are excited for the opportunity this provides our student-athletes and will be there to support them all the way.
    OHSAA Girl's Div. II Sectional Golf Tournament
    Date: Monday Sept. 24th
    Location: Punderson State Golf Course
    AOA Participants: Jelena Lainovic '19
    OHSAA Boy's Div. III Sectional Golf Tournament
    Date: Wednesday Sept. 26th
    Location: Pine Hills Golf Course
    AOA Participants: James Hu '19 & Nikola Petrovic '20
    OHSAA Girl's Div. II Tennis Tournament
    Date: October 3-4
    Location: Hawken School
    AOA Participants: Varsity Tennis Team
    OHSAA Boy's Div. III Soccer Sectional 1st Round Game
    Date: TBA
    Location: TBA
    AOA Participants: Varsity Soccer Team
    OHSAA Girl's Div. IV Volleyball Sectional 1st Round Game
    Date: TBA
    Location: TBA
    AOA Participants: Varsity Volleyball Team
    OHSAA Boy's/Girl's XC Sectional Race
    Date: Saturday October 20th
    Location: Medina, Ohio
    AOA Participants: Varsity XC Teams


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  • Athlete of the Week, Sept. 14th, 2018

    Congratulations to Danilo Vlaisavljevic '20, our AOA athlete of the week for September 14th, 2018. Last week Danilo scored six goals in two seperate AOA wins for the varsity soccer team. He has been the offensive catalyst for the team during their sizzling 6-0 start to the season!
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  • Soccer in great early season form!

    The varsity soccer team is off to a tremendous start to the season.  Undefeated at 5-0 through the early part of the schedule, the team has completely dominated its opponents.  Despite observing the rules of good sportsmanship and often limiting scoring during the second half, the Phoenix have a goal differential of +23, with 24 goals for and only 1 against.  
     
    Coach Ahrens will continue to keep the squad sharp as it enters a more competitive portion of the schedule.
     
     
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  • Athlete of the Week, Sept. 7th, 2018

    Congrats to AOA athlete of the week Sara Kralj '19.  On Thursday afternoon Sara won her 1st singles match in three sets to secure the girl's tennis team's 3-2 victory over Lake Catholic.  Entering the third set, Sara knew the team result rested in her hands as the two schools were deadlocked 2-2.  She won the third set decisively, playing extremely well under pressure.  The girls team is now 1-0 heading into their match vs. Harvey High School this afternoon.
     
     
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  • Cross-Country Lend's a Helping Hand

    At AOA teaching our students about community is very important.  On Thursday, Sept. 6th our varsity and middle school cross country teams, led by Coach Lariccia and Hall, spent some time immersed in a community service project that they won't soon forget. The team made 'Blessing Bags' for 'Little Annie's Hope Train', a non-proft that focuses on helping the hungry and homeless. Blessing bags are gallon-sized Ziploc bags that contain a variety of items, such as toiletries, food items, and other essentials. By working together, the team made over 100 bags to help the cause.  The bags will be distributed to homeless camps, hunger centers, and soup kitchens at local churches. 
     
    For anyone interested in finding out more information about this great cause, please search on Facebook or Instgram for Little Annie's Hope Train. 
     
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  • Athlete of The Week - Aug. 31, 2018

    Congratulations to AOA athlete of the week Darcie Gleason '22.  Darcie competed in last weekend's Berkshire Early Bird Invitational, finishing 1st place in the girl's open race with a time of 22:44.  
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  • NCSAA Championship Tourney Results

    The boys varsity basketball team won the Division 2 championship with a 52-46 win over New Faith Christian Academy from Georgia. The girls varsity basketball team was runner-up in the Division 1 bracket, falling just short, 40-35 in the final against Fairfax Home School. Darina Dyazhuk and Jake Ohana won the 3 point contest in their respecive genders while Andrea Miguel won the girls Point Guard Challenge. Both teams finish the season as LEC Champions (1st ever for the girls, 6 straight for the boys). The girls finish with an 18-4 overall record and the boys 15-7. Congratulations to all players and coaches on excellent seasons!
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  • LEC Basketball Champions!

    AOA girls and boys basketball earned the 2018 Lake Effect Conference championships by defeating St. Martin de Porres in both games. Gabby Culotta, Natalie Thoss, Andrea Miguel and Veronika Humenuik led the girls to their big win, their first conference title in school history. Richie Thompson's 5 points in the final 3 minutes of the game pushed the boys to their 6th straight championship. Congratulations to both teams!
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  • MS Girls Basketball With Big Win Over Gilmour!

    The MS Girls Basketball team secured a big conference win over rival Gilmour Academy, 40-30. After falling short against Gilmour in last year's conference championship game, the Lady Phoenix are looking to bring home the 2018 title!
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  • Fall Sports Teams Dominate Lake Effect Conference

    AOA volleyball, soccer and golf teams played key roles in dominating the conference! Click below for full story.
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