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Boys Fall, Girls Win at Petoskey

Thanks to several game cancellations over the last few weeks, the boys and girls basketball teams got to cheer each other on at Petoskey High School on Thursday in a doubleheader. The girls played the early game, beating Petoskey 45-27. Cadillac jumped out to an early lead, holding the Northmen to just 5 points in

Girls Ski Qualifies for States, Netzley Takes First

The weather has cancelled more than half of their meets this winter but it finally cooperated just in time for regionals. The Cadillac ski teams traveled to Cannonsburg on Wednesday to compete in the Division 2 regional. The girls team put together a strong performance to claim third place – and qualify for states. Emilee

Hall of Fame/Fan Appreciation Night Update

Due to last week’s snow days, we have moved both the Hall of Fame induction and Fan Appreciation Night. Hall of Fame induction will take place on Friday, February 15th during halftime of the girls basketball game. We will be inducting John Simons – Basketball (Class of 2012), Jacob Mitchell – Ski (Class of 2012), Marissa Van

Basketball and Hockey Cancelled Today

All High School and Jr High basketball games are cancelled today. The hockey game at Mt. Pleasant is also cancelled. There are no make-up dates at this time. The Ski Team is currently racing at Cannonsburg for Regionals – Good luck, Vikings!

All Games are Cancelled Today

The boys basketball game at Mt. Pleasant has been cancelled today. The game is tentatively rescheduled for tomorrow (2/13) with the freshman starting at 4:00, JV at 5:30 and Varsity at 7:00. All games will be played at Mt. Pleasant High School. The girls’ Coaches vs. Cancer game against McBain is cancelled. We are working on

Girls Basketball Stays Perfect in Conference Play

The top two teams in the Big North Conference battled it out on Saturday – the Vikings came out victorious. The 57-54 win keeps them atop the standings and 6-0 in conference play. Traverse City West came into the game just one game behind Cadillac with a 4-1 BNC record. The Titans started out hot,