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Boys Tennis Falls in District Finals

The boys’ tennis team traveled to East Grand Rapids on Wednesday to compete in Districts — a modified format due to COVID-19. The Vikings received a bye in the first round then faced Fruitport in the second round, they swept the Trojans 8-0. That win advanced them to the finals against East Grand Rapids. Cadillac was

New Athletic Event Attendance Guidelines

With the release of the new attendance guidance that became effective on Tuesday, October 6th, the following will be allowed here at CAPS for the remainder of the fall athletics season. Volleyball (All Levels) – 450 spectators  *This means that we will NOT be placing any attendance restrictions on the communities when attending our Volleyball

JV Cross Country Competes at Mancelona Invite

Cadillac’s JV Cross Country teams traveled to Mancelona on Tuesday — placed third (boys) and fifth (girls) overall. On the boys’ side, Traverse City St. Francis won the event with 26 points, Kalkaska came in second with 66 points and the Vikings scored 78 points for third place. Nolan Nixon led the way with a

JV Boys Tennis Finishes 2nd in BNC

The JV boys tennis team wrapped up their season at the Big North Conference finals in Traverse City on Tuesday. The Vikings finished second with ten points — TC Central won the event. #1 Singles – Drew Drabik lost to TC Central 6-1, 6-0; lost to Petoskey 6-1, 1-6, 10-4; and lost to Central again

Varsity Soccer Falls 1-0 to Alpena, JV Wins 1-0

The Alpena Wildcats put together a strong defensive effort on Tuesday to hold the Viking scoreless in the BNC match-up. Alpena scored the only goal of the game off a penalty kick in the second half. Elliot Lavigne made six saves in goal for the Vikings. Cadillac’s JV team won 1-0. Alex King scored for

Boys Tennis Places 4th at BNC Finals

The varsity boys’ tennis team rounded out the regular season at the Big North Conference Finals on Monday. Traverse City Central won the event with 20 points, Petoskey placed second with 15 points, TC West third with 8 points while Cadillac placed fourth with 5 points. Alpena did not compete in the tournament. #1 Singles – Fisher

Girls Golf Falls Short at Regionals, Places 7th Overall

Cold temperatures and high winds threw the varsity girls’ golf team off their game Monday at the Division 3 Regional. The Vikings placed 7th overall — falling short of advancing to the State Finals. The top three teams advance — that included Whitehall who won the event with a team score of 379, while Big

Varsity Football Falls to TC Central

For three quarters, Cadillac hung right there with a very tough Traverse City Central team, but the Trojans ran away with the win in the fourth. The varsity football team fell 41-17 Friday night. The Vikings put together some strong drives in the first half but two were stalled near the redzone — one from a

Freshman Football Tops Trojans

The Cadillac Freshmen football team overcame a slow start on Thursday to beat Traverse City Central 36-14 at Thirlby Field. The Vikings found themselves down 14-0 early on but was able to cut it to 14-12 at halftime. Cadillac went on to score another 24 points unanswered in the second half to secure the 36-14

Swim Hosts Ludington in Final Home Meet

The Cadillac swim team hosted Ludington on Thursday in the Vikings’ final home meet of the year. The Orioles came out on top 133-47. Brie Leesch was the lone Viking to earn a first place finish – winning the 100-yard butterfly in 1:10.05. She also placed third in the 100 breaststroke. Stella Balcom placed second in the