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Girls Basketball Games Tonight and Tomorrow CANCELLED

Due to the district-wide illness, the girl’s basketball game against TC Central has been cancelled tonight. In addition, the 7th and 8th grade girl’s basketball game tomorrow afternoon has also been cancelled. The make-up date for the 9th, JV, and Varsity girls basketball game will be on Wednesday, 2/14. No make-up date has been decided

Cadillac Hockey Falls 4-1 to TC West

With just three weeks left in the regular season, the Cadillac hockey team is working on building momentum for the postseason. While they dropped a 4-1 decision to the Titans at home, they played with a lot of energy Tuesday night. TC West scored two goals in the first period, and added another in the

Student-Athletes of the Month Announced

Cadillac High School is proud to announce that Emma Lloyd (Girls Skiing) and Kyle Vermilyea (Boys Bowling) have been selected as the Athletes of the Month for December. Emma Lloyd is a senior at CHS and is a member of the Varsity Girls Ski Team.  She has consistently been one of the top performers for the girl’s team all season. Her

Vikings Give Up Big Lead in Loss to Cardinals

A 22 point lead in the second half wasn’t enough for the Vikings. The Cadillac varsity boys basketball team dropped a 61-58 decision to Big Rapids on Tuesday. The Vikings controlled the majority of the game, but the Cardinals started hitting their shots and getting to the foul as they fought their way back into the

Cadillac Girls Lose to TC St. Francis

The Cadillac girls basketball team struggled to take care of the ball against TC St. Francis, Monday. The Gladiators scored 35 of their 55 points off of the Vikings 32 turnovers.  Cadillac lost 55-23. Hannah Emington led Cadillac with 12 points and Emmaline Rosenburg scored five. Cadillac JV doubled up on the Gladiators, winning 48-24. Baily Little

Wild Winter Weather Creates Rough Conditions for BNC Ski Meet

January has been a roller-coaster of winter weather and it caused some icy conditions on the ski hill, Monday. The Cadillac ski team raced in their second BNC meet of the season at Schuss Mountain. The boys finished third behind Petoskey and Traverse City Central with 105 points. Alex Netzley scored another first place finish

Vikings Held Scoreless Against State Ranked Davison

The Cadillac hockey team hosted ninth ranked Davison Cardinals Saturday afternoon — and they proved to be a tough match-up. The Cardinals led 2-0 after the first period and never looked back. Davison put the puck in the back of the net three times in the second period, and three more times in the third, beating the