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Jr High Boys Basketball Tryouts

Tryouts for 7th and 8th grade boys basketball will begin on Tuesday, October 22, 2019. The 7th graders will practice from 3-5 in the Jr High gym and 8th graders will practice from 5-7 in the Jr High. Tryouts will run Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. All athletes must have a physical on file in the athletic office

Cadillac Beats Alpena while Raising Money for Breast Cancer Awareness

The varsity volleyball team swept Alpena on Wednesday while playing in front of a sea of pink. The Vikings hosted their annual Dig Pink event – raising money for breast cancer awareness. The win keeps the Vikings atop the Big North Conference standings at 8-0. Renee Brines led Cadillac with 22 assists, 13 digs, five kills and

Jr High Football Splits with Kingsley in Season Finale

The Cadillac Jr High football teams wrapped up their seasons on Wednesday against Kingsley. The 7th grade team came out victorious 40-0 to finish the season with a 5-1 record. Eli Main returned the opening kick-off 75 yards to open the scoring for the Vikings. AJ Hicks, Gavin Goetz and Connor Cochrane all had TD

Soccer Bows Out in District Semi-Finals

The Cadillac boys soccer team wrapped up their season on Tuesday with a loss to Gaylord in the District semi-finals. The Blue Devils topped the Vikings 2-1 on Cadillac’s home turf. Both teams went into halftime scoreless. Gaylord got on the board first, eight minutes into the second half. They added a second goal nine

Cross Country Finishes 3rd, 6th at BNC Finals

Cadillac’s cross country teams competed at the Big North Conference finals on Tuesday at the Gaylord Country Club. The girls’ finished third while boys placed sixth. Petoskey’s girls won the title with 29 points, Traverse City Central placed second with 32 while Cadillac scored 77, Traverse City West fourth at 93, Alpena fifth at 164

Golf Wraps Up Season at BNC Finals

They’ve now got one season under their belt — and overall it was a successful first year for the girls golf program. The Vikings placed sixth at the Big North Conference on Monday at the Traverse City Golf and Country Club. Harbor Springs and Traverse City both shot a 358 but Harbor Springs won on the tiebreaker,

Dig Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Game

Join us on Wednesday, October 16th for our annual Dig Pink volleyball game! The Cadillac Vikings will be playing the Alpena Wildcats. T-shirts for the event can be purchased in the athletic office during school hours.  They are $10 each — you also get into the game for free if you wear your shirt on

Swim Hosts First Home Meet

The Cadillac girls swim team hosted their first-ever home meet on Thursday. They faced off with Manistee in a dual – the Chips came out on top 89-65. Sophomore Karis Bachman led Cadillac with a first place finish in both the 200m freestyle and 100m freestyle. Freshman Brianna Leesch won the 200 butterfly while freshman Stella Balcom

Boys Tennis Finishes Sixth at Regionals

The boys tennis team wrapped up their season on Wednesday at East Grand Rapids, host of the Division 3 Regionals. The Viking scored three points while East Grand Rapids won the event with 32 points. #3 singles freshman Henry Schmittdiel scored a point after knocking out the 2 seed from Coopersville, 6-4, 6-1;  #3 singles freshman Davin

Soccer Beats BC Western, Advance to District Semis

They didn’t have the best results during the regular season but none of that matters now. All teams enter districts 0-0 – the Vikings are now 1-0. Cadillac scored a 2-1 win over Bay City Western on Thursday allowing the Vikings to advance to the district semi-finals next Tuesday. Western scored their only goal of