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Hockey Nets Win Against Mt Pleasant

The Cadillac hockey team scored a 3-1 win over Mt. Pleasant on Wednesday – the same opponent they will see in the opening round of pre-regionals in two weeks. Allen Scheurer put the Vikings on the board first scoring off of a Hayden Watkins assist. Alex Lietaert scored the second goal at the 13:49 mark with

Girls Basketball Sweeps TC Central

The cheers on the bench at the end of the game said it all. The Lady Vikings picked up their third win of the season — sweeping TC Central. The Vikings held just a one point lead after the first quarter but extended it to nine points at halftime. Cadillac went into the fourth quarter with a 33-26

2018 Hall of Fame Inductees

Aaron Hodges (Class of 2013) – Aaron lettered in track & field and soccer at Cadillac.  He was a star performer on Cadillac’s 2011, 2012 & 2013 track & field teams.  In 2011 & 2012 Aaron was a Big North Conference 2nd Team All-Conference performer and a 2012 pole vault state finalist.  In 2013, Aaron

Cadillac Basketball Teams Top Manistee

The Vikings took on the Manistee Chippewas in a non-conference match-up Tuesday night. The Chippewas kept it close early, but the Vikings proved to be too much for them in the end. After the first period, Manistee had a one point lead, but the Vikings closed out the half up eight, 28-20. Cadillac put on

Ski Team Qualifies for States

Both the boys’ and girls’ ski teams are headed to states after placing third in Regionals on Monday at Caberfae Peaks. The boys put together a solid performance finishing with 121 points, behind Benzie and East Grand Rapids. Junior Alex Netzley took first in both the Slalom and Giant Slalom. He is the defending state

Vikings Score Big Win Against TC Trojans

The stands were packed for Fan Appreciation night on Friday, and the Vikings put on quite a show for them. But it wasn’t exactly a pretty start for the Vikings. The team couldn’t buy a basket in the first quarter against TC Central but it’s the finish that counts. The Vikings trailed 10-3 after one, but a