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Football Parent/Player Meeting

Coach Mallory will be holding a Spring parent and player meeting this Wednesday, May 16, starting at 6pm in the Performance Gym. This meeting is for anybody interested in playing football next year – Jr. High and High School level. Coach Mallory will be discussing the following items: -Program Expectations -Participation Fees -Required Paperwork -Summer

Baseball/Softball Swept by Kalkaska

Cadillac had a tough match-up on the baseball and softball diamonds Thursday as they hosted Kalkaska. In baseball, Cadillac dropped the first game 5-2. Noah Bartlett took the loss on the mound. Vinny Jenema had two hits and Alex Netzley added one. Allan Scheurer pitched the second game. Netzley and Ryan Cox had two hits

Tennis takes Third in BNC Finals

The varsity tennis team put together a strong performance at home Thursday to claim third place in the Big North Conference finals. TC Central won the event, followed by Petoskey, Cadillac, TC West, and Alpena. Sarah Brackenrich went 1-2 on the day at No. 1 singles, while Alana Hill won 2 of her 3 matches at

Golf Team Finishes Second at Home Invite

The Cadillac golf team finally got to host their home invitation originally scheduled for last month. Nine other teams joined the Vikings at the Cadillac Country Club on Wednesday. The Vikings finished second behind Gaylord. Cooper Benson led the way for Cadillac with a 74, while Tyler Campbell shot 78, Aidan Raffaele 83, Justin LaMonde

Back to Back Wins for Tennis

The varsity girls tennis team hit the courts for the second day in a row and had similar results. The Vikings beat the Ludington Orioles 5-3 on Tuesday. Sarah Brackenrich won 6-4, 6-2 at No. 1 singles. Alana Hill dropped 6-4, 6-4 at No. 2, while Olivia Outman picked up a 6-2, 6-1 win at No.

Ecology Club/Athletes Clean Up Roads

A small group of Cadillac High School Ecology Club members spent the weekend cleaning up trash left along the roadside over the winter months. Juli-Ann Lang (tennis), Daniel Trautner (soccer), and Anesa Liptak (volleyball/tennis) picked up more than 60 gallons of trash and litter between US 131 and North Mitchell Street on Sunday. Wal-Mart, Tractor

Tennis Scores Big Against Mt. Pleasant

After a tough stretch of BNC matches, the Cadillac Vikings got some confidence back, beating the Mt. Pleasant Oilers 7-1 on Monday. Sarah Brackenrich won 6-0, 6-3 at No. 1 Singles, while Alana Hill dropped 7-6(7-1), 0-6, 6-4 at No. 2. Olivia Outman won 6-2, 6-4 and Oakley Mickelson beat her opponent 6-2, 6-0 at

Golf Team Finishes Third at Invite

They’ve played a lot of golf this week. The team was on the road again Thursday, traveling to West Branch Country Club. The Vikings finished third with a 338 – Gaylord won the invite with a score of 317. Cooper Benson led the Vikings with an 81, Tyler Campbell and Aidan Raffaele each shot 85. Justin

Soccer Falls to TC West

They fought hard the entire game but an untimely foul took away their momentum. The Cadillac varsity soccer team recorded their first loss of the season Thursday against TC West. Cadillac’s Emma Lloyd scored halfway through the first half, but the goal was called off due to a foul. The Titans then capitalized in the second