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Tennis Regional Itinerary

Here are the schedule of events for Tennis Regionals on Friday, May 17, 2019: Spring Lake High School – 1 Singles, 1 Doubles and 3 Doubles (8:45 start time) Fruitport High School – 2 Singles, 3 Singles and 4 Singles (9:00 start time) Spring Lake Middle School – 2 Doubles and 4 Doubles (9:00 start time) All

Track Regional Itinerary

Here are the schedule of events for Track Regionals on Friday, May 17, 2019 at Chippewa Hills High School. Field Events: 12:00 p.m. Boys Pole Vault 1:00 p.m. All Other Field Events: Boys – Discus/Long Jump (Open Pit – Boys 1:00-2:00pm, Girls 1 hour following Boys finals) Girls – Shot Put/High Jump 2:30 p.m. (Approximate)

Boys Win Jr High Track, Girls Finish Third

The Cadillac Jr High track teams hosted Petoskey and TC East on Wednesday. The boys team finished first with 78 points while the girls’ team came in third with 53 points. For the boys, Nick Fuller took first in the 400m run while Paitin Meinhardt won the 1600m run. Derek Rood took first in both

Soccer Wins Big at Alpena

The Cadillac girls soccer team didn’t seem fazed by the three hour bus ride to Alpena on Tuesday. The Vikings picked up another conference win, beating the Wildcats 6-2. Karli Scott scored the first goal for Cadillac midway through the first half off an assist from Bella Smith. Scott scored three minutes later with an

Cadillac Softball Falls to Petoskey

The varsity softball team dropped two games to Petoskey in a BNC doubleheader on Tuesday. The Northmen won game one 10-0 and game two 8-7. Ashlyn Lundquist pitched the first game, allowing seven runs on seven hits while striking out three. She also led offensively with two hits while Maggie Staub and Autumn Fosmore each

Baseball Splits with Petoskey

The varsity baseball team put together a strong second game to top the Petoskey Northmen on Tuesday – picking up their first BNC win of the season. Cadillac fell 9-1 in the opener but rallied back for the 9-7 victory in game two. In the opener, Isaac Heyd led the way offensively with a hit

Boys and Girls Track Win Falcon Invitational

It was a day for the underclassmen to shine and both the boys’ and girls’ teams did just that. The Vikings took first on both sides of the Falcon 9th and 10th grade Invitational. For the boys, Ben Kohler won the 800m run and Logan Boolman took first in 110 hurdles. The 4×100 relay team

Kingsley Tops Vikings in Softball Doubleheader

The varsity softball team fell 3-1 and 15-5 to the Kingsley Stags on Monday in a non-conference match up. Ashlyn Lundquist pitched the first game for the Vikings, allowing three earned runs on six hits while striking out five. At the plate, Melodee Eastman, Autumn Fosmore and Paige Jenema each recorded one hit apiece while Shelby

Baseball Sweeps Kingsley

The two teams faced off over the weekend with Kingsley coming out victorious but the Cadillac varsity baseball team redeemed themselves on Monday. The Vikings swept the Stags 8-3 and 12-5. Braedan Lundquist got the win on the mound in the first game, allowing one earned run on seven hits while striking out five. Offensively, Lundquist

MHSAA Announces Tournament Changes for Soccer, Basketball and Football

EAST LANSING, Mich. – The addition of seeding at the District level in basketball and soccer and multiple adjustments to the process used to select the playoff field for 11-player football were among the most notable actions taken by the Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association during its annual Spring Meeting in Gaylord.