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Viking Hockey Falls to TC West in BNC Matchup

Traverse City West jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead and the Vikings were never able to recover. The Titans topped Cadillac 7-3 on Wednesday at The Wex. TC West doubled up their score in the second period before Jack Schmittdiel put one on the board for the Vikings to make it 6-1. Fisher Moore and

Vikings Top Manistee in Coaches vs Cancer Doubleheader

If you walked into the Performance Gym Tuesday night, you saw a flood of purple — from Cadillac’s jerseys, to the fans, and student section — those in attendance were there to support an important cause: the fight against cancer. It was Cadillac’s second time hosting a Coaches vs Cancer game. The girls’ team played

Viking Ski to Third and Fifth Place Finishes at Nubs Nob

With Regionals just a week away, the Cadillac ski teams are working on fine-tuning their skills on the hill. Cadillac’s girls team placed third at the Big North Conference meet on Monday while the boys placed fifth.   For the girls, TC Central won the event with 40 point while the Vikings scored 97. Emilee Houk placed

Girls Basketball Tops TC Central

The varsity girls basketball team is now starting their second round of BNC games — on Thursday they faced TC Central for the second time this year. It resulted in another victory for the Vikings. The 54-33 win puts Cadillac at 6-0 in the conference. The Trojans stayed close in the first quarter as Cadillac

Hockey Mercies Tawas in Non-Conference Game

The Cadillac hockey team put together a strong showing on Wednesday night to mercy the Tawas Braves 10-2. Fisher Moore started off the scoring for Cadillac in the first period, assisted by Ian Lilly who then turned around and scored one of his own off assists from Moore and Bryan Farley. Moore then added his

Cadillac Boys Basketball Crushes Coyotes

Coming off their first loss of the year — the varsity boys basketball team took it to Reed City on Wednesday, beating the Coyotes 76-34. The Vikings are now 9-1 overall and ranked 10th in the Michigan Associated Press poll for Division 2 boys basketball. 11 of Cadillac’s 13 players scored with Levi Klotz leading