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Hockey Comes Up Short of Regional Title

The varsity hockey team bowed out of regionals with a loss to Mt. Pleasant on Wednesday. The Vikings controlled most of the game, out-shooting the Oilers 17-4 in the first period. Unfortunately, the Vikings couldn’t find the back of the net, losing 4-1. Mt. Pleasant led 2-0 after the first period before Cadillac’s Allan Scheurer

Vikings Finish Regular Season With a Win

In a year’s time they were able to flip their record around — from winning only 3 games to losing only 3 games. The varsity girls basketball team finished the regular season 17-3 with a win over TC St. Francis on Thursday. The Vikings struggled to score against the Gladiators but defense kept them in

Boys Basketball Plays for District Trophy

The varsity boys basketball team knocked off Benzie Central on Wednesday, 62-35, to advance to the championship game today. Aidan Raffaele led Cadillac with 14 points, Evan Borr scored 11, and Cale Mickelson added ten. The Vikings play tonight against host Ludington at 7:00. Tickets for the district game are $6.00. The winner will advance

Bowling Team Competes at States Today!

Our boys bowling team is headed back to the state finals for the second year in a row! The boys team, consisting of Tyler Campbell, Brandon Foster, Korbin Keller, Kyle Perry, Dylan Vermilyea, Kyle Vermilyea, and Brennen Dagner begin team competition this morning in Waterford. Brandon Foster, Kyle Vermilyea, Korbin Keller, and Tyler Campbell will compete in

Vikings Top Oilers in Home Finale

The varsity girls basketball team bounced back from a tough loss to McBain on Monday by beating Mt. Pleasant the next day. The Vikings topped the Oilers 45-38 on Tuesday – it marked the girls’ final home game of the regular season. Cadillac held a six point lead after the first quarter and was up

Vikings Start District Play with a Win

The last 20 games don’t mean anything at this point. It’s one and done from here on out and based on Monday’s performance, the varsity boys basketball team isn’t ready to hang up their jerseys just yet. The Vikings cruised to a 55-18 victory over Manistee at Ludington High School. Cadillac led 14-7 after the first quarter