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Events Happening This Week

We are still experiencing problems with the schedules on our website, here is a list of sporting events for the week while we continue to work on the web issue. Monday 9/17: -7th & 8th grade volleyball @ Gaylord 4:00PM Tuesday 9/18: -JV/Varsity boys tennis vs TC West 4:00PM -H.S. XC @ TC West 4:00PM -JV/Varsity boys

Tennis Ties Alpena

It’s a work in progress but the varsity tennis team has taken great strides this season. The team made the long trek to Alpena on Thursday where they finished in a 4-4 tie with the Wildcats. #1 Singles – Jack Schmittdiel lost 6-2, 6-1 #2 Singles – Fisher Moore lost 6-4, 6-3 #3 Singles – Cole

Soccer Ends in 1-1 Tie

The varsity boys soccer team faced off with Alpena on Thursday night – ending in a one all tie. The game remained scoreless at halftime before Cadillac’s Jacob Cochrane scored six minutes into the second half. That lead didn’t last long as Alpena put one in the back of the net just four minutes later

Jr High Cross Country Hosts Invite

The Junior High Cross Country team hosted a six team invite on Wednesday. The girls team took third overall, while the boys finished fourth. Haley Miller took second overall for the girls, and Onalee Wallis medaled at 11th place. For the boys, Nolan Nixon earned a medal with a 13th place finish. The teams compete

Cadillac Blanks Gaylord in Jr High Football

Both the 7th and 8th grade football teams opened their season with shutout wins over Gaylord. The 7th grade team beat the Blue Devils 27-0 Wednesday evening. Leading the offensive attack was Mitchell House with 74 yards rushing. Gabe Cochrane had 55 yards and a touchdown.  Connor Gray had 42 yards and a TD, while Connor Vermuelen

Volleyball Wins a Nail-biter

The odds were against them heading into game three but they never stopped fighting. The varsity volleyball team lost the first two games of the night to Alpena 19-25, 23-25. From there, the Vikings had to fight for every point in game three but ultimately came out victorious 36-34. After that, the momentum turned toward

Viking Booster Bash

Our Viking Booster’s Club will be putting on their second annual Booster Bash at this Friday’s varsity football home opener. There will be a dunk tank featuring several principals, teachers, coaches — and our Superintendent Mrs. Jennifer Brown There will be t-shirts made on-site, as well as cotton candy, and a slushy machine. Kickoff is at 7:00 pm,

Cadillac Scores Big Conference Win

Tuesday’s win at Petoskey wasn’t just a normal conference win for the boys soccer team — it marks the first time the team has beaten the Northmen on the road in more than ten years. It only took one goal to seal the deal — Mike Mollohan put the ball in the back of the

Cross Country Competes at West Ottawa

The varsity cross country team traveled to Holland on Saturday for the West Ottawa Bredeweg Invitational. The girls’ team finished fifth with Susie Huckle leading the way with a fifth place finish in the time of 19:15. Kendall Schopieray took seventh, Gabi Metzger 28th, Chloie Musta 46th, and Erika Peterson 60th. On the boys’ side,

Volleyball Falls in Tournament Quarterfinals

The Cadillac volleyball team traveled to Battle Creek Lakeview for a weekend tournament. The Vikings started out strong beating Buchanan in two games, as well as Holt in two. Cadillac then lost to the Number 1 team in Division 3, Bronson, 25-19, 25-15.  Next, the team took on the number 5 team in Division 2