BIRCH RUN — Cadillac put collectively a powerful day on the pitch to say the Birch Run “Panther Pit” Soccer Traditional Saturday.

The Vikings beat Alpena 2-0 within the opener earlier than tying the host Panthers 2-2. They clinched the title with a 5-0 win over Birmingham Groves within the third recreation.

“It was a enjoyable day,” Cadillac coach Pleasure Weitzel mentioned. “We improved because the day went on and actually labored collectively to get each objective.

“I am actually pleased with how the ladies performed right now. They fought for one another and performed as a crew from closing down defensively and discovering open runners within the assault. Every crew we performed challenged us and we overcame every problem as one unit.”

Chesni Birgy opened the scoring in opposition to Alpena off an help from Abby Kovacevich earlier than Lydia Schamanek scored 10 minutes later within the first half off an help from Lauren Mist.

Kovacevich scored within the twenty seventh minute in opposition to Birch Run off an help from Birgy to tie the sport at 1-1 earlier than Schamanek scored within the forty ninth minute off an help from Mist to place Cadillac up 2-1.

The Panthers tied it within the 53rd minute on a penalty kick.

Schamanek opened the scoring in opposition to Groves within the fifteenth minute off an help from Kovacevich earlier than Kovacevich scored off an help from Lindsay Meier within the twenty seventh minute.

Meier socred off an help from Kovacevich within the fortieth minute to make it 3-0 earlier than Kovacevich bought one other objective within the fiftieth minute off an help from Mist.

Mist completed the scoring within the 54th minute off an help from Madi Drabik.

Molly Anderson was in objective for all three video games.

Cadillac (6-1-2 general) hosts Traverse Metropolis Central on Tuesday.

 

GIRLS TENNIS

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LUDINGTON — Cadillac dropped a 5-3 resolution to Ludington in a non-league twin match.

“We matched up very well with Ludington,” Cadillac coach Erin Schaefer mentioned. “The women performed some nice tennis and proceed to enhance each time they compete.”

Macy Brown received 6-2, 7-5 at No. 2 singles after the Vikings voided at No. 1.

Zoey Feister misplaced 7-6(3), 6-3 at No. 3 whereas Jaylynn Hamilton received 6-4, 6-3 at No. 4.

Ella Darrow and Emily Sims misplaced 7-6(2), 6-3 at No. 1 doubles whereas Adri Beydoun and Madi Dickerson misplaced 4-6, 6-1, 6-4 at No. 2.

Ellery Schaefer and Haylee Groen received 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 at No. 3 whereas Haylee Butkovich and Frannie Kiomento misplaced 6-4, 6-4 at No. 4.

Cadillac hosts Mount Nice right now.