CADILLAC — Right down to the ultimate runs.

Cadillac wrapped up the Large North Convention portion of its ski season with the ultimate league meet Tuesday at Caberfae Peaks.

Traverse Metropolis Central took first within the ladies’ race with 53 factors whereas Petoskey was second at 67, the Vikings third at 88, Traverse Metropolis West fourth at 118 and Gaylord fifth at 152.

The Trojans secured the outright league title with the end whereas Cadillac took fourth within the ultimate standings.

“The circumstances had been wonderful for racing immediately,” Cadillac coach James Netzley mentioned. “The brand new snow we received prior to now week arrange good and the programs held up properly.

“The women’ staff had their greatest end of the yr, taking third immediately. That was nice to see because the staff put collectively six top-10 finishes within the two occasions. They blended in properly with two of the women’ groups within the state. I’m excited to see how we’ll stack up in opposition to the competitors on the D2 Finals on Monday.”

Avery Meyer paced Cadillac on the enormous slalom course, taking third in 59.44 seconds. Onalee Wallis was sixth in 1:00.33, Georgette Sake ninth at 1:00.53 and Mairyn Kinnie twenty fourth at 1:05.34.

Meyer took sixth in slalom in 48.61 seconds, Sake eighth at 48.87, Wallis ninth at 49.10 and Emily Mason twenty third at 58.78.

TC West received the boys’ race with 46 factors whereas Petoskey was second at 52, TC Central third at 99, Gaylord fourth at 114 and Cadillac fifth at 147.

West received the boys’ staff title whereas the Vikings took fifth.

On the slalom course, Elliot Lavigne took 14th at 47.48 seconds, Ben Meyer seventeenth at 47.66, Brady Koenig twentieth at 48.60 and Ethan Sharp twenty first at 49.34.

Koenig was sixteenth in GS whereas Lavigne took seventeenth at 1:00.70, Meyer twentieth at 1:00.93 and Chris Anderson twenty second at 1:01.24.

“Brady has progressed properly as a freshman this yr and had 4 stable runs immediately,” Netzley mentioned. “Elliot continues to ski constantly and has accomplished a pleasant job this yr as the primary seed in slalom main the staff in that occasion nearly each week.

“Ben has made a variety of progress in slalom the previous two weeks since soccer has ended and turned in his greatest efficiency of the yr in that occasion.”

Cadillac now will get set for its final meet, the Division 2 State Finals Monday at Boyne Highlands. Each groups are certified.

“We are going to spend the subsequent few days getting ready for the Finals making an attempt to enhance on each groups’ sixth-place finishes finally yr’s meet. I feel the race hills on the Highlands will cater to each groups’ strengths.”