CARTHAGE, Ill. -- Only five seconds remained in the game, and the Illini West boys basketball team trailed Monmouth-Roseville by two points, so it would make perfect sense to run a play for Jackson Porter, who is averaging more than 30 points per game this
Unity High School may be adding another school-sponsored sport. In a board meeting last week, a proposal introduced by Jim Fuhrman for the establishment of a trapshooting program was approved 5-0. The approval is contingent of obtaining a grant or private
CANTON, Mo. -- Before the recruiting process truly started in earnest, Lance Logsdon acquainted himself well with the Quincy University baseball program. That's easy to do when you and your dad take in games from behind home plate. "We've been there before
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Matt Stembridge had an idea in mind for the Hannibal Prospect League baseball team's new mascot. The franchise's general manager just couldn't find something unique. "We really wanted a creature from the beginning," Stembridge said. "We w
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Hannibal Prospect League team has a nickname picked. The franchise, however, isn't saying what the name is right away. The club wants the community to vote which name they think was chosen. The five names the franchise chose...
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Matt Stembridge, general manager of the new Hannibal Prospect League franchise, spoke about texting others on ideas for the new team. He texted with owner Rick DeStefane and Prospect League commissioner Dennis Bastien.
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Rick DeStefane was quick to make it known this Hannibal Prospect League franchise will be different than the Hannibal Cavemen. "I'd like to start out by saying I'm the sole owner now," said DeStefane, who had co-owned the Cavemen...
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Prospect League is coming back to America's Hometown. Rick DeStefane, owner of the Hannibal Cavemen, said Tuesday evening that Hannibal will play in the collegiate summer baseball league next summer.
Outfielder Greg Allen was called up to the Cleveland Indians on Sept. 1, becoming only the second Quincy Gems player to reach the big leagues since the team joined the Prospect League in 2009. Allen and Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop Adam Rosales are among the 10 Major League Baseball players who also once played for the Gems, a summer collegiate baseball team that has been in existence since 1996. So who are the next ex-Gems who might get the call?