Beyond the Scorecard: McCulla's time on range pays off
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Beyond the Scorecard: McCulla's time on range pays off

Alex McCulla's last six tournaments have yielded some impressive results. The way he rebounded from the one hiccup is equally impressive. The Quincy Notre Dame sophomore golfer is collectively 15-under par in that span, having won individual medalist...

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Hawks show strong attack while posting clean sheet in exhibition
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Hawks show strong attack while posting clean sheet in exhibition

QUINCY -- Although the Quincy University men's soccer team came up empty offensively in the first five minutes of Thursday night's exhibition game against Culver-Stockton College, the ferocity with how the Hawks attacked was encouraging. The letdown...

Return of Pulliam, Severino highlights Hawks' exhibition victory
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Return of Pulliam, Severino highlights Hawks' exhibition victory

QUINCY -- Marc Hager gave Abby Pulliam and Alex Severino a couple of minutes to size up the action. Then he made their return complete. The first-year Quincy University women's soccer coach used Pulliam, a senior forward, and Severino, a junior midfielder.

Last chance for St. Clair, Pirates to go out with bang
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Last chance for St. Clair, Pirates to go out with bang

HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Mark St. Clair is cognizant of each moment as it comes. When the Hannibal football team opened practice Aug. 6, it was the last first practice of the season in a career spanning 32 years, now 22 as the head coach of the Pirates.

WGEM changing prep football radio broadcast schedule
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WGEM changing prep football radio broadcast schedule

WGEM is altering its prep football play-by-play schedule to reach a broader audience this fall. Beginning Aug. 24 with Quincy Notre Dame's trip to Lexington, Mo., for Jack Cornell's debut as the Raiders' head coach, WGEM will provide coverage...

Handling of duck blind decision makes DNR look bad
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Handling of duck blind decision makes DNR look bad

Contrary to what many outdoorsmen believe, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources staff members do listen to what the constituents have to say. They just tend to ignore what they hear. At least that's the impression a decision impacting...

Blue Devils' Harmann gets chance to run his own program
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Blue Devils' Harmann gets chance to run his own program

No one is going to suggest Chris Harmann was the most prolific 3-point shooter on the Quincy High School boys basketball team his senior season. He was the only perfect one. Harmann went 6 for 6 from 3-point range during the 2002-03 season...

Who makes list of WB6's all-time best?
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Who makes list of WB6's all-time best?

The suggestion popped up on Twitter and immediately got my gears turning. Vernon Hammond, a Western Big Six Conference aficionado with ties to both Rock Island and Quincy, sent a message to myself and three members...

A dog, a ball and a playful attitude adds up to a good day
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A dog, a ball and a playful attitude adds up to a good day

The grass crunched under each step, dried out by the hot, humid weather and the lack of rain. It hadn't been mowed in weeks. It didn't need it either. The fact the grass felt brittle and had turned brown from dormancy didn't matter to Buster.

Butler chasing dream of playing professional basketball
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Butler chasing dream of playing professional basketball

Counting the number of NCAA Division III basketball players to have played in the NBA can be done on one hand. Jack Sikma. Devean George. Vern Mikkelsen. There's the list. At least those are the ones you might now.