Prep Girls Tennis

Rain forces tie between Palmyra, QND

PALMYRA, Mo. -- Quincy Notre Dame and Palmyra were tied at three before Monday's girls tennis match was stopped because of rain. Palmyra's Kendra Maples won her singles match 8-4, then teamed with Emmy Griesbaum to defeat Claire Moore and Emily Vonderheide

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Prep Girls Tennis

QND girls tennis ties for first in Alton Invitational

ALTON, Ill. -- The Quincy Notre Dame girls tennis team had a pair of first-place finishes from its doubles team, leading to a tie for first overall in the Alton Doubles Invitational on Saturday. QND and Alton both scored 36 points...

Prep Girls Tennis

QHS's Clayton win singles title at Ottawa Invitational

OTTAWA, Ill. -- Olivia Clayton cruised to the championship at No. 1 singles at the Ottawa Invitational, leading the Quincy High School girls tennis team to second place in the team standings. The Blue Devils finished with 31 points as Ottawa...

Men's College Tennis

Long-time Keokuk tennis coach added to QU staff

QUINCY Mark Marsot has been added to the coaching staff of the men's and women's tennis teams as a volunteer assistant. Marsot is a longtime physical education teacher and a certified tennis coach in Keokuk, Iowa. He spent 28 years as the tennis coach a

Sunday Conversation with Timmer Willing
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Sunday Conversation with Timmer Willing

It has been more than two decades since Timmer Willing used Quincy as his home address, yet this is still home. Now the head men's tennis coach at UC San Diego, an NCAA Division II school, the Quincy High School graduate relies on his Midwestern roots.

Prep Boys Tennis

Willing, Arns lose in doubles semifinals in Belleville

BELLEVILLE, Ill. -- Zach Willing and Greysen Arns lost in the semifinals of the boys 16 & under doubles division of the Lancer Open last weekend. The Quincy duo defeated Chandler Lindsey of Fairview Heights and Andrew Lonsdale of Swansea 8-0, and they also

Schnack in pursuit of elusive city tennis championship
Men's College Tennis

Schnack in pursuit of elusive city tennis championship

QUINCY -- Ryan Schnack is no stranger to the finals of the Quincy Tennis Association Open Singles Championship. "I've been playing for a long time," the 35-year-old Schnack said. "I've gotten to the final probably six or seven times now."

QU hires Schuering as tennis coach
Men's College Tennis

QU hires Schuering as tennis coach

??QUINCY -- Quincy University found someone with a deep tennis pedigree to guide its tennis programs this fall. Mark Schuering was hired to coach the QU men's and women's tennis coaches, replacing Brian Holzgrafe, who resigned after two seasons with the Ha