The Quincy High School volleyball team couldn't pull away from Rock Island in a close second set. That meant the Blue Devils are looking up in the Western Big Six Conference standings.
Morris Henderson did what the Quincy University football team has not been able to do. That's run roughshod over an opponent. The Lincoln University senior tailback scored a Great Lakes Valley Conference single-game record six rushing touchdowns, leading the Blue Tigers to their first GLVC victory with a 42-13 drubbing of the Hawks at Dwight T. Reed Stadium.
Avila built a 14-0 lead less than five minutes into the game en route to a 54-41 Heart of America Athletic Conference victory over Culver-Stockton College on Saturday. More>>
The Southeastern volleyball team ended a successful run through the New Berlin Pretzel Classic with a 25-10, 25-15 victory over the host school in the championship match Saturday night in New Berlin, Ill.
The Canton softball team had one thing on its mind Saturday in the championship game of the Paris Tournament. Revenge. "Losing to them in the championship game of the Knox County Tournament, we wanted some revenge," Canton coach Logan Stapp said. Canton got its revenge, beating South Shelby 9-1 in the Paris Tournament championship game.
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HANNIBAL, Mo. -- With Wyatt King sitting out due to an injury, Hannibal Pirate running backs Jerry McBride and Shamar Griffith had to shoulder the running load. It proved to be a flashback for the duo. "While me and... More>>
The Quincy Notre Dame offensive line got some extra help in practice leading to Friday's game against Illini West. Former QND lineman Jack Cornell joined the team as an offensive line coach and pushed the... More>>
PEORIA, Ill. -- Give the Quincy High School football team enough time and eventually the Blue Devils will wear you down. It happened Friday night at Peoria Stadium.
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