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  • Scouting the State: Taylor, Crimsons knock off Lincoln in CS8 opener

    Scouting the State: Taylor, Crimsons knock off Lincoln in CS8 opener

    Tuesday, December 9 2014 11:46 AM EST2014-12-09 16:46:55 GMT
    Reporters covering the Central State Eight Conference suggested on social media the boys basketball title chase could be a wide open race.  Sean Taylor and the Jacksonville Crimsons blew it wide open last Saturday. Coaching in his first CS8 game in the spotlight of the Capital City Classic at the Prairie Capital Convention Center, the former Quincy High School coach guided the Crimsons to a 52-47 victory over defending CS8 co-champion Lincoln.
    Reporters covering the Central State Eight Conference suggested on social media the boys basketball title chase could be a wide open race.  Sean Taylor and the Jacksonville Crimsons blew it wide open last Saturday. Coaching in his first CS8 game in the spotlight of the Capital City Classic at the Prairie Capital Convention Center, the former Quincy High School coach guided the Crimsons to a 52-47 victory over defending CS8 co-champion Lincoln.
  • Scouting the State: Silver Streaks develop depth while winning tourney title

    Scouting the State: Silver Streaks develop depth while winning tourney title

    Tuesday, December 2 2014 3:03 PM EST2014-12-02 20:03:17 GMT
    Column-Matt-SchuckmanColumn-Matt-Schuckman
    Of all the things Galesburg boys basketball coach Mike Reynolds learned last week, his team's solid depth might top the list. The Silver Streaks went 5-0 to win the championship of their own Thanksgiving tournament...
    Of all the things Galesburg boys basketball coach Mike Reynolds learned last week, his team's solid depth might top the list. The Silver Streaks went 5-0 to win the championship of their own Thanksgiving tournament...
  • Schuckman: Hawks help Bell honor late father by being his support system

    Schuckman: Hawks help Bell honor late father by being his support system

    Friday, November 21 2014 12:52 PM EST2014-11-21 17:52:50 GMT
    QUINCY -- During a time of joy or one of sorrow, Marty Bell knows he can find peace in one place. A gym. Three days after learning of the passing of his 81-year-old father, John, Bell walked into Pepsi Arena Wednesday...
    QUINCY -- During a time of joy or one of sorrow, Marty Bell knows he can find peace in one place. A gym. Three days after learning of the passing of his 81-year-old father, John, Bell walked into Pepsi Arena Wednesday...
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