The Quincy High School girls tennis team defeated Springfield 5-4 on Monday at Washington Park in Springfield. QHS won two out of three doubles matches. The No. 1 team of Isabella Trinh and Olivia Clayton set the tone in an 8-6 victory over Maya Hoffman
The Quincy United States Bowling Congress Association is having its annual Hall of Fame Induction at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in the lower level of the Tangerine Bowl, 36th and Maine. Inductees are Ed Daniel and Rick McGlaughlin for outstanding bowling, and Nancy Gower, Bill Jarrett Sr. and Ann McDonald for meritorious service.
Anyone curious how the relaunch of the John Wood Community College men's soccer program is going needs only to look at Blake Herman's beard. The fuller and thicker it gets, the better the story becomes.
QUINCY -- Joe B. Miller found patience to be his best friend Sunday night at Quincy Raceways. Miller waited for the proper moment to make his move. When he did, he wound up $1,500 richer. Miller zipped past rival Paul Nienhiser in the closing stages of the
Cassidy Foley scored the only goal of the match during the 29th minute as the Quincy University women's soccer team recorded its first Great Lakes Valley Conference victory of the season with a 1-0 decision over Missouri S&T Sunday at Legends Stadium in Q
Cooper Reis and Aubrey Reis combined to score four goals to lead the Quincy University men's soccer team to a 5-1 Great Lakes Valley Conference victory over Missouri S&T Sunday afternoon at Legends Stadium in Quincy. It's the first GLVC victory of the sea
QUINCY Jordan Frericks is getting used to the cuisine and learning the language. She's growing accustomed to the physical play, and she's getting used to not being near family for the first time in her life. But as she adjusts to her new life as professio
Ryan Hellenthal hopes Pepsi Arena provides a true home court advantage this season. The Quincy University men's basketball team will play nine consecutive home games, beginning Nov. 20 against Missouri Western and ending with a Dec. 30 game against St. Lo
QUINCY Jason Peck didn't know what to do. "It took me a minute to realize what happened," he said. Ben Van Ness, one of his playing partners knew just how rare of a shot Peck had hit. "(Peck) was in shock, but I went nuts," he said. "It was incredible."
MACOMB, Ill. -- Quincy Notre Dame finished second in the Macomb Invitational at Gold Hills Golf Club on Saturday. The Raiders shot a 387 and finished 30 strokes behind Macomb. West Hancock finished fourth with a 483. Pittsfield finished fifth with a 486.