QUINCY -- The first goal didn't change what Quincy University men's soccer coach Mike Carpenter wanted. Everything that led to the second goal was much more to his liking. Displeased with the effort and organization of his team during the first 20...
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- The Hannibal-LaGrange men's soccer team attempted only two shots on goal during a 2-0 non-conference loss to Mount Mercy Saturday at Plaster Athletic Complex. Mount Mercy scored its first goal late in the first half and extended its l
ALTON, Ill. -- Quincy High School boys soccer coach Ron Bridal worried ever so slightly about his team's conditioning when senior forward Jaeden Smith questioned whether they had run enough in the preseason. All worries were put to rest Saturday. Quincy br
ROCHESTER, Ill. -- It's unlikely many people will enjoy the Labor Day holiday break more than the members of the Quincy Notre Dame boys soccer team. The Raiders have played seven games in the past nine days, finishing a grueling start to their schedule wit
QUINCY -- Ridge Reyneke scored twice to help the John Wood Community College men's soccer team stay unbeaten after three games with a 5-1 victory over Southeastern Community College on Friday afternoon at Flinn Stadium. Giovanny Garcia, Blake Herman and Le
BOLIVAR, Mo. -- Quincy University women's soccer coach Marc Hager said he had an ongoing conversation with midfielder Baylee Smith about her corner kicks throughout Thursday's season opener against Southwest Baptist. "She was having trouble finding...
By THE HERALD-WHIG STAFF Mitchell Murphy had a hat trick as the Quincy Notre Dame boys soccer team thrashed Canton 14-0 Thursday at Advance Physical Therapy Field. Murphy netted his hat trick in the first 28 minutes. Quincy High School 173, Galesburg 204:
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Quincy University men's soccer players learned the hype surrounding Northeastern State is deserved. The RiverHawks, ranked 17th in the United Soccer Coaches preseason poll, showcased their athleticism and pace in a 3-1 victory...
QUINCY -- Peyton Stegeman was really ticked off for about 10 seconds. The senior midfielder thought he had scored the go-ahead goal for the Quincy Notre Dame boys soccer team with about 12 1/2 minutes gone in the second half.
QUINCY -- There was a harsh reality the Quincy University men's soccer players had to accept when the Great Lakes Valley Conference preseason coaches poll was released and the Hawks were picked ninth. "Fair enough," junior midfielder Cooper Reis said.