Feeling Blue: Quincy's offensive woes continue in WB6 play
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Feeling Blue: Quincy's offensive woes continue in WB6 play

QUINCY -- A trend has started to form through three Western Big Six Conference doubleheaders. The Quincy High School baseball team is struggling offensively. Quincy mustered just two hits off Galesburg as it was swept for a third straight weekend...

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King of Ks: Stroud dismantles Knights' lineup, strikes out 18 in Hawks' victory
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King of Ks: Stroud dismantles Knights' lineup, strikes out 18 in Hawks' victory

QUINCY -- Jacob Kalusniak is used to seeing Quincy University right-hander Nick Stroud crisp and efficient with his warm-up tosses, but Saturday everything seemed just a little different. "I could tell in the bullpen he was on," said Kalusniak...

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College baseball roundup: Strong start in nightcap earns Trail Blazers split

The John Wood Community College baseball team scored nine runs in the first two innings of the second game of Saturday's Mid-West Athletic Conference doubleheader to earn a 15-5 victory over Danville and salvage a split. The Jaguars won the first game...

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Prep baseball roundup: Raiders blown out, settle for twinbill split

The Quincy Notre Dame baseball team held on to win the opening game of Saturday's doubleheader against O'Fallon 7-6 before being shut out 10-0 in the nightcap in O'Fallon, Ill. It snapped the Raiders' nine-game winning streak. QND (15-3) scored...

Ready for rubber match: Hawks, Knights split GLVC doubleheader
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Ready for rubber match: Hawks, Knights split GLVC doubleheader

QUINCY -- It's rare for the Quincy University baseball team to find itself not in complete control. Yet, this might be a good thing. The Hawks head into Saturday's finale of a three-game Great Lakes Valley Conference set against Bellarmine needing...

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Indians outlast Tigers with late runs

CANTON, Mo. -- Kegan Birck's three-run home run helped the Canton baseball team take a lead in the bottom of the third inning. The Tigers, however, couldn't built on their lead or sustain the lead. Clark County answered by scoring four straight runs and he

College baseball roundup: Trail Blazers salvage doubleheader split
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College baseball roundup: Trail Blazers salvage doubleheader split

The John Wood Community College baseball team held off Danville to split an American MidWest Athletic Conference doubleheader, falling in the opener 14-3, but winning the nightcap 8-7 Friday afternoon in Quincy. JWCC's Lane Marlow had an RBI double, and J

Hawks lose Evans to broken wrist after collision with wall
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Hawks lose Evans to broken wrist after collision with wall

QUINCY -- Cole Evans won the battle with the wind. He lost the fight with the wall. In the top of the second inning in the second game of Saturday's Great Lakes Valley Conference doubleheader, Bellarmine's Trevor Lines led off by drawing an eight-pitch...

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Prep baseball roundup: Saukees' Shaw shuts down Warriors

The Pittsfield baseball team gifted Isaac Shaw a seven-run lead before he even threw his first pitch Friday afternoon. Shaw took advantage of it. The Saukees pitcher threw a complete game, allowing just one run off four hits while striking out seven in an

Power down: Hawks hope to limit Knights' ability to drive baseball
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Power down: Hawks hope to limit Knights' ability to drive baseball

The record may not fully reflect just how talented the Bellarmine baseball team is, but Quincy University coach Josh Rabe knows records can be misleading. "They are probably one of the more talented teams we will play this year," said Rabe...