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Wildcats miss game-tying field goal in final seconds

OSKALOOSA, Iowa -- Culver-Stockton College kicker Ben Workman missed a 37-yard field goal with eight seconds remaining in regulation as the Wildcats fell 24-21 to William Penn in the Heart of America Athletic Conference North Division opener for both teams

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Unbeaten Chargers hoping to create own memories
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Unbeaten Chargers hoping to create own memories

CARTHAGE, Ill. -- The memories of watching the Illini West football team win a Class 3A state championship in 2008 and 2010 are vivid for members of the current team. "I went to the 2008 and the 2010 games with my dad," quarterback Carter Boyer said. "I w

No. 20-ranked Indianapolis overpowers QU in second half
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No. 20-ranked Indianapolis overpowers QU in second half

QUINCY -- Quincy University football coach Gary Bass hoped that an effective running game would keep the clock running on Saturday afternoon. He was right, except it was Indianapolis which had the dominant running game. The Greyhounds, ranked No. 20 in NC

Beyond the Boxscore: Third-quarter fumble blown dead by officials
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Beyond the Boxscore: Third-quarter fumble blown dead by officials

Was it a fumble or not? One of the critical plays in Friday night's Western Big Six Conference football game between Moline and Quincy took place late in the third quarter. The Blue Devils were leading 21-14, but Moline had moved the ball from ...

Title Leaves Town: Moline defense puts shackles on high-scoring Blue Devils
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Title Leaves Town: Moline defense puts shackles on high-scoring Blue Devils

For all of the pregame attention given to the high-scoring offenses for the Moline and Quincy High School football teams, it was a brilliant defensive effort by the Maroons in the second half that determined who would leave Flinn Stadium on Friday night with the Western Big Six Conference championship.

Raiders turn turnovers into points in victory at Charleston
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Raiders turn turnovers into points in victory at Charleston

CHARLESTON, Ill. -- The Quincy Notre Dame football team's youthful secondary was put to the test Friday night by Charleston quarterback Dalton Haworth. The Raiders passed with high marks. QND intercepted four passes and put away a 29-7 victory by scoring 2

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Game preview: Indianapolis at Quincy University

Indianapolis at QU When: 5 p.m. Saturday Where: QU Stadium Records: Indianapolis -- 4-1 (3-0 Great Lakes Valley Conference). QU -- 2-4 (1-1 GLVC). Radio: WGEM 105.1 FM Extra points: After winning on the road for the first time in two years last week...

Monroe City avoids letting up, routs Clark County
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Monroe City avoids letting up, routs Clark County

MONROE CITY, Mo. -- A 30-point lead for the Monroe City football team midway though the second quarter had been trimmed to 16 points by halftime. It stared to feel like last week when Monroe City had a large first-half lead, only to see Jefferson City Heli

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Missouri roundup: Macon rallies late to foul Palmyra's title shot

Chrisjen Riekeberg caught a 46-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter as the Macon football team rallied for a 12-7 victory over Palmyra in a pivotal Clarence Cannon Conference game Friday night in Palmyra, Mo. The Panthers (6-2, 4-2 CCC) trailed 6-0 b

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Illinois roundup: Duesterhaus powers Mustangs to victory

Benet Duesterhaus caught two touchdown passes from Austin Cornwell, rushed for a score and kicked a field goal to lead the Unity-Payson to a 31-20 victory over Hardin Calhoun on Friday night in Hardin, Ill. The Mustangs (2-6) trailed 14-3 in the second qu