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Former QU cornerback moves to top German franchise

Time to clean out the notebook before fall sports fill up everything ... Adehkeem Brown landed in a good spot. The former Quincy University all-conference cornerback recently signed to play professionally with the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns...

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Serendipity strikes for Weston Reyburn
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Serendipity strikes for Weston Reyburn

At the finish of his family vacation to the West Coast, the first thing Weston Reyburn should have done was buy a lottery ticket. Too bad he's only 12 years old. Had he been of legal age to gamble, might have been in for a big payday. His luck...

Guthrie earns fully exempt Korn Ferry status
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Guthrie earns fully exempt Korn Ferry status

Luke Guthrie can play with a little less stress the next three weeks. By finishing the Korn Ferry Tour regular season ranked 66th in the points standings, the Quincy native will have fully exempt status in 2020, which guarantees him starts...

Douglas' best option and only option is to own mistake
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Douglas' best option and only option is to own mistake

Andy Douglas owned it. He will tell you he had no other options, but the reality is he did. The Quincy High School boys basketball coach could have gone to court, entered a not guilty plea on the charge of driving under the influence...

What makes Friday nights so special? Answers are abundant
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What makes Friday nights so special? Answers are abundant

The countdown has officially begun. Twenty-one quiet evenings must pass until Friday Night Lights returns. Football is drawing ever closer as high school teams in Illinois and Missouri enjoy two more days of vacation -- or 48 hours of final prep work...

Haxel showcases late grandmother's love for life and family
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Haxel showcases late grandmother's love for life and family

As Blaise Haxel's putt slowly crept toward the cup, a hushed anticipation swept through the gallery behind the 15th green. When the ball disappeared, dropping to the bottom of the hole for a birdie to give him a fighter's chance, he was wrapped...

Time for city golf tourney to become city-wide affair
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Time for city golf tourney to become city-wide affair

Westview Golf Course becomes the epi-center of the city golf scene this weekend with the men's and women's championships taking place Saturday and Sunday. It's a longstanding tradition to have the annual championships decided...

Pingatore, Illinois' winningest boys basketball coach, passes away at 83
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Pingatore, Illinois' winningest boys basketball coach, passes away at 83

It seems somewhat fitting for the winningest boys basketball coach in Illinois High School Association to have a winning record against one of the nation's winningest programs. Gene Pingatore is alone in that regard. Illinois' other great coaches...

Conversations with 4-year-old are victories all their own
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Conversations with 4-year-old are victories all their own

The buttons on the back of the camera piqued Sam Schnack's interest. "Can I touch this one?" the 4-year-old asked with his little index finger pointing at the bottom of four buttons. Sorry, kid, pushing that one would delete something or possibly...

Knights' move to cause ripple effect in GLVC
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Knights' move to cause ripple effect in GLVC

Bellarmine University's whispered-about-for-months plan to transition to an NCAA Division I athletic program went public this week. The Knights are leaving the Great Lakes Valley Conference after the 2019-20 school year to join the Atlantic Sun Conference